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Old 02 February 2008   #16
Very good scuplting, all the partisipants created very human works. Unfortunately, I can't comment on how well the human body was captured because all of you are way beyond my own level.

Some of the works, especially the scuplture Andreja and ShamesDean chose to recreate, seemed to be too static to be in a thread about motion. I'm not familiar with the original work, but I saw just the subtle motion in the sitting man's left hand.
I really liked the dress in daWinky's scuplture, supporting the sculpture's weight, allowing the sculpture to lean far to its side.
I also liked anandpg's fighters, because that was exactly the kind of motion I thought I'd see when I saw the title of this thread. The fighters reminded me of a video I saw of kalaripayattu performance; not a still frame, but the motion I saw there. I don't know if it's based on some real work (painting or photo), but it's the work which most pleases my eye.
 
Old 02 February 2008   #17
Congratulations guys and gals. Amazing work.
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Old 02 February 2008   #18
Amazing work everyone! Really inspiring stuff.
 
Old 02 February 2008   #19
Yeah top stuff!
I have always been puzzeled by the motivation to make motion studies in 3d. It is clear though that if you can do this you can do anything.

The artistic anatomy section of cgtalk is one of the most exciting forums IMO. The products speak for themselves. Well done!

Cheerio Chris
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Old 02 February 2008   #20
All still images are essentially a moment in time, with a history and a future, rather than some special alien dimension which is utterly static.
Movement can be depicted through simple muscle tension, showing the anticipation of action, or even through an expression on a face, depicting thoughts flowing in the subject's mind.
 
Old 02 February 2008   #21
Originally Posted by oDDity: All still images are essentially a moment in time, with a history and a future, rather than some special alien dimension which is utterly static.
Movement can be depicted through simple muscle tension, showing the anticipation of action, or even through an expression on a face, depicting thoughts flowing in the subject's mind.


well put! That's especially in answer to Endoperez
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Old 02 February 2008   #22
very inspirational 3d modelling work all round, they are all incredible and the modellers should give themselves a pat on the back for the amazing work they`ve done......
 
Old 02 February 2008   #23
Originally Posted by oDDity: ,....alien dimension,...

Hmmm not sure about alien dimensions . I really like the work of artists that appreciate rhythem, harmony, power and grace,..applicable to aliens too I suppose.

Dunno, its a thing I have.

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Old 02 February 2008   #24
I used to do gymnastics, horse specifically. The main idea is that your shoulder position is over the other side of where your hands or center is. Its hard to explain, but the upper body balances the legs so you don't just fall to the side. You have to keep centered to maintain balance.

I don't know if you used a reference photo, but your guy looks like he's about to fall on his side.

Otherwise good of course
 
Old 02 February 2008   #25
wow .. very nice works .. i am really impressed

o lord i have so many to learn and so little time
 
Old 02 February 2008   #26
Thumbs up

They look like they've been moved out of a museum. Really impressive!
 
Old 03 March 2008   #27
Amazing work people - I will keep an eye out for the next one.
Noob question - this workshop was online, correct?
If so sign me up now.
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Old 03 March 2008   #28
Originally Posted by McJAKe: Noob question - this workshop was online, correct?
If so sign me up now.

McJAKe, yep, this Workshop was free and online. You can subscribe to this thread to receive email notifications of when all new Tutorials and Workshops appear on the Anatomy Forum.
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