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More gesture drawings using FORCE.
Some FORCE gesture drawings from tonight.
Some FORCE gesture drawings from today.
Many artists have asked me how I reached my current skill level in gesture drawing. The motivation to go on a journey to master this subject came because of the frustration of doing hours and hours of gesture drawing and still struggle when I had to come up with believable poses for my characters. How could this be? What was I doing wrong?
In this eBook I describe the struggles I went through during this journey and how I overcame them. I hope that my story will inspire those of you who are struggling to learn gesture drawing and help you to endure the learning process, because there is a great reward waiting for you at the end!
You can get the eBook here: http://www.swendly.com/how-i-learned-gesture-drawing-ebook.html
Some of my daily gesture drawing studies using the concept of FORCE. To learn more about FORCE you can visit: https://www.drawingforce.com/a/4382/6dwtLULH
Some FORCE gesture drawings from this morning.
These are amazing! Great work!
Thanks Luke, your work is pretty awesome too!
Visit https://www.drawingforce.com/a/4382/6dwtLULH for more information on how to draw with FORCE.
The Spatial Bounding Box concept is from the "FORCE: Character Design from Life Drawing" book: http://amzn.to/2AYAL8F
great creation idea.
Thank you Star Group :D!
Is there anyway to tell what lens to use to make a shot like this work with real people? Using these skills shown here in a storyboard but not letting the cameraman guess what will get close to your image.
Thanks for your question wontobe! I'm not an expert in lenses, but some kind of wide-angle lens should give this effect.