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My first solo flight.
It was very unexpected and unforgettable.
The day of my solo flight, my flight instructor and I had basic briefing. He never told me when I'll be flying solo. I asked him "When I'll be flying solo" and his answer was, "Soon". That was the day prior my solo.
So, I hopped on a beautiful plane N97019 and started preflight and did some 3 landings on KMFE.
Once the landings where done, my flight instructor said to park the airplane at the ramp and I turned off the engine. Trying to get out and have debriefing. When I opened the door, he said "What are you doing? Go and fly! this is your first solo!" I replied "Are you dead serious?!". I rev up 019's Lycomming engine and started to taxi under watchful eye of my flight instructor. KMFE tower guys were very nice with first solo fights and words of congratulations poured in. I was singing "I believe I can fly" all the way when aircraft lifted to blue skies. Unforgettable moment.
How to: AnatomyHuman anatomy is, for sure, one of the hardest things to draw. But at the same time it's one of the most interesting things to draw, because... hey... we love making characters, and it's nice if they at least look a bit like a human being. I'm still far from perfect at drawing the human body, yet I've accumulated some very useful tips, tricks and websites.More Like This
Drawing from life
Drawing from life is awesome!
Look for life drawing classes in your environment, or if they're not available; ask your friends to pose for you. Go have a drink in the city when the weather is nice, and sketch people passing by. There's nowhere you learn more about human anatomy than by observing and sketching real people. There's only one downside to this; dynamic poses are tricky, as it's hard for any model to hold a difficult pose for a long time.
And no... drawing (nearly) naked people in a drawing class isn't awkward. I