Yoyo Carlton! Did you mean looking at them in the, "Wow what a waste of both nupastel and my energy and brain power to look at this nupastel with my eyes and shit this guy needs to die in a fire" kinda way, or looking at them in the, "hey that's not bad!" kinda way? In case of the latter, thanks; in case of the former, it's not the nupastel that matters, it's the person who's eye the nupastel dust is in.
And, yes, Konstad has a variety of bras; jelly bras, lacy bras, bras that climb on rocks. He's actually about to start his own fashion line of women's undergarments, called Konstad's Secret. Promotional material will be strictly close-up shots of his face, giggling. It's the dimples.
Here's some of the better drawings from tonight's figure session; it's been a while since we've done gestures instead of long poses, was quite fun!
On the upper ones, I was trying to do my best to identify and distribute the weight of the figure naturally, which is what all the vertical lines and ellipse ripple things are; I was looking at the model and trying to find both the center of gravity and which parts of the body were bearing most of the weight. I think that's gonna be something I try and keep practicing in gesture drawings, cause as always my ultimate goal is to draw mostly from imagination and I think the posing is one of my weaker areas; just articulating anatomy and muscles is getting pretty easy, ultimately it's just match and figuring out where things are and how best to define them, but putting together a figure that feels solid and alive is another challenge entirely.
funtime figure droaring!