Den matiel wrote:nice sketchbook keep on posting i want to follow your progress, i can't help with guidance tough since i'm a noob in art ' ^^ so lets improve together :D
sachsapne wrote:tackling head and hands yess. There are like some "landmarks" which if you get right give a feeling of depth in anatomy. like the collar bones which and shoulder muscles when connecting give a bump. Keep it up dude :D
Uyeno wrote:Good work mate! Keep drawing and draw LOTS. Do tons of work and don't stop :)) Also draw some whole characters instead of drawing individual elements of characters
Will-Marton wrote:Nice progress from the last page, your line quality has really improved.
The second image on this page is a step up. Really solid.
Krenz has a lot of really great studies. It should really help with some of the proportional issues. :]
crankshaft wrote:Good work. I would use more rounded boxes with cross contour lines to show more orientation of the limbs in space than cylinders. Cylinders don't really tel use if the object is turned one way or another.
crankshaft wrote:Great work. I would be more accurate and slow down with these perspective studies. It's boring but you'll learn more if you do more thorough longer studies than these quick ones. Some of them are not even converging properly to their vps. Keep it up!
crankshaft wrote:Great work. You can try blocking in with big fat gestural brush strokes to get a sense of spatial awareness then on a new layer go in with tighter lines. It's much easier with the block in because then you're not trying to hit such a small target from the start.
Will-Marton wrote:Hey, nice updates with the anatomy studies and gestures. It's nice to see you continually practicing what you're learning, too!
In regard to your anatomy, the studies themselves have been getting better, which shows your observation of the subject is stronger. I think it's just a matter of getting better at remembering those forms when you go and apply them in your personal work/sketches. A few of these drawings have some proportional issues where one section of the body may be larger than the other, or quadrants of the same parts of the body (e.g: torso to hip ratio/arms or legs) are also not proportionate to one another.
The stylization and simplification of these forms of anatomy is looking okay, just be sure to continue studying and the translation will continue to carry over better in time. Keep working on slowing down, take time to observe, measure, and check your proportions. Use reference if you're feeling stuck on personal work as well! It can be frustrating at times to slow the pace down, especially when you want to see the drawing finished and the idea come to fruition, but it's worth the time and effort to see it through to a good end. Keep it up! :]
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