Hi! I would appreciate any feedback or critique. Thanks! I didn’t have the materials fr a BG. Would pastels work? Idk, but I have no clue on H2 draw hands and feet. This was hard. I took about maybe 3-4 hours. I don’t know what else to add. I learned to start with a linear lay-in of the shadows. I’ll probably do another one of these.
Hi! I've been learning balance for about 3 days. Here are some things I've learned. I would appreciate any feedback, and please fill in the gaps of my limited knowledge. I mainly struggled with creating action poses, so I'll mainly talk about that. Action poses are usually unbalanced. It usually consists of one leg (or support) being up and the weight of the person being moved forward to around the leg. Walking and running are just controlled falls where we fall for a little bit and then catch ourselves. The main component of action poses I've noticed is the lean and tilt of the upper body. In my studies, you'll notice that most of the poses have some sort of tilt to them which makes it look more like an action pose. Without the tilt, it looks kind of balanced. Making the person lean forward will move the center of gravity which makes it easier to make it unbalanced. Also, for finding the center of gravity, I saw a video by Ahmed Aldoori where he found it by creating an oval/circle for the main mass (pelvis, ribcage, head) and found the center of that circle. It helped me alot. The video was a recent RefWed. I hope this will help someone! Thanks for any feedback!
Hi! I did 12 drawings using the landmarks total. The landmarks I saw are usually marked by a dot or ellipse/circle. It didn't seem too hard during it. Tbh I'm kind of proud of how it came it out although it definitely has proportional errors. I was mainly focusing on trying to put the landmarks in. All other lines were just to draw the rest of the body. I appreciate ANY and ALL feedback. Should I move on? Thanks! Goals: Try to learn and apply the landmarks. PS- While doing the drawings I used a screenshot from the Youtube video of all the landmarks as dots. I used it to make sure I did all of them.
Here is some of my structure practice! I've done Draw A Box Lesson 5 before, so this wasn't too challenging. It was honestly fun! After watching the critique video, I realized I mostly used organic forms. Proko used more hard-surface forms than I did. Although, my drawings don't seem flat to me. Onto landmarks I go! I appreciate any and all feedback!
Hi! I started Proko's Figure Fundamentals course this Monday, and ngl I've kind of been speeding through it. I'm not purposefully going fast, but I seem to understand the concept kind of quickly. Although I think I understand it, I might not actually understand it (which is why you get critique from others). Goals: - to understand the relationship between the pelvis and the ribcage - the be able to draw the gesture and the squash and stretch of the torso Trouble Spot: The TWIST. It is/was hard to grasp. The clip from about 5:10-7:30 in the bean critiques really helped though. I try to now think of it as if I were looking at these two ovoids which one would be in front on what area? I also like to think of what the person is doing and imagine the pose. From there, I follow the gesture. I appreciate all critique. Thanks!