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Big old drawing dump.  Enjoy the results of my life drawing classes!
  • Listening to: Man on the Moon - R.E.M
  • Playing: Island Paradise - facebook minigame
Life Drawing 010
The facial resemblance to the model is not great, but I still quite like this.
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Life Drawing 009
I'm really happy with this one.  Might consider doing something with the sketch *shrugs*
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Life Drawing 008
an attempt at foreshortening.  Success is...questionable?
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Big old drawing dump.  Enjoy the results of my life drawing classes!
  • Listening to: Man on the Moon - R.E.M
  • Playing: Island Paradise - facebook minigame

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Kathryn Adamson
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
Australia
"I know a song that'll get on you nerves..."

Current Residence: CQ Australia
Favourite genre of music: J-pop/rock, Punk, Classical, 80s pop, hard rock, indie rock, ballad, folk songs, intrumental, etc.
Favourite cartoon character: Nightcrawler (evolution) & Gir & Naruto
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pearwood Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Good to hear from you, Kathryn.
Steve :hug:
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pearwood Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Do stop by and say hello.
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OddKitty Featured By Owner May 31, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi Steven,

It's been an age!  I haven't been on Deviantart in forever!  Probably since the last time I replied to your comment.  How have you been?
I'm doing ok.  Still working in Graphic Design, still not drawing much for leisure.  I've been put on anti-depressants, which believe it or not is a good thing; I'm getting myself emotionally back on track and i'm hoping a side effect of that will be rediscovering my joy for drawing.  It's been a long time coming and I'm probably rusty as hell, but I think it'll be good for me if I get back into the swing of it.  What's new with you?
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pearwood Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Hi, Kathryn,

Good for you.  I've been on a mild anti-depressant since 2007.  It has made a huge difference -- just ask ctryon50 :)

I am glad to hear you are rediscovering the joy of drawing; I've always enjoyed your art and would love to see more of it here.

I turn 65 this month, the day before eldest offsproing Spielorjh turns 40.  I am still working full-time and staying plenty busy with photography on the side.  Other than an occasional shot with the HTC I'm entirely film these days, with classic cameras.  I've been doing computers and networks professionally for the past three decades.  Shooting with fully manual film cameras is my rebellion and sanity.  It's also great fun.

Steve
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pearwood Featured By Owner May 12, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
:wave:
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pearwood Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Hi, Kathryn,
Haven't heard from you in ages. How goes the battle?
Blessings,
Steve
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OddKitty Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hiya, Steve!

I haven't been up to much, just working, and killing time. I haven't done any serious artwork stuff, mainly since I don't have any software at home. Maybe I should look into traditional media :P Least they don't require software or a power socket.
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pearwood Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Hiya, Kathryn,

It's good to hear from you and know you're still around and at least reasonably well.

I would like to see what you could do with traditional media. I see a lot of digital painters taking up watercolors, just like a lot of us digital photographers have taken up or gone back to film. My perfectly good Canon Rebel XTi sits on the shelf while I have fun with my Yashica-D and 120 roll film. It's nice to have an original I can actually hold in my hand.

For software, I use the Gimp [link] for all my editing. It's a heavy duty package, runs on everything, and is free.

Or you could just get yourself a sketchbook and pencil and go play.

In any case, I don't think you're finished with making art. It's too much part of you to let you escape.

Blessings,
Steve
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Lillyanna333 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
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pearwood Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Good to see you back and busy, Kathryn.
Steve
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