So I tried to do a hallway to a spaceship I do think I work big to small with this guy but I still think I could of done better on that front. I liked to think the perspective is better and more interesting then my first 2 attempts but any feedback on that front would be great. I struggled when I had to add more stuff to it and I wasn't really sure what should be included and where it should be place so that's why it's really messy. I am going to do another one and I am probably going to look at more photo references to help me out.Any other feedback would be a big help.
Did 2 rooms with photo reference was much harder then I thought it was going to be. I feel like I have the idea of the lines converging to one point down but I feel like my horizontal and vertical lines are off any feedback on this would be really cool. Also I kept it really basic for now I think it would be cool to come back and change the setting and eye level once I get some feedback and watch the demo.
I know this assignment was specified to only measure the eyes, mouth, and nose on the subject used… I went a little overboard on this one and decided to do a full render. I realize there are many problems with this piece, but I’ve gotten to the point where I’ve learned enough from this one and need to let it go. Any critique is appreciated. I know he’s got a turkey neck, btw. ;)
I think my what I am struggling with the most with this project is keeping things in proportion while also still trying to obtain that rhythm that Stan talked about. I would say the legs/arms in particular where the hardest part of the body to draw so feedback on how to draw better legs/arms would be GREAT. I was also wondering if would be a good idea to practice just doing leg/arm rhythms by themselves or should I just keep doing the whole body???
I would really love some critique. I've been hearing about gesture for a decade now, but I've had trouble grasping the concept. Even after watching Proko talk about it twice, it still feels very confusing to me. Gesture appears to be like making everything noodle-y instead of capturing its concrete shape. It's like we're asked to not focus on contours and instead draw the gesture. But then again, isn't the gesture itself based on contours? I suppose I might learn differently from other people because the years of trying to precisely pin down what gesture technically is have eluded me. I am super hopeful that I can grasp the concept better, so I can infuse my drawings with more dynamism. I'm incredibly hopeful that I can create beautiful and dynamic things from my imagination.
Did another one of the Musketeer guy and I think I did better then my first attempt then I tried to do one of a different portrait all together and well I defiantly need more practice. This is easily the hardest project so far for me lol but any feedback would be great
Here are my attempts at the three drawings. I would really like some feedback here, specifically about line weight. I feel like I'm being either too uniform, or not intentional enough about which lines to highlight. Still this was great fun!
I had a hard time with this one so it's defiantly something I will need to practice more. If I had to say one thing that I would want to fix right now it would be the angles of his eyes. Feel free to give any feedback I am probably am going to try this assignment again tomorrow.
The Mario Mushrooms/ellipses have always been somewhat tough for me so I decided to come back and re watch the video to better understand both the warmup and also see how others are tackling the issue. Here is what I got. Now that I look at it maybe I just need to darken my lines a bit lol
I decided I would try this project again but I remember each image taking me some time to complete and I think I was trying to be to careful with them so in order to stay loose and free with my sketching I decided to add a 15 min timer to each image. They aren't 100 % accurate but I would like to think they at least have more rhythm to them then my first attempt. Plus I think at the very least I can at least say I'm getting faster with my sketching.