7:19 AM, Friday July 28th 2023
Yes I feel like I understand what you said.
It made me to believe more in the opinion I earlier gave to OP in same thread
I feel that structure and form are related to each other.
If you identify the forms present within or the forms the subject is made from, proportion, planes , the structure of that subject is established.
Like in spider case , I know that the cephalothorax is made from sphere and ellipses and not from some some prison or cylinder. After analysing , you find that the legs are attached to the thorax and not to the head or the back and these legs kinda flow into each other.
All these will be kept in mind while I draw the spider and add details to the head as if it was rounded not some Flat , 2d sh*t .
All these helped me to define the structure of the subject.
Many of the times I draw the drawings using boxes mainly which help to give idea which planes are where thus defining structure .
Please correct me if I am wrong because I don't want to continue my art journey with something completely wrong I my mind.
If you like, you can also see the opinion I gave earlier in the same thread !!
Thanks for replaying earlier !!