Have a good day all of you

by Cartoonistahn, February 5th 2022 © 2022 Cartoonistahn

Done as part of a practice session with poses of 3 minutes in length.

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

Gardner Littleton

I think you have a great understanding of how to positon things on the face already! I'd reccomend looking into the structure of the skull, having some skull sketchs and the shapes that make up the skull on the side while you're practicing faces. Morpho by Michel Lauricella is an awesome resource and has some great breakdowns of the skull! I'd reccomend checking that out, (it's free on the internet archive right now) and work on getting the structure of the face down through understanding the skull. This way you can strengthen your understanding of where things are positioned. That's what I would suggest based off of what you've given us so far. Otherwise keep on drawing!

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thank you Gadner!


i found the book : ) ! yippee

Gardner Littleton

Absolutely, and may it be a fruitful resource haha!


it really helpful
Have a nice day!

Rainy Scissors

Hi! Since someone already commented about the skull, I wanna recommend you a youtuber to improve your anatomy. Richard Smitheman's Videos are all about so I wanted to tell you that. I wish you luck in you journey!

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Awesome Thank you Rainy ! : ) I just subscribed

Polyvios Animations

Good morning, Cartoonistahn, how are you doing today? Greater job on your forces and forms of your face and expression. Keep up the greater work. I love how lighter your touch you've really incorporated so much.

My tinier, littler suggestion is that your forms are looser and lighter, but they don't seem to come to life enough to me. But otherwise, your forms are more than competent. Would you kindly be able to draw more larger and longer shapes and lines with 5 minutes of 60 second faces and expressions? You'll constantly improve your understanding of faces, heads, and expressions. For more than enough info, look this up. It can help you.

My hat's off to you.

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