by Noobuu24, August 18th 2021 © 2021 Noobuu24

Done as part of a 1 hour class.

My current goal is: Better understand human anatomy, so I can render imagined poses

Aunt Herbert

Very disciplined, sticking to the curriculum. I would add centerline and browline to the head, to indicate orientation.

Polyvios Animations

Marvelous business with your figural drawings I see, Noobuu24. Great job on your relationships (proportions and angles).

My bigger issue with these drawings is that some of the lines are too scratchy and itchiest, and I'm not getting too much of the greatest fluidity and line proficiency. Would you like to loosen up and liven up your strokes and days with 2 hours of 2 minute poses to draw out? (60 drawings for 2 days)

The generalization, generally, is because, your human anatomy will be the least contrived, and the most loosest, free-er and expressive in your poses from your imagination. For the most further details, be sure to look into the physical copy of the Bridgman Drawing From Life book from Amazon. Besides, it'll be the most totally helpful.

My hat's off to your goals.

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