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    anatomy studies

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    This is a work, i had did in my figure drawingclass; I would like a critique on it.
    Last edited by Deepinonespersona; January 10th, 2011 at 03:52 PM.


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    Attachment 1142116


    What do you think?

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    Looks alright, but keep posting. Needs more to think of...

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    here you go. they come from my fb page. can't load them through the scanner because it broke. Attachment 1142135

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    AciplyAnnenny, you can start by not spamming 3 sketchbook threads, and find yourself an FAQ or help contact page such as this: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/faq.php

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    Attachment 1143108 Here some anatomy of a fruit.
    Last edited by Deepinonespersona; January 12th, 2011 at 08:58 PM.

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    hello! It's good that you're addressing the entire figure, but I think what can help is more structure. Right now the lines seem to float, not really describing solid masses; it may help to make a simple underdrawing--boxes, cylinders, etc.--before putting the contours on top. If you've got a good foundation, the rest will come more easily.

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    Attachment 1146403 Here a half complete skull study.

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    Attachment 1146406 nose and eyes practice.

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    Shade those noses, add either value or color to those irises, get a good highlight going in those pupils. Plus, don't use an outline when defining the eyelids like you've done. Use values. It'll give you a MUCH greater sense of realism.

    You do have a good start here though, so keep practicing.
    The usual staples for anatomy:
    George Bridgman
    Joseph Sheppard
    Andrew Loomis

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    Quote Originally Posted by YihyoungLi View Post
    hello! It's good that you're addressing the entire figure, but I think what can help is more structure. Right now the lines seem to float, not really describing solid masses; it may help to make a simple underdrawing--boxes, cylinders, etc.--before putting the contours on top. If you've got a good foundation, the rest will come more easily.
    Attachment 1149990

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    Attachment 1159620 studies from Sarah Simblet sketch book for the artist.

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    remember to stay from the "chicken scratch" lines! I noticed a few of your studies were starting to suffer from it. Make every line count, and if it looks off, erase it and try again until you get it. Keep up the hard work
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghast View Post
    remember to stay from the "chicken scratch" lines! I noticed a few of your studies were starting to suffer from it. Make every line count, and if it looks off, erase it and try again until you get it. Keep up the hard work
    Thank you, very much.

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    Probably repeating this, but loosen up your hand when you draw. Try to draw quicker and with longer lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarbonBased View Post
    Probably repeating this, but loosen up your hand when you draw. Try to draw quicker and with longer lines.
    Thanks I am going to post more stuff, in which i did that.

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