Thursday, September 10, 2015

About sketching . . .

Normally, I listen better. I am not serious when I look. As a feedback from SAIL Management Training Institute (MTI), I have a tendency to look above a person's head.
When it comes to choosing a subject for sketching, I am good in identifying contrasts. But I like sculptures and intricate designs within a subject. A sure signal for failure when I have an average drawing skills.
I want to develop this contrasting identification skills and make it simple. Assimilate this process and divide it into four shades like David Rankin namely, white, light grey, dark grey and black. Then try to put into paper.
About caricatures, I am good in shapes, but amplification is small. I need to improve this. And then improve lines within a face. And then learn shading. Lenn Redman is too good in caricatures and there is a lot to learn from his caricature book.
I many times wish there was more than 24 hours in a day. There is so much to do and learn.

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