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@lazy0
I'm confused is Gesture separate from rhythm or are they the same. Or could I put gesture in my rhythms or practice them separately??
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Gesture and rhythm are the same. It refers to the movement between things. Stan explains this more at the beginning of lesson one. Hope this helps πŸ˜„
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@lazy0
These are my gesture drawings. they were drawn in 1-2minutes, or sometimes I go overtime. I need help because, I know my lines are not good but it’s hard for me to think about breaking down the figure, focusing on line quality-weight and proportions etc. Any tips on how to handle all of that in 1-2 minute gestures drawings. Also I’m a beginner so I have barely any knowledge of anatomy. Please someone critique my assignment.
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Great work!
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I used a mix of Stan's and Marco Bucci's method for drawing the mouth in this lesson.
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First time shading like this. I gave up on the 1st and 4th mouth on second page, since it was taking me way too long. Critique or advice is appreciated. 1st page was some drawing along with the video.
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Simplifying the nose from real life then rotating the simple shape from imagination.
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Robert Bondari
Please tell me if it's really necessary to draw the central line of the face (front plane) almost in the end, because for me the sooner I draw it, the easier it is for me to draw other features / planes. It's hard for me to draw jaw line and side plane rhythm if I don't draw the central line first. Is it okay? Or am I missing something?
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@grugrugru
Looks good! Try drawing through the forms so you can see what's on the other side. It's good practice to better understand how the forms sit in 3d space. I attached an example, it's not perfect as I'm also working on this myself. It helps to identify problems when I work on extreme angles for example. Try doing some more exercises from the 3D model and then from real life, eventually some from imagination. If you have trouble identifying the head angle from reference you can go back and try to pose the 3D model as in the reference after a couple attempts. As for when to draw the central line, do what works best for you. I draw it after the circle on side the cranium most of the time.
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