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    Daily: 3rd, 3/4 image for the Randy Orton mugshot gallery.

    Based on a 7cm tall box as above, 45/45 rotation.


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    Great to see you're taking Randy Orton so seriously! Hope to see a daily comic strip (newspaper-style) from you some day, Kamber!

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    Hey Xeon! That's the plan. . . but, seems like newspapers are slowly becoming dinosaurs dying in the tar pits of ongoing history. . . May end up having to be a web cartoonist and make next to minimum wage selling T-shirts and crap.

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    Yet another technical study of that stupid banana box in 3 point.

    I think Iíve finally discovered what I was doing wrong. I was trying to force the Central Visual Ray into being the one and the same with the corner of the box. AND, I kept trying to draw a line through the boxís front corner as if it were the line thatís supposed to intersect the CVR. This was messing up the location of Vanishing Point 3.

    The Side View diagram places the Orthogonal VP, the corner of the box, the bottom of the box, and VP3 in the correct locations for a proper 3 point drawing.

    When VP2 and VP3 are connected, a line drawn perpendicular to this line, from VP1, allows for the construction of the semi-circle of Thales and the location of SP2. The distance between SP2 and VP3 is used as a radius, centered on VP3, to cut the location of Measuring Point 3 (which allows measurement along the vertical axis).

    Iím pretty sure that this process is geometrically correct. Further, it does (finally) relate cleanly to my scale side construction of reality.

    So, Iím going to have to conclude that the CVR (for 3 point) is a composite of two coordinate systems and does not equate to the point that my eyeball is directly lined up with on the box. [This bothers me. But, until I gain a deeper technical understanding of the geometry involved through deconstruction of the Handprint stuff, Iím going to have to live with it. . .]

    ANYWAY. . .

    Dailies: multiple public bailouts and RKO from internet photo ref
    2 public figures
    public man, public head construction, couple gestures

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    Several Days Of Back Posting:

    Cow on art bin.
    Composite studies of soulless little waiting room.
    3 of the usual daily stuff.

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    Straggler from the last couple days: mom and kid in grocery store cafeteria.

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    Ballpoint on 3.5" X 5" Strathmore.

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    Randy Orton strangling a guy.
    Toto and Dorothy.

    (Both about a half hour each-- HB graphite on Strathmore, Orton inked (rather badly) with Pigma and Uniball 207.)

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    LOL I like that Randy Orton strangling the guy! The expression on his face screams BADASSERY!

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    Hey Xeon! Yeah, despite the poor inking and some wonkety arm proportions, I managed to keep the gesture of that freeze-frame pretty solid. Glad the expression reads as you said-- it's a bit weaker than the original-- from the bad inking I'd say!

    That, the below, and much of what I'm not posting comes from RKO's "entrance video" with all his characteristic behavior things-- he hears "voices in his head!" LOL!



    Below: RKO screen capture, .5mm Pigma over HB graphite, 40 to 60 min.

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    Girl HB graphite inked with Pigma .5mm (about 10 min. total)

    Yet another Daily incomplete drawing of a guy with a laptop. (If he were totally stationary, and if I could just plain stare at him, maybe hold the thumb and pencil up for a measurement or two-- I think I'd be making a much stronger drawing inside of 60 minutes.) As it stands, this is in that weird twilight zone between hard cartoon lines and subtle pop-off-the-page realism. . .

    I need to do some master studies of cheek bones and jaws.

    Blah. Blah. Blah! I'll stop now.

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    Raccoon structure studies and Starbucks mannikinized people. (HB graphite).

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    Daily Backposts:

    Man reading paper.
    Shirt sleeve studies.
    Multiple studies 3 different heads.

    Note To Self: "A" and "C" are regulars that I want to start doing intensive studies of-- like RKO-- I have a couple more in other locations that will join them. Otherwise, I need to do more studies from quality photo ref so I can get that rendering practice I'm not doing.

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    General Note: I've determined I'm down about a couple "months of Sundays" on the daily-- so, as before, the beginning of a few days of "quad-posts."

    2 on one page: Daily of a woman in Starbucks, page of coons
    page of coons 2
    pages of coons 3
    [All HB graphite on Strathmore 400]

    Coons are <5 min. each, captured from various internet sites, standardized in size with Preston Blair type proportioning-- mainly done just to force me to actively look at raccoon heads in various positions.

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    LOL, I spam gestures and you spam Racoon heads.
    COOL!

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