More 10-minute drawings from photographs, this time focusing on poses and clothes (2/2).
More 10-minute drawings from photographs, this time focusing on poses and clothes (1/2).
More 10-minute model drawing, this time from sketchdaily.net (3/3).
More 10-minute model drawing, this time from sketchdaily.net (2/3).
More 10-minute model drawing, this time from sketchdaily.net (1/3).
Learning to draw real bunnies by copying photographs. Alright result I think.
First attempts at drawing poses from the website PIXELovely. Not too bad although 10 minutes is still not enough for me to draw figures like these.
Trying to experiment a little and understand what makes faces look thin or fat. The two at the bottom are copied from photographs (believe it or not, they're the same person!)
Another attempt at copying a face from a photograph and then trying to simplify the features to keep the essential parts.
Attempt at making a different expression for the famous person I was studying, plus the result of copying another photograph (of another famous person). While at it, some random lettering practice.
Studying a (famous) person's face. Can you guess who that is? The first two are copied from photographs. The third is a simplification of the first, and the last is a completely made-up take, trying to make the character recognisable. I'm quite happy with these.
Another attempt at making a portrait from a photograph. Drew straight (not upside-down), trying to capture certain details.
Practising portraits, studying face features. This time I drew all of them straight and with the level of detail I expect to use normally. Mixed results, but very nice practice.
Third attempt at upside-down drawing. Again, second one is straight and with the level of detail I prefer to use. This worked a bit better than the previous two attempts, I think.
Second (recent) attempt to draw a face upside-down. Didn't like the result. The one on the right is straight and with less detail, but I was really tired and I tried to finish it quickly.
Photograph copying exercise. The first version was upside-down taking some time, the second was upside-down but faster, and the last was normal and trying to copy only the amount of detail I'd normally use. I have to pay more attention to lips, especially in close-ups.