Himekazune Nishikido

Himekazune Nishikido

Himekazune Nishikido
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Tuesday Tips - All In Your Head Do you ever feel like you’ve just ruined a figure drawing by drawing the head too big or too small and it looks all weird? Here’s something I realize I’ve been doing. While I’m doing a quick full body gesture, I put down a circle for the head position. Once I figured out the body, loosely, I go back and draw the head over the circle, using it as either the “outer” edge or “inner” foundation of a larger head, depending on the appropriate proportions needed.

Tuesday Tips - All In Your Head Do you ever feel like you’ve just ruined a figure drawing by drawing the head too big or too small and it looks all weird? Here’s something I realize I’ve been doing. While I’m doing a quick full body gesture, I put.

grizandnorm:Tuesday Tips - SHAPES IN FIGURE DRAWINGLoose, gestural sketching is always appealing and energetic, but sometimes, certain poses aren’t as energetic or expressive enough to express through gesture drawing. Drawing with shapes in mind is another way to approach certain poses, especially when the model is wearing loose clothes or when the poses are more “closed in”. -n

grizandnorm: “Tuesday Tips - SHAPES IN FIGURE DRAWING Loose, gestural sketching is always appealing and energetic, but sometimes, certain poses aren’t as energetic or expressive enough to express through gesture drawing. Drawing with shapes in mind.

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grizandnorm: “Tuesday Tips - SHAPES IN FIGURE DRAWING Loose, gestural sketching is always appealing and energetic, but sometimes, certain poses aren’t as energetic or expressive enough to express through gesture drawing. Drawing with shapes in mind.