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by SINE, March 3rd 2021 © 2021 SINE

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

Polyvios Animations

Hey there, SINE, nice job on the gestural construction drawings, of the hands. That's very marvelous job!!!!!!!!!!

Yet, if I was to suggest you some constantly important improvement, I'd leave you this: I love how fast and much more looser your lines and shapes and spaces, are, but I really want to see more of it. Would you please go for 137 minutes of 18 second hands and feet??????????? (137 x 60/18, 8220/18= about 457 hand and feet poses, all flipped horizontally and/or vertically) And while you're at it, make sure you check out this video below:

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The reason why you could, and totally should go with this suggestion is because, though this video futhermore would be of greater use to your goal, it can give you a greater advantage on give your loosest lines, the most lightest touches to them. (especially when it comes to hands and feet)

Good for you, and your current goals.

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Soysaucewhale

Hello SINE.

First off, its a little difficult to make out exactly what these drawing are. I can see a few hands and figures in there, but a few words describing what they are can go a long way with helping others critique your work.

The only thing I can offer is that I don't see any structure in your drawings. There are lines that show the silhouette (edge) of your form, but there are no lines in between. To make a convincing drawing, you should break down the subject into simple 3D forms. An example would be turning the fist into a box, or the thigh into a cylinder. I would suggest Drawabox.com as a resource for further learning about 3D structure and perspective. It is also an excellent source for a beginner.

I hope this was helpful. Thank you for posting your drawings! Not many beginners have the courage to do so. Keep up the good work.

-Sawyer

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