recent 30-second and 1-minute sketch exercise

by Yuxin Zhang, January 28th 2023 © 2023 Yuxin Zhang

Done as part of a practice session with poses of 60 seconds in length.

In the recent 30-second sketch exercise, I tried to draw the dynamics of the characters with simpler lines. In today's exercise (DAY27), I tried to use a colored pencil to describe the movement of one minute, and use the surrounding line to show perspective.

My current goal is: I don't know! I am an absolute beginner; I'm here to study the basics of rendering

Polyvios Animations

Good morning, Yuxin Zhang, how do you do? Greatest job on pushing farthest of your exaggeration of your poses in various decencies. Please keep up the greatest work.

But, I'm still not getting enough of that fiercest tension in your largest lines of action, especially. Would you please like to do 15 minutes of 29 second scribble poses? (about 31 scribbliest nudes and non-nudes)

The reason is as a result, your lines will look and feel mostly like free-est, loosest, lightest, longest, largest, and liveliest as you can and will ever get. For most details, look at this link on Chinese Watercolors here. These images there can be clicked on and downloaded to your hard drive.

'So, my hat's off to you, and I hope you'll find these completely and totally encouraging and informative.

Yuxin Zhang

Oh my goodness! Thank you very much for your evaluation and suggestions! I will definitely try this method in my future practice! I'm very sorry that there was an issue with my website earlier and I couldn't log in for a long time, so I'm only getting back to you now.

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