XM Magdalena 3D print, GGeorgy (3D)
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06-14-2006, 02:52 PM
Inspired by a man sitting next to a harbour I did this drawing placing a stick in his hand and his faithful friend on the side. Actually there was a wife next to him, but I though some more faithful creature will fit better ;-)

Any way that was very peaceful Sunday. Any comments are welcome :)



PS. Hope real media fits this forum


06-15-2006, 03:43 AM

Welcome to the Anatomy Forum! :)

You have some lovely work in your CGPortfolio, and it's always nice to see new people here. :) The drawing is quite charming! The main thing that I would say is that the upper arm looks a bit long and the lower arm perhaps a bit small / short. But it appears that you were going for more of a charming stylization of the piece so the proportions don't really bother me. Hope to see more of your work! :)



06-15-2006, 04:32 AM
Thanks Rebeccak for your welcome :)

With lower arm I tried to push it more toward the figure center, so it should be shorter because perspective. I guess lack of shading does not suggest that through so for a viewer it might look slighly distorted proportion. It is tough to get to lower detail at such a small format (A6).

Thanks again for your comment,


06-15-2006, 10:01 PM

No problem! :)

Hope to see more of your work on the forum. You are more than welcome to create your own Anatomy Thread, and call it Anatomy Thread of krpolak.

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Links to all Personal Anatomy Threads can be found here:
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Cheers, :)


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