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    Thanks! will def try gestures soon.

    More anatomy

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    Antomy studies

    I need to do more of that.

    Thank you for your comments and critiques.

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    1 pt perspec practice images from google.

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    some anatomy and gestures practice.

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    planes studies will do some from photos later.

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    2pt enviro practice

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    i AM NOT GUNNA LIE IM JELLY OF YER PERSPECTIVE SKILLS AWESOME STUDIES AN CONCEPTS CANT WAIT TO SEE MMRRAAOOORRRRRR XDXDXD

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    planes studies....

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    figure from the mind, no reference used. I like this one although the shading is rough....working out the planes and the light source was hard work...

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    anime face. just for the hell of it. like how this turned out... took like 2 hours though!

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    1 pt enviro....

    this took ages.... this is why you should do thumbnails first! 4 hours and many reworks later and this has finally finished the rough stage... not sure whether to take it further. I think a human could help with the scale. and some ornamentation for effect.... any comments welcome

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    figures from mind.

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    1pt enviro... church rave type thing.

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    Yo, it's iviajoi2n from the Dile Study Group. Liking all the perspective and anatomy studies. I would look in to doing some face/portrait studies, try to mix things up a bit. i usually jump between studies pretty frequently throughout the week. John Singer Sargent is pretty awesome for Portrait Master Copies. Just working from photo, life or doing self portraits is also a solid option. Keep at it!

    My Sketchbook!This scrub needs your guidance

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    cheers ixal will get onto it soon!

    Heres some thumbnails...


    So thought id set monthly targets up just to help start improving faster.

    Monthly Target July:

    Facial Recognition:
    Draw 150 different head Gestures (25/150)
    Draw 5 fully completed copied Portraits in greyscale (0/5)

    Conceptual Thinking:
    Draw 100 different thumbnails from imagination. (21/100)
    Draw 2 ID Drawings in Perspective. (0/2)

    Body talk:
    Draw 50 figure outline and gestures from ref (36/50) *Halfway Point Reached.
    Draw 1 Complete Figure in greyscale from imagination. (0/1)

    Man vs Nature:
    Draw 5 environment Outlines from imagination (1/5)
    complete 20 speed paintings on environment/architecture (0/20)
    Draw 50 architecture outlines from ref. (8/50)

    Complete the objectives to proceed to level 2.

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    just some random shit scary potrait try hard.

    better things will be coming.

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    gestures for 5 mins. trying to get more fluid...

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    post 77 is creepy man. And the perspective/planes stuff makes studying look fun
    cool stuff brah

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    Gestures and figures from ref and the mind. 5min studies for refs.

    Played with the line width with great results funky style. will do some more some time.

    And for all the seekers out there:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsq2uZVm4So

    Beautiful music.

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    Some Heads and some thumbs for practice.

    Enjoying thumbnails atm but i feel like everything i do is from a movie or something.

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    you have a good start and have a idea what you are doing I recommand that you take life drawing classes if you havent yet and continue study more on perspective cause hands look a little distorted and the perspective a little bit off your vlaue however is good overall keep study you'll get there

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    thanks! am going to life drawing classes atm just been too lazy to upload em. will do sometime.

    anyway heres some architectural study

    Sorry could i make it clear that this referenced from a photo .

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    Cool

    awesome I can imagine a plac just by this model

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    With all due respect, you're complicating things by studying anatomy at this stage. You should be studying form and how to convey form three-dimensionally first. Anatomy comes later.

    1) Start with a stick figure where the sticks represent the bones. At this stage, you should nail the pose, and the proportions. And because the sticks represent the bones, they should also be in the right place, attachment- and proportion-wise

    2) Place in the basic forms, ignore the "joints" for now, like elbows, knees, wrist, midsection, and shoulders. Focus on the inflexible (although I generally treat the shoulder and upper arm as one, where it attaches to the torso is flexible, so at this stage in your learning, it may be useful to think of them as two separate forms). Nail the proportions. On a figure that's 8 heads tall, the rib cage is about 1 1/2 heads tall, the pelvis about 1. The thighs are 2 heads tall. The Loomis and Famous Artists Course books lay all this out. I also recommend An Approach to Figure Painting for the Beginner by Howard K Forsberg. Great paintings start with great drawings. Recheck proportions - I made the head slightly bigger.

    3) Now add the flexible forms in and slightly refine forms to more closely resemble anatomy underneath. Recheck proportions

    4) Further refine forms, adding necessary landmarks, fat, and "softness" to make more human. Use the eraser generously.

    5) Add light, keeping in mind those original forms, tan lines, area where blood gathers like knee caps, cheeks, fingers, and wherever else the skin tone may appear darker.

    I did this from imagination, and as you can see, I've got a lot to learn before I get close to realistic. So use reference till you master your forms. This is by no means the only way to do this, nor should it be. Being an artist is like being a handyman. The more tools in your toolbox, the more problems you can solve. In this analogy, drawing methods would be your tools.

    This book may help:

    http://www.amazon.com/The-Figure-Cla...pd_sim_sbs_b_3

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    thanks for the info.

    Some architecture studies. more to come refs used. will post them later.

    These were hard and painstaking and just generally painful (power cut out lost work...)

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    study from ref... perspective is very wonky not happy at all only posting it so i dont lose the buidling style.

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    Arc Outlines.

    Analyzing structure, and trying to understand how windows look at a distance.

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    Some Figures From Life and from the mind.


    Life Drawings.

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    These ones are from the minds eye.

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    More faces gestures some were from ref some were mind only.

    Monthly Target July:

    Facial Recognition:
    Draw 150 different head Gestures (121/150) *Halfway Point Reached.
    Draw 5 fully completed copied Portraits in greyscale (0/5)

    Conceptual Thinking:
    Draw 100 different thumbnails from imagination. (44/100)
    Draw 2 ID Drawings in Perspective. (1/2) *Halfway Point Reached.

    Body talk:
    Draw 50 figure outline and gestures from ref (48/50) ***Completion Imminent***
    Draw 1 Complete Figure in greyscale from imagination. (0/1)

    Man vs Nature:
    Draw 5 environment Outlines from imagination (1/5)
    complete 20 speed paintings on environment/architecture (1/20)
    Draw 50 architecture outlines from ref. (32/50) *Halfway Point Reached.

    Complete the objectives to proceed to level 2.

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