March 13th, 2024

by Riva, March 14th 2024 © 2024 Riva

I used this class to focus on the relationship of the hips to the shoulders as that has been something I feel I have been less than sufficient with. Along that same vein, many of my figures have more masculine shapes even on the more female figures. I am focusing on finding what I may be doing in my gestures that might be playing down figures with a more feminine form.

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Hello again, Riva.

Nicest work on your range of silhouettes and forces of your figures, but when it comes to your relationships of your shoudlers and hips, even if you male proportions and angles are totally on point, but the average female tends to be more hip heavy than to be really shoulders heavy. Would you care to go for more drawing from the shoudlers with 108 minutes of 30 second poses, while referencing on the Andrew Loomis books online from Amazon or free PDFs. Male Model. Female Model. Creative Illustration.

The logical reason behind these three links is because of the basic reference points on how the female and male contrasts on how their bodies work out on average, as a way to help yourself to exercise your hands, brains, and eyes to help you observe the difference.

Thank you.