1 Hour session of 5 minute poses

by Fell O Fell, May 24th 2021 © 2021 Fell O Fell

I've been taking it slow during figure drawing sessions to try and figure out what felt right to me when I'm trying to draw a figure. I'm really happy with how I've been presenting them lately, but I also know that I have a long way to go. Starting tomorrow I'll be cutting down the time to 2 minutes per pose, but I would love to get some feedback and advice!!!

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

0johns Art0

These are amazing!! Keep it up. I love how it doesnt look stiff.

For some advice maybe try working on adding muscle definition and slightly crosshatch or shade anyway you want, to show the perspective and shadows of some features of the body. :)

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Polyvios Animations

Fell-o-Fell, that's an amazing job. I love how those forms and forces look and seem less stiff, and more fluid and flowing and organic.

My tinier, little nitpick would be that I'm not getting enough squashy-stretchy organic feeling and appearance in thosse poses above in perspective. Will you please free your hand up the most with 160 more minutes of 30 second figure drawings? (All/not all flipped horzontally and/or vertically)

And do you wanna know why? It's because that it's just my small suggestion, and if you do it, your poses will become the most organic, the most cartoony, the most funniest, and the most organic poses you'll ever see in your career/life!!

For some more details, look at this new video right here:


Cheers to you, and keep up the good work.

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