by Ramosmig, March 28th 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. Make them feel at rest and as though they are occupying space.

Bonus points if you can identify the song I was listening to.


Nice...no clue on the lyric...seems familiar yet can't pinpoint, figure perspective looks good but make sure anatomy point line up correctly....like the upper arm in the foreground is too short and so is not in proper perspective with length and size of the arm in the distance. ;)


I really like how much attention you gave the muscles, especially the near leg! I don't know if I can give any advice on making things more fluid, since I'm not great at that myself, but I have found that using boxes in constructing the figure is a good way to give a drawing a sense of being solid. it really helps simplify perspective and shading, and helps define the most important shapes. A lot of your lines, especially in the torso, are very rounded, and it gives the impression of a series of bubbles strung together rather than one object. A lot of this stuff I learned from Proko, so you can maybe check out that youtube channel if you want to see what I mean.

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