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  • #10037

    lenickosg
    Member

    Hey! I’m new posting here. Critiques will be appreciated.
    I’m building a habit and this is my 55 days in a row doing gesture drawing on these website.
    I have done them every day in class mode on 30 min long.

    This is my first day

    This is today practice

    #10044

    Jardiel
    Member

    Hey, Lenick! Whats up? I think that gestures are very cool, and Im happy that you are drawing has 55 days, keep practicing :). A tip that I can give for you are think before put lines on paper, I see a lot of lines that could be resolved by one line.

    #10045

    lenickosg
    Member

    Hi Jardiel! Thanks you a lot for the tip I’ll try it at today practice

    #10047

    Sanne
    Moderator

    Hey Lenick, I agree with Jardiel. :) Got any updated sketches for us?

    #10066

    lenickosg
    Member

    Sorry i’ts been a busy week for me.
    That was my yesterday practice.
    I tried using a ballpoint pen and I love it.

    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by  lenickosg.
    #10070

    lenickosg
    Member

    #10075

    Sanne
    Moderator

    It’s good to hear from you again! I’m digging those sketches in the second image. :D

    As for thoughts, there are some wonky perspective going on with some torsos from what I can see, like there is a misalignment between the rib cage and the midsection/pelvis. It may be slightly over dramatized? The rib cage is still attached to the spine and can only stick out so much, I think it would be worth paying attention to in your next sessions.

    Keep up the good work! :)

    #10076

    lenickosg
    Member

    Hey! thank you for your critique. The thing is that I don’t know about anatomy. I just press the “start” button and draw. But I will try to keep it in mind.

    #10095

    Sanne
    Moderator

    That’s alright! You might want to try and do a few studies on skeletons to get a better sense of what the bone structure is like. If you understand that, the rest will become easier too.

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