Archive for January, 2009
After doing two pages of quick sketches, I was having detail withdrawals, so I decided to do another face. Since I’ve practiced all of the faces from the front, I thought it would be good to switch to a side view. Overall, it came out pretty well.
Continuing with my rough sketches of female anatomy, I did three sets of female legs. I tried to play a bit with the poses, but I think I really just generated a lot of awkwardness in them. Clearly, I have quite a bit to learn still. The one on the left looks okay for a [...]
I actually started with the top-right sketch (that the scanner barely picked up) and was going to put a bit of detail into it, but then I thought I could use some practice with torsos in general, and I decided to go with a variety of rough ones. The bottom-right one I did second and [...]
Throughout my life, I have found that relating ideas and concepts to people through analogies works much better than trying to explain details. A common example is showing how (in a simplistic sense) the flow of electricity in a circuit can be compared to water in pipes. Clearly, most analogies are limited and can be [...]