July 22, 2019 2:38pm #4089
I looked at your 30 secs, lau, and I see some pretty unnatural stick figure lines on some poses. I’m sorry. But as for your 45 second sketches, they all look and feel natural, and all don’t be natural. Did you just draw them with your shoulder and not your wrist?
Here’s a tip, After your 45 sec drawings, why don’t you just do some more 30 s sketches with your whole shoulder, please?
Thank you so much.
Polyvios Animations.1July 22, 2019 2:30pm #4088
I looked at your sketches, totoro3y, and they say that you’re doing fabulous on your 30s-5m drawings. The reason why you’re doing a 5m+ Drawing is that you’re so green at it. So after your 30 min class, why don’t you try another 10min Drawing, please?
Thank you ever so much,
polyvios Animations.1May 31, 2019 10:24pm #3879
Nice Doodles and Sketches of your animals, but in order to be more than really fluid with your animals, why don't you try drawing one in 10 minutes, if you please?
Have a great evening.
PolysAnimations1April 28, 2019 6:12pm #3794
I looked at your sketches, Cecibart. With all due respect, you really need and want to get the flow and natural quality of your figure studies. Why don’t you try to practice them in, first, 59 seconds, then 1 minute twice, please? Thanks, and the checked ones say you’re on the right track. And here’s some advice, the less time you spend on a drawing, the less lines you’ll put down in your drawings.
Polyvios Animations.1December 29, 2018 7:36pm #3399
Hey, Kim. Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Poly. How are you? I'm fine.
Listen, you're doing a great job. Now, I have to answer one of your questions. I think that, in the scenes and environments tool, that 30 second starting place still makes sense, and I feel that it does, if you're new into drawing composition, backgrounds, and perspective.
Let me try this out and I'll tell you what I think. How about all of you?
Thanks and have a great New Year.