Done as part of a 1 hour class.
My current goal is: Better understand human anatomy, so I can render imagined poses
I really am loving your intricate outlines, it reminds me of Egon Schiele who is a favorite of mine. The only thing I'm noticing is maybe a few too many bumps on the underside of her arms, the one on our right mostly. The bump nearest where you might see a shoulder blade popping might just be a little further down her arm than I imagine? Your shading is very intriguing as well. I hope you have more in your sketchbook for me to look at, I really love it!
@Des_Amb_Moore thank you so much!! I appreciate the critique
I LIKE IT! o(≧∇≦o) But... her head is too small, the... pubic arch is facing the viewer and twisting perspective because her too long legs face to the right which makes it physically impossible for the veg... pubic arch to face us unless you're one limber or deformed drummer. The left foot lacks a skeleton. The Ribcage and pelvis is too far apart. Her knees are too small to fit the connection between the femur, tibia and fibula; It's almost as if her knee to the right is broken.
1. Check your proportions before getting lost in the deceitful wonderland of the female figure
2. Check your perspective by drawing lines across landmarks
3. Get some hammer knowledge on dem feet, knees and shoulders.
4. Relax, YER DOEN GREET! ヽ(〃･ω･)ﾉ