Studying Gesture from Master Studies
My first try was the same George Bridgman. I think the hips are too wide and he's a bit on the short side. I like this exercise.
I chose a drawing from George Bridgemans Complete Guide To Drawing From Life, and made the sculpture in one sitting. It took me 1 hour and 30 minutes.
I chose some master sketches from the great Bill Watterson for my gesture studies; feedback appreciated
I tried to do this absolutely ridiculous pose based off a Loomis gesture. I think I probably could have pushed the gesture farther, but I didn't realize that until I had the photos in front of me. It was fun to try and figure out nonetheless.
Hi, Andrew. For the kneeling man I used a drawing from the Gottfried Bammes book Anatomy for Artists, and for the other two I used photo references. The left foot of the standing figure should be lifted a bit more, but I couldn't get it to stand properly for the photo. I call the trio "People in despair" :D. It took me a little over one hour for each figure.