Back view examples and 1st image is mannequins from imagination, which still has issues in the arms and connection of legs to hips, but I enjoyed the process.
Hello there people! I hope you're having a great day. This are some daily studies for the mannequin lesson. I see now that the connection between torso and pelvis is not quit right so I'll be more carefull. Any feedback is appreciated!
Hi, Since I am spend the last year with gesture drawing to start a figure drawing, it is difficult for me to start with geometric shapes like in this videos. In this assignment I start with gesture for each body part and add than the form. gesture has burned into my mind :-) Hope this is no problem :-) Which advice can you give me? Thanks for any feedback :-) George
Although my goal is to paint with oil paints from portraits to faces to figures and especially landscapes,(hence why I'm doing both courses from drawabox*free ver.* and this one is a bit draining but I can endure it surprisingly.) I tried to draw this figures from imagination and of course it sucks buuut I had fun with it. I'm one of those people who'd need assurance of one's own drawing skills before they paint with full leisure I know it's really bad as they usually say to paint everyday& experiment w colors but I still want to draw freehand cool sketches from imagination or draw interesting landscapes also from imagination in a sketchbook. Being self taught in painting especially oil painting of all mediums I could've picked is quite intimidating and terrifying as a girl who reads a lot about art history..but when I started taking watercolor it's the medium where I understood color far more deeper and it made me excited than I thought so I'll stick with watercolors for a very long time and do little oil paint session if I can and come back doing oil painting full time even if they appear to have the opposite way of preparation, pigments, etc. That is all, sorry for the long message hoping nobody read this=3=
This assignment takes a long time, I practiced a lot and still don't get it right... here are a few of the results. Some of them drawn along with Stan, some partly of my own with corrections. (laid out on about 60/80cm space) I also took a little break from it and learned etching from a friend, which was fun. Will come back to mannequinization again later. Hopefully with better results.
Mannequinization study number 20. I've very much enjoyed these exercises, some solidly hard ones in there, but I think I'm getting a better understanding of the general structure.
Mannequinization study number 19. I think this one is more simplified that the last two. That's what I'm after. Sometimes I think I try to record too much information, losing site of the basic underlying structure.