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December 5th, 2007 #1
Sendak's Playground (Updated: July 22nd)
I welcome crit! I thrive on it. So thanks in advance if you offer it.
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I don't know,but why should someone like you post here now.you have greeeat artwork.post more and see my sketchbook in your free time,please.
Need your critique
December 5th, 2007 #3
December 5th, 2007 #4
sketchbooks", it's "Sketchbooks". Besides, my kung fu may be strong, but there are many here who's kung fu is much more powerful. I seek their wisdom. And if I can inspire someone else along the way, then thats great too.
Thanks to you both for commenting.
These pics were moved from the first post to this one to fix the thumbnail issues. These are samples from the last few months (dates are usually on them).A few of them may not have been posted here before. I'm not sure.
Last edited by Sendak; December 7th, 2007 at 03:22 PM.
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December 5th, 2007 #6
Thanks nofingers. I see you are in Atlanata. I'm a relatively new addition to ATL myself. Moved here in June and started SCAD-Atlanta in September.
December 5th, 2007 #7
December 6th, 2007 #8
Here are some meerkats and a few lions. Mostly from photos I took at the Atlanta Zoo a few weeks ago.
Okay, so a few of these weren't from the zoo:
December 6th, 2007 #9
man ur stuff is really good... face body/anatomy proportions r like all perfect, well they look it to me
i just wanna see more .. so keep posting
Check out my SKETCHBOOK ...looking for helpful advice!
December 6th, 2007 #10
In an effort to get more comfortable with figure drawing from imagination I'm getting back to anatomy studies. I would much prefer to draw from actual skeletons or one of those amazing Freedom of Teach figures, but I don't have access to it right now. I figure that you've got to use what you've got to get what you want, so I'm copying pages from the Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist. It's a great book. It's one of many on my shelf, but I decided to just chose one and get going. I"m not trying to do exact renderings from the pages, but instead to learn as much as possible about the structure. I'm only through the skeleton so far. Had to take a break and do some fun stuff too, but I'll get to the muscles next week.
I've had a decent grasp of anatomy for a while, down to the names of most bones and muscle groups, but naming something and being able to really draw the forms are two different things. I doubt a doctor could draw much of it for example. So, I'm finding it really helpful to draw these forms again and again from different angles and so forth. I already feel like I have a much better grasp of the human body and how it is put together and moves.
PS. When I went back to drawing figures from imagination and photos last week, they felt much more solid and I felt much more confident that I understood what I was looking at. So I was able to jump in and bang out the figures a little faster than usual.
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December 6th, 2007 #12
wow ... thats awesome pics. I love your anatomy stuff. please post more^^
December 6th, 2007 #13