5min 06062021

by Hayunb97, June 7th 2021 © 2021 Hayunb97

I began with 30s, 1m and 2m warm up.

More practice but critique for improvement.

Thank you


I think you need more work on your proportion, your perspective is ok but it also needs a little bit of work,you should also think about shape an gravity,(how certain objects hang,or move in certain areas).Your hair for example,you should not put as much pressure as you did and try not to make it look too squashed 🧡 Good luck on your journey to become a wonderful artist


This is pretty good for a 2 m drawing. I can see that you understand how gravity works and the various muscles. Keep practicing.

Polyvios Animations

Greatest job on your deep perspective pose, Hayunb97, that's a mighty swellest job on your figure perspective.

Well, if I was to suggest you a completely and totally honest critique, it would be that some of the perspective and proportions of the organic shapes, spaces, and forms, are just a teeny-tiniest bit to forced in the line quality and shape quality. Would you like to kindly loosen up your longest and largest of the lines and graphic shapes and spaces with 3 minutes of a 2 minute, 60 second, and 30 second attitudes??? (all flipped vertically) The reason why is because, your foreshortening, perspective and proportions will become the least stiffest,and the most dynamic, energetic, and fluid.

My hat's off to you, and I hope you've found these completely, definitely, and absolutely encouraging.

P.S. I would recommend sketching out with peeled wax crayons.

Aunt Herbert

That pose is quite tricky, in so far as it practically combines a portrait with a figure study. And 5 minutes for a detailed portrait is already short. I would suggest in such a situation to abstract the face to only browline + ears, centerline, hair and chin, and concentrate on drawing the figure first.

And that figure is also quite demanding, with the extreme foreshortening of the torso. You would have to nail the clavicles and shoulder joints and muscles first, as they dominate the pose from that angle. In your draft the neck is offset to the right, which makes it hard to decipher the anatomy of the shoulders.


Thank you very much!

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