The issue im having with this lesson is that Stan's examples change so much in terms of how he approaches mannequinization... in one he'll do all tubes, and then he'll go almost to an anatomy precision level. I wish there was more of a standard on those.
I find it difficult because sometimes the poses seem to be exaggerated in Stan's examples, and other times they aren't. There were a few poses I paused and started again because the gesture or proportions were way off. I think I have a tendency to make the boxes too thin and too short. I struggle with the line work looking muddy because I'm not yet used to overhand grip. Would appreciate any other feedback please. Thank you
I've been more confortable drawing straight to ink, and so a lot of times my pencil studies will have flimsy, undecisive lines, because in my head, I know pencil is not permanent. Anyways, here's a few studies. I really liked the one in brown ink - it was my third attempt at that pose. Appreciate any constructive criticism on these!