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    Sky Riders

    Was doodling last night and came up with this sky snake thing.

    Sky Riders

    Inspired by the Warcraft 3 soundtrack, I decided to attempt a finished piece, showing a warrior atop one of these guys in battle with another clan. After a quick sketch:

    Sky Riders

    Just wanted to gain some feedback so far. Having a bit of difficulty working out how his right foot looks. Help? And his left leg looks a little off. Any assistance is much appreciated.

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    This book will help, its a must own for any artist.


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    Yup! that's a great book

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    Bridgeman

    drop the hogarth...

    overrated balloon muscles.

    look at Bridgeman's books... The Human Machine, Guide to Figure Drawing, etc, etc. Bridgeman adds too many "muscles" and lumps that arent' actually in the human anatomy.

    Bridgeman is much more real to life. better quality books for better price.

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    hogarths book will help you...as will bridgemans....

    both have useful info in them that i use almost daily.


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    cylinder or square

    i guess it comes down to a matter of taste, i find Bridgmans style to be alittle on the square side,
    and Hogarth is well yes more rounded out. there must be a happy medium somewhere.

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    and his name is loomis *swoon*

    chris

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    if you want the real anatomy get anatomy for the artist it is scientific look at the body. If you truely want to learn human anatomy. If you get hogath or bridgeman's you are just getting someone's interpretation of the human anatomy, not true human anatomy. looks good but is not real

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