Kollman 3/11/22

by Joradart, March 11th 2022 © 2022 Joradart

Done as part of a 30 minute class.

Goal proprtion and gesture with Bistre Conte

My current goal is: Develop my own signature drawing style (advanced)

Polyvios Animations

Good evening, Joradart, it's me, Polyvios, I don't know if we'd met before, had we? How are you doing tonight? Say, now that's the greatest job on your gesture drawing in your feet and bodies in the nudes. Great use of lines of action and lines of rhythm. Keep up the great works.

However, here's my one small request: I have a problem with the scribbly clutter and ambiguity in most of the hands and faces. Would you please free up and loosen up your hands with your hands and expressions with 5 minutes of 30 second hands, and 5 minutes of 30 second faces and expressions? The two reasons are because: a) To make your drawing style of hands less stiff and more fluid and clear. b) To make your drawing style of faces and expressions the least stiffer, and to make your sketch style more livelier and more into your inner feelings of your model. Good luck.

Noct Flower

Hey! These are some cool figures! As Polyvios, work on better visual communication with the hands, especially with the figure on the right. Also, you should start playing more with the light source so you can get more use to shading. Keep it up!


I really like the torsos, the proportions look good.
I'm just not so sure about where the light is coming from especially on the right drawing. Outlines look great but the shadowing is confusing.
Other than that I'm not skillfull enough to see more.
Good job :)

Giovanni Espinoza

you are doing right with the line of action and muscles proportion,


Great work, Joradart! I loved the figure's dynamic and proportions. I feel that the head could have more work though. Like some lines to show its direction. Overall, keep doing this nice job! :)


Hi Joradart,

Your body proportions look good and you captured the movement. The head shape looks a bit small for the body in case you were looking for those to be in proportion to the body.