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    Spartan Camp #297 - 50 gestures + optional "Nose Anatomy" Study

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    In addition to this, participants can choose to do an Optional "Nose Anatomy" Study, in any medium.

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    We do specific anatomy studies every once in a while. To really focus on a particular aspect of the body. To my knowledge we've never covered the nose before. So here we go!

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    Tutorial - By Vilppu
    Video tutorial - Proko
    Study gallery - Pinterest galleris tend to be a mixed bagg. Often a place to find good things though.


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    30 sec studies and head studies

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    Cristina Zabava - Nice going! Note that in your last studies the far right head is a little small at the top. First one seems to have more accurate proportions, with the eyes in the middle as well.

    Just seeing if I can get some good reference for the optional study, then I'll update the main post.


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    Some stuff. Humans are still very hard for me, I don't know where to start to draw them Bridgman makes them easier and I like his style anyway...

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    Hey guys, for this week:

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    Damn, miss it! I lost track of time.

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    My last bunch, late as usual...
    I find noses very hard to draw I always draw them somehow but I'm not sure what am I doing...

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    Hello everyone! great studies this week

    @ Cristina, Cool work on the head construction. Adding tones would help the planes pop out more.

    @shinin, both subjects (Animal and human) are looking good. I like that you're working with action lines in some poses. Maybe drawing longer gestures would help you apply construction while maintaining a dynamic pose. Also excellent nose studies!

    @ Ancient Drake, your studies are always great to see and learn from, I especially love the shaded warrior studies and would have loved to see them in bigger size (construction + muscle mass are well executed).


    @ Flashback, Good improvement! I've been missing from this place a bit and I do see that your lines are more confident than before. Don't pet the line tho, it's ok to pass over the line a few times but try to do it in a way that shows minimal marks, like precisely overlaying lines on top of each other. Dunno if that's clear or not....




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    -nat-: Wow, those Loomis heads... I never managed to make them similar to the original, Loomis is hard for me. You are on a much higher level in this regard. Nice clean heads, aww.
    Thanks, I try really hard to imbue my hands and mind with flow. I want to draw everything automatically full with flow Slowing down is where flow gets lost, I really want to prevent that in the future.

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    Gestures from imagination

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    Awesome output everyone! Everyones done so much haha! Definitely got to stop being lazy and catch up to you all.

    Here's my week late noses

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    Awesome studies Animare, that second nose rendering looks great.

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    @-nat- : Thank you very much, you're too kind! I must say your lines have been getting very confident, are you taking much more time in doing your strokes? They look pretty decisive. Especially the Loomis heads, the mouth and nose. Gestures got some nice dynamics as well, keep it up!
    Also, here's the original size of the sketches. (edit: they don't show in original size :<)

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