Anatomy study

by Asparagus, September 12th 2021 © 2021 Asparagus

This one doesn't feel so bad. Tip for myself to not forget.
1. Being conscious of every mark you make on your drawing.

2. Don't be lazy. Give attention to all parts of the drawing.

3. Take your time to concentrate.

Polyvios Animations

Greatest job on how much you've used planes to illustrate tones or values, asparagus. Excellent work. So far, so good.

Needless to say, my sincerer critique could and should be that though the spaces, edges, relationships and lights and shadows have kinda fell into place, that I'm totally not getting enough of the boldness and audacity in the gestures of your perceptions. Would you please be able to drop your caring over the final product, and really, really have lots of fun with the process, though 10 minutes of 30 second figure drawing studies from Adorkastock and some Michalangelos online? (20 figure sketches and drawings)

The reason why you would and should need to do these is because, it can and will be of great use to you and your studies, like when you want to see how your studies move and act.

Good luck, and my hat's off to you.



I feel the legs are the strongest part of the drawing because it keeps the gesture. You can feel the legs falling. However, it is my opinion you lost the gesture in the latter/ bottom half of the drawing.

Maybe you got too focused and sucked in? It happens to the best of us.

Keep going!

All the best,

JCML Fine Art

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