BOOTCAMP 2: Perspective applied to the figure

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Re: BOOTCAMP WEEK 2: Perspective applied to the figure

Postby Ghoul-Guyver » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:14 pm

slow start again I need to get my self in gear

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Re: BOOTCAMP WEEK 2: Perspective applied to the figure

Postby jeremygordonart » Sun Feb 08, 2015 8:10 pm

Really inspiring to see everyone's awesome works! I wanted to share a link here to Stephen Gaffney's blog; he's a teacher at SVA of figure drawing I think, and his drawings and notes on the blog are really helpful I think. http://stephengaffney.tumblr.com/archive
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Re: BOOTCAMP WEEK 2: Perspective applied to the figure

Postby foxfire » Mon Feb 09, 2015 1:11 am

Awesome work guys . i almost dont want to put my wips here cause they suck compared to all.
need to thicken the skin though .

traced figures:
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EEEEEW! lineart!
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anatomy studies : only done 3 so far.
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what i learned doing these:
-how my lineart suck ! PS and the tablet isnt making it better either
-tilt lean towards away. need to add those factors in order to understand the pose
-foreshortening . and how it fucks up proportion. "that hand is smaller or bigger than what youre brain is telling you"
- i need to study more skeletons, like read them again. in fact i need to reread loomis again.
-"every pose has a purpose "- lamb 2015 XD

too much coffee its my 3rd one this day. thats not good.
i have finished the 100 gestures and workin on the imagination . though i need some time taking pics of them my iphone photography skills are suck.
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Re: BOOTCAMP WEEK 2: Perspective applied to the figure

Postby huhwn » Mon Feb 09, 2015 12:36 pm

Hey there fellow Pnoobies! :)

As I'm struggling with assignment 5, I thinks it would be more helpful to get some anatomy input first.
Otherwise I would never get it right I'm afraid, haha.
So, I just wanted to share some links in this case. It's absolutely easy to follow and well explained imo. :D
(forearm and lower leg not included)

How to Draw Human Anatomy Part 1 | Beginner Introduction
youtube.com/watch?v=_VVU1mCwYiY

How to Draw Human Anatomy Part 2 | bone FIRST, muscle SECOND
youtube.com/watch?v=xJyadoskb28

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H.Sung your animations are always so lovely! *__*

foxfire, heads up! You're doing good. :)
For the traced figures I can just say that it helps to start copying the geometric shapes for your drawing. Do a circle for the head as well and it will be easier next time. ^_^
Your anatomy studies turned out really nice.
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Re: BOOTCAMP WEEK 2: Perspective applied to the figure

Postby Erik » Wed Feb 11, 2015 7:51 am

So I'm catching up, and hope to be working alongside everybody soon, but in case there is any other latecomers, I made an exercise that will let you practice finding the horizon line.

I was watching Jaws and noticed that the horizon was often in frame. So I grabbed some screens and blacked out everything but the figures. You can test yourself with guides in Photoshop, but if you wanna be quick, just open the images as a slideshow, put your finger on the screen where you think the horizon will be, and click to the next image.

Horizon practice in jaws. (It's a rar!)
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Re: BOOTCAMP WEEK 2: Perspective applied to the figure

Postby chazillah » Wed Feb 11, 2015 11:36 am

Erik wrote:So I'm catching up, and hope to be working alongside everybody soon, but in case there is any other latecomers, I made an exercise that will let you practice finding the horizon line.

I was watching Jaws and noticed that the horizon was often in frame. So I grabbed some screens and blacked out everything but the figures. You can test yourself with guides in Photoshop, but if you wanna be quick, just open the images as a slideshow, put your finger on the screen where you think the horizon will be, and click to the next image.

Horizon practice in jaws. (It's a rar!)



WHOA this ^ is awesome guys, try it!

***Be careful of #8, I believe the camera man is in the water, so the horizon isn't the true horizon line! The feet must be at the same level as the ocean's plane.

huhwn wrote:Hey there fellow Pnoobies! :)

As I'm struggling with assignment 5, I thinks it would be more helpful to get some anatomy input first.
Otherwise I would never get it right I'm afraid, haha.


Yes, you absolutely need to study anatomy on its own. I should create a bonus assignment for that. It's still important or the human body will just keep looking like a mannequin...in perspective at least : P
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Re: BOOTCAMP WEEK 2: Perspective applied to the figure

Postby Lambs » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:43 pm

Erik wrote:So I'm catching up, and hope to be working alongside everybody soon, but in case there is any other latecomers, I made an exercise that will let you practice finding the horizon line.

I was watching Jaws and noticed that the horizon was often in frame. So I grabbed some screens and blacked out everything but the figures. You can test yourself with guides in Photoshop, but if you wanna be quick, just open the images as a slideshow, put your finger on the screen where you think the horizon will be, and click to the next image.

Horizon practice in jaws. (It's a rar!)

Wow, good idea. Thanks!
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