Asked for help
Hi! So I was working on the bean and I came across this image. I am asking for help because it is quite a dynamic pose and I am not exactly sure if I got the twist, lean, and foreshorten right. If anyone could provide some insight on this, I would love to listen. (Do not mind the bad quality)
Good morning I tried for the first time on touch screen and pen this. I traced over the image because I didnt know how to put two images side by side in the program I used. Critique welcome, kindly keep in mind my line quality isnt great for first time with this type of drawing. thank you
2022/7/6. Good morning everybody. Here's my 30 mins warming up exercise. Recently I'm using 3D HD model for practicing portrait. Since they can be rotated or zoomed in & out, they are much more easy to use than normal pics if you want to practice the head and the features from different angles. Thanks a lot.
Hey Guys. This is a full graphite portrait. I feel like I managed to get the likeness pretty well in the block in (after several attempts!) but then lost it a bit in the final render. The strange thing was that after doing a much more complete drawing, but before going to full render, I traced the photo and overlayed it on my drawing and everything matched up almost perfectly, so the differences were, at that point, extremely subtle. I unfortunately didn't take a picture of that part. Any thoughts on how and why I went off track would be really appreciated. I was using Tombow Mono 100 Pencils (4H - 2B) on Canson Mi Tientes paper if anyone is interested. This was a birthday present for a friend.
I've done some perspective and can see the horizon line is where the sky meets the ground. Looking at the table all of the lines from the table should point to one vanishing point on the horizon line to the left and the other should point to a vanishing point to the far right way off the drawing. I might enlarge the character sitting in the front and overlap his knee in front of the tabe just a bit.