Hey thanks for stopping by and checking out my sketches. I love your work and Im excitited to keep up with your updates. I've posted a few more things that i've recently done. I hope to update as often as possible.. Hopefully a couple times a week. BS Flag Hopefully... Cya around..
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On post #57 you wrote a comment that you keep making from the waist to the pubis too short. I don't know if you've corrected it yet, but a proportion just as important as four heads, if not more important, is to divide the whole upper body into thirds: from pubis to waist, from waist to top of shoulders, from top of shoulders to top of head. This division makes more logical sense than the somewhat arbitrary four head division, since the body is divided at points of movement, where it's easier to see the pieces as interacting units. I thnk it would also be useful to try some unstylized studies. That's about all I've got, keep up the good work.
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awesome stuff man. i really like your style and i wish to see more. I'll pop by. *S* And thanks for the nice words on my book! *S*
I very much like the progress I see in your drawings. Bookmarked you after you bookmarked me..
There are some pretty neat drawings there.
Only one crit. I noticed your figures all look a bit depressed.. I would like to see some more emotions in your facial expressions..
Keep it up though, I very much like what I see there
Your lines are excellent and the eyes are very expressive. Anatomy has some way to go, but it's improving since the start of the thread, and I think your efforts at heads and faces give your stuff a distinctive look and personality that maybe it wouldn't have if you were just working on bodies. Nice stuff. Would like to see a finished character or scene once in a while...
Thanks for your comments in my sketchbook.
I won't bother you with all I've done past couple of weeks cause it's basicly same old bs. Just a couple ones.
Last edited by Mikko Voipio; November 11th, 2005 at 12:38 PM.
Those are some nice studies you have going on here. Just take your time with the eyes, sometimes they seem a little out of place. Also watch out for some stretching on some of those female poses, they seem a bit long. Very nice though, keep rolling them out!
Yeah, nice updates Placeboast. I agree with masterpug regarding to the eyes.
Thank you for for the comments Masterpug and Jtheanswer. The eyes are not the only thing that is off in my drawings. I'll keep practising ferociously.
nice anatomy sketches, looks good.
hey placeboast,you need to work on rhythm,not making ur poses look so stiff,also u'll find in most women the shoulders aren't really that broad,they'll be very angular.
Your faces are good,but it seems u need to work on constructing them properly,try and download the loomis book *drawing the head and hands* this is perfect for head consruction,and it will help u avoid the skull adnormalties that i'm seeing.
keep at it!
sorry for the double post =To elobarate,its fine if u don't agree,u'll found out for yourself eventually.
what i mean by abnormalties is u tend to draw the head too large for its features,some of pics has too much back to the head,others the dome of the head seems to have un-needed bumpage.Even with added hair i think it will look like he has too much head.
oh and about the womens shoulders u mentioned in my thread,i'm not telling u to draw girly girl shoulders,i just mean women don't have the same shoulder structure as men,and i get a masculine vibe from your drawings.
don't worry u'll notice it soon enough,hope i helped,have you considered life drawing classes?
Im not really trying to say that the shoulder's are by far drawn right. I've drawn a bit too bulky out of them. I think I meant that the widenes is somewhat correct. I've planned to take a life drawing class at the start of next year. The problem with the heads is that I've drawn the hairline too up. At least in the heads from the front the cranial mass is somewhat correct. From 3/4 view I don't know. But I've really been drawing only a couple of months now after my ten year break so I learn to see errors in my drawings gradually. Thanks for your crits hope to get more from you.
yes your right about that,the mistakes are more in 3/4 views,your frontal constructions seem fine,and like you said,you'll notice your mistakes as you improve,the artist never really notices his mistakes.
this is what forums are good for.keep at it,i'll be back.
Heh, my first attempt of using pastels for creating higlights.
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