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Theese anatomy studies were done by pencil and each page took about an hour to complete. C&C would be much appreciated!
All pictures were done from reference (Jenö Barcsay, Müvészeti anatómia,1998.)
Last edited by Inkfish; June 20th, 2005 at 03:27 PM.
These are very good, though the two lower hands on the first one and the top torso on the last one do not look like they were drawn from reference. The anatomy looks off and they have a different feel than the others; less certain and bold.
tahanks for the crit Dogfood, looking back at those hands&torso you mentioned I can see what you mean. I guess I was feeling lazy or something, and didn't have the patience to put the effort nessecary to make them more "real".
Here are some new ones. Comments and Crit are more than welcome, as usual .
Sweet anatomy studies. keep it up
These are indeed sweet, but take care with your proportions. It looks like you were getting tired with the last two pages.
fantastic! , makes me want to get to work on my own studies.
Thanks for the comments guys!
Just a few crappy ones today, too hung over to do anything properly.
and a bonus old portrait of a cool actor Kari Väänänen.
Last edited by Odie; February 15th, 2005 at 04:07 AM.
wow very very nice, iv gotta give this a shot, make my people look like people rather than monkeys. keep it up =) they all look great!!!!
I believe his reference was the book "Anatomy For the Artist" by Jeno Barcsay
these are really cool brother man. i enjoy seeing studies like these. now u got me in the mood to do some of my own, might post them in my sketchbook thread, well....hopefully.
cool beans to you...my friend.
sKeTcHbOoK update page3 (scroll to the bottom of page)
Some real nice anatomy studies Inkfish
I always have troubles with practicing anatomy, i`m to impatient to draw al them muscles
Keep up the good work man
Thanks for all the positive feedback, I really appreciate it.
Odie: Thanks man! Toivottavasti saat sun kuvas ladattua tänne pian
Sanby: I mostly use Jenö Barcsays book called "Müvészeti anatómia" (not sure about the spelling on that one...) and some b&w photographs that I have lying around.
acorn: Thanks You have good stuff in your sketchbook, keep it up man!
Warhead82: I'm glad you like it, nice Warhammer 40k drawings on your sketchbook.
Snakebyte: That's the one (kickass book by the way )
dadamafia: anatomy is awesome!, ain't it?
some Caravaggio studies
it really is 8 heads tall, sadly my scanner goes only up to 7 :/
And some random sketchbook madness
Great little batch here at the end, Inkfish. I totally dig the aggressive, exploratory marks in the Caravaggio studies. And I've always liked that Bacchus painting.
Only thing I notice is that in faces, try to enforce some perspective. It'll help the eyes line up and size proportionately. Other than that, rock on, these are awesome.
"If something looks too big, make it bigger. If it looks too small, make it smaller. You're dealing with fear here, not right or wrong."
Clockwork: Thanks for the kind words! The Sick Bacchus -painting is pure
I see, what you mean by the perspective thing, it has been a problematic area for me for quite some time I guess i should do some more studies on that area. It's just so goddamned easy to bash away and not to concentrate on the essentials like the perspective.
my only crit would be to try to eaither shady smoothly or do the sketchy stuff, but not within the same piece. try to keep things consistent. (and yes i should be following my own advice )
the world is a diaper; let someone else change it.
Some random sketch I was messing around with.
Last edited by Inkfish; June 21st, 2005 at 12:57 PM.
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Pretty sweet anatomy studies! Your other stuff is pretty good too. Keep postin'
This oughtta be a sketchbook!
Your anatomy studies look good but the line quality is a little loose. It works well for the shading but not as much for the bones.
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