The more i am trying these 2 Minute Sketches myself the more i see the skill of Stan. Like you said they are really hard. I feel like my strokes should be simpler and more on point. Do you have an idea how i could improve these?
This week's mannequinization exercise! 💪 There is a strange no-man's-land in between gesture and mannequinization, which my mannequins call their home. But if they're effective (i.e., they successfully communicate volume, depth, and motion), then that's fundamentally a mission accomplished in my book. 😆 If you could offer any feedback on those, that would be neato. ❤️
This was my last assignment. Cant thank you enough Dorian for your awesome tutorial. I can see how much thought and love for details you put in it. Also your calm empathic way of teaching made this a special one. Only wish i had discovered it earlier. :-)
This was so much fun. It helps a lot with the "I dont know what to draw" problem. In a playful way the drawing idea emerges organically. Also for the drawing Ambient Occlusion and the Terminator Exercise helped a lot. Cool Exercise!
Hey there, artists! I worked on some mannequins this week and I thought I'd share! For clarity, #1 is from way back when I thought this exercise was gonna be about gesture. Then on #2 you can see things started to change, and then it was just mannequin (attempts) from #3 onwards. My mannequins are pretty simple for now, but at least I've managed to convey a real sense of movement and depth, or so I believe. :D What do you think? If you could offer some critiques or guidelines for improvement, I'd be very helpful!