Looking good. Keep in mind her center of gravity. Her plant leg is a little too far forward.
Here is my art blog, feel free to critique or comment however you like.
I'll start with this morning's figure drawing that was really a study on my technique or one of many techniques.
Corel Painter rocks for figure drawing.
Right now I am working through Hampton's book and it works great for learning figure drawing.
Right now I am on the COG page and I do not move on til I feel I have 'aced' the concepts on the page I'm on. But I am sort of stuck with the COG and recognizing how to fix it in my drawings.
Veritas, could you do a quick overlay of the COG line and how her masses are arranged in relation to it (like in the photo and my gesture)? And then could you give suggestions on how I might go about pushing the dynamics of the pose (in relation to the COG)?
Thanks so much for the help!
EDIT: So I went ahead and did another and tried to correct the COG issue.
I like the 2nd try better as far as the COG. I think I could do a better job at communicating the shape and direction of her rear leg.
Last edited by nsterken; 06-13-2015 at 08:42 PM.
Another one for today. I think I still learned about COG here. This one focused more on the different masses relationships to one another and how they made up the gesture of the pose. Or something like that.
Critiques? Comments? Ideas?
Gesture, figure study
Feel free to crit & give suggestions
Thanks! Compliments of Michael Hampton: I have found this book indespensible:
Found some time to work on comics today:
I have quite a bit of work to post but not enough time to post it so here is an update of the previous page: