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    Post Anatomy study group

    I was thinking about doing an anatomy study group here who's in?
    We could post some research material here and some sketches for study. I -right now- don't have prepared any material yet , but I am doing a study for artistic anatomy based on the "Human Anatomy Atlas" by Frank H. Netter.


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    Im In.

    Hey man,

    I'm in. I'm a newb, but I have some resources I could post. Theres another guy I just posted to as well who's working on his anatomy, I'll ask him as well. I'm new to Concept.org is there a way to find you (message you) on here quickly without finding this post?

    Best,

    Sean

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    I'll participate. I've taken a few classes but I could use some practice.

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    Sounds like a good idea.

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    Cool man, well I am new here too.
    Well, I`ll add you to my friends and post coments for me there.


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    Anyone, fell free to post resouces

    Here take a look at what I found http://www.electronicmediaarts.com/e...pper&Itemid=32
    I am trying to draw each one as an exercise (that I found o this site.
    Soon I'll post the drawings

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    Nice find! I think we should probably set up using one example / reference a week and post our studies for review. So should we start with the skull...?

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    I'd love to join up on that also. A theme every week would be excellent i think.

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    Lead us forward Saint

    So,

    I'm not sure how to use the freinds message thing. I'm up for anything u guys want to do. maybe we should all give our opinions as to how we see this working and Saint could steer the boat? Just a suggestion.

    Maybe we could post a reference (or an image from Saints link) and all do the same thing at once so we're all on the same page? Lookin forward to this

    -Sean

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    Anatomy Study #1

    Guidelines (something like this...?)
    Time: 1-3 hr
    Medium: traditional / digital / b&w / color
    Attention to proportions, perspective, depth

    Due: April 2nd


    Post your WIP and finals here!

    (we should probably designate a person to post one reference subject every week)

    comments on this format...?
    Last edited by novenus; March 31st, 2007 at 01:44 PM.

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    Hey that's cool!!
    I'm very much IN
    I'll do mine on gray paper, with black and white pencils.

    Love
    Marleen

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    That's it great idea, let's all post our draws here, I'll do mine with the classical 2b.

    I will try to find the rest of the skeleton for #2

    Let's do this

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    OKay... we discussed this and the short studies (1 hr) will be due in 3 days time whereas the longer studies will be due in a week. So... the skull is due on April 2nd!

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    this is a really great idea guys. I think i will join in.
    One thing though is from my studies so far i find that to understand the 3d form of an object its better to spend as much time on it as you can.
    I did several skeletal and muscular studies for my anatomy class and i learned alot more by spending 8ish hours on one drawing then i did on all the quick skull and bone and muscle studies I've ever done.

    so maybe the short studies should be used for learning how the bones and muscles move and the long studies should be used to study the form of the bones and muscles.
    just throwing it out there.

    see you on the second

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    Alright, here's mine

    Anatomy study group

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    I would love to join this, but what if we go past an hour? I'm not usually the type that can draw something (with shading) really fast. If that's okay, I'm going to try drawing this.

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