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 ^^
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!
- Please don't leave...- It's over!
Give me some contrast!
Another short pose. I like this figure, and I actually like unfinished look of it.
I think it might be time to start drawing complete figures, and maybe even in color. Maybe I need to switch back to digital drawing and make some characters come to life ^_^
I'm back to newsprint! So far it's my favorite practice paper. This drawing took me about 20 minutes. I think the shading and hatching shows that it's a longer pose. However, whenever I'm drawing, I always think that I'll finish it later.. and usually never do ^^;