10-27-2020 1 min_2

by BPHarr273, October 27th 2020 © 2020 BPHarr273

Done as part of a practice session with poses of 1 minute in length.

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

Tx Williep

You got a lot done in 1 min. If you want to learn proportions, look it up on the internet. There is a lot of information on this subject. Continue to study feet and hands. I have looked at your other drawings. It is a good thing that you have done all that work. Do not stop now. Keep it up.

Polyvios Animations

Very greater, greater, greater, and greater job on your 1 minute sketches, BPHarr273. Very greater!

My comment on that sketch is to keep it up in your first 59 second drawing sessions of 10, pretty please? With this video below?? https://www.

The reason why this can help you is as a result, you'll get improved results on drawing the gestures with your whole shoulder, rather than your wrist.

Hope it's been completely and totally improving.

BPHarr273

I do appreciate your feedback, as well as the video. The only caution I would make about your feedback is that you seemed to assume that I was drawing with my wrist, when in fact, I actually do draw these gesture drawings using my shoulder motion, as I was taught. While I do appreciate the critique of the work itself, please do not make any assumptions about the way I actually go about drawing.

Sabres

liked your streamy delicate line

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