Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Recent Gestures

So, I've been spending most of my time animating my senior film. Sitting for so many hours in front of a Cintiq, I started getting pretty rusty at observational gestures so I skipped on down to the open drawing session and loosened up some.

I usually like to mix it up by doing some quick poses that are less anatomically based,

and other poses that focus more on anatomy.

Since it is a student-run open drawing session (not an actual class with a professor), sometimes I end up waiting around for a little while if the model doesn't change poses frequently enough. After drawing a pose 2 or 3 times what do I do if I'm still waiting for the model to change?
Why, draw students drawing, of course!

Some animation or backgrounds from my film soon, hopefully!
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Claire Gordon said...

I still want to draw like you when I grow up.

Jed said...

aw you make me feel bad. But that's only coz these are gettin' so good.

Jake Wyatt said...

Fine work. So tastefully arranged.

GhettoFab said...

youre gestures are fantastic! Love your control

Jocelyn said...

I am so insanely curious about your film. I haven't seen any part of it yet, just you working in the lab around 40 hours a day. Anyway, these drawings are beautiful!

SuzanneLindfield said...

Great sketching - love the life drawing figures!

M.R. Weaver said...

These are fantastic - what did you use, color brush?

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