Eep! Oh, those catis soo cool! Are you going to do a comic with that? Would love to see that.
Good thing to do draperys! Some of the way it falls looks unlogical though in places.
I don't know if it helps but I always try to imagin where the fabric would stay rigid, wich is cause by something underneath lifting it in one plae and how it then as it gets further away from that spot isn't supported anymore and falls to one side or just flattens out.
Meaning, most lines are staright and even when they bend the form is not really curvy but consists of shorter strokes.
Yay drapes! I was thinking of doing such studies as well. ^^ It's looking great, but push the tones (And remind me to do the same). Hope to see some bridgman studies soon too, can't wait to see! Draw more!
"The marvels of daily life are exciting; no movie director can arrange the unexpected that you find in the street." - Robert Doisneau
"I think that each work of art when stripped to its bare bones is essentially a 'connect the dots' picture." - Me
Bridgman's drawings are a little tricky to read occasionally.
Haha, how about all the time? His drawings are a little tricky to read but if you let your eye just look at the picture it works. I don't know how, but it does. However I do like that you're taking up your studies. More more more.
I also like your ONE enviroment...now less Dead Space, MORE DRAWING ENVIROMENTS!
Nice work there! Maybe try some perspective studies to help with enviros. Photo studies are good too - specially if you dont colour pick em but mix em yourself. One national geographic should probably provide you with a bunch to study
Tell me about Bridgman!! I misattached the levator scapulae for about half a year before I got Stephen Rogers Peck. Haha.
Anyway. Bridgman is really more about learning to think in masses and break up the body like that. Volumes, cubes and sphere's more than triangle, circles and so on. (lLOVE Peck btw.)
That interior IS sweet. Inspires me to do that too, just that I suck az perspective. :/
Oh, Carl Dobsky to the rescue.
I've said it before and I'll say it again, Bridgman is real stylistic! But his style is really helpful (I say this now 'cause I stopped being stubborn ) . He somehow teaches fluidity, which I don't think anyone is supposed to be able to teach. It's something you're supposed to come by.. And he also shows you how to break up the human form into shapes, as Digitally said.
Here's a PDF of his "Complete guide to drawing from life"