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How to Draw a Cloth-less Woman, From Back Side and Front Side

Learn Drawing Female figures, How to Draw Woman in Natural Beauty with sensuality.

Drawing a cloth-less woman has been a favourite subject. Pencil drawing is a basic source. Taking the help of this source, an artist would build a pencil portrait. The final painting could be in water colour, oil colour or acrylic; but the pencil art is basic necessity. While drawing with graphite pencil or charcoal, an artist would consider certain aspects to make his or her artwork aesthetically sound.

Standing Female -by Pierre-Paul Prudhon

Drawing Anatomy: Woman Without Clothes

While drawing a human figure, the most important factor to be kept in mind is the anatomy. As an artist you should take care about the anatomy of a woman who has a symmetrical physical appearance. Your drawing should look well-grounded and not very imaginative. Keeping careful attention in shading and lining work, you can do it very well.

Those artists who still learn drawing of figures can take a leaf out of the books of great painters. It may happen that while drawing a woman in her natural beauty, especially from the front side, the artist might be allured to make his or her drawing much sensual. He or she would be tempted making it physically attractive. But a real artist would always try maintaining aesthetic balance of beauty and art.

How to Posture a Woman for Drawing

After knowing about anatomy, the factor of posture is important.

  • How to Position a Model: While drawing a female figure wearing no clothes, an artist should request the model woman to sit in a specific posture. Posture of the model is very crucial. Every artist would try showing beauty of a female body from front side. It is because that would make the whole drawing more sensual. Though the drawing of curvy parts of body of a lady sitting without cover of clothes would be a sensual depiction, her mood could be shown as settled in modesty. That would make the artwork looking more serious.
  • Shading and Lining: In such type of drawings, an experienced artist would carefully show the light falling on her subtle parts of body by using value drawing technique. It can be done with precise shading work. The shading done for the limbs like hands and shoulders should be extremely adept and accurate. That would create a feel of realistic appearance in the eyes of viewers.
  • Posturing the Legs: An artist can position the body of a model in more artistic manner. If one leg is put on another, that could make the drawing extra sensual. Such a position of thighs and legs would create a sense of good proportion and feeling of ease. Moreover the viewers would respond to such an artwork with more curiosity.

Those artists who still learn drawing of figures can take a leaf out of the books of great painters. It may happen that while drawing a woman in her natural beauty, especially from the front side, the artist might be allured to make the drawing much sensual. He or she would be tempted making the drawing more physically attractive. But a real artist would try maintaining aesthetic balance of beauty and art.

Sitting Female -by Pierre-Paul Prudhon

The artists like Pierre-Paul Prud’hon would look at every aspect of the figure before his eyes and would then draw it with moral honesty and frank simplicity. The resulting artwork would certainly be a masterpiece. Look at the charcoal drawing of the cloth-less woman given here. The woman is without clothes, but she feels it not unsafe. It is the artistic cloth-less-ness, adding charm to her beauty. Here the artist has tried to depict the profound reality in the figure of the beautiful woman. Positioning the legs in a crossing manner adds the element of modesty of woman.

The Artist: In the charcoal drawing given here, we can see all the materials an artist would love to draw while portraying a woman in her natural beauty. The artist of this artwork is also Pierre-Paul Prud’hon.

He was a French painter whom Napoleon and his wife, Jos├ęphine had commissioned. He was an artists wedded to the romantic style of painting. His paintings and drawings are like a connecting bridge between the neo-classicism of David and the painting style known as Romanticism.

Cloth-less Female, Front side -by Pierre-Paul Prudhon

When an artists selects a the woman’s body as the base for depiction of art processes, the painter always encounters difficulties attached with the complexity and taboos attached with the figurative painting in general and the painting women’s body in particular. However the great painters dare challenging odds. They face these odds, and they win over the same.

[Images courtesy : By Pierre-Paul Prud'hon (1758–1823) Description French painter Date of birth/death 4 April 1758(1758-04-04) 14 February 1823(1823-02-14) Location of birth/death Cluny Paris Work location Paris (artrenewal.org)[see page for license], from Wikimedia Commons , By Pierre-Paul Prud'hon (1758–1823) Description French painter Date of birth/death 4 April 1758(1758-04-04) 14 February 1823(1823-02-14) Location of birth/death Cluny Paris Work location Paris (Kunstlexikon) [null], from Wikimedia Commons , By Pierre-Paul Prud'hon (1758–1823) Description French painter Date of birth/death 4 April 1758(1758-04-04) 14 February 1823(1823-02-14) Location of birth/death Cluny Paris Work location Paris (Kunstlexikon)[see page for license], from Wikimedia Commons ]

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