5mins suit

by Dessertknife, February 17th 2022 © 2022 Dessertknife

Done as part of a practice session with poses of 5 minutes in length.

My current goal is: Reduce stiffness and make my drawings feel more dynamic, energetic, fluid


I very much enjoy how you captured the folds in the fabric, and the pose feels dynamic and fluid even though it's relaxed! I would love to see you play around more with line weight, there's a lot of different ways to approach it but some common ones are to give things closer to the viewer bolder lines, or to give bolder lines to areas that are more bony or more muscular. Hopefully that is helpful to you or gives you something to experiment with, if it's not helpful please ignore it!


Yes it is helpful! I am always struggling controlling the line weight.

Polyvios Animations

Good evening, Dessertknife, it's me again, Polyvios Animations, how are you doing tonight? Say! Youre doing a far greatest job on your gestures of your cloth wrinkles and drapery of the figure drawing. Keep up the greatest show.

So, I'm-a gonna give ya one smallest constructive criticism: I love your orgainc gestures and quick sketching, but I'm not getting too much of the organic quality in your drawings and poses. Would you like to go ahead with 1 hour of 1 minute poses with clothing and drapes? (60 wrinkle and drapery poses) As a result, your poses and wrinkles will become the least stiffest and the most dynamic, energetic, and fluidest. Though I'm afraid they're gonna get a little bit lumpiest, but it'll be all worth it once you do yourself a 1 hour class mode of clothed and nude poses, to make the wrinkles more sturctural and feeling flowy. For most details, look into this link to bookmark and download the images for you to study, copy, and warm-up and exercise. Hope this helps you out the greatest.

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