Hmmm, I think you'll notice from last time that I have reduced the head to body ratio though proportions are too broad around the left arm and shoulders, the shading indicates that Jane's collar bone is a lot steeper then is should be *Pulls awkward face*. I like it from the right armpit down to the thighs. The right leg is pretty good, the calf muscles look good and in good relative position to the knee.. unfortunately, it looks like I've dislocated or broken Jane's left ankle, ouch, SORRY!
I really like this one, we looked at tonal qualities rather then looking to sketch the entirety of Jane's body. Basically using the Gestalt Theory, that something does have to be complete for it to make sense, the lack of outline is key for tonal densities to show and allowing our brain to figure out where to fill in the gaps. I think I did well on this one.
This is by far the most difficult pose I've drawn to date but to my surprise, my favourite! Once again, using the Gestalt Theory I mapped out the darkest sections on Jane's upper body and then moved down the right arm and onto the cushion of which I used as my perimeter. I briefly figure out the darked textures of the creased, white robe and started on the legs, Jenny really liked it so that was great! Another good lesson If not a better one then the last, hopefully the trend with keep up?