Wednesday, November 10, 2010

12 comments:

David Malan said...

Beautiful drawing, I really like the pose and composition and of course the rendering is fantastic. Man, I would love to get a good long pose. Again beautiful.

Richard Morris said...

Thanks Dave!

Lee Studios said...

beautiful as always rick!

Chris said...

Fantastic

Liz Mohr said...

Your work just keeps getting better and better! I'm floored by this drawing. I wonder what kinds of things you'll be working on 10 years from now.....its alot to look forward to. I'm lucky to have a teacher like you!

Zulu said...

Beautiful, such a pleasure to view. I've learned more from you in 8 weeks than my entire time at Ringling. I look forward to meeting again soon.

Felicia Forte said...

Beautiful.

Brian David MacNeil said...

wow richard amazing work. I'm happy i came across your blog. very inspiring.

Little Elf said...

Richard, you are truly an inspiration! Amazing Artworks!

Natalia.

Joy thomas [artist] said...

very nice drawing............beautiful

The Art of Kevin Wueste said...

I really dig all the works you are doing - can I ask the lamest, dullest q - what type of paper do you favor here ? and is this charcoal pencil ? vine ? carbon ?

Thanks much - Kevin

Richard Morris said...

Kevin- The drawing was done on Canson Drawing paper. I used General's charcoal pencils, willow charcoal, and a little bit of white chalk.