Rosali 1

by Hayunb97, June 22nd 2021 © 2021 Hayunb97
Polyvios Animations

Great job on your dynamic but solid pose drawing, Hayunb97.

And I've got one tiny, smaller and littlest critique for you. Unless it's part of your style for that particular attitude, but the body looks or seems a bitty bit farthest too straightest and rigidest. Would you kindly like to loosen up your straights and curves the most with 10 minutes of 2 minute quick poses, all found in images of this link if you click here.

The reason why you could and should do this littlest suggestion is, as long as you download and study those images on that link above, your lines of action and rhythm will become the least rigidest and the most spotaneous, the most dynamic, the most vital and the most energetic.

Take the first step in faith.

You don't have to see the

whole staircase, just take the first step.

-Martin Luther King Jr.

Good luck to you, my hat's off to you, and I hope you'll find this quote completely and totally informative and influential.


I do thank you very much.


I'm not sure if this was a style choice, but if not, here a few tips I try to keep in mind when drawing.

The green lines are proportions to keep in mind. Obviously, every human has slight variations, but here are some estimations. Hip to the knee is about the same distance as Hip to the armpit when the leg is straight. And the crook of the elbow lines up with the indent of the waist right after the ribcage ends but before the hip starts. You can use this to create a circle-style length measure to ensure the elbow is placed relatively close to where it is supposed to be.


If you right-click on the broken image and copy the image link, then paste it into the browser you can see the picture I drew to help.

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