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Michael S.

Location:

Austin, TX

Member since:

February 23, 2014

Why do you want to draw the human figure?

It is easy to relate to, both as an artist and as a viewer. It is also a very forgiving form of drawing as mistakes often end up making the work more interesting and add to it's uniqueness.

Introduction

Hi. My name is Michael and I have been drawing off and on for most of my life, mostly the human figure and landscapes.

What Michael S. is saying about this Meetup Group

It was a marathon drawing session but it was fun. I have never changed gears so rapidly before when drawing. Thanks to Dave for hosting and our model for modeling.


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