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Sketching on Location: Sketching People II

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In this part of sketching on location it is quite hard because I am not really used to using stick lines and this type of drawing.For a first timer like I must pay attention to details and practice on the techniques on how to make this type of drawing.
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Sketching on Location: Sketching People

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Speed is very important in sketching on location. Since you are going to record a live event, you must be very quick. Making a simplified version of the subject is one way to sketch fast.
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Speed Sketching Process

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I have learned that in sketching on location being fast and fluid is the key. It doesn’t really matter if it is not totally accurate as the real object the main point is creating a loose shape of the key areas of the subject. Sometimes I put into much effort in making the sketching perfect, but I have learned that being perfect doesn’t really matter.
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