nice studies man keep going
I dont know if you know this but the human figure by John H. Vanderpoel and bridgman should help you with anatomy and like they said take life drawing classes that will help you a lot oh and get life drawing in charcoal by douglas graves I got a lot of good info about value and mass
AdrianNagorski: thx mate!
Udonhead: I've only read Bridgman's "Constructive Anatomy". See page 1 for some Bridgman studies. Also took life drawing classes last year (some results also on page 1). Block 3 of the art class I´m taking will feature life drawing from the model. Never read Vanderpoel but thx for the tip mate.
More quick sketches from imagination. 2nd image, top left figure has some massive errors (torso is turned way too far) that I've tried to work out on page to it's right. Will do some more studies of the same pose today. Maybe I'll use some photo ref.
Last edited by Kapri; December 22nd, 2011 at 09:03 AM.
Great stuff so far- your doing absolutely everything right to keep getting better kudos for that! You've got a good grasp on volumes and a really good sense of movement.
I really like the little mage sketches in post 49.
& the stillife in 34 is awesome -when I was in school my teacher always set up boots and bags and stuff- a castle made of junk & blocks is way cooler.
Keep on keeping on and you'll be a rockstar for sure
Too amazing for words, but I would like some more imaginative drawings from you.
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