10 min

by Hayunb97, May 23rd 2021 © 2021 Hayunb97

10 min timed practice but then I pause the timer. A little skittish. It was 9 min

Pls critique

Polyvios Animations

Great job on your pose so far. So far, so good...!

Well, moving forward into the future, I feel that using the pause timer is OK for you, just once, but not more than once. Would you please not pause that timer ever, with working 163 minutes of 2 minute poses of the figures?? (all flipped horizontally, and all sketched out completely blind)

The reason why you could do that is because, it can, shall, and will help you come to terms with your right side of your brain, to help you see and observe your gestures and motions in your poses. And, if you wanna know more, make sure you check out the 2 Betty Edwards Books: 4th Edition of Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, and, Drawing on the Artist Within.(if you can find a copy of those two titles at your local and/or online bookshop)

My hat's off to you,

Polyvios Animaitons


Thank you so much!


I can't reconcile that left arm with any foreshortening or angle. Maybe you were feeling the corner of the paper crowding you?

I do that myself, so I don't have any specific advice to offer.

How to fit the drawing to the paper when you haven't drawn it yet? Maybe someone else has an answer!


its very pretty, but the hands looks a little weird

Sanne - Site moderator

Can you elaborate on what makes them look weird and how to possibly fix them? :)


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