Would love Feedback!

by Jimm, June 22nd 2020 © 2020 Jimm

I took about a week break from my figure drawing. I came back today and wanted to do a single drawing and try to really capture all aspects of the reference.

I feel pretty good about this one, but I'd really love any and all feedback on how I did and could improve!

Done as part of a practice session with a single pose of 30 minutes in length.

My current goal is: Improve at correctly capturing the overall proportions of the human form

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I'm so loving your latest figure storyboard, Beardly, regardless, I've got one smallest supplication: Would you like to be alright if you would do 2 more 29 minute 59 second illustrations of the bodies, pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty please, please, please, please, please, please?????? The reason why is due to, your proportions will become even more than smoothest, even more than slickest, and have the most nicest appeal to it, when it comes to edges, spaces, and relationships. Pray and pray that it'll give you a very perfect outcome.

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Thank you very very very very much! I appreciate your feedback!

And I definitely will do more of these!


This is really pretty, and looks awesome, the only things that confused me were where she is and her stomach. For the first one, I see the curves and folds of fabric which is really good looking but is she on a bed or something else? The second one is a bit harder to place a finger on, she looks a bit malnourished and staved. One last thing is her feet, for the angle the we see her it seems like we should not be able to see the toes on the far foot. Thank you for taking the time to read this and I hope it was useful.


Firstly, thank you so much for your feedback! I really appreciate you taking your time to help me out!

In answer to your questions:

Yes, she is on a bed. Additionally, the model was in fact quite skinny, and the angle the model sat on the bed (as described in my sketch above) pinched weirdly in her abdomen. It was a very odd pose, and I can definitely see places where I could do better next time.

Again, thank you for your feedback and for your time! Happy drawing!

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