2006-12-19

If at first you don't succeed....

Try, try, try and try again ....

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The following were done after I received this insightful comment. Apparently I haven't completely internalized my Preston Blair lessons!

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I found that rotating the head more gave me a better chance to use "solid" object guides than the "head on" approach.

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Clearly I've still more work to do on this. But for now, I'm putting this baby to bed!


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1 comment:

Wicks for Candlesticks said...

Drawing becomes easier if you just follow the technique that you've practiced already in your animation lessons, everytime. I'm sticking to trying to draw "Preston Blair-like" in all my subjects. Copy from the best and over time your critical eye will improve. I hate that my eye has improved, because now I hate like 98% percent of the stuff I draw since I am better at seeing the mistakes. I've seen how good you are at copying from your excellent KAtie Rice lesson. Keep it up!

-David O.