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Old 07 July 2005   #1
Arrow Orthographic Drawings - 2D TRADITIONAL / DIGITAL Drawings For 3D Modeling

Guys,

This thread is dedicated to the study of ORTHODGRAPHIC DRAWINGS in TRADITIONAL AND DIGITAL MEDIA for 3D MODELING.

Please post your best ORTHODGRAPHIC DRAWINGS here!

Please post:

1. Your BEST WORK!
2. Medium used
3. Time spent to complete
4. A bit about your process

Thanks in advance for your posts!

~Rebeccak
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Old 07 July 2005   #2
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jmBoekestein,

I moved your posts to your original thread because it makes sense to keep all of the posts related to your thread together. Hope you don't mind .

Everything related to your drawing is in your original thread:

Concept for 3D (woman yes)...Need Pointers I Guess...

Thank you! Sorry for any confusion!

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Old 07 July 2005   #3
No not at all, but I was under the impression that in order for others to also learn you'd want it in this one . Well thanks again for the time you put in.
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Old 07 July 2005   #4
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Yep, you've got a good point there ~ I'm trying to decide which way is best ~ I want to keep things as organized as possible, but we'll see if this works out ~ if not, I'll just put everything back in the Orthographic Drawings thread, meh!

Good luck with your piece

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Old 07 July 2005   #5
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I hope I put this in the right place. These were the image planes I created for my first ever character model in Alias MAYA. It is General Guan Gong, famous Chinese military hero from the 3 Kingdoms period.

Time - Around 2 hours per drawing, (give or take tea brakes, TV, etc.)
Medium - Good old pencil.

Enjoy.

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Old 07 July 2005   #6
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default.rol,

Incredible work! I love how intricate these drawings are, I can well see why they would take two hours each to create! You should show the 3D model you created on the 3D Artists thread, that would be cool to compare your beautiful drawings with the final result. Excellent work, thanks for posting these!

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Old 08 August 2005   #7
Originally Posted by default.rol: Time - Around 2 hours per drawing, (give or take tea brakes, TV, etc.)


only two hours?
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Old 08 August 2005   #8
Originally Posted by Peddy: only two hours?


Yeah man, but I didn't have a stop clock on me so it might have been slightly longer. I was pushed for time in the end, (I needed to present them,) so I didn't totally go to town on them. I think 6 hours for all three drawings is about right. I did them all in 1 day.
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Old 08 August 2005   #9



This was done for a Neverwinter Nights mod, though it was never modelled. I'm thinking of modelling it just for fun.
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Old 08 August 2005   #10
i have been wanting to contribute to this forum and it seems I have found my chance,

here are some orthographic drawings for a self portrait / demon character that i am working on at the moment. I have already done quite a bit of the modeling, and have changed some things. I am heavily concentrating on anatomy with this model though, as I don't plan to have him wear any clothes (though he will have some fur), and I want to get much better with anatomy in both my 2d and 3d...





anyway the 3d WIP can be found in the game art forum here ( http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?t=263786 ), I am keeping him fairly low poly for now and I plan on doing a high-res mesh (first in max, then possibly taking a venture into zbrush) for a normal map.

So anyway, any anatomical critique on my 2d or 3d (even though the 2d is already outdated) would be appreciated. I know I have lots of mistakes , and any fixes now in my low poly will certainly help out before i move onto high poly.

thanks guys, the 2d and 3d in this anatomy forum has been great so far, i do a lot of browsing and have learned a lot just from reading everyones stuff here!
 
Old 08 August 2005   #11
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cman2k,

Good to see you here, thanks for posting your work! It's easier for me to do reviews at home, I'll take a crack at your drawing sometime soon ~ in the meantime, I hope any of you out there feel free to jump in and offer some advice!

Thanks!

~Rebeccak
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Old 08 August 2005   #12
C&C badly needed

Thanks for your email Rebecca, posting in here as requested.

These are very early reference sketches for a model I have yet to build. Critique on the proportions very very welcome, especially the arms and legs. (yes, her tummy really does look like that... poor little noob )



Thanks in advance for any help.

Amy
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Old 08 August 2005   #13
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amy_517,

Good to see your post! I'll try to critique this sometime soon.

~Rebeccak
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Old 08 August 2005   #14
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amy_517,

Figured I wouldn't be able to do these at work tomorrow, so here goes a little review:







I would say that the main thing is just to refine the drawing ~ the feet need to fall a bit further to allow for the ankle, there needs to be more of a round shape to the head (particularly for a child), and the hands need to be a bit extended, to allow for wrists.

Hope this helps!

~Rebeccak
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Old 08 August 2005   #15
Thank you very much for the changes, Rebecca - especially on the arms, which are pretty much guesswork as she wouldn't stand still for the photos I think I'm going to keep the legs quite short, though, as she is only 3 and they are still pretty out of proportion to her body. She looks older in your version because of the more correct proportions. Really looking forward to modelling this one, so I want to get the drawings nailed as quickly as possible (without letting them be too rubbish obviously )

Thanks again

Amy
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