Hey guys! I bought today premium version of drawing a portrait! Haven't started watching yet but I draw a portrait before. I didn't try to copy exactly like it's on referance but I would like to know if there is something wrong? (I'm sure it is). I am very excited that this course include hair drawing because I don't really like the way I did it. I am trying to draw at least one portrait and I will post one after finishing this entire course. Please leave some feedback, I will appreciate it a lot :)
HI I just started this course and really like it. I have never post any of my things but thought i would try it i hope i can get some CC thanks before hand :)
Hi, here are my latest portraits. Except for the last, all done on a small A5 sketchbook. What do you think ?
Proportions are off on the second portrait. The first one is better, but still, I'm making the head too tall each time. It might be caused by the fact that I'm not looking at my drawing exactly from the top. I'll try again later while being more careful about that.
Hi, here is a portrait I did on watercolor paper (had fun with the pencil so did not paint it). Any critique ?
Here's a study I drew; the focus is on proportions and volumes. If any of you have some critique or some advice on what I should focus on next, I'd appreciate it!
Hello. I'm new here. Trying to navigate the 3D head. It only shows the side profile with the corresponding names, numbers. Or the numbers are hidden if I rotate the head. Any suggestions please?
Hello. Is Stan active with his students providing feedback and critiques? Or does he have any teacher's assistants that do so? Or are we on our own when it comes to judging our own progress, and catching our own mistakes as we progress through the course?
Hi! In your lessons do you provide types of tools that we will need before starting?
URGENT CRITIQUE - Can someone verify if this makes sense? I am not using a reference, and I know I am a bit blind to errors - subtle and obvious. This is a commission, so if someone can help as soon as possible that would be great. (( Also, this is supposed to be Kid Cudi, if you can also help with capturing the likeness that would be much appreciated )) ((( ***psssstttt @Stan Prokopenko )))
My first attemp. Portrait sketch, have plans to make it bigger... and better of course
hi there as you can see I start in strong blocking out the shapes fair enough and I am actually happy with it but as I continues past it I seem to forget an stage or rush it I don't really know what that results in ruining my practice and i don't seem to get it even with practicing over and over again what do you suggest ? tnx for your feedbacks 🙏
After going through this course I wanted to do a finished piece in oil after doing Nicolai and Morgan in graphite. This course has helped me a lot, if there’s anyone reading this and debating if it’s worth it… put the time in and you won’t be sorry! I’m excited to learn more and keep grinding. I’m always open for advice and critiques, please feel free to share your thoughts. This is an 11x14 gesso primed canvas. One of the cheap value packs. Wishing now I used something with more quality…
I haven't yet done the lesson on the mouth, ears or hair, but I wanted the experience of taking an art piece from start to finish. Luckily I found this reference where the subject is behind a window. I was hoping for some general feedback and points of improvement. I am aware that the eyes are different sizes. This frustrates me and I need help on how to avoid this. I felt like I spent a long time measuring and working through the lay in (and checking it) but I still did not notice until it was too late. Any help on that or anything else would be appreciated.
Hope to get some feedback 🙏 Tried some random faces out of insta in ink and tried to render it with hatching … thanks a lot!