The Foot - Post Your Foot Studies - 2D / 3D TRADITIONAL AND DIGITAL



This thread is dedicated to the study of FEET in 2D / 3D TRADITIONAL AND DIGITAL MEDIA.

Please post your best FOOT / FEET STUDIES here!

[b][u]Please post:

[/u][/b]1. Your BEST WORK!
2. Medium used
3. Time spent to complete
4. A bit about your process

Thanks in advance for your posts! :slight_smile:




That’s a piece that I’ve made few days ago…
I’m not very happy with this “study” but it “feets” :slight_smile:
the subject I think ( please, treat hands as some kind of “bonus” :wink: ).


jkozniewski: Hey, that’s pretty nice! If I may make a comment on the right foot, I think the inner ankle bone (dunno what it’s called :P) should be a little higher than the outer one.

Anywho, here’s an old one:



You’re absolutely right that inner ankle should be higher
(that’s one of the reasons I’m not so contented with my work)

Regarding your work - the left foot is very well done !
It’s drawn with a bit expressionist manner but anatomically correct I think.


Ah! I just realized that I commented on the ankle bone when my drawing suffers from the same thing! Funny how I didn’t even see that until now O_o

Thanks for the input :slight_smile:


Booth are very cool!

YeeWu, the right one looks a little bit too long, except very nice!

some ballpen stuff from me
~30 minutes, I had big problems with the perspective

15 minutes booth



I love your elongated, free pencil work ~ this is particularly nice on the drawing of the left foot.


Thanks for posting these! I hope you participate in Lesson 003: SHADING! You too, YeeWu!

Keep up the good work, guys, and continue to post your progress! :slight_smile:



Also posted in the best sketches thread … but it fits better here. :smiley:


Yay! Feet! Thanks for showing us your feet, Kirt! Well, you know what I mean…




Doesn’t seem like many people have posted on here for a while and ive been sketching some feet recently so i thought id pop them up.






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