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May 11th, 2008 #53
Thanks, smuli. Sorry for the late reply: I've been avoiding to post because I really haven't done any post-worthy reference studies. *gets shot* I've realized that I can't really improve that quickly without them, so starting tomorrow I'm going to dive into anatomy. I promise myself haha. EDIT: I forgot to say. I'm going to Boston University to study Visual Art. woohoo!
Somewhat recent and not-that impressive stuff:
Not in time for Mother's Day:
Overdue b-day present for a friend:
I'm a graphic designer at school:
Unfinished for a contest at DeviantArt:
Blehing around in Google Sketchup:
Concrete textures from scratch:
WIP that will not be worked until much later:
Random blah blahs:
Last edited by YihyoungLi; May 11th, 2008 at 01:19 AM.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberJune 7th, 2008 #54
I'm an adult now. Yeah...
Anyway, I've finally been doing some anatomy studies. Starting out with the rib cage. I was drawing them from memory for a while, before I realized that I couldn't really visualize it underneath my skin in the mirror or in a photo. Blargh...I did eventually marker it on myself - xiphoid process, gladiolus, manubrium, types of ribs - but this website was much more helpful: http://www.getbodysmart.com/ap/muscu...menu/menu.html I'm very glad I stumbled upon it in the Resources forum...
Commission for John Hill:
Commission for Devil-Kitty:
And...rib cage study, w00t!:
EDIT: I plan to work on my pencil skills too...because I'm not very good at that. So anatomy+pencil-abilities=summer plans.
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June 23rd, 2008 #58
I feel much more productive by sketching, even though I still spent 5 hours browsing the web today. My artist's maxim: 65% observation, 35% creation.
Finally picked up a pencil. Referenced my 4.5 inch mannikin for the torsos; heads are from my head.:
Coloring the torsos. I'm still iffy on muscles asides from the pectoralis major:
September 17th, 2008 #59
I haven't practiced anatomy that much...gawd. I've been reading about it, but haven't picked up the pencil.
One factor is because I'm lazy, but the other factor is because it's difficult to conceive the ribcage from a radical perspective. I might "borrow" some clay from the classroom, mold it into a ribcage, and see if that helps. D:
I'll update with some anatomy stuff soon.
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October 26th, 2008 #65
Nice work in here. I want to see more sketches~!
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