Lesson 4: Applying Construction to Insects and Arachnids
10:24 PM, Saturday February 1st 2020
Please see the link for my Lesson 4 submission.
One thing I wasn't quite sure of was when it was appropriate (or allowed, really) to utilize organic forms as a base for the insect's structure, instead of geometric ones. I noticed you had done so in your informal demo "The turning of form" with the beetle drawing, so I attempted it a few times throughout my homework.
I think at first I feared that if I simply drew down an outline of the particular body part as an organic form, it would be difficult to determine how it exists in 3D space, but applying some simple contours helped. I figured I'd ask your thoughts on this.