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  • #26444

    Hi everybody,

    I did practice in figure drawing lately but I haven't posted them awhile on the website.

    But I do want to share some of my gesture drawings and may I request a few critiques please?

    I did 30 minutes on hands and feet, and 30 minutes on the figure drawings.

    The charcoal ones are the 30 seconds and 1 minute ones, and pencil are 5 minutes and 10 minute ones.

    I would very much appreciate your critiques and thank you for you time :)

    Here is the link to some of the photos:

    https://gomsermari.tumblr.com/post/636133005663010816/croquis-for-november

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    #26446

    Excellent job on your figures, hands, and feet, Eunlan, especially on your gestures and proportions!

    So, if I was to give you a completely honest suggestion: it would be to please go right into the lines of action with 34 minutes of 30-second poses? The reason why is because, as a result, your hands, feet and figures will have a more unprecedented range of movement, like you've never done before or since.

    Hope it's been completely and totally constructive.

    #26447

    Hi Polyvios Animations,

    Thanks for the feedback, and I'll try to do the 30 second poses the next time I do gesture drawings :)

    I'll keep that in mind tomorrow when I do them.

    Thank you!

    #26457

    Hi eunlan!

    You have a very expressive line and that is nice, but i feel like you are lacking in structure and understanding of volume

    i recommand you watching and trying to follow some videos about gesture drawing like

    or

    or if you can spend money i highly recommand brent eviston's gesture drawing course on udemy, there are sales often and it's really cheap especially considering the quality of it.

    i also feel like your shading technique is a bit messy and i think you should learn what i said above first with no shading, i think learning structure first will make you understand crosshatching better, then you can add shading, i promise it'll be easier!

    i see a lot of potential in you, if you work on these just for one or 2 weeks your drawings will look amazing i'm sure you can do it :)

    have a nice day!

    #26462

    Hey Teberik,

    Thank you for the suggestions about volume and structure!

    I really appreciate it and I'll try to watch and try these when I practice.

    Once again, thank you for the critique and I'll try to draw more from here :)

    #26470

    you are welcome! keep it up your drawings already look very nice

    • Teberik edited this post on December 7, 2020 9:48am.

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