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Old 10-10-2019, 01:27 PM
Delb0y Delb0y is offline
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Fun With A Pencil - Del's Sketchbook Part 2

I'm continuing to work through Loomis's Fun With A Pencil. Up to page 30 now, although I am skimming it a bit - not replicating or practising every single little example. As I mentioned in the previous post I'd like to master the proper Loomis method but having failed spectacularly in the past I thought Fun With A Pencil might prove a nice primer.

For each quick cartoon like character I've been doing an equally quick copy of a photograph using the technique shown. So we have a "surprised expression" to start with.

Loomis then moved on to using two circles, rather than the one that's been the basis for all the drawings so far. So we have a couple of quick examples of that.

I then did a longer, 30 minute, go at the two circles method.

It seems to me that I'm already starting to see how the main Loomis method will work to improve on this very simple methodology. But I shall persevere nice and slowly.

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