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Quiet Motion - Pencil Illustration by LopezLorenzana Quiet Motion - Pencil Illustration by LopezLorenzana
Pencil illustration made on bristol paper (no tracing). This image was inspired by this beautiful picture found here: [link]

I loved the tenderness of the posture and the movement it suggests. The richness of the tones got somewhat lost in this picture, though gives quite a good idea of the actual piece on paper.

Part of why I felt so passionate about this piece was because I just visited the awesome exhibition called "Body Worlds" where you can see actual human bodies with their bones and muscles up close. It was very inspiring and right away I chose a theme that could convey my appreciation for the human figure and it's expressive attributes.

For more content here's a link to my FB fanpage: [link]
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:iconwiledog:
wiledog Featured By Owner 6 days ago
amazing....! >jaw drops to the floor<
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:iconlopezlorenzana:
LopezLorenzana Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you!
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:iconkylejs29:
kylejs29 Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2014  New member
Teach me your ways.
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:iconlopezlorenzana:
LopezLorenzana Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Ask me your questions, I'll make sure to answer them to the best of my ability my friend :)
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:iconjackandtheredsnapper:
Hello! I hope I don't bother you by asking but could you (please!) describe how you draw the skin, please? (do you just the grey tones and some ... points afterwards or is there any special technique?
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LopezLorenzana Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Hi, thanks for your question. There is no special technique or special tools I use, is just regular shading. Except that the paper I use is Bristol smooth or vellum. Then at times I use a soft tissue, like the Kleenex brand, and softly blend the tones with it to avoid having any pencil strokes visible. This is done several times with layers upon layers until the tones look right ;) 
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FR33HANDER Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Perfect. PERFECT PERFECT PERFECT!
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:iconlopezlorenzana:
LopezLorenzana Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
:) Thanks!
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:iconfr33hander:
FR33HANDER Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're so welcome:)
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:iconlucascarudo:
lucascarudo Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
the level of perfection is so high that you lose the sense of drawing!

you have amazing skills dude, and a perfect technique
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