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Old 09-19-2005, 03:49 PM   #16
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zhuzhu, VEERRRRYYYY NICE DUDE.

Slux, nice start. I agree with Rebecca and zhuzhu about the detail though.
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Old 09-19-2005, 03:55 PM   #17
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Rebbecak: thanks for crits I will try to work on right hand more ... I know there are some flaws but hopefully it will turn out well ... at least I hope so
And about face ... and didn't work on it yet so we will see later how it will look its is just a undercoat .. I know right now it looks really flat

zhuzhu: hehe ok I will try it ....

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Old 09-19-2005, 03:56 PM   #18
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Rebeccak: thanks~! maybe i need go sleeping now(11:51 pm in shanghai now), a little bit tire, sorry for that leg's bug~~~


11th Door: thanks~~~!!! can't waiting to see your pic~~~!
 
Old 09-19-2005, 03:56 PM   #19
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Slux,

Lol, you have a lot of fans cheering you on! Good luck.

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Old 09-19-2005, 05:57 PM   #20
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Post wip03

Ok so here is wip 3 just some loose rendering as suggested. I will tighted it later. Hmm I should really learn some proper ways how to draw ... but you know I'am just beginner some of you guys already draw for decades I have started seriously with drawing like half year ago and I think that during this half year I have drawn more pictures than in last ten years. Just give me time and I will get better. I really need to work on my skills so expect you will see me around quite often

Ok enough of talking here is my wip ... I think thats all for today I will work on it tomorrow.



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Old 09-19-2005, 06:06 PM   #21
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Slux,

You are doing a beautiful job so far, and it's easy for me to forget how short a period of time you have been drawing! You did such a fantastic job in the Anatomy Review Lesson 003, and I am thrilled to hear that you will be a regular frequenter of the forum.

If it's ok, I might do a little drawover for you in the next day or so, and will post that.

Great work so far, and look forward to seeing more!

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Old 09-19-2005, 06:40 PM   #22
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Oh, now is my turn to post something ) Rebecca, I hope you don't mind if I post a kind of a WIP process

Here is the first stage of the piture - a rough 15 - 20 min sketch. I already see one mistake to correct

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Old 09-19-2005, 06:52 PM   #23
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Katea,

Great to see your work here ~ thank you for posting!

I think you have a great start! The one thing I notice is the wrists ~ I think they are a bit bulgy for the figure? I would also adjust the drawing of his right clavicle a bit ~ the left clavicle is nicely drawn, and I would just suggest matching that one. Try to make the pecs really feel as though they are attached to the underlying mass of the chest...instead of just floating on the surface. I would encourage you to really refine the drawing to perfection before you begin shading, as, as you know, once you begin to shade, the drawing will be difficult to adjust (traditionally).

Great work so far, and I look forward to seeing your updates!

Note to everyone: I updated the first post so that it is more clear that WIP images are very much encouraged ~ the purpose of the OFDWs is to help one another, and as such, it's great to see everyones' in~progress working methods.

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Old 09-19-2005, 07:45 PM   #24
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purb36,

Ok, I can finally see your work!! It looks great! I hope you will continue to work on it more, and perhaps finish the whole figure, but understand it you don't have time. Great stuff, hope to see more of your work on the Anatomy Forum!

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Old 09-19-2005, 08:54 PM   #25
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How about it now? The face needs slight changes I know. I started with drawing the background since it is very important. BTW, the scale is small, so don't exactly like the texture, especially scanned :/

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Katea,

Your work so far on this is really beautiful, and the only thing I would say at this point is to look hard at his left wrist, and make sure that it is drawn to your complete satisfaction before going in to shade. The hair and ear are especially well~rendered. I would just watch the major axes of the face as these will be more important to the viewer's ability to 'read' the face than the details. Additionally, I would suggest adjusting the highlight on the nose so that it is not quite so shiny in a single stripe down the middle. Keep going, you are making excellent progress!

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Old 09-19-2005, 09:31 PM   #27
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Okay so this is not only my first attempt (,still very much a work in progress), its also my first post in the artistic anatomy forum so I do hope you like it.

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Old 09-19-2005, 09:36 PM   #28
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Nice job everyone.

ZHUZHU : great textures : I would love to have your brushes, BUT it's impossible for me to download it from your dedicated thread. can you help me ?
I'm using photoshop CS on mac G5, do you think it will work ?

Thanks by advance.
 
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Dave,

Welcome to the forum! We're happy to have you here ~ thanks for posting your work!

I think your work on the torso especially is quite nice ~ his left arm in particular, I think, is very nicely drawn. The thing I would focus on is getting the head up to the same level of quality. I know that this can be quite difficult working with charcoal in smaller areas such as can be found in the features of the face. But keep working on it, and you will get there. I would look at Katea's drawing, specifically to note the amount of skull mass there is on the top of the head. This is what you want. Believe it or not, eyes are not in the upper part of the face, but rather are more toward the middle of the face. So there should be more to the top of his head than there already is.

Also, make sure that the tilt of the head with relation to the body is right. I cannot emphasize enough how important it is to get AXES over DETAILS correct. Axes will make or break how the body and the head will 'read'.

You're doing a great job, and I really look forward to your next update!

EDIT:Hey, Arctis! Hope you will be joining us!

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Old 09-19-2005, 09:57 PM   #30
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hi Rebekka, decided to draw some in advance to the "drawing on the past" workshop
so i started here, today, with picture 1. seeing Kateas work, i realised i spent far too little time :P

so i will draw it once more or something

 
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