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  09 September 2005
Bookmarking ..


AHh will study this closely, thanks for posting
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  09 September 2005
Luv u for this pics
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  09 September 2005
Just awesome!

If these were available for sale, I'd have taken one or two for sure!

from me man!
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  09 September 2005
Awesome Work

Hi 11th Door,

your work is very impressive (I´m a physician at university of goettingen, germany). It seems you´re in the footsteps of the great
Frank H. Netter

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  09 September 2005
I think the American word for it is Awesome

What wonderful anatomy studies!
Made me think of the roll of newsprint I found in the storage room recently.

And Conte and print what a great choice.
I love the way you seem to combine geometric shapes with anatomy.
I really can't think of anything nicer to get poly modellers going

I don't know if you'll have a chance to reply, but can I ask what reference
you used for the first colour pastel studies?
I know I'll look at your back study in the future for sure.

Thank you so much for posting.
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  09 September 2005
great work, and great references, it will be used for my modelling and painting
thanks again
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  09 September 2005

Great work, very useful for the modeling.
  09 September 2005

Oh thank the internet gods! We're back online...I was beginning to have withdrawal symptoms and started twitching...Kyle, looks like you're a hit!



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  09 September 2005
Hey Everyone,

Thanks for all the kind comments I really appreciate them. Thanks for the compliment, nanopill, Netter is excellent. Medical texts are a great and somewhat untapped resource for artists. Spin99, thanks for checking them out. The books I had open when drawing these are:

George Bridgman "Complete Guide to Drawing from Life"
Eliot Goldfinger "Human Anatomy for Artist"
Burne Hogarth "Dynamic Anatomy"
Carmine Clemente "Anatomy"

I start the drawings by just doing a pose either from my head or looking in a mirror and then drawing it, just so I don't end up copying straight from the books. But after that the books come out and I correct my anatomy errors and structure. Then it is off to the big drawing. I have my initial drawing clipped to the side of the drawing board so I can reference it easily and check my proportions, which seems to be the hardest part for me when doing a drawing this size (2x3 feet.)

The whole experience was a lot of fun. I intend to do digital versions soon because I have some new design ideas I want to try out.

Later all
"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step."
~ Confucius
  09 September 2005
thank u kyle , this will be a great help for those who seeking more anatomy knowledge , and i'm lookin for more posts from u .....

would u plz hit us with some tutorials ???

Last edited by pixelstalk : 09 September 2005 at 12:04 AM.
  09 September 2005
Great Work!!

Rebecca, you are doing great job, keep up the great work.

Hey Kyle,

This is Hong Ly. Long time no see! Great work by the way. I remember these back when you where teaching your classes at AC. Today I was at Artcenter and looking to see if you were teaching, but I hear you are taking a break. I lost all my contacts and I have wanted to say hello. If you get a chance could send me an e-mail and a number where I could contact you.

Keep in touch

Last edited by Rebeccak : 09 September 2005 at 03:28 AM.
  09 September 2005
Just wanted to say thank you! The color helps alot actually...I've been working on the insertion/origin of muscles a lot lately, so this is exactly what i needed!

  09 September 2005
These are really nice 11th door, I can see hogarth's influence esp. in the heads.

I Use a disposable paper like newsprint or kraft paper, something I will not feel bad about tossing away. At least for me, I sometimes get too intimidated when I use expensive paper. Free your mind and the rest will follow.
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  09 September 2005
These are going to be great reference. The different colors were a great idea.

thanks for showing these!
  09 September 2005
Originally Posted by 11th Door:

Nice work! :O The colors are nice too.
The one on the top left looks familiar tho. (Not saying it is copied - just, it looks familiar to me).

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