Wow. It's been awhile since I've posted here.
Here's a piece I'm pretty focused on, but I've really hit a roadblock with the anatomy and the perspective. I feel like I've got the body and the right leg sorted out, but the left leg just looks like a lump of meat to me, and I can't draw the bottoms of feet to save my life.
I removed the arms for the moment, but I'll add them in once I've got the rest down. And sorry about the trippy colors!
Last edited by OspreySoul; February 27th, 2010 at 02:50 AM.
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this looks great so far. Interesting pose with good options for perspective and overlap.whenever I get stuck with a pose, I either go back to my anatomy studies to really lock in the shapes from all angles, or get a friend to pose for me and I shoot some ref.
Lately I've been drawing all my hands from ref, but tonight I've whipped out my loomis books to study hands from imagination. Don't lose steam, we're all learnng together!
the right-most foot ( her left?) seems off in perspective, her neck seems a bit too long and too high on the ribcage, her breasts are a bit uneven, torso-s a tad long, but overall a good start. Nice knee : D
Well, I tried to keep her upper half 4 1/3 heads, like Loomis says, but I'll double check on the neck. I had her shoulders slanted before and her breasts weren't, so I added a slant there, but I can fix that, too. How much more should her torso be shortened?
So, I started adding in the facial features and hair, but I'm kind of concerned... Is that right hand too big? Head too small? I think it's the latter, because I did the proportions using the 8 head measure. That right leg looks a bit fat, too, but I'm really not sure how to fix it.