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some hand structure
some life drawings and stuff
some life drawings
folds and life drawings
Right, as I promised! Definitely progressing, I think you can see that yourself from the first page until now. Here are the main things which 'strike' me first. Maybe, because I'm still struggling as well with them.
- head structure - try and do basic head construction, maybe 25 a day or till you get to 100. I'm thinking Michael Hampton construction. Take care at determining the angle of the head and then use that as a guide to set the features in (after construction) properly. Example is, the heads in post #222, the eyes have a different angle to the head.
- figure - I dare to say it needs more balance, sometimes it seems they're kind of floating about. Zero gravity ftw!
- I also get a feeling that the figures are way too 'rounded' (latest one is a bit better). Remember the hard x soft x hard x soft etc. transitions. Ex. Chest(hard) belly (soft) hips/pelvis (hard) etc. Maybe try doing some Bridgeman studies, more blocks connecting with soft transitions.
And maybe draw around the form. I know it's ridiculous to hear it from me, but I get a sense you're rushing sometimes and being impatient. Think and then draw.
Anyway man, keep it up, you're getting there!
drake: ty, yea I need to slow down and think
You can see definite improvement from when you first posted! Even from the top of this page through to the bottom I can see that you've worked out shoulder proportions a little better. I'm liking these new face studies. I would suggest ramping up the studies on the faces so you keep a good balance with your figure studies. Keep up the good work!
something from portrait class, painting is finished last week, drawing is from today's session
digital for a change and heads
Ramalooke: thanks got to agree with you about imaginary work
some perspective and movie screenshots
composition and screenshot study (colors are bit off)
richard schmid study and doodle