30min Figure drawing

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    I have been working on figure drawing fairly consistantly. I would like to know how I can improve, perhaps some exercises to help and what I might be doing well.

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    #30188

    I like what you did, it looks cool. maybe you can improve the rhythm of the lines.

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    There are some good tips, It helps me a lot.

    blessings!

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    #30201

    Welcome aboard, Musical Squash. I'm Polyvios Animations, and how are you doing today?

    Greater works on your range of forces over forms of your figure poses. Completely bold but powerful in terms of the gesture against anatomy, and therefore, just gonna say it out loud: All of the organic forms don't look or seem looser enough to me yet. How would you like to free up your dominant and non-dominant hands most with 30 minutes of 2 minute figures with each hand?(15 poses per hand)

    The logic behind this littlest feedback is, if you go for loosening up your hand and shoulder muscles, then you can go for the right and left halves of your brain, but trying to go for more flowing but fluidest lines, rather than rigidest lines. For even more info, there are lots of gesture drawing YouTube videos for you to get inspired by, so here's this one!

    https://youtube.com/shorts/tvKEGcjQTAQ?si=mRaUFdHJzT5aSdu5

    Let's hope these have made most sense.

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