Here's some more life drawing. I found the pad from the first class of the year, along with some from the second class and a couple extra life drawing sessions.
First page of the first class.
Was getting some nice 1 minute gestures that day.
Nice feel on these three 3 minutes.
This one was kind of funny. I was drawing this fox character earlier in the day and tried drawing him based on the pose the model was in. This fox has non-human proportions so it was fun trying to make the pose work. The drawing was just so-so, but it was a fun experiment, so in that sense it was a success.
Getting a little better at figuring out knees...a little...
Tried emphasizing the muscles on this one. Also realized I was photographing a nice big unnecessary bar of black in most of these pics. I'll try not to keep doing that.
Like the feet here. Heavy on one, light on the other.
Hehe...One of my early attempts at monstrofying the model.
Coming up with little stories for the poses. The bottom right one is supposed to be a mountain climber.
Pretty solid drawing. Even a little bit of shading.
This pose just felt like a voodoo jungle witch doctor...or something like that
Playing around some more.
Some fun drawings in there. If anything stands out as consistently off, please let me know. I was noticing some of the faces seemed kind of weird, like maybe the eyes weren't wrapping around the head enough, or they were sometimes too high, and other times too low. Tough to spend too much time on the face with quick poses, but it's nice to get something down to practice for the longer poses.