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July 15th, 2012 #1
How to learn Messureing the best?
Well .. since i am drawing for a long time now, i really think that my messuring is a total mess ... but how can i improve this? The last time I've tried to draw some boobs, they really dont look like the referance and i tried my best to messure them right ... but I dont T_T
I am using a Wacom Intous 5 Medium and i got an 21 Inch Monitor.
here is an example:
here is an outher example...
So i thought maybe YOU could help me and give me some advice how i can improve my messuring...
Thanks for the Help Guys! You will be rewarded with more boobs and babes
Last edited by Jizu; July 15th, 2012 at 05:25 AM.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberJuly 15th, 2012 #2
This ought to help.
Try observing from real life to start off with rather than images, there's a certain amount of depth perception & perspective that you need to account for when measuring that you won't get with 2D images. Also knowing your anatomy will help you identify certain landmarks more easily, so do some anatomy studies.
And... yeah. Babes aren't exactly an equitable reward.
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July 19th, 2012 #3
July 27th, 2012 #4
Flip the picture upside down then you will not see the boobs anymore but rather forms, distances and abstract shapes. What you have painted is the stereo type of what you have inside your head and not what is there. When you flip a picture upside down your brain/eyes doesn´t see it as "boobs/arms/hips..." anymore.
Betty Edwards "Picasso Exercise" is a good example of how it works.
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