Anatomy Thread of Cristóbal Aparicio

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  11 November 2013
Anatomy Thread of Cristóbal Aparicio

Hi all!

I just want share with all of you my anatomy and figurative sketches.

So, let's begin:

Anatomy study based on the Michelangelo´s masterpiece named "The Victory"

(Oh, well... ALL Michelangelo´s works are masterpiece!)

  11 November 2013
Two more:

Carry on with Michelangelo, a color study from one of the hundreds figures in the Sistine Chapel:

And a back anatomy & proportions study:

C &C will be very welcome.
  12 December 2013
Another anatomy study:

Was done in preparation for these two final drawings:

  12 December 2013
Lovely stuff, keep it up
Bloggy wog
  01 January 2014
Thank you LordMcGoat for your valuation, you have amazing works in your portfolio.

More sketches, done with red, blue and black pens:

  01 January 2014
Some lovely studies here. Look forward to seeing more!
  01 January 2014
AJ: Thank you for your nice words!

Here´s one more page:

  01 January 2014
Proportions study done with black pen.

Beside, an arm´s bones study in a front perspective. I did it simplifying the bones geometry to make it easyer.

In the body, I wanted try with long proportions.

  01 January 2014
Another proportions study for the same figure, also done with black pen.

  02 February 2014
Pencil sketches from Edward Burne-Jones pictures.

  03 March 2014
Study with ink and sketch pencil.

Done for this final drawing:

  04 April 2014
Another ink study...

...for this final drawing. I named it "Hercules and the lion of Nemea":

The final draw was done with ink and water.
  04 April 2014
Ok, I know, this is not an anatomy study, but I want to share it anyway.

This is my design work for my character "Ucú" (you can see him in the bathroom, dancing salsa, and with the doctor House).

The final choice is in the last row, second starting to the left. In the 3D model I add a long and thin tail.

  05 May 2014
This is a sketch with my own version of William Tell, used here in a metaphorical way, representing a man who wants to keep his position although he is becoming already an old man.

Beside, a color study of Michelangelo's Adam, from the Sistine Chapel.

William Tell done in pencil and Adam in color pencil.

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