Exaggeration + Robo Bean
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andypandi
Feedback is highly appreciated :)
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Gabriel Kahn
Hey there! Wonderful work! I really like your gestures, but when you start to go for more detailed stuff, your lines get a little bit too messy. Try to focus on that a bit.
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oliver lindenskov
Your gestures are looking pretty good, I think! :)) When you do exaggerate, though, you have to look out for the balance of the pose. If you are doing an active pose or a pose where the model is not standing/sitting this isn't as important. If you draw a straight vertical line (on a standing pose) from the pit of the neck (front view) or close to the 7th cervical (back view) it should fall in between the legs or in the middle of the ankle of the weight bearing leg if the weight is predominantly on one leg. You can see this in the poses you attached. If you look at the exaggerated gesture on the second image you uploaded (the one where she is leaning forward, looking behind a curtain) it would help the feel and balance of the pose if you moved the legs further to the left for example. Hope this helps :))
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andypandi
Just to be sure I understood correctly, what you're saying is that if I draw a vertical line from the neck, it should fall between the legs or the middle of the ankle, which means that the pose is balanced? Do I always have to make sure that this is the case?
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Serena Marenco
Hi Andipandi, you did a nice work whit exageration sketch :)
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Granny Piner
I love the first picture you sent. However, there is room for improvement in the second one, Some of the boxes you draw do not follow perspective rules (for example, the bottom box of the non-exaggerated figure) . About the two complete drawings in the second picture, I think you should use more confident lines since it is not necessary to draw a complex curve in one go. Finally, (this is more like a question than an feedback) I love your references, can you show me where you take them from?
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andypandi
True, the boxes look weird and my lines show that I feel more confident with the first approach. I'll work on that, thanks! My references are from the free videos that remain on Vimeo by CroquisCafe, mostly past Figuary events. I'll share a link because it's hard to find: https://vimeo.com/channels/figuary2020
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Gannon Beck
Looking good. More than giving you feedback on the specific drawings, I want to give you feedback on your approach to your development. The fact that you are drawing every day in a systematic way, is huge. You have good study habits, which will take you far. Keep going!
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andypandi
Thanks! ^.^
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