by SINE, June 1st 2020 © 2020 SINE

Done as part of a 30 minute class.

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

Polyvios Animations

Exemplary head, SINE, yet, I've got one tiny request: Why don't you improve your memory with your next 10 minute drawing of a face/expression, pretty, pretty, pretty please??? And you wanna know why???? Cause you'll be a little more faster, and a little more confident in making your facial and head sketches, feeling the least stiffest, and most fluidest, solidest, and liveliest. If you wanna improve your facial gestures and anatomies, and perspectives, make sure you pick up a copy of Sarah Simblet's Book, Anatomy For The Artist. It can indispensably and importantly help you out.

Hope that it'll be essential and vital.

Polyvios Animations.

P.S. Get that book, if you haven't already.


Hallo Sine,

i really like your creation :), I would recomend to check with a measuring technique to help you with your proportions. For example some parallel lines to see where the ear should start and finish and the eyes to have the same harmonical shape. But for 30 min its awsome :) keep trying and you will become soon really good :))

Happy to provide Feedback for you, and i am looking forward to review your art again and see your improvments :)

Greeting from Berlin


This looks almost like one continuous line, and I love it. It feels like it has a lot of energy and he looks pretty bummed. Good work. Keep it up!