10 minute female

by Aunt Herbert, May 15th 2021 © 2021 Aunt Herbert

Done as part of a 30 minute class.

My current goal is: Develop my own signature drawing style (advanced)

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Nice job on your female nude, Aunt. Way to go. Nice throwback to Wilhem M. Busch. In terms of brush, ink and black watercolor?

So, if you would help yourself improve your drawing techinque, then it would be to help loosen up your signature drawing style, with 30 minutes of 60 second quick nude and clothed poses, of any and every sex, could you do that, with think link here?:https://andreasdeja.blogspot.com/2017/07/busch-lithographs.html

The reason why you should do this suggestion is as a result, your brush works will become even more cartoony and lively, in terms of your figure poses, and your influences, and to make them less stiffer, and to make them more well-proportioned, dynamic, vital, and energetic. Great luck to you.

Aunt Herbert

Well, the fact that all these images are female is a bit of random chance. I have the filter for my lessons set to full random. That's just what the algorithm selected for the final images of my last lessons. And no, I didn't use watercolor for the nude. The cartridge in my brush was running dry, so I dipped the tip of it into my coffee to squeeze out some last strokes while the clock was still running, so it's all ink, just some of it a bit diluted. About the 30 minutes of 60 seconds,... I do that, a lot. The problem is posting it, as I don't see much value in cramming 30 tiny scribblings on a single page. When I draw 30 ppl, I use 30 pages, and scanning and uploading 30 pages takes a good bit of time. Tomorrow, sunday 05-16 I have a pretty full schedule, so I can't promise much, but I can upload 30 1-minute poses by monday at the latest. Wilhelm Busch is certainly a man that I much adore.... thing is, I work as a geriatric nurse in Germany, and Wilhelm Busch is a real phenomenon, because every elderly German, no matter how debile and demented they become, can always quote whole stories and poems of Wilhelm Busch by heart. Even if they don't remember what they had for dinner, where they are, or who they are married to, start reading the opening verses of "Max und Moritz" and they will all join in! I'll try doing some Wilhelm Busch copies, too and post them here. Haven't tried it yet, but nice idea. By monday, I promise!

Polyvios Animations

Thank you for the feedback.

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