In nude drawing am I supposed to draw the penis?
- TomLv 72 weeks ago
Sure but do not stress it. And perhaps a bit smaller than normal too. Romans and Greeks tended to think of a "Big ****" man as "foolish looking" just as we look at a big busted woman today and deem her a "Bimbo" or "less than intelligent"
Indeed STRESSING and empathizing sexual organs is seen in "bad taste" or "Porn-Like" A good Nude is posed naturally and casually and tries not to either deliberately HIDE or show off certian body parts.
- Anonymous1 month ago
The ancient Egyptians, Greeks & Romans did. Western civilization don't include those images because of "Victorian standards" of what was proper to show. (but Queen Victoria is dead) so if you went to Rome or Greece or Egypt you would see MEGA DONGS hanging about...on statues and on drawings...if you go to the right temples. They were not hung up on that bit of flesh. Most were proud to display it.
- 2 months ago
That is the definition if it is a man otherwize it is breasts and pubic hair most nudes don't show the vagina.
- glcangLv 72 months ago
The penis is part of the body. Would you leave out an arm or a leg because you are embarrassed?
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- JohnLv 72 months ago
The Greek statues have it as a small hairy bundle with just a tip peeking out. Enough to show that it's male, not enough for any sane person to get uptight about.Michelangelo was Italian but same thing:
- Dave B.Lv 72 months ago
Draw ONLY the penis. Repeatedly. That's what good art is, a bunch of dongs.
- BoyLv 42 months ago
- Anonymous2 months ago
Only on men.
You draw what you can see.
Or you self censor.
- BillLv 72 months ago
Unless the art teacher tells you one way or the other, it's your choice.
- Dan82828384Lv 52 months ago
If it’s nude drawing then I would say so.