Eric Young: thanks for the tips i really am struggling with figures at the moment I'm to set in my old habits i guess kidult: constantly trying to, thank you for the nudge in the right direction.
Attachment 1339292 Night shift was okey not much trouble,
just got home actually should be sleeping right now
but id thought id post a few drawings i did on the
train to and from work mostly studies,
edited in random fashion in photo shop
from snap shots taken with my crappy phone
Took a break the past few days had a huge incident the other day
todays quickie daily sketch group mech Armour wearing kid thing
got so much practice to do, things to learn its not funny . . . Attachment 1342584 about 30min no reference just jamming it out
Good to see you doing Bridgman, Adrian. Your drawings look pretty good and I can see you're starting to think more in masses. I'm currently going through his stuff too, once again. You always pick up new things from that book.
I'd suggest you try drawing few (gestural) figures from mind or reference afterwards to see what you learned about the masses of the body. Then check back to see what you didn't really get. Repetition is the key.
ismo : exactly! I gotta keep being pro-active and more clinical/critical of what i do. I do try some times with out deliberately setting out to implement past studies its weird it gets ingrained into the mind, example below.
JUST GOT HOME Some sketches on the train heading to work and on the train back from work, bed time now . . . night shift . . . .