Tuesday, April 03, 2012

Quick sketch

Latest from Gesture Class. Rapid warm ups- 15 second poses!


 30 seconds seemed leisurely by comparison!

 . . . and some fun stuff with 1 minute poses


19 comments:

Alfredo said...

so much dinamism!! fantastic!

John Wright said...

what fun!
more proof that we're born to move

Anthony Holden said...

These are fantastic! Think I'll give it a shot next gesture session!

Chris Cormier said...

Terrific work, Matt! I love them. I even like how you've greyed some of the poses, so that you can crowd and overlap them, while retaining the readability of each drawing. What are you using to draw with?

Brant Moon said...

Wow 15 seconds.
I especially love the gestures with twist in the torso.

Kenji Ono said...

very inspiring.

Geoff Wheeler said...

cool stuff, dude

Kendra Melton said...

0_0 wow

Octavio E. Rodriguez said...

These are great!

Balaji said...

Delightful sketches! I like the fluidity of the lines and the sense of motion in all of them.

Iestyn Roberts said...

Woah! Terrific work Matt, the super awesome line of action in your 15 second pieces are incredible! You've managed to cram in so many great shapes, very inspiring! Dwi'n mwynhau'r gwaith yn fawr iawn!

BHAVIN JOSHI said...

These are great Matt
i would not able to draw anything like in 15 sec and you drafted all gesture on paper. simply awesome

Matt J said...

Thanks for the positive response everyone- I'm drawing mainly with Tombow brush pens for their fluidity-with the right paper they glide across the surface. I'll also use Dry-Erase markers and calligraphic pens to vary the line weight

andre medina said...

awesome work man!

Erik D. Martin said...

man really awesome gestures!

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BHAVIN JOSHI said...

Hey Matt. i am doing Alex Woo Self taught gesture drawing class. i have problem drawing head tilts and neck in various angles with expression. do you have any tips on that to strengthen the drawings.

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Piyush said...

Thanks for the positive response everyone- I'm drawing mainly with Tombow brush pens for their fluidity-with the right paper they glide across the surface. I'll also use Dry-Erase markers and calligraphic pens to vary the line weight....... Great..........


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