Figure Drawing Fundamentals
Figure Drawing Demo
Quicksketch Assignment Examples - 2 Minute Poses
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The left image is in 30 seconds. The right image is in 2 minutes. I tried drawing for 30 minutes today. It was difficult!
2 minute gesture sketches I did the other day. I want to get really good at Gesture Drawing. Will come in handy when planning out my animations. I have a lot to learn. :)
2 minutes from the poses in this video, more or less in order. Very difficult to focus on flow without completely giving up any semblance of accuracy.
I just started this course a few days ago and tried some 2 minute gesture sketches. I would appreciate any feedback or criticism on my work so far.
I am an absolute beginner and I am not sure how long to practice the first two quick sketch assignments (30 sec & 2 min). When is it time to move on?
Here are my 2 min quick sketches from today. I was trying to keep in mind the 3d forms of the figures while trying to have some flow. I’ve been trying to do quick sketches daily for the last few weeks. I do think going steadily in the course and coming back to quick sketches with what Stan showed in the later lessons really helped with these. Especially with getting a better understanding of the form of the figure. Any feedback or critiques on what to work on would be really appreciated. Thanks for reading!:) References from quick poses medium charcoal pencil on rough newsprint
For some reason I think I did the colored ones better than the pencil work which I tried to make a gesture drawing. I wanted to add less details as compared to the colored one. I would love to know what my problem is through a critique
Here's my second crack at 2 minute gestures! 1-10 are 2 minutes, the rest are 1 minute. I tried incorporating some suggestions of form when I had extra time in the pose, but I'm not quite sure I'm on the right track, and can't tell if they're adding to the gesture. Feedback on any aspect of the drawings would be appreciated, thank you in advance!
I feel like I'm getting better at volume. The line quality is not where I want it to be and I often end up running out of time. But the gesture and flow in my figures is showing more. Any critique is appreciated.
here is my 2 minute gesture quick sketch exercise. I’m still trying to break the habit of only apply lighter line pressure on the paper when I’m drawing faster then usual. I hope I can improve on my line confidence as I work through the course. any further critiques are welcome!
Howdy! Gesture's something I've got experience in, but still struggle with for a number of reasons (i.e. trying to do everything at once, a lack of developed knowledge on drawing fundamentals, etc.), so any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Hello! I want to share with you my first cycle of gesture drawings in 2 minutes. These are not my first attempts, as I watched the free version of the lesson before buying it. I'm not sure if I've done a good job; sometimes, I believe that I focused too much on the volume of the figures rather than their motion. However, some of the drawings seem balanced and capture a good expression of motion. I'm not just open to any critique, but I crave them! I have numbered the pages if you have any comments on a specific drawing.
Hello! I would really appreciate any feedback, I'm a newbie and don't even know what to look for. I sometimes retry when I know what my mistakes were or do corrections to keep in mind for future drawings, but I'm sure there are also things that I'm not seeing. @Jesper Axelsson I saw some of your critiques of other people's homework and I found it super helpful! If you have the time if you could please take a quick look at mine and let me know if there's any obvious mistakes that stand out. Also, full disclosure, my "2 minute" gestures are more like 10 minutes most of the time. It has gone down slowly with practice, and sometimes it's 6 or 4 mins if I've warmed up and it's a simpler figure. But I still definitely need a ton more practice. Do you think this is good enough to move on to the next videos and lessons? It's hard for me to tell. Thank you! :)
Was getting burned out with drawing so I made a despising that helped. I wanted to start being able to draw armor so I would do a 2 minute pose then turned it into a mannequin then added armor on top of it. It made it more enjoyable.
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