Figure Drawing Fundamentals
Figure Drawing Demo
Mannequinization Assignment Example 2
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hey guys I am new to this course may I ask what is stan drawing on the belly part? and Why he does that? Coz me personally saw some form on it but I dont think its so obvious. could i use a lighter line weight? And is it simply an artistic decision?
my mannequinization assignment. I think i'm starting to get it, but something's still feel off, i think it's the shoulder length. I need some critiques and feedbacks on this.
How do you feel about this messy quick gestural approach? Should I polish them? Work slower?
Just finished a second time practising mannequinization - far from great but I feel like it is getting easier. I would love some feedback!
This was so hard, I spent 30 mins just figuring out the robo bean before I could even start mannequinizing. I definitely overcomplicated the legs by adding muscles, which messed up the perspective in certain areas. And the knees…I redrew them a bunch of times and they were still off in the end.
I guess i am getting somewhere. I need some extra training with the hands feet and head. Faces in perspective is a disaster…
I tried to draw from a random pose after watching proko's assignment examples and this is how it turned out. While I don't think it's the worst in the world, everything just feels off. For some reason I just can't see the volumes and their perspective in the reference pose until I draw it and make a mistake. Is this a natural part of the learning process or am I doing something horribly wrong?
i feel my lack of ability in perspective and draftsmanship are really hurting me here.
Instead of diving into balance, I just practiced mannequins all week. I have a specific question: With the last two on the last pic (with the bow staff) I started with gesture, whereas on all the others I didn't. To my eye, they are the standouts because of that. I'm curious to see if they stand out to any of you as well? That would confirm for me the importance of starting out with gesture. As always, any and all other feedback is welcome and appreciated.@Brandon Miele @Jesper Axelsson