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    Drawing, sculpture, and 3D modeling

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    Seascape - the final drawing from a Corel Painter X tutorial. It came with a brief sketch image file, I went to through each feature.
    Cat1.jpg - a sketch of a cat photo
    Cat2.jpg - practicing of fur expression
    Cat4-memo.jpg - It was too late to recover the mistake. Different shade on the fur.
    Ideal Proportion, male, P26, Figure Drawing for all it's worth by Andrew Loomis

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    Drawing - Ideal Proportion, Female, Back

    Pencil - Cover
    Size: 2.0 Opacity: 58% Grain: 44% Resat: 100% Bleed: 0% Jitter: 0%

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    All the figures are on the 'Figure Drawing for all it's worth, Andrew Loomis.
    I'm studying this book for learning basic techniques.

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    Perspective, viewpoint, 3D looks

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    It has been pretty much replication of the example drawings on the book.
    Now, I move into study muscles and bones.
    I'm going to start drawing in my imagination soon: Male and female figures in various posture.

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    Began to draw out of imagination. Fun parts come in.
    It takes longer and needs to think alot while I'm drawing.
    I'm trying to master perspective, all kinds of postures of human figures if possible.
    Came up an idea about showing 3D directions and perspective gauge. (Left, Right, Top, Bottom, Front, Back plus Two depths of perspective boxes)

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    good start, there's a few issues you throw into your figures' proportions like moving the waist around or , in quite a few of them, making the torsos too large but this one is far more accurate
    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1275176398
    try to actively keep those proportions in mind until you get more comfortable with figures.
    nice studies so far but more

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    Draw practice for real objects.
    Used regular HB pencil and letter size print paper.

    Light was coming from the right window at that time.
    While I was looking for an eraser to fix some mistakes, light direction shifted slightly.

    Table-raw (dark image) is original JPG file from the digital camera.

    Table1 (bright one) was color correction done by Painter X.
    I was removing the noise background color but got tired of doing same thing.

    I won't do surface paint much till I find the solution of removing noise during digital process.

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    Reference drawing

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    Redrew the head on Painter X.

    Used Charcoal brush to paint colors.

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    Quick sketch about meditation introduction
    Bones on Loomis book

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    Gesture study

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    Light and Shadow study

    The light (A) - white paper
    The half tone (B)
    the shadow (C) - Darkest
    the reflected light (D)

    Made B to D tones by palette but it did not turn out well compared to the original tone work by pressure of brush and multiple strokes over the area.

    Why?

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