30 second gesture drawing
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Anubhav Saini
Please can anyone critique!! *Are the gestures fluid *Is it looking stiff
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sogeki
I think at least you have to scan it so people can see it clearly and can critique for you.
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Liandro
Hey @Anubhav Saini, so sorry for the late reply! . Yes, I think the gestures are fluid; . and no, it doesn’t look stiff to me! In other words, good job! I like the balance between simplicity and clarity you’ve been achieving with these! In my opinion, it’s a good-looking batch of gestures, and I agree with Andrew regarding the proportion aspect: over some more mileage, you should be able to be more aware of these size relationships during gesture. And, after all, proportion is something we can always adjust at later stages, so, as long as your gestures feel natural and alive, I’d say you don’t need to worry too much about nailing proportion on the first lines. As a suggestion, I’d say you could try playing a bit more with exaggeration, push the poses some more: think of the line of action and see how far you can take it while maintaining the clarity of the pose and the action. Hope this helps! Keep it up 👍🏻
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Andrew Joseph Keith
Looking good. The first thing that jumps out at me is that you might tend to make the torso and upper body too large compared to the legs. As you get more practice your gesture studies will start to capture proportion better so that’s something I’d look out for as you do more. Keep it up!
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William Horton
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