What is your guys drawing setup like ? Im sat at my desk with my computer screen in front of me and my drawing paper flat on my desk also in front of me. Does anyone else have this setup where you look up at your screen and than down at your paper? Im wondering if this makes getting proportions right harder since your kinda looking at your paper from an angle. Does anyone have your paper like this woman has in her video ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Znr1OY-aHhM&list=PL3aPoNPQSJnSJVw2_GUVR7jC0nbnksq6F&index=5 Where you are just looking straight at it.
Hi everyone! I found the boots challenging. It was a great challenge though. I had trouble simplifying the shoelaces; I felt like I was literally getting tangled up in them as I sketched this! That was my queue that it was time to stop! When I stepped back and took a good look - I immediately noticed proportions were off; I drew the boots much wider than the photo. I also find my lines can be 'scratchy' at times, and not as confident/solid as I'd like them. I'm sure that will come with more practice. Btw, love the photo choice! Looking forward to seeing the critique video for this one! Would love to know how to approach this one, and more than anything...simplify sketching shoelaces :)
First sketch to start the class! I've tried doing free online tutorials before but always gave up partway through due to not being disciplined enough and there being no consequences for not following through. So I've purchased the premium course as a way to force myself to see it through and not waste money. I'm very excited to see how the course unfolds!