Hi! Here´s my homework. I´m also adding some images with red arrows. Those arrows are pointing out to some kind of hollows or bumps. I would like to know how can I represent those hollows in my drawings because I think it would make them feel more 3D or accurate.
I tried the proportions assignment (Drawing Basics). I do OK with all the points listed at the end of the lesson, EXCEPT for units, which really trip me up. I actually tried to go to step three and lay in the eyes. I think they are too big.
Hi man, I remeber that, in one of the previous videos, there was a reference,some drawings of some bears made, I think by a woman but I can´t remember in which video I saw that reference. Could someone tell me in which video is that reference or the name of the artist?
Hi everyone, here is my attempt at a pear, charcoal style brush in procreate. Reference image provided (different than the one in the video). Much more challenging than it seems. I found myself wrestling with the subtle plane changes and values. Will do the portrait next. Hoping to learn how to simplify moving forward. Looking forward to learning with you guys! Happy new year
Figure from quickposes.com. Charcoal on newsprint. Self critique: I got the angle of the face slightly off from the neck. The chest is barely too long. Overall I’m proud of my cloth wrap texture, hair and hands since those are some of the things I’m overly critical of myself on. Any-who, all critique and feedback is welcome.