I just restarted drawing. Any feedback is appreciated

by Aricool, July 2nd 2020 © 2020 Aricool

Done as part of a 30 minute class.

My current goal is: I don't know! I am an absolute beginner; I'm here to study the basics of rendering

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I love how solid your hands look and feel, but I've got one little critique: In 2 parts: First, I see some a little bit of some extraneous lines. Why don't you be more bolder and more confident in line economy, pretty please? Second, why don't you do your next hand drawing in 10 minutes, pretty, pretty please, please?? The reasons why is because, one, your lines will be more clearer and crisper; and two, your forces will be the most well rendered. Deem likely and have trust that it'll be a great success.

Polyvios Animations


These definitely look like you picked up drawing after a while, which is a good thing since they look like solid hands. I suggest you practice your strokes a little more and put more confidence in them rather than doing over and over them to get to our desired shape. If you feel you are out of touch you may go over the course that teaches how to imagine the proportions of the human body better using lines of action along with the ones with hand proportions. You may start with just the simple outline for the palm and can add the stretch marks and nails as you get more comfortable. Take your time to gather confidence in your strokes, speed will come. Good luck :)

Tx Williep

nice hands. Keep practicing them. Practice makes better. You might want to add feet. Also, practice the whole figure. In doing the whole figure, start with a simple stick figure and delope from that.

Practice makes better. So practice, practice.

Wendy Pevensie

Hi there, I am no expert so my opinion shouldn't count at all lol,

But I liked your drawing, you did a good job in the two-hand-drawing, you didn't do round fingers as we are all used to do, and that makes those hands more realistic!

Maybe you could improve the pinky finger of the two-hand-drawing, in that position. But I think you did a great job :)

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