Real Masculinity and Manhood
Those forehead contour lines, makes her look more masculine, The exception is cheekbones, which are very sexy on women. The forehead should look totally smooth not a wrinkle on it. Soften the angles of her jaw and chin. Raise the outside of her eyes slightly, Fill out the lips (as if you didn't already do that ), and ease up on the bridge of the nose or omit it entirely.
House (1) There is no chimney (lack of warmth in the home situation, lack of psychological warmth, or difficulty dealing with a masculine sex symbol) (2) the house lacks a bottom wall baseline (poor reality contact) (3) the door floats above the implied wall baseline (interpersonal inaccessibility). House His house should be built on a ranch, which is a frequent topic of this patient (i.e., living on a ranch, being a cowboy desire to retreat to open spaces, anonymity through a masculine and tough symbol). Evaluation of his HTP reveals the presence of the following characteristics (1) feelings of insecurity and inferiority regarding masculinity, resulting in an attendant withdrawal into masculine symbols of power (2) infantile and orally dependent traits that cause sexual symbols and maternal symbols to be united, creating possible Oedipal conflicts (3) a tendency to retreat into a delusional or religious belief system to meet his dynamic needs when body drives threaten to overwhelm....
For some reason a little masculinity is much more tolerable in a woman's head than roundness and femininity is in a man's. The fashion experts seem to pick the lean-faced, angular-jawed, and bony types of models oftener than the purely feminine types. It may be that to get the rest of the figure slim enough to go on a fashion page, a bony face is required. Somehow the appearance of bone in the face does seem to give more character to a woman, just as it does to a man. Perhaps most of us admire leanness more than plumpness because leanness is hard to attain and keep. At least in that we have changed since the days of the old masters.
Masculine facial features (bold) and head shape (rounded). Sonia's masculine nature is reflected 4 in her stance. She is usually positioned exactly as one would arrange a male figure, highlighting none of her feminine attributes. Only the female head, breasts, and clothing tell us this is actually a feminine form.
Any language must be defined by a set of rules with regard to such things as sentence construction, grammar and spelling. Different languages have different rules and the rules of one language do not necessarily apply to the rules of another. Take as examples the English and German languages. In English, word order is all important. The subject always comes before the object. Thus the two sentences 'the dog bit the man' and 'the man bit the dog' mean very different things. However, in German, the subject and object are defined, not by word order but by the case of the definite or indefinite articles. Although word order is important in German, such that the sequence 'time-manner-place' is usually followed, it can be changed without any loss of meaning. The phrase'the dog bit the man' translates to 'der Hund bisst den Mann'. The words for dog (Hund) and man (Mann) are both masculine and hence the definite article is 'der'. In this case the man being the object is shown by the change of...
She's also eight to ten heads tall but, in most cases, wil have a smidgen of extra length due to her high heels. And, don't overlook this fine point Her shoulders should be wider than her hips. Don't be afraid to give her wide shoulders, It won't make her look masculine. In fact, it's just the opposite. Wide shoulders and wide hips, connected by a narrow waist, are extremely sexy. What you want to avoid is giving her thick neck muscles and large shoulder muscles, in addition, her legs can be muscular, but they should also be sleek and shapely.
He drew the female first (possible difficulty in establishing a masculine identity). Both figures are excessively large in size, with the female measuring 10.25 inches in height and the male 11 inches (impulsive, grandiose, possibly aggressive), and the male floats higher on the page than the female (keeps self aloof and relatively inaccessible). Both are drawn with long strokes (requires support and reassurance). The shading is patterned (rationalizes) and geometric. The female was drawn in nine colors and the male in six colors (inability to exercise self-control and restraint over emotional impulses). I then instructed him to draw a male. He worked quickly on this image and drew the head and face last (disturbance in interpersonal relationships). The image is drawn with angular strokes (masculine), as compared to the first image, which is rounded. The hair is again prolific (virility strivings), the eyes are closed (not wanting to see), the mouth is drawn in a heavy slash like a V...
The essence of successful male figure drawing is that it be kept masculine plenty of bone and muscle. The face should be lean, the cheeks slightly hollowed, the eyebrows fairly thick (never in a thin line), the mouth full, the chin prominent and well defined. The figure is, of course, wide shouldered and at least six feet (eight or more heads) tall. Unfortunately, it is not easy to find these lean-faced, hard-muscled male models. They are usually at harder work.
I have always been a student and an admirer of trees. Trees are tall or short, wide or thin, strong or weak. They are beautiful and haunting. Masculine and feminine. But the wonderful thing about trees is that they are what you see and make of them. You as an artist should study and sketch trees during all seasons.