Hey, I have been working on the robo bean assignment for a few weeks now and I was wondering if someone could help me with critiquing some drawings of poses that I have been having trouble with. There are some poses that I feel more confident in (tilts, leans, some twists) but I find myself struggling with most foreshortening poses and poses where the model has a "straight-line torso". The first 2 pages are my most recent attempts, where I feel like I am mostly improving in. The last page has drawings where I don't really understand how/where to draw the boxes. If I could have help understanding how to do these kinds of poses, I would be very grateful!
2023-05-04 Hi, these are my attempts at finding landmarks on some 5 minute drawings that I did. The very bottom drawings on the first image are the earliest ones that I drew, and I have been working on this topic for about a week now. If anyone could provide criticism on these drawing I would be very grateful as I feel like there is still a lot I can learn to do better on this topic, but I do not know how to advance from this point. Thank you in advance :)
I made a crime fighting, cyborg mop man! When everyone's favourite janitor met a tragic end during a sanitation accident, scientist were able to fuse his mind with his favourite mop. When the world needed him most, when there was too much cleaning left undone, the Mediator of Purification (MoP for short) was born! Whether it's cleaning up crime from your neighbourhood streets, or that spill in isle 6, he will be there!
"Inhibitors", "Observers", "Wreckage Dwellers" …These robots go by many names and are feared by nearly all who encounter them. Whether it be against peaceful historians searching ancient starship debris or looters salvaging the wreckage of an destroyed battleship, these robots will viciously defend whatever spoils they claim on their endless search for intriguing technologies. If you ever encounter one in your travels, I pray that you find them preoccupied in their observation form, and that they don't see you as an obstacle in their path. (Fist photo is the observation form of the robot, the second photo is the defense form. Cords hold up each torso of the robot as shown in the forth photo)
Hi, I've been working on the structural unit for a week and I was wondering if I could get some critique on the drawings in the attached images. I provided the photos I used as references and also added the original drawing photos. Thanks in advance! P.S. the order in which I drew these were: Day 1 - The Rhino (I drew while watching stan's) - Gorilla - Giraffe Day 2 - St. bernard - Bison Day 3 - Meerkat - Owls Day 4 - Two of the Tigers Day 5 - The other Tiger - The Fat Monkey Day 6 (Today) - The foxes - Gazelle
Hi, I have been working on the beans section for a while now (probably a couple of months, which might be too long I'm not too sure) and I am having a little bit of trouble with twists and keeping the beans looking "tidy" like Stan's. Does anyone have any advice on how to keep cleaner lines for the beans? I'm Using the overhand drawing technique shown in the shading section of the course. Also, I have some beans to share! I would love some critique to help figure out where I can improve. (Also also, I wanted to note that I tried to push the beans to an extreme, which I feel like I was able to do but unsure if I did it right)
I spent the last few weeks practicing 30-second poses (In between practicing drawing beans) and I had a lot of trouble with knowing how to tackle specific poses (Mainly whether I should represent limbs with singular lines or define them with shapes if that makes sense). I feel like I'm slowly progressing but I'm not sure where I stand right now in terms of how well I'm doing. I switched to the overhand drawing form recently, and I was wondering if anyone would be able to help me out with some critique. (Not sure why my printer is cutting off some of the edges of the page)
I have been practicing 2 min gesture drawings for the past few weeks (Sorry about the faint lines, it looks more visible on paper than when scanned). The first four images are from after 1 week of practicing and the other 6 are the most recent ones I have drawn (+4 weeks). For almost every drawing I would draw it and erase it if I didn't like it before trying again until I got a good result. I'm not sure if that is the best way to learn how to draw, if someone could let me know whether or not I should be doing that, and could also give me some feedback on my most recent drawings I would appreciate it. Thanks.