Done as part of a 30 minute class.
My current goal is: I don't know! I am an absolute beginner; I'm here to study the basics of rendering
Hey there, SINE, nice job on the gestural construction drawings, of the hands. That's very marvelous job!!!!!!!!!!
Yet, if I was to suggest you some constantly important improvement, I'd leave you this: I love how fast and much more looser your lines and shapes and spaces, are, but I really want to see more of it. Would you please go for 137 minutes of 18 second hands and feet??????????? (137 x 60/18, 8220/18= about 457 hand and feet poses, all flipped horizontally and/or vertically) And while you're at it, make sure you check out this video below:
The reason why you could, and totally should go with this suggestion is because, though this video futhermore would be of greater use to your goal, it can give you a greater advantage on give your loosest lines, the most lightest touches to them. (especially when it comes to hands and feet)
Good for you, and your current goals.
First off, its a little difficult to make out exactly what these drawing are. I can see a few hands and figures in there, but a few words describing what they are can go a long way with helping others critique your work.
The only thing I can offer is that I don't see any structure in your drawings. There are lines that show the silhouette (edge) of your form, but there are no lines in between. To make a convincing drawing, you should break down the subject into simple 3D forms. An example would be turning the fist into a box, or the thigh into a cylinder. I would suggest Drawabox.com as a resource for further learning about 3D structure and perspective. It is also an excellent source for a beginner.
I hope this was helpful. Thank you for posting your drawings! Not many beginners have the courage to do so. Keep up the good work.