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March 22nd, 2009 #1
Early work from figure drawing
these are all from this semester. i figured during the break i could get some feedback on where i am weakest. i'll show them from earliest to latest to show my progression
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I'm now rediscovering the human form. Kinda of unlearning the bad habits and designing the figure based on basic shapes and then building on that. I was previously working from rough sketch to detailed outline then filling in the extra. But to get the mass and weight this is the process I must learn now. I can still start with the gesture, but after that I will build the mass of the subject using 3D shapes before going on to further detail.
August 2nd, 2010 #3
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August 4th, 2010 #4
Thank you. I've been working hard this summer. Here are a few more from yesterday. Building characters from 3D shapes is really paying off.
November 14th, 2010 #5
Hi Welcome here I dropped by your URL I really like it, I like your
animations good stuff, it reminds me on Sesamstrasse. Keep
up the drawing it helps for animation.
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Anatomy practice is seriously the best part of being an artist. It's almost as if there's some kind of veil that's been lifted from your eyes and you suddenly see everything in an entirely new perspective, like some kind of aesthetic epiphany or something. And all you had to to do was to go out and draw naked people.
Fantastic studies so far, even though you've only had three post I'm already beginning to see some rate of progress. Keep going!