by SINE, March 17th 2020 © 2020 SINE

Done as part of a 1 hour class.

My current goal is: I don't know! I am an absolute beginner; I'm here to study the basics of rendering


You could improve your lines to be more confident. Try to draw them with one determinate handmovement instead of making 10 smaller ones. Using a pencil or something you can make lighter lines with could help with this to plan ahead. Picking up an anatomy book or just looking in the mirror would also help to get the joints and the muscles in the right place. My third advice is to keep up practicing and if you learn from your mistakes I promise you will improve. What I often do, is to look at the finished drawing and point out what I have done right and what I need to improve on. In my next drawing I try to focuse on these things.

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Polyvios Animations

Nice job on your rendering of your dancing/jumping figure study, SINE. One request: Why don't you do a caricature of your dancing poses in a 30 min class flipped vertically, please??

Polyvios Animations

Capn Anna

Looks great! The upper body is great but I can see you got lost in the legs a bit! But perspective legs are so hard and my own kryptonite so just keep practicing!!!