Monday, July 27, 2009

1-Minute Gestures

Did these one-minute gesture sketches this morning. Trying to achieve economy of line, create a feeling of substance or bulk of the figure, a rhythymic flow to the body. For me that is a lot of information to try to get in a very short gesture. I do believe though that with time, I can achieve that. The main thing is to express the movement whether it reflects pensiveness or a more active stance. Even when still there is a sense of movement or aliveness in the body.

These gestures were drawn from figures at Pose

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