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    Anatomy and random other studies...(Big DL)

    Hey all. I was gonna put this in my daily sketchbook, but seeing as i cant update it daily, it doesnt really belong there, so im putting it here instead.

    Ever since the workshop, im going back to the basics and studying anatomy and structure and value (before moving on to tackle color and composition). Ill be posting my progress studies as i scan em, and i would love crits from the lot of you. No concept sketches here for now, ill be putting those up elsewhere, once i fell like ive get my feet more firmly planted.

    pretty please critique em to bits, and/or suggest other avenues of study? Feel free to add your own sketches too, by all means.....

    onward!
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    Value still life, about 2 hours.

    Anatomy and random other studies...(Big DL)

    Anatomy

    Anatomy and random other studies...(Big DL)

    Anatomy and random other studies...(Big DL)

    Anatomy and random other studies...(Big DL)

    Anatomy and random other studies...(Big DL)

    Anatomy and random other studies...(Big DL)

    Anatomy and random other studies...(Big DL)

    A sketch from the Amsterdam workshop

    Anatomy and random other studies...(Big DL)

    Owls!

    Anatomy and random other studies...(Big DL)


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    Hey Hi Layil!

    The owls are great and there´s nothing I can say about that portrait sketch from the ws, except great work!

    I really like the anatomy studies. The written names of the anatomy parts is a real good thing. I can´t read your writing very good, though. Well, the important thing is that you can read it.

    The owls are nicely done and express character. The still live however falls short behind your other stuff.

    I´m gonna post my anatomy as soon as I´ve done some. cya

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    Thanks bbwolf. The still life is the first of MANY more to come. The names on the anatomy studies, well i can read SOME of them, lol, though its made even more confusing cause my anatomy books are in spanish, so i need to memorize the names in TWO languages, as if one wasnt hard enough. Im having fun with it though. Ill post some more as soon as i get around to scanning them.


    Id love to see some of yours!


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    Some anatomy. At your service.
    (Am I lucky that I started allready:p )

    I´ll only post the drawings. The story behind and the written explanation is in my sketchbook.

    Isn´t the spanish anatomy book helping with learning spanish?


    Anatomy and random other studies...(Big DL) Anatomy and random other studies...(Big DL) Anatomy and random other studies...(Big DL)
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    bbwolf, those are out of the Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist by Stephen Rogers Peck right?

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    AAAAAAAAND the WINNER IS:

    :flower: :flower: DaaaaaaaAAANTEE ORT!!! :flower: :flower:

    Yeah. it is. I REALLY like it. I wanna draw it all. I hope nobody minds. Think I´ll post a disclaimer so forth.
    A tutor once said to me: "Let your mind go!" and it didn´t come back.

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    awsome!

    yeah, mine are copied from an anatomy book as well (seeing as i dont have access to any flayed dead bodies for study.,.... YET. ) Ill have to look up the name though, cause i dont knwo it from mempry. I love the logs!

    looking good, man, lets see some more....

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