A couple of quick, but interesting gestures. Especially the one on the left, what is up to?! The one on the right looks as if it's half-submerged into a bath of milk 😀
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.
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
This one is a 20-minute pose, and looks like she's walking some place important! 😀
These are 10-minute poses. I think I captured the basic proportions well in the left figure, which allowed for a more successful rendering afterwards.
These ones are also 7-minute poses, I really like the one on the left 😀 Wish I'd worked on the stool more, but I feel like it's a fair accomplishment in such short time ^^
These two were 7-minute poses. I'm really starting to concentrate on including the surrounding objects that support the figure.
Before I started studying figure drawing, I didn't realize how bendy and twisty the human body is. Now, I need to show this realization on paper! ^^;
I've been studying Bridgman's book today, and I realized how static my figures are. However, I must add, that's the way models present the pose... I need to exaggerate turns and twists more!