After making some adjustments to the tail I’m calling this Tyrannosaurus drawing finished.
I don’t think the photo was exposed well with the top left corner of the drawing because the tail is darken than what you see here. Regardless I adjusted it by removing most of the hard edges within the texture of the tail and on the contours.
Previous Tyrannosaurs Drawing Posts
- How Much is Not Enough?
- Complex Forms with Scales
- A Very Productive Labor Day
- Art and Recovery
- Put Motive First
- A Day of Adjustments
- Tyrannosaurus Drawing Composition Work
The normal 15 minute warm-up in graphite.
Long Drapery Study
This is the second session on the “Long Drapery Study” out of the The Natural Way to Draw book. I wanted to simplify the folds in this drapery but I don’t think I achieved that well. More study on drapery is definitely needed.
Daily Composition and Sketch
I really like the combination of pencil, or a lighter tone, and ink. I drew my Sullivan sleeping in his box today. He wasn’t feeling well.
Then I drew a composition of a couple sitting and contemplating the enormity and ridiculously spectacular beauty of Mt Shuksan.
What went well, what was awesome! Celebrate It!
I had a short but relaxing art session today but I’m glad to be calling the Tyrannosaurus drawing finished on moving on to the next Fandom Fitness drawing.
What needs work? What did you learn?
More drapery study.
How am I going to Optimize moving forward?
With future Fandom Fitness drawings I’m going to pay special attention to drapery.