Thanks BobMeatbag! I can't draw looser right now because there is no tip from my pen left, I constantly have to keep it perpendicular to the tablet which makes it really hard..I guess next week or so I will get a new one! But I will try to make more use of the action lines for drawing poses from life/reference..
Last edited by Gibier; December 20th, 2011 at 05:56 AM.
I haven't been uploading last week because my tablet pen just doesn't work anymore..I did a lot in my sketchbook though! massive dump after new year I guess!
This morning I tried once more but gave up already.
2011 was a good year for me, I actually learned to draw a bit! Next year I'm pushing much harder!
Well, Merry x-mas everyone, Happy new year..back in 2012 !
Good to see that you are updating regularly and working really hard! Nothing to crit here, just keep pushing those studies!
I really like the waterfall piece and the warmup poses you did on posts #122 and 123 by the way. Happy new year!
Satupeikko: Thank you, I sure will keep one going! I actually loved the curve in the walking woman from that page myself Happy new year!
Lumens: Yeah I'm starting to get used to this one now, but I also switched from mac to pc so I keep on pressing the wrong buttons, lol. Thanks!
Last bit of pages from 2011 I liked, 30 sec stuff excluded .
Don't know how to get clean scans yet.
The First one I did outside. The second I did watching people from my window. The portraits and poses are from pictures.
Last edited by Gibier; December 30th, 2011 at 06:41 PM.
nice gestures! Glad to see the improvement. I'd suggest to start drawing with shapes now. Look for basic stuff like squares, cones etc etc then move onto more complicated shapes, such as beans, ovals, muxtures of any shapes etc etc. Don't just draw the line of the figure. Drawing the shape will bring out appeal and help with anatomy, rythme and straight against curves. All of which increases appeal
hey Bobmeatbag, I really appreciate your feedback! But are you talking about constructing the body out of basic shapes or looking for the shapes like triangles to measure distance in negative space? well anyway I'm aware of both so I´m trying to let go for a while of the clothing and further details of my reference. Just doing the gestures!
Last edited by Gibier; January 3rd, 2012 at 08:41 AM.
For construction, to measure negative space and to see in 3d, I use shapes like rectangles, boxes and sometimes circles. Using simple blocky shapes forces you to not only see in 3 dimensions, it also adds perspective to the mix if you allow it.
Using more rounded and organic shapes or mixtures of shapes allows appeal.