Here are a few master studies I did from artists I like and admire. Ranges from apparently scribbled lines with Heinrich Kley and Paschalis Dougalis creating dynamism to the total absence of line with Berthe Morisot’s. I also found interesting the use of coloured paper to play with shadow and highlight lines enabling focus but also volume rendering
They are just great, your colors ! Looks a bit like the hand would be behind a dirty window ? Its such a good effect you've created. Maybe the red could be a little tiny bit more muted down into an earthy tone, but that's just taste, isn't it ?
Hi Baruna, I think the inner outline of her right deltoid is a little off. It shouldn't meet the middle of the collar bone. That's what distracts me and I hope I am helpful. Cool drawing by the way. (I would think her hand is a little small, but that's just a guess, I don't have a clue how to measure or relate the size)
Puh, I did exactly what Stan described: not listening to the task, shying away from straight lines (and spitting on the paper). So, after watching this one I had to go back and do the guy again (first picture attached here). Quite challenging !