Help me please, I'm confused if I'm on the right track, I'm using 1 minute for each pose because in 30 seconds I get lost and can't finish the figure, but my drawings don't have the same fluidity shown in the videos and when I focus more on fluidity I feel my proportions getting worse, especially in the arms and legs. I appreciate any advice or tips. Thank you!
Hi, so I made an attempt to draw lips since I need a brake from drawing noses.. I also got myself some charcoal pencils for the first time so it's double challenge. Is there a secret in drawing wrinkles? Any overall feedback greatly appreciated
First and third page from imagination went better than expected. Real life reference was harder than I thought. The ones with circled numbers I had more trouble with. Critique or advice is appreciated :) challenging exercise this one.
As a sculptor, this course is completely new to me and very exciting - I will be working in a sketchbook too not digitally. I had some fun thinking this one up: a Gorilla-pede. I didn't quite know how to finish the bum as a tail didn't feel right, so it doesn't feel finished. But I imagined a walk in the woods and stumbling across this massive creature, and as you both lock eyes, you both feel humorously awkward, as if neither of you was meant to be there..
I want to do animation so I really like the Drawn to Life books by Walth Stanchfield (edited by Don Hahn). I've only come halfway through the first book, but I'm learning a ton about gesture drawing and storytelling. I've seen you post some work for the Drawing Basics course, which is great! I encourage you to keep taking it👍 It will strengthen your figure drawings too.