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Update 2: I animated this flower sack. It's walking then kicking in the air. I want it to feel irritaded/angry/sad. Like a kid who's been teased by some other kids; He walks away, cursing them for himself. His feelings are expressed as anger/irritation, but with an undertone of sadness. Anger with tears in the eyes. https://youtu.be/a1QycoarJrc I'll continue to practice acting with simple characters. One of my goals with the next animation is to draw more simple and clear.
My assigments. I still find it really hard to SEE throught all muscle and stuff. But 'imagining' it first, thinking of the movement the person is making and keeping in mind the relation of tilt between torso and pelvis seems to be helping. Appreciate any critiques.
Two more attempts at putting down the landmarks. I'm leaving out the musculature that's included in the examples as I feel that I don't have enough understanding of that. I had some problems with the scapulae (?) and I guess the proportions are a bit off. As previously feedback is highly appreciated :)
First attempt. For some reasons, the dog and bird were very hard. Then, I watched the structure critique and something clicked watching Stan draw the rhino!!! If someone could give a tip on the bird and the dog that would be appreciated! Thanks in advance :)
This is actually my third attempt, I started this course a long time ago but life got busy so I couldn't go that far into it, but back then I made a completely blind version, then I corrected my own mistakes with the help of the other videos and now this time was with the help of my notes from back then and a bunch of muscles images
Hello! Thanks for looking at my work, I'd love some critique! I did some figure drawing yesterday too based off of the FORCE method (I saw a video on Proko's Youtube), that's the second picture without any numbers, so that is what I'm working off of. I think I may have carried over too much of that, which leads me to my first question: In 5 and 7 I was trying to use less lines, in the rest I made a lot of lines to build up the darkness of them, which is best to practice at the start? 2nd question: What information should I give here? I'm worried this is not enough information to be able to critique me well. For example, though this time I forgot to time myself, would that be useful information? I think I took a few minutes for each. Thank you! I look forward to going through this course!
Greetings! I'm pretty new to gesture drawing, and wanted to get some feedback to see if I'm on the right track so far, or if there's some aspect of gesture drawing I should focus on more. All of these were 60s drawings based on references in the video above. Any feedback is appreciated!