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Old 07-15-2005, 09:13 AM   #16
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Also, I would recommend taking a book and drawing in either charcoal or pencil studies of shoulders ~ and if you posted these, this would be cool.




From "Anatomy for the Artist", by Jeno Barcsay .

-HB/4B woodless pencil
-90-120 minutes (while watching a movie)
-did a layer in HB (not a quick sketch)...shaded in 4B, gradually building the contrast
 
Old 07-15-2005, 11:20 AM   #17
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FromanylanD,

Let me be the first to say, great stuff! One comment ~ I would try to make the linework a bit more even and smooth ~ Barcsay has a great smooth sketch line, and it's a great thing to emulate. Glad to see you working on anatomy studies! Thanks for posting this

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Also, for anyone who is interested, check out this CHALLENGE going on!:

http://www.cgtalk.com/showthread.php?t=258227&page=1

(see post #10)
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Old 07-15-2005, 11:33 AM   #18
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Agreed...I got lazy with the linework. The next thing I post will most likely be cranky and old
 
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Hey all

My FIRST EVER attempt at drawing a human skull anatomically. I thought I would do something people might actually be able to recognize first! Reference from "Albinus on Anatomy" - a book that Rebecca recommended and I bought a few days ago. The medium is "good old Biro" in my sketchbook.



Will be posting more anatomy related images as I attempt to draw them.
 
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Nice work! I'm really happy to see you doing this ~ it's a GREAT exercise!

Do you mind if I post a little something about linework / cross-hatching a bit later on?

Thanks for posting this!

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Hi RebeccaK

Post away on the cross-hatching/linework stuff. I know for one that I'm interested in what you have to say!
 
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I think I'll post shading / cross-hatching stuff to go along with LESSON 003. Thanks for the encouragement!

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Hello, I've managed to find some anatomical studies that I worked on during the past few months. I've got more of them, but damn, I need to organize things in this room!. So, here they are:







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Wink Monkey Skull

Hello, snice I see allot of human skulls, I wanted to try a Monkey. Maybe this is what my looks like under an x-ray.


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Old 07-17-2005, 11:51 PM   #26
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Skeleton-Bot leg studies

The next part: Leg Studies for skeleton-bot:



The conceppt for the Skeleton-bot Legs dont work fine, because the ankle, knee and hip joints not in a line... -- > rigging problens.

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Beautiful hatch shading Grantman!! Really great work!

Amazing work guys! Perhaps I will post some of mine when I have the time, hey that rhymes, so does that...Ok going to shut up now...
 
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chikos,

WOW! These are AWESOME! Thank you for posting these! I hope that when you clean your place, you will find more to post!

Dark3D,

Still lovin' that style! It rocks! Animal skulls are tres awesome...I visited a natural history museum once in Rome with lots of animal skeletons ~ incredibly creepy, but in a good way!

HOSCHIE,

More great work! This thread is shaping up nicely. It's great to see so much cool work!

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Definitely post your work!
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Old 07-29-2005, 05:26 PM   #29
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sorry about the small crappy quality. Im in the process of re-building my portfolio so i have better res work.

this was about a 1 hr piece from a live model.
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