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May 14th, 2012 #31
Great work. I like the painterly quality of the paintings, but I love that crosshatching on the sketches. Beautiful.
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Marian, Mane, Vineris: Thanks!
Andrew: Thanks, and good eye! It's hard to keep it all in perfect pitch when the head is less than 2 inches long haha. I'll keep an eye out for that next time!
Alternative: Thanks, there'll be some compositions coming soon!
So, in about a month's time, I'm heading back to LA. I'll be teaching "Long Pose Figure Drawing" at LAAFA this summer. Class starts in July and is on Mondays 10am to 3pm or 10am to 5.30pm (you can choose a 3 or 5 hr option). If you're in the LA area and hankering for some long poses, check it out!
To sign up, you can visit LAAFA's site here
Here's a little taste of what we'll go over in class For a full write up and high res images, check out my blog
June 4th, 2012 #33
Thanks for posting the progress shots of your figure paintings, and for answering everyone's questions so thoroughly. Such an informative thread! Your work is incredible- a pleasure to see.
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August 17th, 2012 #38
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August 18th, 2012 #39
Wow. Lovely work, really inspiring. Thanks much!
"Three's so little room for error."--Elwell
August 22nd, 2012 #40
No problem Cory, glad you like it!
Here's a foot rendering demo I did for my students. This was specifically to show how different materials are useful for different parts of the rendering process. 2b charcoal for the main masses and lay-in, color giant pencil for the main modeling and sharp colerase for the finishing.
Last edited by Ramon Hurtado; August 28th, 2012 at 05:03 PM.
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Here's a detail of a demo in progress for my Monday class at LAAFA. The drawing on the right is a direct study of our wonderful model, Mark Snyder. The drawing on the right is an anatomical breakdown of the pose, to show students how the skeleton affects the surface forms we see on the model.
This is from day 2 of a 4-day pose, next week I'll work some more on the drawing of Mark, developing more areas and using white chalk for the highlight. I'll also draw another diagram to show students how the muscles interact with the skeleton.
I'll be teaching this class again on Thursdays this Fall. The class is offered as a 3-hr or 5-hr class. If you're in LA and are looking for a long pose figure class, come join us!
To sign up visit LAAFA's registration page:
http://laafa.org/PDF/Fall2012Schedule.pdf (under Thursday)
I'm also doing a FREE demo for LAAFA's Open House event on September 9th, from 3:30 to 5:30 pm. RSVP here!
Last edited by Ramon Hurtado; August 28th, 2012 at 05:09 PM.
August 29th, 2012 #43
Hi Ramon, sadly I am a long way from LA, here in the UK, so unable to attend your demo's. I do appreciate your posts though as they are great to study from. So useful to see how the skeleton fits.
I have been learning about unified shadow shapes today as I am lucky enough to be attending a workshop with Henry Yan, he is visiting the UK, teaching his direct drawing techniques, so I now have a slightly better understanding of what you are looking at and rendering in this stage of your drawing. I hope you get the chance to post the next stages, especially the muscles on the skeleton.
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September 28th, 2012 #46
Here's some work from this week. When I do quick sketch nowadays, I try to arrange the figures into a coherent composition. In this case, I opted for pyramidal structure with a circular rhythm to guide the eye through.
Once you get comfortable drawing figures in a 5 or 7 minute interval, it's fun to up the ante and begin composing them. It's an extremely fun way to work, since you are drawing in a timed setting and never know what the model's next pose will be. This is a also a great way to practice staging for multi-figure scenes.
Last edited by Ramon Hurtado; October 4th, 2012 at 01:30 AM.
September 28th, 2012 #47
Wow you have a great perception of the human anatomy, I love your drawings with pen!
Sketchbook -> http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...book&p=3544005
Facebook -> http://www.facebook.com/pages/Eleyon...156040?sk=wall
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October 2nd, 2012 #51
I really like you r drawings. and great composition of anatomy.
October 8th, 2012 #52
Truly outstanding work a joy to look through.
October 12th, 2012 #53
Thanks lanotdesign and ja1307!
Hi everyone! I'm teaching Figure/Costumed Quick Sketch and Long Pose Figure Drawing at LAAFA this term. There are still some spaces available, so if you're in LA and want to improve your figure drawing skills, come join us! To sign up visit LAAFA's registration page (search under Fall 2012 and Ramon Hurtado)
Here are some assorted demos:
Gesture and Proportion
December 30th, 2012 #54
Why does the model's head sit strangely upon his neck, almost disconnected.
My SketchBook http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=139784
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=192127"Everything must serve the idea. The means used to convey the idea should be the simplest and clear. Just what is required. No extra images. To me this is a universal principle of art. Saying as much as possible with a minimum of means."-John Huston, Director
January 10th, 2013 #55
lovely stuff man
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February 16th, 2014 #57
Nice hatching style! I visited your old sketchbook also. Keep on posting ink / pencil hatchings! Thanks for sharing!
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