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Thread: The second level.
August 28th, 2007 #1
The second level.
I have a sketchbook in the other area but I want more feedback so I'm posting my stuff here too. Just some quick sketches this time around. I'll update this periodically.
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The very first thing I notice about your human forms is that the chins all seem to be smooshed back into the neck... like they are awkwardly cocking their heads back. The neck naturally curves forward leaving more space between the collar and the chin.
Ican also tell you fudge wrists and hands. They are very difficult for sure... but are a beautiful thing when done right and can really make or break a finished piece.
Just keep at it... I think alot of peoples biggest mistake is that they dont sketch out their forms first.. but its obvious you are giving it your best go, so youre coming at it from the right angle. My 2c is to just keep studying human anatomy and how all the bits and piece join together.
August 29th, 2007 #3
Thanks for the kind words. Believe it or not, I do have a decent system for hands, I just have to keep practicing much more. I appreciate the advice a lot, I have a huge problem with my general neck region that I'm working on. Check out my sketchbook in the sketchbook area and I have more stuff there. I appreciate your advice once again. I'll post more stuff up later this week as I complete things.
I'll try to get a sketch of the day going too. Once again thanks, I been waiting for some feedback for quite sometime now.
August 29th, 2007 #4
You're welcome Jotham! I couldnt find your sketchbook... maybe add a link to your signature? I will be happy to look at it and would enjoy doing so!
September 2nd, 2007 #5
I linked my sketchbook to my signature. Enjoy. I try to post up at least five new drawings every week. I got three posts on there, but just in case here is the link itself; http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=103364 again, any and all critique is a huge help. I can focus on my problem areas and devote more time to them.
November 23rd, 2007 #6