Exceptionally quick and elaborate drawing, leahh, yet, I've got one small suggestion: Why don't you go for loosening up your basic human proportions in 60 seconds, all flipped vertically, pretty, pretty please, please?? The account why is because, 1. you will be soon able to break out quickly of your comfort zone of your figure studies, and 2. you'll be more faster and more confident of your gesture drawings and your overall understanding of the fundamental human proportions, and be more slower and carefull, too. Hope and have faith that it will come out.
u r very talented bro plzzz teach me your ways
Very nice energy! I am able to feel the pose that the figure was doing, and your linework in certain areas make the proportions realistic. A suggestion that I might add (and sorry if it is repetitive, this is my first critique) is following the natural curves and hardness within the body. I think that you captured the torso and breast plate of the figure very well, but when seeing the crotch area and legs, they feel a bit noodly. Try thinking about yourself doing the pose and how it would feel to have your knees on a hard surface, because it makes the figure look a bit like she is partially on the floor while her left leg does its own thing. All in all, I like the pencil use and the energy of this drawing! Keep going, and try imagining yourself in those poses!
Thanks, that's great feedback. I'll try it!
10 out of ten!
I like it its very nice
This is pretty good really. You are including the shadows and avoiding the "coloring book" sydrome which I'm bad about myself! Purpotion, etc. are all solid.
The only critique I can offer is the focus is to me shifting, I suppose, off of where your attention was going. It favors the details that caught your eye?
The line work just seems to be your "focus area" and the shades a subjective shorthand. Its really only a matter of "keep the whole pose" always above the components that could improve the gesture. Like the knees couldn't fit the base pose.
Yep, I'm totally guilty of falling for the details. Thanks for the critique!