Rebecca Kimmel's Anatomy Review 002: OPPOSING CURVES

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Old 07 July 2005   #31
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Guys, are you able to see this? (sphere's post):



Thanks!

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Old 07 July 2005   #32
well, i didn't get a chance to submit in round 1, but here's my opposing curves. my reference is robertB_2_0129.jpg on 3d.sdk, which i can't repost, but if anyone's interested, you can at least see the thumbnail.
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Old 07 July 2005   #33
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artemesia66 ~

thank you for posting! I look forward to seeing more of your work

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Old 07 July 2005   #34
I can see it (spheres artwork) now you re-posted it. Thx Rebecca.

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Old 07 July 2005   #35
i see spheres now,nice attempt sphere.
 
Old 07 July 2005   #36
Great stuff everyone.

Rebecca,

Thanks for posting these lectures/lessons. It really breaks down the fundamentals of drawing the human form in a way that is easy (for me anyway) to follow.

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Old 07 July 2005   #37
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*****EDIT: CONCERNING COMMENTS/CRITICISM AND DRAW-OVERS*****


Everyone,

I'd like to emphasize that I am not the only person "permitted" on this thread to give feeback...for those of you with more experience, please offer comments and critiques when people post their work, so long as your comments are CONSTRUCTIVE, SENSITIVE, and KIND ~ so far, everyones' have been ~ thank you!

RULES FOR CORRECTING OTHERS' DRAWINGS:

EDIT: I would recommend the following: IF YOU DO NOT MIND OTHERS CRITIQUING YOUR WORK AND DOING DRAW-OVERS ON YOUR DRAWINGS, STATE THIS ON YOUR POST, in other words write:"I do not mind others' critique/draw-overs of my drawings".

CAVEAT: However, if NOTHING is stated on your original post of your drawing, we will assume that permission has been granted by the artist to do a critique/redraw of your work. So, if a re-draw/draw-over of your work really bugs you, then STATE: DO NOT DO A DRAW-OVER OF MY WORK on your original post.

I'm sure in most cases that people will be more than happy to receive advice and suggestions, as there are far more drawings here than I can review and revise single-handedly.

PLEASE BE COURTEOUS AND SENSITIVE when making corrections, and respect the feelings of the artist whose work you are correcting or for which you are making suggestions.

I think that having more experienced participants ~ you know who you are ~ help out by reviewing peoples' work and offering suggestions will definitely strengthen this thread and the learning curves of others as well as your own.

Thank You! Keep up the good work!

~Rebeccak

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Old 07 July 2005   #38
WOW!!! 3 pages already!

See rebeccak how a new area is needed.

I got to get and do some.
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Old 07 July 2005   #39
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Yep, I'm tickled pink that people are interested in this...I'm super happy the group from the first lesson is sticking around, and I really look forward to seeing new posts!

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Old 07 July 2005   #40
i'll try and crit other work,but i still don't feel confident enough with my own work to be crittin others,so i might just leave it to the pros!

whens the new sub forum coming!! WE WANT IT NOW!!! *or whenever it can made*
 
Old 07 July 2005   #41
Well, I'm in! This is a great second lesson Rebbeca! and I'm sure one that will help propel everyones level and understanding. it's great you summed up in a couple of minutes reading what teachers spent +/- 2 weeks trying to explain to the class when I was in college.

Thats a great sign already for your teaching skills! Keep it up Ms. Kimmel!

@ everyone:
maybe another thing would be to actually post a link to your reference (if it exists) as well as your artwork, so that others can compare how you did. it will help to give a more "classroom" feel here. just a thought!

I'll post something later....busy at the moment.

- Somhairle
 
Old 07 July 2005   #42
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NOOB,

you are completely free to take your best shot ~ I'm sure people will appreciate your comments/criticisms! If you feel more comfortable, just make verbal criticisms. All feedback is welcome

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Old 07 July 2005   #43
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Somhairle wrote:

>maybe another thing would be to actually post a link to your reference (if it exists) as well as your artwork, so that others can compare how you did. it will help to give a more "classroom" feel here. just a thought!

Thanks for the suggestion, Somhairle! ~ I wish I did have reference, but the figure drawing (the one which is under the heading "Here is an example of a drawing of a torso which I recently created that employs the use of OPPOSING CURVES" is from a live model, of whom I did not take a picture.

However, later on this week (hopefully soon) I will post more demos/examples of using Opposing Curves with Reference from the Web.

Thanks, and I look forward to your posts!

~Rebeccak
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Old 07 July 2005   #44
hahaha lol - I meant everybody else to post their ref....but since you mentioned it that would be really cool too!

- Somhairle
 
Old 07 July 2005   #45
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Doh! Right! That's a great idea, too!

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