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Again, I having fun with this. But it’s more then just 20min fiddling. Wanted to add more and more details. Then paint the stuff which is also time consuming.
And now I see what physically wrong with this sketch. … If I am pointing! The arm is at the left side of the body. So the hand should be mirrored. I’ve drawn the right hand at the left side …
Man, the reaching bit was really hard. First did a sketch, which was OKish for a sketch, then tried caging, which also looked fine at first, but when I tried to draw into the cage it all went down the drain. In the end I watched how the lecturer did it and tried to copy him.
I just interpreted it as looking at another man’s arm. Basically someone giving you a direction. So the error really isn’t visible if you don’t give the context.
Great effort nonetheless. Both look good, but I almost like the one with the point lines more than the one without. Looks really neat.
Thanks, with lines only, is more like Piet Mondrian.
He started with ‘normal’ paintings. But after many years of making subjects more and more schematic, abstract. Resulting in his famous colourful paintings, lines and blocks.
That second image looks fantastic.