Robert Liberace: Drawing The Male Form In Motion

Advanced, Drawing, Experts, Featured, Pencil | 26 Oct, 2012

Expert artist Liberace puts this video together to show the aspiring pencil artist just how important it is to take in all the features you see on the human body. Here he is drawing a male life model pulling on a rope and his aim using a combination of cross hatch shading and blending with a brush shows how the muscles and motion in the figure can be accentuated. He explains how you will never fully achieve perfection but it is important to note everything which is going on in what you are studying. Great artwork which does truly show motion and action within the human form.

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    1. I’m sorry to tel but you are talking about Leonardo da Vinci, he was an artist, anatomic (dont know how to say) scientist, architect, constructor, sculptor, poet and philosoph. I even may have forgot some things, but michelangelo was a sculptor, he was forced to paint the sistine chapel by the pope, and thats the only painting he made, and 90 % of his drawings were for the sistine chapel. And at the end of his life when his hands were to much shaking, he designed some buildings.

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    2. You guys need to read art history. You are pulling these facts out of the air. Michelangelo painted more than the Sistine Chapel ceiling and he worked with architecture his entire career. He considered himself a sculptor and resisted the Sistine Chapel commission but doing it enabled him to work on other projects in the deal with the Pope. “90%”…total nonsense! 100% of his drawings were for all of his projects. He made drawings to work out designs executed in architecture, stone and paint.

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    3. I think this is one of the best draughtsman from the ones whos publish their works on the youtube.I like he try to stick with traditional european/rennaisance ways of drawing.This guy simply DRAW !!!!Today everywhere are overrendered drawings , without any signs of strokes/crosshatching ,loose lines or any signs of “hand” .

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    4. this is a very good video and helps alot with free up movement and lending energy to the picture. i recently put up my second time lapse video and would appreciate any feedback or opinions from people interested in drawing, so please stop by. thanks

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    5. So your work at the LA Art Show, really beautiful stuff and very inspiring. “Pointing the Way” really caught my eye out off all the work on the floor. Hope to take a workshop from you someday. Gonna be in LA anytime soon?

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    6. So your work at the LA Art Show, really beautiful stuff and very inspiring. “Pointing the Way” really caught my eye out off all the work on the floor. Hope to take a workshop from you someday. Gonna be in LA anytime soon?

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