Good morning Carrie May, and most greatest work on your female anatomy and gesture you've sketched out so quickly, the two things that I really love the best are the flow and rhythm of her lines, and how much basic but simplest construction in her seemingly natural anatomy.
But, my honest criticism is that the lines all seem too choppiest but the pose seems a bit farthest too rigidest to me yet. Would you love to go ahead with 5 minutes of 30 second warmups, followed by 6 minutes of 29 second warmup attitudes, using our custom class mode or custom timer?
The reason is because, if your first goal is to make your basic rendering of poses least stiffest but the most dynamic, fluidest, but liveliest. For most details, please look into a free PDF of the Vilppu Drawing Manual right here????
Our hat's off to you.
Hi Carrie May!
I love the sketchiness to this piece! I love the curves of the lower body however the upper half looks stiff I would probably make the neck shorter. I would also focus on the thickness of your pencil lines as it all looks slightly messy and hard to make out some of the details. I would start to outline the main parts where they interact with the inside of the body and make those lines slightly darker than the shading itself.
That's all I have to share, but keep going! It looks great! I wish you the best in the art community!
Man, I admit, you did such a wonderful job here with capturing the form! The posing, the shapes, the shading, all are incredible! While I can see where the others are coming from and seeing a stiffness in your form, try to exaggerate in areas. Such as the bend in the back; exaggerate it just a bit to give it a more curved look to it. I know how hard it is to try to stick to being as accurate as possible! You are absolutely on the right track here!
Keep it up!
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