Anthis - i know what you mean. i have to work on that too. Have to have these done on time!! youre gestures are coming along quite nicely man. keep it up
Howie - good ones man! keep the proportions in mind. Good job!
Aardvarkphil - sorry to hear. looking forward to seeing your in the next one
Sarcophagus - dude! try to find some time to participate on this. it's really cool and you totally see the benefit of it after a couple of runs!
Ok here are mine. i'm a little late this time. sorry
I'll be putting up the threads from now on since Cwn Annwn is awefuly busy at the moment. See yah there guys!!!
Howie: Thanks. Yea, wasn't doing well the week before. Did the seated ones after your advice. Males are from imagination, but I needed ref on the females and their poses. Bit of a weak point.
Your technique seems to pay off well for balance and legs especially. The proportions (arms, body sizes) seem a little off sometimes, but that might be because of the photograph distortion? MeTaL-Mike; Hehe, I used to spread them out over the week, but I'm only postponing now... Thanks.
Nice variation you got there. Among pose, expression and style. I like #2 and #15 (same guy?). #2 reminds me of half-life..... Some necks seem a bit thin (among the expressions, not sure if intended). What ref did you use for the hipbones? In my ref, the hipbones had the same width, but the female one was only positioned differently.
Anthis - I did not use any ref for the gestures. only the Optional study. i've got it from a book called "Drawing Cutting Edge Anatomy – The ultimate reference guide for comic book artists" by Christopher Hart
I've got many ebooks on drawing and other stuff, just never have time to go through them all
Lohan and Asatira - good work guys but your posting in the wrong thread.
This spartan thread is a weekly thing and a new thread is being posted weekly in the Community Activities forum. check it out, a new one is up already. post these in there