Ok I was experimenting a bit today … I was trying to draw the same picture as yesterday but faster ane more loose. Well I have tried to draw exactly for 10 minutes each and results were prety bad … 10 minutes seems to be a long time but when I draw it seems like minute … the advantage is that I’am fully concentrated … when I draw pictures like I have drawn before I may get bored after some time but its not case with these fast and loose drawings. I just don’t know if this is the right kind of excersise or how long shoud I draw one pic.
I would like to hear some opinions if this is good exercise or not … or rather what kind of excersises would be good
Well right now I’am still trying to figure out what is for me the best way to learn and I still don’t know.
Yeah I know I should study anatomy thats what I do - sort of, I practise from Loomise book … here you can see some examples what I have drawn today
I draw a lot of these … over and over until I can get it right. I don’t post it here because its too simple and as I said I draw it over and over. When I will be finished with loomis I will start to practise from another book I have a lot of books.
(btw if you would wonder this example above was drawn with ink but I usually use only pencil).
And yeah I will practise from old masters and probably from not that old masters too hmm but right now I’am not sure what would be the best way because these painting are usually prety complicated. (btw I’am prepared to try new mediums or whatever will be necessary)
If you have some ideas, excersises or whatever let me know please … I’am tryting to figure out what to do.
What I know is that I want to finish whole Loomis book and than start with another. But I would like to do something else too because its not that much fun to copy these pictures whole day.
These fast scribbles seems as good idea too because I’am really worried about my speed. And don’t worry I won’t post every scribble …