Ariana Fabela
Ariana Fabela
El Paso, TX
Art student that never thought could draw. Art requires more patience and dedication than talent.
Michael Millan
Hello Everyone, I hope you all are doing well!! Here's my attempt of the side profile. Any feedback is always appreciated it. :)
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Ariana Fabela
Hi Michael! I agree with Bradwynn, you're lower thirds seem to be a bit smaller than the top, this might be the case with some people as Stan points out, but usually you want your thirds to match in size. I like how smooth your lines are, though. No hesitation and you seem pretty confident, I think that will help you a lot along the way. Great job!
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Michael Millan
Hello Everyone! Here's my attempt on this assignment. To me, it doesn't seem like he's looking down. What can I do to improve this?
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Ariana Fabela
Hi Michael! I think your exercise is very good, and the only reason I think it doesn't look like he is looking down is because the eyes are looking directly to the front. As the eyes look down, they seem smaller. I noticed that Stan's model is almost part of the straight line as the circles of the eyes are almost in line with the rest of the eye. Hope that helps a bit 😉
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Ariana Fabela
Side view exercises 🙃
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Ariana Fabela
Adding down view
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Hemanshu Bhojak
Any feedback appreciated. I think my hand is a bit heavy and the initial construction lines should be lighter. I guess that will improve with practice.
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Ariana Fabela
You are right, your hand will get accustomed to the pressure needed for the lines as you go. I think it is a good start, I just think that the bottom is a bit too wide for the model we are drawing, but people have different shapes so things should get clearer as we start going through features.
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Ariana Fabela
Having fun with the process! This reminded me of spacial visualization, or the ability to mentally manipulate 2d and 3d figures. I think this is a great exercise to train the brain for weird postures that are not the typical front profiles.
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Warren Bonett
Starting out with the Loomis Head. A long road ahead. Great tool.
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Ariana Fabela
Very good! I really like how you shaded your heads, I think it helps separate light and adds even dimensionality to the exercise. I'm going to integrate that in my exercises as well, good idea! 👍
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