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Thanks for dropping by! Be careful of hands...they can be quiet addicting once you start drawing them
I do agree about the proportions, I noticed some joints are off. Need more practice and hopefully a bit of theory studies too!
I tried something different this time. 30 minute class format @ http://artists.pixelovely.com/practi...igure-drawing/
On the menu today:
10 poses of 30seconds
4 poses of 1 minute
2 poses of 5 minutes
1 poses of 11 minutes
And for some reason, on most gesture sites selecting all model (F & M, nude and dressed) = 80% female nude, 10% female dressed and 10% male (dressed and nude)
Also, some edits on perspective and anatomy (knees, thighs, head shape.)
Hey, good to see you’re working hard! I like this imagine girl. It looks you drew her effortless and had fun. It’s good to mix the serious studies with easier work. It keeps the inspiration and fun going.
Great to see the Loomis body studies! I think they’re quite hard to do, even if there is this measure line to guide were to place the different parts.
Good work with your hand studies! I think that you’re improving with them! Keep it up!
a great amount of studies, have you considered joining the community weekly gesturing group?
every one helps each other and the comments are usually helpful for improvement, plus the pressure of keeping up with others help
with improvement. besides that i see your line work is getting more confident, keep up the good work!
Thanks Adrian! I didn't know about the group, it does sound very interesting. I took a quick peek, 50 gestures by the 18th? I'll try my best!
More head studies from photos
Head study > No reference
and something to reward myself for studying
Last edited by - nat -; November 16th, 2012 at 12:03 AM.
Very nice lines! Especially the quick studies! Good for you for being disciplined enough to do lots of studies as well .
I use MMA guys for male gestures, they tend to be pretty cut and in active poses.
I totally recognize the ax guy from pixel lovely and the hands from Andrew Loomis! Haha keep on truckin! I really like the environment (rivers) as well. Try maybe doing some gesture drawings using only a thick brush and do it as a form study rather then lines for some variety.
@ vagabond_king, thank you for the comment and suggestion!
I try to be disciplined because I stopped drawing for a few months and I have to make up for it.
Is there some site for the MMA pictures? or do you freeze frame the fights?
Life drawing workshop in Montreal (Syn Studio), they have another session in two weeks.
Also Doctor Sketchy is tomorrow! 50% chance that I will go.
No ref, drawn between long poses.
Imagination stuff (less than an hour):
Last edited by - nat -; November 16th, 2012 at 11:31 PM.
Yo e-nate! What an amazing sketchbook you have here! Absolutely fantastic work! I'm jealous
Gotta say your skills on paper blow me away, your digital skills are not yet as good, but definitely getting there!
Really inspiring I've subscribed to the thread! We've got a dr sketchy here on saturday, I wonder if they are similar.
Over here they focus less on drawing and more on getting drunk
Last edited by Hamorhage; November 22nd, 2012 at 04:11 AM. Reason: spelling mistakes :P