Drawing the human form is one of the most difficult challenges which faces the artist.  Unlike a landscape, for example, it really does matter that a life drawing is accurate, as the human brain is preconditioned to recognise minute and subtle details of the face and body.   It only looks right in a drawing if the artist has taken great care in his or her portrayal.  This website deals with the subject of the human form in its unclothed state.  Whilst every care has been taken to ensure that the content complies with the regulations of the webserver, if you are offended by the subject matter please do not proceed.


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