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Robert
Level 1 and Level 2 after watching the demoand critique
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Robert
Level 1 and Level 2 before watching the demo
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Noe Luis
May 4, 2024 Mannequin Sketches Level 1 Attempts
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Robert
bro this looks sick. Good job
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Ho-Him Xue
feels A bit messy due to continuously trying to search for the right rotations. some of the boxes may have perspective issues. Any critiques welcomed
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Robert
Line quality looks a little messy. It's the only thing that comes to my mind
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Robert
Level 2 baby. tell me if there is anything wrong
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Robert
@stan Question: When you drew the cylinder in a box, is the box isometric? or is it 3 point perspective?
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@luel
Before and after watching the demo (and after buying a 6B pencil). Still feels a bit flat, but happier with the 2nd version. And it’s a good reminder to draw bigger! The first one came a bit tiny…
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Robert
you want feedback, you'll get it. 1. Why do you have dark outlines on your pear. There is a transition from pear to shadow (2B to 6B). Stop thinking about the lines and more about the planes. 2. I don't really see the dark shadows in the pear. Stan's trick for simplifying stuff is to squint at the object. When I squint at the pear I see one value, the dark half tone, Btw if you want feedback, you should post it under the project video. It's more likely someone will answer you there
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Scott N
First attempt before watching Demo. Apologies for the numbering being out of sequence on the pictures. I use an A3 sketch book and I can't take a picture of the whole page at once. Also I draw to lightly. Great challenge, I think I'm starting to get the idea but, as always, I will practice more after I watch the demo video!
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Robert
good stuff. I skimmed through it and noticed a few things instantly - Some of your edges don't converge (1,2,7,11) - I noticed that when you draw the bottom plane of a box, you tend to converge your line very strong (15, 17, 12) which does not align with the other 2 lines converging - Try to capture the width-to-height relationship of the head in your box. Sometimes I feel like you just drew the box without considering the height and width (3, 19) If you want me to draw over them just shoot me a message. I am not an expert by any means but if it helps you I am glad to assist
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Robert
First few attempts. Not in a specific order. Did these before watching the demo. I basically drew the box and then tried to fit in the head into the box. Approaching it like this felt weird. I missed a lot of important landmarks. Also I didn't really pay attention to the line weight. I was focused on placing the features in the box. Got a few questions: How do you determine the centre line of the head? It's not always the centre of the box from my observation. Do I have to eyeball it or is there a way to determine it? How do you use line weight on a portrait? Generally I would darken the facial features and sharp edges close to the head. Number 10: In the ref the eyes have a different angle than the eyebrows. Am I tripping or is that really the case. I thought that nose, brows, eyes and mouth angle should all align Number 15: The angle of the mouth is different from nose and brows. How do I draw this without breaking the perspective?
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Robert
I saw it in the critique a few times. Is the center line of the box the center line of the face? I saw a few references where you could clearly see that one side of the front plane appears to be bigger than the other side.
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Robert
Level 1 second try. definetely saw an improvement after watching the demo. If you see anything wrong with the boxes, I'd appreciate the feedback
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Robert
Level 1 first try. I realized that the center line of the box is not the center line of the head. also I have to keep foreshortening in mind when placing the lines for the nose and brow. I am aware that a lot of these boxes are not correct. One question I still do have: how do you determine the angle of the top/bottom plane of the head or how much of it is showing. I have a hard time to judge it
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@crowlle
i tryed a few quick things
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Robert
Looks sick. When I did this and watched Stan's demo he mentioned that you don't have to draw exactly the geometrical shapes when you want to draw something more square, cicular or triangular. The envelope of the shape should represent a circle,triangle,rectangle but the shape itself doesn't necessarily need to be. Otherwise it looks great
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Robert
I have 0.5mm mechanical pencils. Is it worth it to get me some 0.7mm and 1mm mechanical pencils. What's the difference aside from the lead width. Is the size difference significant enough to justify the investment?
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@crowlle
i drew this as i got inspired by a creator here who made a few pic ideas post the credit to the idea goes to @Vincent Lagacé
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Robert
really love the line weight on this one. Shapes look great too. This definetely not your first time drawing
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Chris
Not a whole lot going on here, for the life of me I couldn’t figure out what to add to the room.
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Robert
I'd personally pick a more extreme angle. Everything is placed on level with the vanishing point so you don't actually see a lot of the 3d form. Move the vanishing point to the left or right, so you can practive 1 point perspective better
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May Berry
My line quality and accuracy has gotten better. Although I'm struggling to draw doors and windows on the side walls. Still not having fun with this project. It's mostly because my visual library for indoor rooms is pretty low, so I end up drawing the same thing over and over. I will do some 1 point perspective draw alongs and references.
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Robert
The bench looks off. Try to make your horizontals the same
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William Mclean
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Robert
I cannot find the vanishing point. Mark it on the page. you need to trace straight lines from the VP to your boxes
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Robert
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Robert
These are the level ones I did. I fucked up the horizontals and verticals
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