female w/ fabrique

by Aunt Herbert, June 9th 2021 © 2021 Aunt Herbert

Using lines to indicate poses, tones and surface structures, while keeping these three clearly separate....

it still feels like walking through fog. One moment I think I picked up speed, next moment I hurt my toe on some unseen obstacle

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Very, very marvelous job on your draped study, AuntHerbert. Keep up the good work on your half-drapes.

So, if I were to provide a sincerely great critique is that, though your pose's silhouette and outline are perfectly realized; the drapery, too; but however, I'm not getting enough of the caricature and exaggeration of that pose and that gesture of the drapes and tones. Would you please like to exaggerate and satirize your drapes and tones with an hour of 30 second quick poses of nudes and drapery and wrinkles? (120 pose drawings, all flipped horizontally and/or vertically, and/or normal) And while you're at it, please check out Burne Hogarth's Dynamic Wrinkles and Drapery PDF?

The reason is because, though it can help you out on goal, if that current one is to help out on making your tones, wrinkles and drapery less stiffest, and the most cartooniest, vitalest, and the most energetic. For more info, kindly check out this link here, it can help you out. https://johnkstuff.blogspot.com/2008/05/wrinkles-were-actually-studied-in-art.html

Good luck to you, and I hope you've found these completely and totally supportive and helpful.

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