March 15, 2024 Page 1

by Riva, March 16th 2024 © 2024 Riva

I focused on the female form today. I've struggled with the feminine form in the past, and I still have a lot of work left, but I am happy with today's practice as I think my guestures are reading as feminine. I read some information regarding the Loomis method and I think that helped a lot. My goal is to eventually be able to draw the human form from imagination.

Polyvios Animations

Hello again.

Nicer job on your finer display on your poses and lines of action and silhouettes in your female poses yet. I absolutely admire your stronger job on all of them, except that the poses in solid drawing still need more force and flow and fluidity in them. Why don't you please free up your shoulders with 4 10-minute poses of females and males, all while starting off with a more basic gesture.

The reason why you could and would go ahead with this premise is because, to help make your poses of all sexes and genders can and will become less stiffer and more fluider and more livelier. For even more information on gesture drawings, please look into the 2 books from the Walt Stanchfield series, right here at this link.

Good luck to you from us.