Very inspiring to see some really beautiful doodles! I've been impatiently waiting for the class to start, so I've been studying Loomis' Fun With A Pencil. A great supplement for anyone looking for a foundation in constructionally drawing the figure!
I realized we were supposed to post our doodles here, so here are a few warm ups from today and a sketch of my daughter from yesterday. I’ve mostly worked in graphite and charcoal , but up until recently I’ve tried more pen ink and other stuff. It has made me realize how much I want to work on my line quality and not have to erase and redraw so much.
Here is my pear. I did this one digitally because it was most convenient at the time. I plan to do most of the course traditionally to really work on my line quality. Also started the portrait with graphite. Here’s my block in of that.
Perspective question. I have an imaginary boat with a pedestal seat in the middle. How do I make sure the pedestal oval is in perspective if the oval is not large enough to cross the entire boat deck. Figuring the “left and right”distance is very confusing for me