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Hmm i know this is not the brightest question but i was still wondering...
I just wanted to make sure i'm doing it right.
Let say i'm doing a study from a book, like bridgeman's Life drawing.
Would you just try to draw the figure exactly the same as it appears in the book?
And i'm assuming you learn this way by unconsciously absorbing the info through your hand?
Is there something i should keep in mind, or rather something else i should be trying to achieve?Similar ThreadsArt: My Life Drawing StudiesSketchBook: Berlin Life Drawing Studies Drawing from reference, life, and studies.Art: Some studies from life drawing.SketchBook: Some studies from life drawing.
That's how a lot of people use Bridgeman, but so much about what Loomis does well is about the use of construction. Try your best to construct the drawings as loomis has done. Or to create similar drawings using his techniques.
Do you Mentler?
Booting up a new sketchbook.
i see, will do, thank you