Robo Bean Assignment Examples - Twist
1.st attempt is observation only 2nd is watching stan do it 3rd is again only observation. I would really appreciate feedback on these as they are quite challenging. If you check mine i'll gladly check yours :)
my attempt at twisting robo bean, i hope i can get some critiques on this, i have a little bit of hard time determining which "plane" of the box is showing.
Done as my daily exercise. I paused the video and tried this by myself first(drawings with red As), and did it again while watching Stan's examples(marked with blue Bs). Omg my example 10 totally looks different from what Stan did.
I don’t understand the robo bean that starts on 11:50. Why does the bean end up looking like that I’m just not seeing it
Hello everyone, If any of you have the time can I please get a critique for this twist. Ive been practicing for awhile but still cannot understand the concept of the twist. Where did I go wrong? During the bean or the boxes? Here is the process of this pose from bean to robo bean. Thanks!
My robo bean tilt and twist exercises. The second from left, bottom row, is the last twist pose. l tucked the pelvis under more than Stan did.
can someone explain the last robo bean to me? i feel like i don't understand why its that way.
Finding I'm about 60% right on how to do the twist...which has meant that at least the top or bottom face wrong, meaning it should either be facing down or up when its facing the opposite. I think this comes from my fundamental challenge with seeing the tops of shoulders or the side of a body and instead I'm seeing just the top of back and probably discounting the bend of someones head forward or backward, which actually maybe a good indication of you can see the top face of the top or the bottom face. The last image posted attempts to show how I can in the future, better asses if I'm seeing the top face of the torso or not at all.
I’m having trouble drawing twisting forms. Like twisting figures, boxes or other geometry. I feel this is what’s lacking in my robo beans and gestures. I guess you could say I can’t wrap it around my head.
Here is one of my many pages of robo bean practice, I tried focusing more on the twist in this page and I am having a bit of trouble on it. Can I get a critique and any advice on how you guys approach this twisting method.
These are by far the hardest assignments i practiced with, at this point in the course. I had to draw my way through 23 exercises before finally getting the correct point of view. My process is: i pause the video before Stan starts drawing and i take my bet with the assignment. When i'm done i watch how Stan did it and correct my drawing as a reference for the future. Apart from my lineart, what i struggle with is to find the correct position of the landmarks. (I'm planning to redo all of the assignments again until i get them right.)
Seriously, I’m so glad I watched the Robo bean critique video before finishing the set. Marshall’s comments on boxes really helped me figure out the relationship between the round bean and the boxes. You can see how much cleaner and confident the lines are afterwards (left). If you haven’t watched it yet go watch that video first before finishing the rest of your robo beans!
It's very hard to self-critique while working along with this video because I feel like Stan changes the position of the boxes to emphasize the gesture, but because of this I cannot tell if I'm correctly identifying the landmarks. For example, in the second image I was not expecting to see Stan indicate the top plane of the bottom box because in the reference, the angle between the PSIS and ASIS appear to slope slightly downward so I was expecting to see a sliver of the bottom plane.
Hi everyone I hope your all doing well. I just started with the Robo Bean lessons this week and I was hoping to get some feedback on my practice drawings, any kind of critique is welcomed.
I find it difficult because sometimes the poses seem to be exaggerated in Stan's examples, and other times they aren't. There were a few poses I paused and started again because the gesture or proportions were way off. I think I have a tendency to make the boxes too thin and too short. I struggle with the line work looking muddy because I'm not yet used to overhand grip. Would appreciate any other feedback please. Thank you
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