|02-01-2014, 10:17 PM||#1|
gesture drawings please take a look
i have been spending most of my recent time drawing and sketching
from pixellovely.com a great website thats for sure
i think i have reach a good level of sketching here i feel that my lines are much stronger
please leave a comment
|05-24-2014, 04:05 AM||#2|
Los Angeles, USA
Join Date: Nov 2004
You think and see in terms of solids, so that's good. I think "gesture" drawings should identify and capture the energy of the pose -- the line of action, and not get too detailed.
I don't think that spiral (diagonal) muscle on Batman's wrist exists.
|09-18-2014, 11:27 AM||#4|
Click on the link, right click on the picture and choose view image, copy the url and post it here using the insert image button.
The terminal velocity of individual particles is directly related to pink rabbits on a bank holiday.
Characters, Games, Toys
|12-16-2014, 06:34 AM||#5|
Long Beach, USA
Join Date: Oct 2008
Ditto what jfrancis said.
These are more sketchy than gestural. When you're gesture drawing you want to capture the lines more so than the form, and no detail. Think about emotion, movement, action etc. It's amazing what you can capture with a few simple lines.
Do a google search for gesture drawing and you'll find many examples.
|12-16-2014, 12:08 PM||#6|
Halifax, United Kingdom
Join Date: Oct 2007
Nice work indeed.
Have you tried Quickpose generator? If not you get a series of photographs that cycle at a desired speeds (30 sec, 45 sec, 1min, ect, ect) and you have to gesture sketch each one in the time, then move onto the next.
It's really quite good for making you just do the gesture without delving into any detail.
EDIT: Some poses may not be safe for work due to slight nudity.
Last edited by ragupasta : 12-16-2014 at 12:11 PM.
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