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by SINE, February 13th 2021 © 2021 SINE

Done as part of a 1 hour class.

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

Polyvios Animations

Hello there, SINE, nice job on your rendering of the forces and forms of the figure studies!

Well, if I could provide you a totally honest suggestion, it would be this: I love how looser, lighter,and livelier your solid poses are, but I don't see enough life in your poses. Why don't you please free and relax yourself up with 120 minutes of 60 second attitudes????? (120 x 60/60, 7200/60=120 gestures)

The reason why you could do this suggestion is because, it would and could, and should encourage your goal into helping you caricaturing and exaggerating the lines of action and rhythm. Good luck from me to you, and I hope you've found this completely and totally elucidative and supportive.

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Oshahe

Not bad, I really like the shape you have going on the right. I can definitly see the the motion and the volume in both figures. Well done!

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MQubed

The rendered shadow on the woman's left (our right) is well-done: it reads with substance and depth. One suggestion is to look at the SHAPE of the shadow and/or negative space (the shape formed by the woman's upraised arm, shoulder and hand for example). And, keep drawing regularly!

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