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  • #27613

    Way to go, JianPhoenix, so far so good! Excellent job on your gestures, lines and spaces, thus far.

    My criticism for you would be that though your anatomy is far more recognisable in your 5 and 10 minute attitudes, in terms of the "scalloped pail" for your ribcage, yet I'm not getting enough of the freedom of flexiblity and TLC (tender loving care) in the overall anatomy study. Would you kindly please check out the human proporiton guide illustrations in the Andrew Loomis books; for example, Figure Drawing for All Its Worth & Successful Drawing, in PDF and book form online?

    The reason why you would and should do this thing is as a result, you'll improve your relationships of the human bodies with time. Though your first attempts would be a bit too stiff and blander, you'd constantly improve over time.

    Good luck to you.

    Cheers.

    Polyvios Animations.

    #27612

    Way to go, JianPhoenix, so far so good! Excellent job on your gestures, lines and spaces, thus far.

    My criticism for you would be that though your anatomy is far more recognisable in your 5 and 10 minute attitudes, in terms of the "scalloped pail" for your ribcage, yet I'm not getting enough of the freedom of flexiblity and TLC (tender loving care) in the overall anatomy study. Would you kindly please check out the human proporiton guide illustrations in the Andrew Loomis books; for example, Figure Drawing for All Its Worth & Successful Drawing, in PDF and book form online?

    The reason why you would and should do this thing is as a result, you'll improve your relationships of the human bodies with time. Though your first attempts would be a bit too stiff and blander, you'd constantly improve over time.

    Good luck to you.

    Cheers.

    Polyvios Animations.

    #27576

    Well, helloeveryone, that is sure a mighty admirable job on the repetition of drawing that same pose over and over again. Greatest job indeed.

    So, if I was to totally and positively suggest a critique or two, I could, would and should imply that though the gesture is really, really, really budding in that pose, but I'm not getting enough of that looser and most gestural quality and feeling with that anatomy. Would you please be able to loosen up your dominant hand with 10 minutes of 30 second mood poses? (20 personality sketches)

    The reason why you could and should do this critique is because to make your lines of action, of balance, and of rhythm the most strongest, the most dynamic, the most energetic, the most fluidest, and the most lively. For more details, be sure to look up "Animation Meat Walt Stanchfield," or get yourself a sample of the Kindles of the two Drawn to Life.

    Good luck to your current goals, and your goals to come.

    #27574

    Great work on your basic, graphic lines and shapes of your animal sketches, msImpossibility. Very good job on, especially your 30 second gestures of your critters.

    I've got one smallest suggestion: I love how much gestures you've got going on there, but I'm not seeing enough of the negative spaces, forms and proportions here in any animal, doesn't matter which one. Would you kindly be able to pick any animal that you need to work on, and later do a quick but long 10 minute beast study??????

    The reason why you should need to do the 10 minute drawing is because, it can and will be fairly useful into getting better with your animal forms, proportions, gestures, spaces and anatomy.

    Cheers.

    #27573

    Nice, but, why is there a broken image graphic in that comment above. Please fix up the link.

    #27567
    #27564

    Nicest job on your very first post, JianPhoenix. Nicest job on your 1 hour class drawings of the figures so far.

    So my suggestion is two critiques: 1) your lines are farther too itchy for your own good. 2) your gestures need even more looseness and freedom of emotion inside. Would you please loosen and speed up your dominant and non-dominant hands with your first ever 30 minute class mode (if you haven't already)?

    The reason why you could and should do this suggestion or two is as a result, your lines and lines of balance will become the most weighty, lively and cartoony and exaggerated in your quick sketches.

    For more inspiration, be sure to look up the Proko videos for free online on YouTube on gesture drawing. Good luck to you and your goals.

    #27563

    LadyClover, I must say that your cartoonier sketches have a very, very appealing, illustrative style that wouldn't look out of place in a Mary Blair illustration. I must absolutely admire your whimsical humor and vitality in your poses and attitudes and expressions.

    My tiny suggestion to you is that though your lines are getting to be the loosest you could and should, but I'm not getting enough of the energy and the funniest drawing in the lines of action, and lines of rhythm. Would you please work more loose and faster with 5 minutes of 30 second poses, and 5 more minutes of faces and expressions?? (10 figure drawings and 10 expressions)

    The reason why you could and would is because, your poses and facial expressions will become the most loosest, freest and expressive-est as you possibly can and will. For even more information, please check out some Lynne Naylor artwork online though Google or DuckDuckGo. https://duckduckgo.com/?q=lynne+naylor+the+modifyers&iax=images&ia=images&iai=https%3A%2F%2Fi.pinimg.com%2Foriginals%2Fa8%2Fbe%2F8c%2Fa8be8c3d03ff0b63f09eda0f8dbd1f22.jpg Enjoy downloading these images.

    Hope these have been totally and positively helpful and inspirational.

    #27551

    Next time, try Imgur.

    #27549

    Keep trying, and never give up.

    #27545

    Nice job posting, but would you please fix up every and any link to your images here on that post, NORkaky? Because it'll do all of us good.

    Hope this helped,

    Polyvios Animatons

    #27524

    Well, J-dawg, that's absolutely spendid with what you're doing with those 30-second quick sketches in terms of speed and line efficiency. Great job!!

    Well, well, if I could possibly provide a totally and absolutely sincere suggestion, then I must say that some of the contour flow is a bit too choppy in some other poses, in spite of the grace and ellegance in the overall communication. Would you kindly be able to draw the loosest and lightest touches with a 4B graphite pencil, with 30 minutes of 29 second quicker gesture drawings???? (1800 seconds/29 second=ruff-ly 62 figural doodles)

    The generalization is, as a result, your lines of action will become all the most loosest, free-est, and dynamic and energetic and vital-er.

    Good luck with your current goal.

    #27521

    Great job on your gesture drawings and quicker sketches, eteng. So far, so good. Greater range of motion and emotion, indeed.

    I've got one current question: What are you currently working on today or tonight?

    My criticism, I love how much action and speed you're going with, but I'm not seeing enough of that TLC (Tender Loving Care) in your quickest sketches of the poses. Would and could you kindly loosen and lighten up your lines with 30 minutes of 1 minute poses?? (30 of 'em!)

    The reason is because, it can and will be able to help your stenghten up your lines of action, balance and rhythm.

    Have the nicest time drawing.

    #27508

    That's a very great question, Mika. I've got a swell littler idea for you.

    Did you know that you can practice your gesture drawings of backgrounds sort of like you could with your characters? Here, check out this here link:Background References

    The reason why I've put out this link is because, 1) I really haven't given studying those images yet at that point. And 2) They are extremely and definitely useful and beneficial for you and your goal. You don't have to only print them out, you can also bookmark those images, put them on reading lists, and then, download them all you can.

    Hope these things are all helpful, informative and encouraging.

    #27505

    Well, natcas0, I do say that I really feel like you know where you're going with this, in terms of your figurative drawings. I love how much of a range of motion and movement in your attitudes.

    Say, getting onto your case, I don't think that any of your poses are too stiffer, and I really feel like you're right about every pose being a bit too stiff. Because, that's the way we get started in your gesture drawing exercise. Would you please go right ahead with out interactive drawing tutorial here in Line of Action? The reason is as a result, by just starting out with the quickest line of action exercises at the very beginning, but soon ending with the longest and careful quick studies with as long as 5 minutes. Practice makes progress. Progress makes myelin. And now, here's the newest video for you to be inspired by.

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    Hope you've found this video and advice definitely and absolutely useful, helpful and informative.