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Jean Cocteau by Man Ray, 1922

Jean Cocteau by Man Ray, 1922

the new loverofbeauty

the new loverofbeauty

Another Beauty from the series… :)     Pic: 4/365... | d a e k a z u

Another Beauty from the series… :) Pic: 4/365... | d a e k a z u

Character Design By~Cameron Mark

Character Design By~Cameron Mark

I want to visit Venice someday

I want to visit Venice someday

Youtube: ArtInterests Pinterest: @trending911

Youtube: ArtInterests Pinterest: @trending911

Starring Jude Law, Charlie Hunnam, Eric Bana | Guy Ritchie | Robbed of his birthright, Arthur comes up the hard way in the back alleys of the city. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, he is forced to acknowledge his true legacy - whether he likes it or not.

Starring Jude Law, Charlie Hunnam, Eric Bana | Guy Ritchie | Robbed of his birthright, Arthur comes up the hard way in the back alleys of the city. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, he is forced to acknowledge his true legacy - whether he likes it or not.

Steven Spielberg on the set of Jaws

Steven Spielberg on the set of Jaws

Jude Law

Jude Law

I can tell Giacometti really didn't lift the pencil off the paper much while drawing which I feel is a good technique when drawing the human form, indicating the contours with out putting too much thought. It also helps that the figure is not in a pose that one might normally see, helping explore the different ways the body curves when in a position such as this. The lack in detail also helps the viewer focus more on the form itself instead of the person being drawn.

I can tell Giacometti really didn't lift the pencil off the paper much while drawing which I feel is a good technique when drawing the human form, indicating the contours with out putting too much thought. It also helps that the figure is not in a pose that one might normally see, helping explore the different ways the body curves when in a position such as this. The lack in detail also helps the viewer focus more on the form itself instead of the person being drawn.