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April 10th, 2008 #1
memory drawings (anatomy study)
Please critique as much as possible
i am not an art student, anatomy study is my passion
I really really badly want to improve a lot and
hopefully with the help of everyone from CA I can do so
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Why haven't anyone replied on this one??!
I really like the flow of the first two drawings. It looks like you have more control over the pencil than with the rest. Keep posting your improvements!
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May 5th, 2008 #5
Really nice drawings, they´re full of gesture thats for sure. Only crit that i have is about the guy with the Bow, his left arm i think its a bit short, not sure though, and the Brachioradialis muscle seems to be on the front plane and it should be more like its turning, you know what i mean?
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Really nice drawings, keep up the practice.
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May 13th, 2008 #7
There's a slight disconnect between the drawings....could you explain a bit more when they were drawn? What your intentions were.. etc?www.tomvandewouwer.com
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drawing, and ugly, and nothing else." JAD Ingres, Ecrits sur l'art
May 23rd, 2008 #8
Thanks for comments.
quick Digital Painting of Ram(hindu god)
May 23rd, 2008 #9
Pretty sweet drawings, congratulations, mate! About the guy with the bow, though: I am unsure about his abs. I know that there has to be those muscles there but the way you rendered them makes them look like a turtle-breastplate. Actually a lot of people have this particular problem an I think the only way to overcome that is to practice the torso a bit more extensivley. On the last guy, on the other hand, the torso looks pretty smooth.
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Hey man great drawings. I like the elephant god I can't recall his name.Some m#therf@cker is always trying to iceskate uphill.
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