Done as part of a 1 hour class.
My current goal is: Better understand human anatomy, so I can render imagined poses
Excellent work on your first attempts, Trass84, that's very phenominal posing.
Well, if I was to sugggest a critique or two, then it would be to say that, I don't see enough of the raw essence of your posing. Why don't you please go for 102 more minutes of 30 second figure poses, in 4 days (102/4=25.5 mins a day)???? Simple math problem aside, the reason why you'd go for this addictive game is because, it could be extremely beneficial to help make your poses of human anatomy the least stiffest, the the most dynamic, vital, energetic, and fluid in your character poses as you'd apply to them.
Great luck to you and I hope you've found this completely and totally kindly, encouraging, and informative in your next studies.
I see! I definitely don't have enough time currently to put in more practice hours, but I'll see to it that I practice additionally for figure poses whenever I have the chance to! ^^
This is my first time doing figure drawings (haven't even heard of the term until a few days ago). I also notice that my stick people don't really have enough soul in them.
You capture a lot of the poses very well but I think it would be beneficial for you to draw without taking your pencil off the paper so you can move through the action of the pose to make it fluid. Hope that makes sense.