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    Spartan Camp #197 - 50 gestures + Optional "Head Anatomy Study"

    Spartan Camp #197 - 50 gestures + Optional "Head Anatomy Study"

    The aim is to produce 50 gestures by Sunday the 25th of September.

    - The gestures can be of anything, human, animal, cavorting capybaras.... You can draw full figures, but you can also go for heads, arms, eyes, or anything specific. All media can be used, both digital or traditional. Coloured or black/white. Quick scribbles or long studies. Imagination or referenced. Clothed or nude. Specifics are up to you!

    - In addition to this, participants can choose to do an Optional "Male/Female Study", in any medium.
    Additional notes on this weeks’ Optional Study:


    The background:
    In about two months, it will be International Self Portrait Day. Every year, this great activity has a high turnout here on conceptart.org. Take a look HERE to see last years' portraits.
    Because of this great opportunity, we will devote some of the upcoming optional studies to this topic. We will focus on heads, faces, anatomy, and other things related to portraiture. Not every week, of course. Just enough to prepare us for this event!

    This week will be focused on some of the basics; anatomy. The skull or musculature are good subjects, but you can choose anything you can come up with as long as it is part of the head. The skull is interesting in how it shapes the form of the head; it is very visible from the outside. It has a relatively fixed shape. Only the jaw is movable, which comes with a lot of musculature. In other words; the anatomy of the head is very visible! The goal is to provide some in-depth study in the head's anatomy, which will be useful in the upcoming self portrait day on november the 1st!

    The assignment:
    Study the anatomy of the head. Specificities are yours to choose! Reference very much advised.


    50 poses is a challenge, but don't hurry or stress yourself reaching it! Focus on drawing, as practising is the main goal of this exercise.

    Criticizing each other is highly encouraged!! Share constructive criticism, reference images and resources!! Let's help each other get better!

    Come on soldiers! Flex those muscles!!

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    Please note that the deadline is not upcoming Sunday, but the one of September 25th.

    Additionally, I added critique to last weeks' camp.

    Gestures coming soon! Good luck!


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    Extended deadline woohoo, let's party people!

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    Figured I'd post stuff for the halfay point
    Digital stuff and
    I went to the zoo this week

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    Here's some head anatomy studies for the optional part of the challenge.
    I'll do the gestures and the remaining anatomy studies (muscles of the face) later.

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    starting to get really frustrated/unhappy with my proportions and anatomy, so am totally up for this. first 10 of 50 sketches done. I'm hoping to go for more. Working on photoshop from photo ref.

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    Doin the gestures

    hey ohh

    Just not happy with my images anymore, skill improvement is needed. I have been lurking in concept art for a little while, and starting the odd CHOW, but nothing seems to capture my imagination, and/or I over work it and it starts looking terrible.
    I found this great gesture website and started using it tonight.
    Models

    My process is :
    1. One min to sketch out gesture from observation with grey lines.
    2. One min white line draw-over to better define shape structure
    3. One min black lines to really define to gesture
    4. One min Value wash underneath to find form/light.
    after the 1st step I'm drawing without the photo ref maybe I will try a 4 min study with all the steps.

    Hopefully this is the right direction for me..

    hey samming those animal studies are really cool
    BlackDelphin those over head angles are really cool (7,8) but I really like the underneath ones (13. 14) where did you get those refs?

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    Thank you Obacmar, I like doing those the most.
    5 7 and 13 are the ones i like the most how they came out.
    To bad they can't all be that great (yet!)

    Your style is interesting, you did those digitally, no?
    They have a traditional mood to them.

    I used posemaniacs for all of the figures.


    More figures and a few loomis.
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    sketching the ppl's

    Hi hi

    Man! It feels good to post something again.
    Feeling inspired :) and so I did some more, a few men and women. Ive attached a mid-stage to my process. I seriously can't wait to finish the 50 gestures, so I can have my reward--- the head study. It's like dessert.
    One idea came to mind..Should I use a famous head as reference?

    THX! Delphin, that website is amazing! Muscle anatomy, and they are all turntables too. I will be sure to do a few gestures using that site.
    oh and I'm honored you believe my style to be pencil, It's actually all digital, and I use the Intuos. Your work has great scale and perspective.

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    update! 30 of 50 done. Im aiming to do 10 poses a day. Blue came first, then green, then purple. The first two sets of figures were 1 min poses, and the third set is 2 min poses. I think I might jump back to 30 second poses, I dunno yet. Obacmar, I could kiss you for that gesture link, it's super helpful

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    Obacmar- those are some nice figures, nice poses and good foreshortening. you can see they are digitally done, but you'd normally see this style applied to traditional so it definitely reminds me of it. perhaps try using less white in the very dark parts of the figure. i don't know why, but after a short while of viewing it, my eyes get tired or don't know where to concentrate any more. will you go for the 50 poses?

    Drygrass- the really fast ones helped me find simple shapes faster; also with proportions and flow, but i couldn't see any results until i did quite a few
    nicely done so far! some have good, readable fershortening

    Quite a busy week this one. I see lots of people going for the challenges, it is motivating!
    Here's another batch from me.

    And I collected a few resources
    Perhaps you guys will find something new in there.

    Any other resources that you use yourselves? Please do share!

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    and so on

    Well I'm done around half, and It seems I will have 3 sets maybe 4 sets. Its true Delphin the value washed gestures are a little confusing to the eye. I think the light source in different directions is confusing. This was bound to happen, I over work everything. I will leave that style alone and they will be my 1st set.
    anyways these are gestures and I have to keep them max 4 min. of work. I started doing these newest ones using poseamainiacs
    soo cool to draw from these angles. I see 3rd person or standing on a ledge.
    Also I will "try" and be more gestural with my drawing. I think I need to tweak my brush out so I can get more line quality.
    Drygrass those are looking sweeet!! so consistent
    Delphin thx for the new reference material there's tons there. Its been so long since I was on DA And wow you are a machine! Keep up the head studies. The faceted faces are the way to go, I think i will rock some similar studies soon.

