Hello again! Posting two hieararchy of importance rhinos this time. One was done with a brush pen and the other one simply with a 4B pencil. It is still very clear how much I struggle with the brush pen, but I do find myself getting at least a bit better...Which is satisfying. Hopefully Stan shows use some of his marker skills too haha. PS: The close up of Stan drawing the baggy eyelids was so great...It really shows how great of a draftsperson he is!
Level one and two rhino assignments. I really love this lesson so far! I ve been always afraid of lineweight and never quite understood how to use it in any drawings, but now it was finally explained to me. Really keen on doing drawings from life using lineweight! PS: keep up the effort everybody! :)
Asked for help
Learning to Sketch from Observation: After demo: 1st pic is the searching line for the hand; 2nd is the bold line after the search. It is hard not to switch to measuring so proportions are not perfect but am I executing the process properly? I have to say it was much more fun to use the tapered line search rather than the contour line I have been relying on. Nice to have more lines in my arsenal.
Slowed my drawing down to a snail’s pace and felt less frustrated—checking and rechecking angles in relationships with other edges.At some point I always end up off and then it becomes a puzzle but I decided to just press on and finish.