by Cartoonistahn, March 21st 2022 © 2022 Cartoonistahn

Done as part of a practice session with poses of 2 minutes in length.

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

Giovanni Espinoza

i think you are going on the right way understanding the human anatomy.

a few years ago, a friend of mine recomended me "TRIDIMENSIONAL DRAWING" by Andrew Loomis, it can help you to aplique perspective to the figure drawing.

Greetings from Chile

Polyvios Animations

Good morning, and welcome back, Cartoonistahn, I'm Polyvios, how are you? I'm still getting a lot of humor and feeling very much on your gestures and forms of the human figures. Very good work, and keep up the great work.

I've got one smallest and most constructive criticism for you: I love your cartoony poses and gestures from the 60 second poses, but they don't look or seem satirized enough to me. (sort of) Would you kindly loosen up yourself even the most with 4 hours and 50 minutes of 1 second warm-up poses? (17,400/1=17,400 poses) As a result, your poses and attitudes will be able to get jaw-droppingly and over-the-top extreme in the guts of your drawings, especially if you're working extremely scribbly. Don't worry if your drawings are so scribbly that they don't look instantly readable, but live the process and love it, as long as you slow down and be careful with your touch up drawings. Learned it from the Man Vs. Art Podcast with Don Bluth. He talked about how Disney inbetween animator, which I'm sure you haven't heard of, is Johnny Bond, and how he did about 45 Donald Duck inbetweens in 60 seconds. You don't really have to draw that many pictures that fast. Just a simple idea (60 seconds/45 drawings=about 1 second) Click on this link here,and here,and here,aaaaand....here.

Good luck to you, and I hope you've found these things completely and totally helpful and beneficial.


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