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More George Bridgman Studies

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This was was a set of studies I did in a Moleskine Journal. That’s why the yellowish look of the paper. I’d like to get a moleskine sketchbook sometime as I have some painting techniques I could try out in that brand of book.

Some of the studies are really warped because the journal had water spilled on it, I switched to another book shortly afterward.  Some of the studies were life drawing studies too, or first attempts at applying Bridgman’s knowledge.


George Bridgman part 3

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George Bridgman part 2

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More studies…

George Bridgman

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While my hand is healing I’ve been doing some George Bridgman studies. I’ve done them long time ago before but in this case I’ve been using them to learn how to have better line economy. I noticed I am getting better but still a long way to go. In this case I have to say I’m having conflicts with my scanner due to the fact I’m trying to scan in a ringed sketchbook that is very small. I’ll be switching to a Moleskin notebook sometime in the future (but I’m saving it for more of my character sketches).

Oh About 37 pages or so

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A lined paper sketchbook… did quite a few studies on the bus on a daily basis just doodling figure studies. Done mostly in Pen. Quite a bit of failure but mostly done to become more accurate.

Lined Paper page 2

Lined Paper page 2

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