35 min sketch

by Rashuneagle, April 13th 2022 © 2022 Rashuneagle

Done as part of a 1 hour and 30 minute class.

My current goal is: I want to focus on learning and understanding perspective and implementing it into my drawings

Polyvios Animations

Good afternoon, Rashuneagle, how do you do? Great work on your figure gestures, structure and silhouette. Very intuitively worked out in terms of perspective and foreshorting, just a little bit. Otherwise, they're all fine. Keep them up.

They look perfect to me, except that you'd have to show your work in terms of organic gesturing and the horizon lines and such to make the pose more perfectly readable in terms of proportions and angles. Would you like to please loosen up your perspective and foreshorting with 1 hour of 1 minute (60 second) poses? The reason why you would do this idea is because, your perspective and foreshorting will become less slick and more raw and spontaneous in your statement in the pose, if you could and should caricature it for the humor and emotion of the pose. If you're curious about the perspective life poses, check out this link please.

Hope this is totally and extremely helpful and beneficial.

A Wolf 06

Hello there! I can tell you really know your shoulder anatomy, and a lot of the upper body feels really solid. I think it would be really good to add a little bit of the same solidness in your depiction of the lower body; what I usually do is think of the pelvis in terms of a bowl, and how the bowl angles also determines perspective of the body. I can tell you really worked towards implementing perspective in your drawing, but what might give it a boost of realism is thinking of the body in terms of weight: sort of like leaning on one leg, where the weight of the body shifts from one side to the next.

You can do this!!


Hello Rashuneagle, nice try, if your goal is have a better understanding of perspective to draw the figure i think you shoul first focus on drawing simple shapes and forms, like spheres, cubes, cylinders and cones, also merging this shapes to create maniquines and more complex forms. Also it woulndt hurt practicing lines work by making lines curves and elipces.

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