A and B are of the same value... You can save and open in paint or photoshop to check!!
H1D this is a fantastic and highly detailed thread that will serve a lot of fledgling studiers of human anatomy, therefore I've decided to sticky this thread in it's own independent sticky until further notice.
Thanks for making such a great tutorial from your own hard work in school. Keep updating this please!
thanks a lot for sharing this, it's a great tutorial.
Don' t be afraid to cover things already covered by other members (dorian) you explanations could complete or fill a missing point. And many times, many members may have missed the dorian tutorial even if they always browse CA.
It would be fantastic to post all the things you will do in your school/atelier like dorian did. We would have the russian method of teaching.
and by thr way your studies are great !
Hey mans thanks a lot for the tutorial I think except from the books you mentionne+tony ryders classical approach book. It is not possible to find the info you shared with us.
It would be cool if you could do la video of part of the rendering process.
WOW! Brilliant! Thank you! It's like hogarth, but indepth!
I was taught that if we want to lead the eye towards something we should draw it with darker value. Later in another school I was taught the complete opposite - that we should lead the eye with the lightest value.
Both ways work - the first is useful for working on a normal white paper, sketching and the like, while the other is most used in painting - check out painters such as Caravaggio, Rembrandt, Leonardo da Vinci etc.
The eye is fixated on the center
If inverted the same is the case
If the small spot of contrasting value isn't in the center the eye will still go there
hummel1dane thank you for posting more amazing information and techniques!
These tutorials are amazing! You should write a book.
I did check out the German book "Menschen Zeichnen -Die Gestalt des Menschen". I need to save some money for it.
Thank you again for the hard work and effort.
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Man, the working and studying you're doing by yourself is remarkable, great attitude...keep going. I might do a couple of studies like these in the future, it's pretty inspiring and informative..
This is a great knowledge source, thank you very much!!!
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interesting n very educational!!!!!
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yep old masters r a strict lot..
rem one of my lecturer told a short story on how his 'master' help him improve his crafts: by tearing his work RIGHT infront of him if his 'master' felt that he cld have done better..
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