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Old 01 January 2006   #76


medium: B, 8B pencil
time: many hours
reference: Anatomy for the artist (Sarah Simblet)
 
Old 04 April 2006   #77
Is this still going? Hopefully this is the right place to post this (only just discovered this forum and am now kicking myself).

My first Torso in Zbrush, 'bout half a days work.
Very crude base torso taken from Maya to Zbrush.

Would love to know where I've gone wrong.

 
Old 04 April 2006   #78
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Hi PaulAdams,

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You are more than welcome to post here (all of these Sticky Topics remain open for posting indefinitely) but where you might really prefer to post is here:

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Old 04 April 2006   #79
Doh! Will do, thanks.
 
Old 06 June 2006   #80
My first

Well, This is my first digital painting sketch! Please, give me some comments! (Since this is my first and only sketch this is also my best, hehe)
 
Old 01 January 2007   #81
painting from a photo

here's my contribution !!!



painted in photoshop 6 over about 8 hours in 3 sittings.
whilst painting this i really started to
notice how the human skin changes colour in light and shadow...

i stuck my reference on the side and copied the image by eye,
sometimes using guidlines for proportions...

i also like to use the Liquify tool a bit, to push things around, and back into shape if ive done some detail too soon...
this was great fun to paint , a real challenge !!!

i didnt want to spend too much time on it to get it perfect, i like to move on and keep practising !!

please crit...

dan
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Last edited by danielphillis : 01 January 2007 at 04:17 PM. Reason: image didnt show up
 
Old 01 January 2007   #82
Hi Dan,

For some reason your image is not appearing in your post, at least I can't see it - would love to see you work, can you repost your image? Thanks!
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Old 02 February 2007   #83
Nice thread and good studies guys. Thot i wud contribute a torso study i did some time back.


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Old 02 February 2007   #84
I recently cleaned up my studio space a bit, and found a stack of sketchpads from an informal figure drawing group i used to be a part of. since relocating to a different city, i have fallen out of practice with regular figure drawing from life. this thread reminds me how much i miss it!

here's a torso, disregard the foot under the knee- i started early and the model shifted when i was still laying out the initial proportions, and i rarely erase..




these are usually quick poses, so 10-15 minutes is the usual time spent. conté on paper, 20"x30"

i've assembled additional figure drawings on a gallery on my website
www.leapoffacliff.com/figuredrawing.html

i'm really interested in putting together another informal drawing group now.

thanks guys for the inspiration, some wonderful, wonderful work in this thread!
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