Great job, napaurelie, great job on your 30 minute drawing class! Keep up the great job! If I were to give you much more feedback, I would really clearly say to do a figure study in 20 minutes (1200 seconds), would you, please?
BTW, thanks on your post.
Cheers to you,
P.S. Are you familiar with line-speed-beauty, or not?
Thank you for your response !
I certainly will try a figure study in 20 minutes soon !
I didn't know about line-speed-beauty before, but I just checked on the Internet. So I have to work on doing perfect studies, then make them perfect and quick, and then add my artistic touch, is that it ?
Try drawing the indiviual body parts by themselves and then connect some of them once in a while.
Not sure how much daily practise time you do, but I do a minimum of 3hrs thru out the whole day and night that i am not at work or eating.....put in the practise time is what alot of us are telling you beginners and save the not so great early pieces for comparision of later.
Honestly It depends on what you are going for. Your drawings a little stiff. I would go looser and not focus too much on muscles in these quick ones yet. I would focus on doing the "bean" on the torso and the line of action. For classical feel free to draw through the form (you focus a lot on the outside contour). You can darken the countour after selectively. A good excersize for this is try not pick up your pencil when you do the gestures. For animation style definitely focus on that line of action and make the contour line as long as you can.
edited this post on September 19, 2019 11:34pm.