Draw ANY Head Type with the Loomis Method – Part 2
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Day 14 in studying the Loomis method 2 weeks of drawing heads Tell me if I had made progress with my Loomis head drawings
Day 12 in studying the Loomis method First picture is me drawing along with Proko the Second picture is me doing it
Some exercises, I wanted to focus mostly on head forms and angles. Features need a lot of work as I still don't know how to place them properly, these are just for reference.
Young aspiring artist here,, I tried the loomis method and made some girl faces w it (and kinda adjusted some stuff to match my usual style), tips and criticisms would really be helpful!!
Some of the heads in the lesson. I did the heads wrong a few times, not sure how to make it looks like the reference. Especially the nose, I had difficulty make them in the right placement. Any critiques are welcome!
A bit of practices using people from the video as the template. But overall the Loomis method seems great, I've always had issues with face proportions.
Gave it a shot with a bunch of different celebrities. By the time I got to Bob Saget I was pretty tired. I think in some of them I didn't get the thirds right. Like Elizabeth's bottom third might be too short and Brendan's bottom third too long. I didn't really add features because I was more focusing on head construction. Anyway, if anyone has any feedback I'd appreciate it! I'll probably revisit these heads and draw them again including features later on in the course.
Hi, I've been struggling with eye placement and the level of the eyes. I know for front view and side view the eyes are placed in the middle of the head. But with other, more complex angles, i have difficulties determining where to place the eyes. Especially the level. I've been trying the 1/3 between the brow line and nose line. Is this a good method? Thanks.
Had a go practising some loomis heads of different shapes , with help from the drawing the head and hands books. Really good fun study :)
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