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    Concentrating on the arm today.

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    123----50!

    I made it 54 actually. Moving onto the head study....
    But beer and SC 1st
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    I really like how 4,22, 30, 31 and 35 have turned out! The legs in the last three are really solid,
    makes the whole figure look more solid because of this.

    Will you be working your way up to 123 Obacmar?

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    Thx Delphin. I really like 22 as-well. LOL I meant 1,2,3,-----> 50
    Your forearm bone study is beautiful, the rendering make the bones have the right texture and stand out.
    I think I shall should do a skull next.

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    Some skulls

    Some studies

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    You can really see the planes in those skulls, great job Obacmar! The upper right corner skull is more readable,
    i think because that white is along the main lines.
    The lower two have a bit of hatching, and for a reason that gives me the impression of wood.
    Especially the one on the right. Interesting.

    More arm studies from me.

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    Yeah like wood.. sometimes reducing something to geometric shapes feels like carving a block of wood.
    Delphin your studies should be in a book, so clean. You can see the your research coming together off in the last few. The shading is really accurate. The darker muscles look rich/heavy with blood. Even the arm mechanics, nice work.

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    Thank you very much Obacmar, you're giving me to much credit. These are studies after Bammes after all.
    His style I seem to work best with. Have you seen his stuff?

    Posemaniacs today, and some basics on A3 paper.
    My shoulder hurts xD I guess that's a good thing, means I did it right.

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    Photo ref-d gestures and heads.

    It's very painful for me to look at my so-called "gestures" after looking at excellent sketches drawn by Obacmar and BlackDelphin.

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    hey yoh
    Bammes eh??? I did a quick google images search, and I was rewarded with ample amounts of refs! thx Delphin ..I'm liking 86,87,90
    Guardian your gestures are perfectly awesome, I really like 11. I would suggest more contrast on your scans, some are hard to read.

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    Obacmar — Well, if you really mean that my gestures are good, then, thank you very much. Your kind words are very motivating, especially concerning the fact that even your gestures are overwhelmingly superior to every figure-related piece of art I've ever done so far.

    Here's the remaining gestures to finish the challenge. Photo referenced (mostly).

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    Guardian G.I - you finished the 50 poses challenge, congratulations! it is important to draw a lot. practice makes perfect, and it really dose! be sure i and obacmar had our share of poses; here's how mine used to look like
    I think it would help you work in more basic shapes, look for them in the figure, and look at the spine, it tells a lot about the figure's direction and flow. It really helps me out in posemaniancs, with all those weird angles.
    Let's see some more! It is always motivating to see someone work hard, no matter what the level. So thank you for motivating me!
    And looking forward in seeing more of your stuff in here, post post post!

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    BlackDelphin — Thanks for the kind words!
    I've never tried drawing gestures made out of basic shapes before, because I was afraid that the result would look very blocky due to lack of skills. I really need to try that soon.
    And concerning the lack of posts, well, I don't have much time to draw now, due to school. Most of my drawings done during free time at school are ugly scribbly doodles of imaginary weapons and armored vehicles. I only draw gestures when I participate in the Spartan Camp, because otherwise, I usually get frustrated due to low quality of those things and discourage myself from drawing.
    Challenges like the Spartan Camp are very time-consuming, so it's good thing that Anthis has put an extended deadline. For the sake of convenience, he really need to keep that time frame in the following rounds.

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    Hey guardian Try not to worry too much about how good or bad the figures look. Gesture drawing is not so much about producing good looking products as it is about about exploring the figure and learning about it.

    Trying to draw figures in different ways can be a big help, too. Gestures made from only circles/spheres explore volume, armature/stick figures can be used to explore joints and proportions, drawing only the negative space around the figure helps teach body shape, etc etc. Blind contour figure drawings are also a great exercise. When doing those, my teacher would tell me that if my blind contours looked too much like a human being and not enough like a scribbly mess, then I was doing it wrong.

    Rather than thinking on how good they look, try to focus on teaching yourself more about the figure. They don't need to look great compared to anyone else, they just need to help us sharpen our skills. Often the learning process is gradual. The more you practice, the better your stuff will get over time. ^^; My teachers used to tell me that Bad drawings were awesome. The more bad drawings you make, the more you get them out of your system, and make room for better drawings. I use that sometimes to help me get my chin up when I feel really low.

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    "They don't need to look great compared to anyone else, they just need to help us sharpen our skills."
    I second that. And also, we have our own style, so you can't really compare your progress with someone else's progress. Only to some extent.


    "The more bad drawings you make, the more you get them out of your system, and make room for better drawings."
    That is really useful Drygrass, thank you! It is well said. I knew I have to lose the fear of doing something, even if i know
    it is wrong from the start, in order to become better, but i didn't know how to say it to myself in a motivational way.

    So lets do some more and get the bad stuff out! Make room for the good stuff!

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    "The more bad drawings you make, the more you get them out of your system, and make room for better drawings."

    Drygrass!! I love that one

    "Learn from your mistakes" Is one of my faves. Also "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger" I don't see how the 2nd really applies, but I like it anyways.

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    Whoa what a round!

    Lets see if I can ge the optional study done in time...


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    just trying to get into some color, not very good so far..
    I didn't have time for the optional, homework surprised me

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