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Thank you Briggsy. So it's a "tendinous expansion". No other book I looked at mentioned it, although one did show a tendon like feature. But this particular page clarifies everything. Thank you again.
Thank you Kamber! I think the triceps structure is the tendon of the long head, although I will continue my research unless someone here knows for sure.
Is this coracobrachialis?
Where is the groove I indicated with a dashed line coming from? And have I labeled the heads of the triceps correctly? Is the part behind the groove also the...
Not many things in life are. Do you have any particular thoughts or insights from your own life about this matter Mr. Elwell? I'd be very interested in hearing anecdotes from an experienced and...
I'm merely asking for a personal opinion. One way is not inherently better than the other and a synergy of both is most likely the superior path.
I'm glad you asked. Here are a few examples of the "focus on your strength" approach:
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So what is your view on each practice?
When examining the views of masters of any discipline regarding practice, they tend to belong express two opposing views. One is to disregard your weakness and instead focus and expand your...
You will be backtraced by the cyber police and consequences will never be the same.
I'm not sure if you have noticed, but you have a strong tendency to enlarge the legs and feet of your figures.
Your studies and portraits are great, although I feel like they would be stronger if you didn't try to render every single hair follicle.
Post more, I'm digging the simplicity of your sketches.
Your composition is usually great, but your values and edges aren't always believable. If you focused on those, you'd produce really strong pictures.
I like it a lot. Is the shape of the thought bubble suppose to resemble the shape of USA or am I just seeing things that aren't there?
The foreshortening of both arms and the torso is off and everything is too dark.
The composition doesn't really lead my eye anywhere. What is supposed to be the center of attention?
The face itself doesn't draw enough attention. It needs to have more contrast the rest of the painting.
I like the compositions with paths leading to it. But Artfix is right, the background is too plain and also, too bright for my liking. It steals attention away from the rock.
Overall the piece is great, however I have a little bit of a problem with the cast shadows on the wall of those soft tails coming out of his head and back. The edges of, what I'm assuming is cloth,...
I wish I had two accounts so I could subscribe twice. Amazing work.
Really good effort, I like how methodically you approach your practice. I wish I had that kind of discipline.
How long does it take you to complete a painting? You seem to be doing them quick and yet they don't look sloppy at all.
You definitely got skills, I'm eager to see your progress.
Your studies are great, I really like the simplification of masses you have going, it's something I'm striving for.