15|12|2016 Week 12 Today was our final life drawing class of the semester, and we were allowed to work on one pose for most of the session! Which I feel I would have enjoyed had I not still been recovering from an on-going eye infection (though I shouldn't really have gone in at all so … Continue reading Week 12: Lifedrawing, Final Class of the semester!
01|12|2016 Week 10 So during this week I took really bad quality pictures of my drawings.. so please forgive these hatefully brightened photographs!! I think my proportions came out quite well this week, especially since the poses were quite tricky! I can definitely see firm improvement in my work compared to the early weeks, still … Continue reading Week 10: Lifedrawing, hats n’ stuff
24|11|2016 Week 9 Today in class the emphasis was on perspective again! We had Robert with a pole and had to think about his arms in proportion to eachother/ his chest/ feet etc, and tying that all together! Warm up sketches! 30 Seconds I'm getting better at thinking DRAW FORM and not DRAW OUTLINE but somehow … Continue reading Week 9: Lifedrawing, More force poses Incorporating Real-Life poses into character design.
24|11|2016 Week 9 This week was honestly one of my favourites! I really enjoyed the homework, which was to draw the character sheets of Madam Mim from The Sword in the Stone (1963). Similarly to drawing Bluth's 'Dirk' before, we had to get used to her design proportions. I really love how expressive she is, … Continue reading Week 9: Lifedrawing, Madam Mim Homework
16|11|2016 Week 8 This week's homework was to study the character concept drawings of Dirk The Daring (1983) by Don Bluth(1937-present). I found this a really enjoyable task, tricky at the start but I became a lot more familiar in drawing the character as I repeated drawing him. From this homework, I was able to … Continue reading Week 8: Life drawing, Dirk the Daring Homework
10|11|2016 Week 7 This week we studied the fluidity of movement in a form, trying to capture a still figure in a way that has life and expression to it. Mike talked about drawing the form as if it's still in motion; in a way that you could guess where the figure's pose is going/has … Continue reading Week 7: Lifedrawing, Movement