14/11/2010 fighting poses (reference)
14/11/2010 - pose from dynamic figure drawing book
15/11/2010 some arm anatomy
16/11/2010 fighting poses and portrait.
all from reference
22/11/2010 - all posemaniacs. first i did pencil sketch and outlined using a marker. i think these are an improvement in showing form instead of contour
23/11/2010 poses from photo reference. I should have paid more attention to form but it's hard if they are wearing clothes
25/11/2010 60 seconds posemaniacs gestures
26/11/2010 lips practice
26/11/2010 some posemaniacs and some more refined poses
it's been a while since the last update. Mainly because i was to lazy to photograph all my drawings and upload them.
But i kept drawing
Here are some drawings of te last month:
Last edited by fjskmdl; March 28th, 2011 at 12:03 PM.
photo ref 25/3 characterdesigns.com
25/3 characterdesign.com photo ref.
Because you appear to enjoy life drawings, I would recommend you find a structured course in human anatomy. I think your next step should be to develop your own reference points...It looks as if you are struggling with the relationship between head, torso, and pelvis. You have volume, but the relationship between bone and muscle isn't there. I think you are attempting to draw difficult surface anatomy without a clear understanding of ratios. I'm just assuming your interest from looking at your sketchbook, but I think your art would take a giant leap if you would concentrate on the skeleton and muscles. If you want to focused on drawing the human, I would recommend finding a good teacher. People at conceptart.org could probably help you find a class which would meet your needs.
thanks, you are right about connection various parts. I mostly have trouble connecting the pelvis with the torse and legs.
2/4/2010 from reference
both from photo reference.
for the face i used http://www.sweetandtalented.com/imag...cuthbert44.jpg as a reference (although it doesn't look like her alot in my version