Wait for it...

And this was plate 6! Hmm… looking at them now, they both look wider than the reference. I’ll try to fix that for next one! But pretty good results overall.
And this was plate 6! Hmm… looking at them now, they both look wider than the reference. I’ll try to fix that for next one! But pretty good results overall.

And this was plate 6! Hmm… looking at them now, they both look wider than the reference. I’ll try to fix that for next one! But pretty good results overall.

Been doing this today. Just a simple study from a sculpture.

Trying to get values and proportions right intuitively, but I probably made some terrible mistake I can’t even notice. If you see it and tell me I’ll be thankful.

Here’s plate number 5! It turned out pretty ok, didn’t it? Still not perfect in the values, but I’ll work on that.
Here’s plate number 5! It turned out pretty ok, didn’t it? Still not perfect in the values, but I’ll work on that.

Here’s plate number 5! It turned out pretty ok, didn’t it? Still not perfect in the values, but I’ll work on that.

2 in the morning again… I was watching Frozen again with my brother and… You know, time flies. Well, here’s some ears from Bargue Plate n°4! Now off to bed!

Done! It was pretty cool to draw, and I think I got most of them really well. See you tomorrow!
Done! It was pretty cool to draw, and I think I got most of them really well. See you tomorrow!

Done! It was pretty cool to draw, and I think I got most of them really well. See you tomorrow!

Just starting this Bargue plate. I’ll continue tomorrow because I’m falling asleep as I type.

Oh damn it I just noticed the guy on the left is too long *sigh*

Well, I just did a self-portrait from the front and with frontal light and it looks like the blandest thing ever. It doesn’t even look like me! It looks too much like Justin Bieber, and I swear I’m gonna tear it apart. So that’s the reason I didn’t post it. I’ll try again another time. And from another perspective, at least.

A little practice on foreshortening. Sorry for the crappy values and the lack of detail on the hands. Still haven’t got to learn a lot about those subjects, so I’ll leave it as is for the time being. See you tomorrow!

tonyguaraldi-brown said:

Why do you need clean lines? Just relax, use your brain to see what you are drawing and trust your muscles to create a true drawing. Fighting never helps produce quality work

Thanks for the advice. Yet when I make a drawing it just ends up looking too “hairy”. It’s that or using the eraser too much. I guess I’ll just keep on drawing and hope experience teaches me how to trust my lines!

Aaaaaarghhhh I can’t make clean lines someone help me… I’ve been trying for two days… More erased drawings than I can count… I’m not progressing on anything till I get this done.