Monday 26 Oct 20 - Practice 001© 2020 Ksari46
Done as part of a 30-minute class.
My current goal is: Improve at correctly capturing the overall proportions of the human form
I do realize that. I think it comes from the fact that I do a lot of technical work, so everything has to look exact. Maybe I have to free my mind up from being a manufacturer.
Love the direction you are going with, ksari46, again, that's very good.
Still I've got one small recommendation: For more info on overall proportions applied to the bodies in motion: Please look this link up?
Why?? Because, it has some more simpler notion on how to differentiate the comparisons and contrasts of different body types.
Hope it's been extremely and totally beneficial.
I will give it a look!
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hi, kisari46. i see you're trying to learn to construct the figure. you're a beginner based on your profile, so please keep going!
i don't have advice for the figures -- most of that is just visual memory, practice, and knowing how the body works -- but i do have something to say, and it's about your lines.
you're doing them all in one go, which is a good thing to do. but i can tell by their wobbliness that you're not very confident about them and going about them slowly.
i would recommend speeding up! everyone has their own pace where they're comfortable -- i myself draw very fast, just because i get impatient, lol. the faster you go, the less likely you are to wobble. i find it useful to just start with bold, final lines, but some people prefer sketching lightly and going over them later, once they have a good sense of the finished piece.
i hope you continue! drawing is a lot of fun.