seems like you have a great idea of studying values hardcore. The foundations you build with knowing values will translate increadibly once you strengthen your foundations with color theory. Contrasting values is something most people struggle with and come out with just muddy colors, so hopefully being able to see the differences will make your paintings just become that much better! can't wait to see more!
Striving to be the best that is possible before I conk into the grave.
Tef hehe thank u ) Zidartha hmm may be am not very bad in anatomy but its all what i knew(( spitboi7 am a daltonian thats why i dont use color yet and.. i see i always love bw art then color.. somethin like an Adrian Smith work, may be its because my mutation doesnt give me to see true colors combinations but dont touch my view of BW pieces)
You cannot upload all images together. it has to be 1 by 1.
you can use 3rd party image hosters. but they don't like that. it can lead to broken images. when using CA attachment manager you're assured your images are always on here. try albums on CA, u can do 3 small images at a time.
anyway LOVE all the pencil stuff... this sb is amazing. just awesome work!
When drawing figures, try actually constructing them, that is, drawing the boxes, cylinders and spheres that represent the forms of the body. That's what you're doing in those Hogarth studies, but take it as a whole separate step. It's always tempting to skip to the fun stuff, but this will make it look so much better at the end. Just my two cents ;]
You're doing great with the studies. Hogarth is definitely a good source to learn from.
It's pretty good that you're studying anatomy, and i see you have a very good imagination but i see you're avoiding drawing heads in your full sized drawings, or atleast you avoid drawing "realistic" heads. Dont be afraid to draw them, i see your knowledge for the anatomy bellow the neck is better than your knowledge for the human head so try to focus more on the head so it can sort of "catch up" with the rest.
good luck !
Whoa, you really got a good grasp on the human figure!
What did you use to practice Anatomy? I guess Bammes?
In contrast your environments look rather flat and with a too small value range. It feels as if you just didn't spend enough time on them, since your values on figures are really good.