30 second figure sketches in (posemaniacs)
Haven't sketched consistently for awhile. I'll upload something other than figure practice sometime...
Figures done with the Random Pose Viewer (Untimed)
Ah, random poses are indeed fun to draw. And you're getting to be quite good at them. Keep it up.
It looks like you have potential. Do you have any finished drawings?
Time to start off my return with a bang:
It's been a while, but I haven't stopped with the exercises (this time lol). I've also been doing doodles of fanart and studies from tutorials. No spectacular colored and detailed work, yet. I still think I've improved a bit, though. Only a bit. Here comes a tower of images? Nah, don't worry. It won't be that much. I won't put everything single thing I've done since my hiatus.
30 sec gestures (posemaniacs) I've stuck to 30 secs over these 2 months for that most part. I've heard that quick studies are better than protracted ones, so I don't try to draw things out for too long if I can help it.
Fan art. Don't hurt me. I like Sonic, Spiderman, and Megaman.
Later I'll post some of my more specific studies like hands, feet, and the dreaded perspective. *shudder* (Actually, I'm gradually getting over the intimidation of the subject and taking it as a valuable tool in making more finished drawings, rather than being an annoyance. Still, this is gradual...)
I would like to appreciate your hard work. The kind of drawings, which you have presented in front of the world are praiseworthy, extraterrestrial and weird. Artistry is something, which is gifted by the god. You are for sure a lucky guy if you are graced with it.
Feet drawn from a tutorial by therenagadeartist.
Experimenting a bit with basic perspective. Making perspective grids can be tedious (especially since the program I'm working with doesn't make it all that easy), but they make all the difference in helping to place objects properly in a space.
Next time I'll use the rulers to make a more accurate grid.
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