→ 04 Jan 13 at 7 pm
“Walt Stanchfield used to really get cranky when our sketches where too straight up and down. So when I’m teaching (and drawing my own sketches) I try to tell the artist to LEAN the pose, push that hip out, move the pose more left and right etc….
If you imagine a box around the drawing from it’s furthest edges you should be able to also imagine a centerline down the middle. That centerline helps you see if the drawing is too straight up and down. It also helps to keep the work asymmetrical and balanced.” — Dave Pimentel