10min/20min 3/27

by Ramosmig, March 26th 2020 © 2020 Ramosmig

Done as part of a 1 hour class.

My current goal is: Reduce stiffness and make my drawings feel more dynamic, energetic, fluid


From what I have seen and read the key to improving flow, reducing stiffness, and making things more dynamic. Exageration and curved lines are important. The figure holding the stone if you exagerate the curve of the back slightly it may look less stiff. the back was one of the fist things I noticed. The other figure her arm is very strait to the point i have difficulty seeing the elbow.

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Excellent work, Ramosmig, excellent work on not just your sketches, but also, your sense of humility. Yet, I've got one smallest request: Why don't you do your first 30 minute class mode with all your figure studies, all flipped vertically and/or horizontally, and/or grayscale, if you please? And do you know why? It's because, your line and shading qualities will be your better ones that round. Hope you'll find it extremely and totally helpful.

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