Sunday, April 30, 2006

Nude in pencil and in watercolor
































Just having some fun with a simple pencil sketch.

15 comments:

Màriam said...

I like your nude scketches... specially with pencil

Gabe said...

You have so many cool pieces here. I admire your versatility and cleverness in concept. I like it all, but in particular the water color in this post, and the scribbles from April 11th. I was stoked to find the Ashley Wood blog link too. I didn't know there was one.

Patrick said...

Nice work! You are really talented with the figure drawing! That is a tough area to master for sure! Since I check out your blog on a regular basis I am gonna add a link on my blog if thats OK with you... Keep the great work rolling!!!!

Chrissie A said...

màriam: Thanks very much!

moon: Thank you...it's always interesting to me when someone likes and comments on something in particular here—nice to know. And yeah—Ashley Wood—I was really pleased to discover that this fantastic artist had a blog!

patrick: Thanks for your comments! I would be very complimented to be a link on your own blog! :)

Guy said...

Charissie,
I just tried to leave a comment but it didn't take.

I was just saying that you have excellent work here and that I'm in a bit of a rush so my visit here is short(except for the rewrite)and I'd love to work with you and a few other people from blogger on an independent animated short-Whew!

Ok, lets see if this takes.
I wont log in this time.

Guy said...

Yay! It worked!
Sorry for misspelling your name though. :(

Chrissie A said...

Hey, no problem! :D

Many thanks for the kind words, guy.

The animated short thing sounds intriguing...

kate said...

I love how she morphed into her own person with color!! great! ty

GhettoFab said...

wow o wow! You are amazing! I love your diversity. Completely inspirational

Alina Chau said...

WOW!! Love the drawings, and the styles are beautiful! More please!

Luke said...

Very nice work! Excellent work on your figure drawings.

Chad H. said...

Excellent work, as usual!

UrbanBarbarian said...

... So that's how you roll, eh? Very creative. What sort of drugs or mind bending feats must I perform to translate my illustrations in that way?

Chrissie A said...

LOL, Dan :)

Actually, a large gin and tonic--my drug of choice--works very nicely to bend and twist the creative mind a bit. :D

Anonymous said...

Chris, I love the efforts in both pencil and watercolor. I especially like the pencil drawing and would like to see you take that drawing and add some simple washes of color just to see where it takes you.

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