For the longest time, I wanted to make a post about this whole situation with quarantine due to COVID-19. I've started writing multiple times, and every time it would just turn into whining and ranting. Instead, I'll keep those thoughts to myself, and try to stay positive at least in this web space. Therefore, I … Continue reading Digital in Reality – Life Drawing Sessions
Tag: gesture drawing
This piece took me about 30 minutes, and I wish I had done it on a better paper. I used rough newsprint, and it's not the best paper for longer poses. Still, I'm fairly satisfied with the results, especially considering that I didn't get the best vantage point for this pose.
Sometimes, I think of characters from video games while drawing, and then I end up with something heroic ^_^
A couple of quick, but interesting gestures. Especially the one on the left, what is it up to?! The one on the right looks as if it's half-submerged into a bath of milk 😀
I really like the figure on the right. I think for once, torso turned out pretty well ^_^ - Where is your corset? And no stockings!- I'm against them.- But you are not properly dressed.- Who's to say what's proper? What if it were agreed that "proper" meant wearing a codfish on your head? Would … Continue reading Two standing figures, charcoal drawing
I like the flow of this figure a lot, it turned out very fluid I think. Sometimes, I feel sad that I drew a drawing on cheap newsprint, but I keep reminding myself that practice makes it perfect! If I wanted to make a version of a particular drawing on good paper, I could with … Continue reading Leaning figure, charcoal drawing
I really should have flipped the paper horizontally for this pose, but I got too lazy ^^; Overall, I like the way it turned out. I'd work more on the values and hands if I were to finish it up.
In this sketch my favorite part is the most prominent foot. As for the rest, I feel like I'd need to work more on everything! >.<
I think I got shoulder girdle better in here, but there's still room to learn. This pose took 20 minutes, but I feel like this isn't the easiest pose to draw in general. There's a subtle lean on the stool, and it's hard to catch it for me.
The figure on the left took me 10 minutes, and the figure on the right -- only 5. That feeling when less effort produces better results... XD