Can I get critique on my figure drawings that I did with the FORCE method?

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  • #26110

    https://i.imgur.com/6vrVXwi.png

    https://i.imgur.com/uVdPjqK.png

    There they are, uh, please critique me!

    • Daresom edited this post on August 21, 2020 2:16pm.
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    #26111

    I see you are using modifies stick figures. Great. You have gotten the actions shown by the figures. Excellent start. You are set to expand the figures to more realistic views. I don't know how much anatomy you know. If it is weak, you need stop & get to know human anatomy - muscle & bone structure. When looking at a human figure (clothed or otherwise) the knowledge of anatomy is really necessary. The internet has a lot of information on this subject. Make drawings of what you find (these will be good references for you). Remember: Practice makes better.

    #26112

    Alright thank you!

    #26113

    Nice job on your stick limb gestures, Daresom, way to go! Question: What is your current goal for today? Hope you'll find this a crucial question.

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    #26127

    although wonderful, they seem a little stiff. maybe work on being more fluid in the way you draw.

    #26143

    Hi daresom! These are looking good - your dynamics and movement are great! One thing that might help push the feeling of movement even further and help you draw more fluidly is if you actively try to use slightly curved lines for everything (except the hip/shoulder position lines), even limbs. Keep drawing!

    #26147

    Hi Daresom, I´m an instructor on DrawingFORCE.com. There’s a good sense of balance in most of your drawings, which is a good start. Your lines need more energy and fluidity. Use a brush with opacity and flow set to pen pressure so you can build up and vary the darkness of your strokes. This one’s too opaque for this stage of the drawing.

    What resources are you using to learn this method?

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