Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Drawing for Animators.

Tonight's figure drawing class was a fun one! sketches ranging from One , three's, and 10 minutes.

This last one was done in 10 minutes with my non-dominant hand, I read somewhere from Justin Bua, who teaches Figure Drawing for Animation at USC, that he makes he's students draw with their non-dominant hand. I still don't know why, can anyone tell me? I wish I could take one of his classes.



Blogger Horacio Domingues said...

Tienes unos hermosos trabajos en tu blog, amigo!!!

Gracias por visitar el mío!

Un abrazo


5:49 AM  
Blogger z0mbi said...

Phenominal. That last one is especially impressive, being from your non-dominant hand. I believe the exercise is intended to probe your non-creative brain a bit, and stir things up.

12:50 PM  
Blogger heri said...

you're right, I'll be drawing from the left side of my brain, it was hard to draw! thanks for stoping by.


Horacio.. Gracias. :)

5:52 PM  
Blogger pinky said...

wow, this is a really nice drawing... if this is with your non dominant hand thats really impressive!

7:41 PM  
Blogger Tyler (characters N' sketches) said...

i love these sketches!!! beutiful work!!! your girlie characters are amazing, its soo hard to draw gals!!!

8:09 PM  
Blogger REE said...

I know Bua personally. He makes people draw with their non-dominant hand becuz you get 1) new rhythms and 2)it makes you slow down and think.

If you notice when you draw with the non-dominant hand, there's less "scratching" and more thought out "drawing" (definitive line and careful placement).

6:35 PM  

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