by Zorrak, February 7th 2023 © 2023 Zorrak

Done as part of a 30 minute class.

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

Polyvios Animations

Good afternoon, Zorrak, how do you do today? So, greatest works on your gestures and dynamism and forms in your figures. Please do keep up the greatest works.

So, these forms and forces don't seem too pushed enough for my view. How would you like to 10 minutes of 5 minute poses, but also use a mat knife and a block of sandpaper to sharpen your graphites? Please keep in mind that you need to be careful with the blades, but also, work under adult supervision.

Didn't mean to waffle a bit, yet the reason why is as a result, for two things: First of all, is to get your forms and forces and silhouettes least stiffest and the most dynamic and liveliest, and second to get the most instantly lightest touches in your edges.Ditto like I'd mentioned the tip above, you'd get a lot strongest idea on how figure artists traditionally sharpen their softest pencils, but otherwise, settle the one and only option for the greatest beginners, the handheld or electric pencil sharpeners that you could find in places like Amazon, which you will find here. And also this video right down there.

So, take care and I hope these have been completely and totally concrete and beneficial. Have the nicest day.


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