Hey everyone. here are my robo beans attempt. I think my biggest weakness is that im too scared to exaggerate my drawings and im very weak when it comes to the twist. (Also if you spot any weaknesses i may have that i didn't mention please mention them in your reply! thanks) Feedback/Tips will be greatly appreciated! :)
Just finished the anatomy course so I’m still a little weak on feet but I’m going to work on full body poses on top of further anatomy studies, how does everything here look, this is not from imagination but I want to see how people interpret the anatomy without reference, is it believable as well as proportions, thanks again!
There were originally 3 attempts, I didn’t include the first one but because I haven’t done the gesture course proper it suffered from no gesture syndrome. I went in the opposite direction and really tried to push the gesture while containing the anatomy, after receiving some criticism on Facebook the third attempt is basically re-pushing the anatomy and some reinterpretations from what I was seeing. I thought I was seeing the tibialis anterior despite what proko showcased but upon further attempts to decipher the image I decided to go with the consensus and remove it lol. Watching proko’s video around design and gesture as a means to both stylize and contain the anatomy through the most useful phrase ever, “is it anatomically possible?, mentions the boringness of symmetry juxtaposed to the tastefulness of asymmetry, I feel like asymmetrical design is still something I need to work on, does this seem boring?
Hello all first time posting work here, I’m working my way through the figure fundamentals course and I’ve just finished one half of the exercise on balanced poses lesson. I’ve also been focusing on mannequinization as well as balance. I’ve found mannequinization a real challenge and here is where I am at currently in my practice. I would really appreciate feed back as I want to make sure I’m making the right progress, my long term goal is to be able to drawing the figure from imagination confidently. look forward to hearing from you all.
They look great! But I guess you got confused on his right leg (our left). I've drawn over the model to show you how I would build the legs in that particular angle and model. Leg is such a pain to draw, you know! Because they're intricate and they change a lot as the angle changes,