March 12th, Page 1

by Riva, March 13th 2024 © 2024 Riva

I noticed I was not getting the proportions right this time. It was always little things that I noticed further on in the figure that I got wrong.

Polyvios Animations

Hello again, Riva. Welcome back!

Nicest works on your strongest display of gestures over your lines, shapes, and forms of your figure sketches, especially your males and females. Yet, if I was to be the most nitpicky about your relationships, is that the forces over silhouettes still need the most pushing farthest. Would you like to please go ahead with 107 minutes of 1 minute poses? (107 quick sketches)

So as a result, your proportions can and will become the least stilted and the most dynamic, gutsiest, and mostly spontaneous in your results. And if you need to get most intuition in your relationships, please draw mostly from the underhand position with your pens and pencils. For most exercises, please look into a free PDF copy of the Vilppu Drawing Manual right here.

I salute you!

Jammin Jem

You really get the energy of the poses down in your practice! I believe a way you can improve is to establish the relationship between the ribcage and pelvis in your figure drawings. I notice you use a circle to mark the position of the pelvis, perhaps you can also quickly sketch in an oval, rectangle, or similar shape to mark the position of the ribs as well? I think that may help you more accurately capture the proportions and relationships between body parts.