Untitled© 2022 Roxana Mihaela
Done as part of a 2 hour class.
My current goal is: Better understand human anatomy, so I can render imagined poses
This is a nice, expressive capture of the pose!
You seem quite confident with the lighting, I can also see that you've tried simpifying the figure by breaking it down into individual shapes. I would recommend sticking to it more, while maintaining the flow of the pose. Try drawing a single line to as reference to overall energy of the pose, maybe even imagine how the model felt when the photo was taken, and then build blocks based on that line, try to remember which joints move what way. Lastly, in all seriousness, watch some videos of nude people moving around.
You're doing great, keep it up!
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Good morning, Roxana, how are you midnight? Greater work on your comprehension of the human anatomy, so you'd be able to draw it from your total memory. Keep up the greater work indeed.
Yet, I've got one smaller request: I love the lines of action and of rhythm, and of balance, yet I'm still feeling my way yet. Would you please kindly free up your dominant whole arm with 1 hour, 3 minutes of 28 second poses with brush pen? (3780/28=135 brush pen sketches) If your next goal is to make your human poses look and feel more natural from memory and imagination, except they look like ink paintings, then I critically validate you to do that. And for even more tips and tricks in drawing fundamentals, click here please. Good night to you.