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Again, I'll say what I think everyone should do when they have this sort of problem. Take a kneaded eraser, make the crudest little sculpture of that figure (it should be really easy to pull out two...
Here are the my latest life drawings.
I feel like I am getting better at...
You've picked a tough pose for the legs. Tough to draw, because of the foreshortening and the way the feet bend, and tough to pull off tastefully, because it's kind of crotch-centric.
That said, I...
Started this in inks ages ago after looking at lots of Austin Spare sketches.
Been re working it in Photoshop.
SAw these on flickr, and I am still loving em, love the way you use lead
and thanks for the comment at my thread, I had a hearty laugh heheh.
Fixed her face, I'm hoping by lowering her eyes to a more natural position it also fixes the look of having no forehead and too...
GOOD GOD! I missed so much!
Thanks for the crits, everyone! Means a great deal... thought I'd toss in some critique too since there's some VERY pretty stuff emerging here....
Poshspice: i don't see a perspective problem in your last wip, perhaps the jar in the foreground but nothing serious(at least to me, maybe im missing something)
love the feel of...
Oh noes, you got me started.
OKAY HERE'S THE THING.
Seriously. Pay attention to it! There were a bunch where the elbows were different distances to the shoulders! And it was...
Okay, we had a number of issues here. The first was the colouring - there's ways of handling contrasts that don't, well, don't contrast as much. As it stands right now, your background entirely...
Let's start by taking a look at your piece:
This is a reduced version of it, the same size as if...
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