After a week I've jumped to 1hr sessions (from 30mins) Feels Great!!!

by RudeSprite, January 19th 2021 © 2021 RudeSprite

Done as part of a 1 hour class.

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

I've always had trouble with - over long torso's, Hands (Still do), and generally keeping limbs even and in line - beyond a static easy to read T-pose.

I feel like I've made phenominal personal progress from where I was before I started using this site daily.

I'd like to know where others think I should focus my efforts to improve from here? Any critique no matter how big or small is appreciated! I'm aware of my hands problem, and it's something I'm going to work on, but besides that?

Thanks in advance! <3 Zak

RudeSprite

This is an example of what I mean, and the standard before studying. (Also this was untimed :S)

Brian H

Hi Zak,

That's wonderful work, very lively and with a real sense of volume. Your work is really paying off! I know the reference for your 25 min drawing and it's real hard to nail, I wish I could do it is well as you can. But I think your looking for routes to improve, so here's what I identified:

Her left knee doesn't seem grounded, it looks like it's floating above the ground.

The right shin seems "broken" somehow.

maybe the contours of the face should overlap more for such an angle...

Again, great drawings, and I'm looking forward to see more of your work!

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