Originally Posted by bethanyt
Hi Sandra! The line weight you are using- is showing where the strain of the muscle that is supporting the model's pose. This shows such good observation!
Your very Kind Beth
, Yes that Line is my guide , its the main form line and Values relating to the impression and degrees of Visual weight , I am slowly learning to that in relating to the figure to drawing what Im seeing in a way understanding and empathize with just what it is Im trying to achieve as I draw , that drawing was thought process ... Id been drawing all day at school and well that night the drawings at ld just felt like I was in full swing mode ... so I guess theres two kinds of ways Im taught to look at the body and break it down -structurally and component wise ...Of course Ive thousands to to go , but thats half the fun right ~' yeah some-one did say this was fun ~didnt they !!!!
Gees Thanks John for the great thoughts .... Somethings work some of the time eh!
Hey Elbert, very Nice of you , yes my daughters eyes are quite large but well I can live with it ... till next time at least ...: )
Arh Carol , You Know Im screwed , I want to be a master drawer so basically Im screwed bound never to like my own work ....
well maybe some of it , I am drawn to my childs portrait for all its faults .
.. go figure I think its that line you speak of ....
Hia Nathan , Basically that model had a smallish chest frame so I was trying to draw with a progression of thinking of the inner skeleton in my mind ...its the primary Line that tells the story , the breasts should sit at and the nipples inline with the top quarter of the body.... I of course wasnt hitting the mark here , the neck is way to small and the head is a joke..as I said Royally Screwed ... but Like to read you found the other drawing you in ...