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February 3rd, 2012 #92
Man...I gotta commend you for doing all this anatomy/reference work since my last visit!
Your draw and paint overs of muscle groups on pics and sculptures has given me inspiration on how to go about it myself. Thanks!
Congrats and keep 'em coming!
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February 3rd, 2012 #93
Hi again...and thanks for the kind words and visit my way just now.
I went back and now see that your study is for the Scott Eaton anatomy course. I went to his site and it looks like a really good program. Also it seems very affordable compared to some of the on-line courses I've encountered. (It's awesome your job is paying for it) Please, keep us informed about how it's going.
I'll take you up on yer help and advice any time my friend! Thanks again
February 3rd, 2012 #94
Called into work today even though supposed to be on holiday 9 - 11 at night and going to be there all weekend ..eek how am I going to keep up with my drawing!!!!
No time for proper anatomy study today so here are a couple of Vanderpoel studies (just discovered him n really dig his plates.)
Tried to keep everything as gestural as possible.
February 5th, 2012 #95
Corrections to my chest and abdomen homework
February 6th, 2012 #96
Spent the day studying the back although nothing to show as the echorche drawings arent dont yet and the back is really difficult and confusing.
Instead here is a quick page of Vilppu Studies. Going down the 'copying everything in the book' method which I know is really bad method (isn't it?) but will definitely keep trying to apply it all with whatever free time I have.
Last edited by Whirly; February 6th, 2012 at 03:34 PM.
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February 7th, 2012 #99
Bad Bad Bad .. will be correcting these over next week. Need to do master studies and some drawings of the simplified forms to get my head round everything.
Here is where I am at the moment though.
February 7th, 2012 #100
wow you are right these suck ass. God damn, i'm sorry but these are the worst things I've seen you do in a good while. Didn't you completely forget everything you know about anatomy? Because from the looks of it, you did. All the muscles are super wrong, wow I didn't even know that was possible to fail that hard core
But here is how you can improve....I kid, they looks fine to me, i'd like to see some actual drawing though lol.
February 7th, 2012 #101
February 7th, 2012 #102
Copying Vilppu makes me as good Vilppu right? Definitly need to start doing someone of my own gestures every morning before work again.
Btw this sketchbook was started around christmas at least that is when the first drawings were done. I can see a teeny tiny weeny bit of improvement and can certainly feel a little bit of it. Wonder if I can keep this going till next Christmas and I might actually be able to draw better than a five year old!
February 7th, 2012 #103
Hey, sweet anatomy studies! nice gestures too.
Well you are definitely covering about everything you can do to improve anatomy, however if you want to get even more out of it, make it a habit to draw some core anatomy and/ or gestures from your mind right after those studies.
Ps five year olds are overrated :p
February 7th, 2012 #104
Hey Whirly, Thanks for commenting on my sketch book
A) Im going to come back here to check out more of your studies
B) Going off your past work you uploaded, study the face like you study the body. when you start off, if the face starts to look wrong just stop, before you hurt yourself. Sometimes I dont "understand" what im seeing in the picture, so then I have to break it down, erasing details along the way. Follow the way the face moves, dont draw straight lines for the eyebrows when you know they curve, better yet its helpful to draw parts of the face that make sense to you first, then draw the parts your unsure of separately. I hope this helps...and I hope you didnt know this already XD