Keep pushing bro, keep up with the form studies and then anatomy will come naturaly to you, I recommend that you study body parts that you have the most difficulty on separately and then try to apply them to your normal anatomy studies,
what helped me the most with anatomy was copying Loomis' muscle studies in his book 'Figure Drawing', I learned everything I know about anatomy there, go there then go to photos... it will make a lot more sense to you.
You are very creative, push yourself harder and make your hand hurt with the awesomeness of your mind, you have all to succeed.
All the best.
Last edited by Gabriel_Cunha; December 5th, 2012 at 12:31 AM.
Found some time to draw on the computer. Not much.
Don't know if this should take me 3 hours, but i'm glad i found the time to do it.
Great you are still plugging away here...don't give up. I too watch how long it takes me to draw
something...but the important thing...I think...is that you got it done and posted it here.
Keep on going...
Thanks for stopping by. I'll not give up so soon.
Wow, 1 week without posting. I'm now on vacations, i'll try to get back to the old schedule.
I'm loving the initiative and how much work you're putting in so early! The only piece of advice I can give is to do some more studies from life. I need to follow this as well, but I think they're crucial, especially in the beginning, to understand form.
Keep at it, I'll be rooting for ya!
Thanks for stopping by. It's a pretty good advice that i've been following for quite some time now. The problem is that all my studies from life are on my pen and paper sketchbook and i don't have any ways of uploading them here. I got to get into the habit of drawing from life on the pc as well.
Manage to sneak a quick one before Christmas.
Drunken Christmas doodles. Who knows.
Fixed some stuff, still really sloppy. Gonna move on now.
Last edited by wanana; December 25th, 2012 at 04:40 PM.