Hey Marshall, Stan, I watched out for the eyes.training app from your studen, Marshall. Man it's AMAZING. I start now using it to practice! Thank you for the pointer. Man your student must geek (in the postive way) and I love it! Regards and big THANKS to him, Marshall. Kevin
I wasn’t sure how detailed to make it so left it pretty bare. Not sure if it was the caffeine I had right before or not but I was finding I struggled to put light pressure and keep the lines fluid. Maybe it’s just not being confident but that’s what I found to be most difficult about this exercise. Any feedback is appreciated!
After the snail and the boots I’ve tried my hand on the camel and skull as well. Watching the critique first helped to refocus what the exercise is about. This time I’ve spent more time on some pre-sketching to get a feel for the proportions - the perspective of the camel took me a good while to wrap my head around - and then go in with more confident lines to the curves.
Here's my first Proko course drawing! Woo! Drew the apple first from a piece of fruit I had in front of me. Then the pear on top while looking at the picture. The two pear drawings below were done while/after watching Stan's demo. I'm already enjoying this so much. (10/27/23)
Hey, drawing-geeks :) Drawing the first one, I didnt realize that Stan obligated sharp edges to the shading. In the second I focused more on this. Is it a bad thing, that I only integrated 4 (instead of 5) different values? Anyway, it was fun to draw.