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personally, I am a science student striving for a career in research. My job will most probably have nothing at all to do with art. However, I love to draw/paint. But I usually deal with art...
I have two separate questions:
What would you suggest as a book for drawing/practicing faces? I have studied bodies with Bridgman, and I am practicing regularly with posemaniacs. This...
Thank you DAMJAN!
Here is the high res ref pic:
here is py drawing of the Lara Croft Action figure. I made a sketch from the ref photo, then tried to colorize it, but didn't like it for the poorly defined shapes. So I started creating a...
You are definitely right, element1988, drawing from memory would be some very good practice. Right now, I have very little time, but I'll try to do that over Christmas. I know that real learning will...
Thanks for the comment, Hive_minD!
I work with some books by Bridgman (Constructive Anatomy; The Human Machine; Heads, Features and Faces and The Female Form), but I don't know the other books. Unfortunately, they are not...
Hey Trisscar and Francisck,
thanks for commenting! Yes, I think Bridgman helps a lot! Apart from drawing mostly from Constructive Anatomy, I also read his book on Heads/Faces and his Human...
Here's another one: