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Figure Drawing It still difficult for me to draw certain dresses. The ones that have tons of folds and have a lot of repetitive patterns.

Tuesday Tips - Figure Drawing Pointers A few things I keep in mind while I’m figure drawing. From small details that suggest form and volume to larger concepts like silhouette, direction and tension.

grizandnorm: Tuesday Tips - Figure Drawing Pointers A few things I keep in mind while I’m figure drawing. From small details that suggest form and volume to larger concepts like silhouette, direction and tension.

Tuesday Tips - SHAPES IN FIGURE DRAWING  Loose, gestural sketching is always appealing and energetic, but sometimes, certain poses aren’t as energetic or expressive enough to express through gesture drawing. Drawing with shapes in mind is another way to approach certain poses, especially when the model is wearing loose clothes or when the poses are more “closed in”.  -n

grizandnorm: “Tuesday Tips - SHAPES IN FIGURE DRAWING Loose, gestural sketching is always appealing and energetic, but sometimes, certain poses aren’t as energetic or expressive enough to express through gesture drawing. Drawing with shapes in mind.

(100 Tuesday Tips book available on our online store) *NEW Tuesday Tips - One Sheet, One Pose This is specifically a Figure Drawing tip. It forces you to draw big and to draw from the shoulder with bold, long lines. Over time, you may gain more...

grizandnorm: Tuesday Tips book available on our online store) *NEW Tuesday Tips - One Sheet, One Pose This is specifically a Figure Drawing tip. It forces you to draw big and to draw from the shoulder with bold, long lines.

Tuesday Tips - All In Your Head Do you ever feel like you've just ruined a figure drawing by drawing the head too big or too small and it looks all weird? Here's something I realize I've been doing. While I'm doing a quick full body gesture, I put down a circle for the head position. Once I figured out the body, loosely, I go back and draw the head over the circle, using it as either the "outer" edge or "inner" foundation of a larger head, depending on the appropriate proportions needed…

Tuesday Tips - All In Your Head Do you ever feel like you've just ruined a figure drawing by drawing the head too big or too small and it looks all weird? Here's something I realize I've been doing. While I'm doing a quick full body gesture, I put down a circle for the head position. Once I figured out the body, loosely, I go back and draw the head over the circle, using it as either the "outer" edge or "inner" foundation of a larger head, depending on the appropriate proportions needed…

Figure Drawing 01/29/15 (conte stick, B) (½) Notice the boots on the first few poses. The room was so cold at the beginning, the model had to keep wearing the boots until it warmed up. -norm

Figure Drawing (conte stick, B) (½) Notice the boots on the first few poses. The room was so cold at the beginning, the model had to keep wearing the boots until it warmed up.

grizandnorm:  Tuesday Tips - “Pick A Side”To create appeal and clarity in your figure drawing (or any character drawing), try to simplify an overall side of the body and to keep the details (limbs sticking out, face profile, body compression) to the other side. Your posing will becoming much more dynamic and interesting to look at, creating an organic asymmetry to the overall silhouette of the body.-Norm

grizandnorm: “Tuesday Tips - “Pick A Side” To create appeal and clarity in your figure drawing (or any character drawing), try to simplify an overall side of the body and to keep the details (limbs.

Tuesday Tips - All In Your Head Do you ever feel like you’ve just ruined a figure drawing by drawing the head too big or too small and it looks all weird? Here’s something I realize I’ve been doing. While I’m doing a quick full body gesture, I put down a circle for the head position. Once I figured out the body, loosely, I go back and draw the head over the circle, using it as either the “outer” edge or “inner” foundation of a larger head, depending on the appropriate proportions needed.

Tuesday Tips - All In Your Head Do you ever feel like you’ve just ruined a figure drawing by drawing the head too big or too small and it looks all weird? Here’s something I realize I’ve been doing. While I’m doing a quick full body gesture, I put.

3,617 vind-ik-leuks, 28 reacties - Griz and Norm Lemay (@grizandnorm) op Instagram: '#figuredrawing #lifedrawing #grizandnorm #norm'

3,617 vind-ik-leuks, 28 reacties - Griz and Norm Lemay (@grizandnorm) op Instagram: '#figuredrawing #lifedrawing #grizandnorm #norm'

GRIZandNORM — Figure Drawing ( 3min-5min) 050615 There’s...

Figure Drawing ( 050615 There’s sessions where I can’t seem to really “get it”. My mind is elsewhere or I just don’t seem to find an approach or a general appeal out of the model’s poses. That’s when I rely mostly on a more technical.

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