04-18-2020, 04:47 AM

Here i am demonstration you how to properly review your own work if you want to practice improving your observation and visualisation skill.

First you take your image final copy and you use the resize tool and you overlay it over the original reduce the opacity of the layers to show if the scale is the same if you made it into multiple layers you can either merge all layers into one or copy all those layers and merge them into one.

There a tool where you can normally move a segment around this will be use to compare the original from the copy.

For demonstration purpose i am showing you how i think but ultimately this is more of a how to think will working rather actually a step by step approach.

What the ultimate goal is to simply visualize the segment or relative proportion of a shape.Since you don't necessary have an accurate eye yet it not forbidden to physically put stuff down and measure but be careful some as to not fall in the trap of over visually measuring else it where your work start to be more about accuracy than anything and it where your figure can start to look stiff.

What is the most important is that you practice being conscious about your decision making and being accurate about those choose.

Now let look at your work

Right now what i would suggest is you focus on accuracy of angle and curve and proportion.Forget about color value and detail practice simplification.Small detail are just more tricky bigger shape.

First of you want to work with the same scale image as your original.

To do that with a rule or without measure or estimate the vertical lenght of the image measure or estimate the horizontal lenght of that image .

Depending on your level of skill.*Remember tool are like wheel on a bike it better to learn to get them off as soon as you can so if you can estimate instead of measure.

Ok now we have were scale. Now we have to look at what is the easiest and biggest most basic geometric we can extact from the figure.This will help us establish the proportion of the figure a swell as establish some negative space That help use refine the outline of we figure.

I prefer to get proportion as accurate as soon possible in the first place and than once i got like atleast 80% of the space occupied with simple geometric form i like to start to get more accurate first starting with straight line rather than going straight to putting curve.

I prefer to do my study in small chunck of fundamental at a time this mean i am not trying to stress myself with how much idk yet.I only approach it in a chew able manner the problem is that to do just that. you gotta learn to challenge yourself and know what are your weakness and strong point.

My last word of advise is don't under estimate the usefulness of negative space and if you don't know what i am talking about well don't miss the opportunity to learn about it usefulness.Also don't forget that comparaison between two segment help you get more accurate at angle estimation and with shape you compare there size relative to an other but they also have angle you can use to compare against one and other.

First you take your image final copy and you use the resize tool and you overlay it over the original reduce the opacity of the layers to show if the scale is the same if you made it into multiple layers you can either merge all layers into one or copy all those layers and merge them into one.

There a tool where you can normally move a segment around this will be use to compare the original from the copy.

For demonstration purpose i am showing you how i think but ultimately this is more of a how to think will working rather actually a step by step approach.

What the ultimate goal is to simply visualize the segment or relative proportion of a shape.Since you don't necessary have an accurate eye yet it not forbidden to physically put stuff down and measure but be careful some as to not fall in the trap of over visually measuring else it where your work start to be more about accuracy than anything and it where your figure can start to look stiff.

What is the most important is that you practice being conscious about your decision making and being accurate about those choose.

Now let look at your work

Right now what i would suggest is you focus on accuracy of angle and curve and proportion.Forget about color value and detail practice simplification.Small detail are just more tricky bigger shape.

First of you want to work with the same scale image as your original.

To do that with a rule or without measure or estimate the vertical lenght of the image measure or estimate the horizontal lenght of that image .

Depending on your level of skill.*Remember tool are like wheel on a bike it better to learn to get them off as soon as you can so if you can estimate instead of measure.

Ok now we have were scale. Now we have to look at what is the easiest and biggest most basic geometric we can extact from the figure.This will help us establish the proportion of the figure a swell as establish some negative space That help use refine the outline of we figure.

I prefer to get proportion as accurate as soon possible in the first place and than once i got like atleast 80% of the space occupied with simple geometric form i like to start to get more accurate first starting with straight line rather than going straight to putting curve.

I prefer to do my study in small chunck of fundamental at a time this mean i am not trying to stress myself with how much idk yet.I only approach it in a chew able manner the problem is that to do just that. you gotta learn to challenge yourself and know what are your weakness and strong point.

My last word of advise is don't under estimate the usefulness of negative space and if you don't know what i am talking about well don't miss the opportunity to learn about it usefulness.Also don't forget that comparaison between two segment help you get more accurate at angle estimation and with shape you compare there size relative to an other but they also have angle you can use to compare against one and other.