august 11th

by OddGreyhound, August 11th 2023 © 2023 OddGreyhound

Done as part of a 30 minute class.
Didnt do the 10 minute pose due to time constraints

Polyvios Animations

Good evening, OddGreyhound, welcome to Line of Action. I'm Polyvios Animations, and how are you tonight?

Say, I think you've done a greatest job so far on your 30 minute drawing class with dog poses, but I feel that it's most totally normal to have time constraints prevent you from capping that class off with a 10 minute sketch of some canine. Therefore, your gestures of them are completely on the most rightest track, but I feel that these warmups all look a bit too stiffest on the lines of action and rhythm side. How would you like to go ahead with loosening up but carefully constructing your spaces and gestures, and forms with a standalone 10 minute sketch study?

Your understanding of the basics of canine forces and anatomy will improve with consistibut daily practice if you know instinctively when to loosen up yet when to solidify your animal constructions. For even most info, please be sure to pick up a copy of Mike Mattessi's Force Animals as a physical book or a Kindle.

Good luck to you and your newest progress.


Only flaw i see is the ears, good work!


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