...and I wish life drawing models did more.(Granted I am aware I could just go to a coffee shop or a mall and draw people). If drawing models who's bodies look like they come from the dancing/circus stage or could compete in sports is welcome for learning the basics, it's incredibly refreshing when they are more representative of society: old and young, small or large, etc. In the end it's still a skeleton with bones and muscles. The challenge is to see how they behave with age/time/etc.
Saturday, April 18, 2015
My drawings have been getting more and more detailed in the past few weeks. I always start with a few gestures before going into those detailed longer poses. The challenge for me has been to keep a looseness that is easier achieved with the quicker poses.
Saturday, April 11, 2015
What I find complicated with poses that have a lot twist in the torso/pelvis is to find where the shoulders connect to the body. When that connection is behind the torso or when there is a lot of foreshortening is the hardest. I struggled especially with the 3rd pose. Still a lot to learn with faces, but I don't feel as intimidated by them as a few weeks ago.
Sunday, April 5, 2015
Thursday, April 2, 2015
Definitely got challenged with the poses below...especially the ones where the model is lying on the ground. It's not just about rotating the whole anatomy 90 degrees but to try and emulate the weight that's distributed differently. I find that it's one of the hardest thing to convey and it's the same challenge in animation.