Man, I have not posted on CA for a long, long time.
Here's some drawing from imagination :
i know perspective is off . . . i just think if batman had a choice it would be cat women.
Drew this girl from imagination.. her face is kind of weird, I think, but then again...
Amazing work here, it's much harder than it looks! If anyone could give me a critique or some help, I'd really appreciate it, thanks.
Getting back into doing figure studies. Catching glimpses of nice clear shorthand. Need to work on line quality, also simplification.
It helps to remember that the form concepts always remain the same, just the angle you see them from changes(eg, the head does not completely change from the front to the back views, my mass concept for the cranium, neck, ears etc. is the same, only the relationships in space change.)
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I love the stuff posted here and I want to get better at drawing from imagination. I post a lot of images here (some of the are rather old), if it's too cluttered tell me, I'll remove the old ones. Here's to a hopefully regular future participation of mine!
i love it when i see the process of creation
Here's my first one here. I think it took some 20 minutes. Ok, I'm slow, I know.
Here is a drawing I did from my imagination, the figure is pretty small -just a little over 5" tall.
hi, I really like those poses! great foreshortening
I have to do something in class while I listen to my art history teacher drone on about the Rococo period
Quickly done yesterday,I can instantly see the problems with hind sight -Tensor Fascia Latae etc.....but thats what memory drawing is all about.The leg drawings are A4 the back drawing though in the same note book is A5 scale.
Todays 30mins drawing, again far from right but how else can you learn
Sorry to bother, but I didn't want to open a new thread for my tiny question. I'm looking for some good ressource sites faces, like different genders, ages, ethnics...google didn't really help me.
Thanks a lot .
Hi, I was really fascinated with the drawings here so I tried one for myself:
I've been concentrating about the anatomy for over a month now.
I didn't use any guidelines or references for that one so there'll be a lot of mistakes there.
I'm 17 and never went to any life drawing class if that's an excuse
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Hello, new member here, I'm eagerly seeking feedback on some figures I've drawn before I move on to trying to design outfits and such.
Like the previous poster, I haven't had the privilege of life drawing lessons before, so I try to study anatomy closely and get as much critique as I can.
the 2nd Image I want to post is a kind of large so I'm linking from somewhere else.
Thanks in advance, I appreciate any feedback!
Look up Michael Hampton's book: www.figuredrawing.info
I really should start posting in this thread again. Quite good at figure construction, but mine tend to be a bit stylized. Time to sink my teeth, and re-engage.
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Some of my first attempts at the body without refrence. I'm finding that life drawing is really helping me with these. Any advice would be fantastic. Thanks!
There is always a lot of things to learn from mistakes however the knowlich to find them is more important.
Constructed and rendered from imagiantion. Playing with core and cast shadow.
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Sounds fun. Here's a pose I was inspired to try.
And I like memory drawing too, looking at the model for a while and then doing a drawing from memory.