Following the last life drawing session I tried to tackle what I struggled with in drawing hats by repeating what I learned on a number of different examples, and from analysing the reference sheets on Blackboard. In doing this I wanted to try and get a better understanding of how the hat wraps around the form… Continue reading Hats On Heads
The drawing homework’s we are being set are seeming to take affect on my original drawing process, for example instead of copying a reference sheet Im beginning to understand the structure of the character first before I position them in a number of different poses. For example with Mim there is some complexity to her… Continue reading Madam Mim
Before our next life drawing class, for homework, we had to familiarise ourselves with the construction of the famous cartoon character ‘Dirk the Daring’, and his proportions, so we could apply these later to our life model. Through this homework I learned about myself that I tend to copy art without much given thought to… Continue reading Dirk The Daring
Our homework this week follows in line with our life drawing class in which we had to draw the life model sitting down in different positions on the same chair, not only focusing on the anatomy of the life model but also the proportions of the chair. To better familiarise ourselves with this task we had to… Continue reading Sitting Down Exercise
As an advancement on last weeks homework with drawing Winnie the Pooh in various poses we now had to draw the head of 1941’s Superman from different angles after studying this reference. With this I learned how to incorporate this simple head construction into life drawing, simplifying something that seems complex before adding in the… Continue reading Superman!
With this week’s homework we were given the task to draw the character ‘Winnie the Pooh’ in rotation (without tracing) to gain some insight into his construction and how to be able to draw him in a number of various poses. Helping me to understand a character’s concept using a well versed reference sheet and… Continue reading Winnie the Pooh and Modelling
In class today we learned how to utilize the ‘horizon line’ in regards to perspective to take a simple object and be able to draw it in a number of dynamic angles, such as a box. In order to do this we were tasked with drawing a number of boxes of different shapes and sizes… Continue reading Perspective