Last edited by andres333; October 24th, 2011 at 11:12 PM. Reason: Update
I'm not sure i have much room to speak or give advice but i think you anatomy is off a bit in his arms. Specifically in the wrist area. At first i thought maybe the fingers were to short, but i think you could bring the wrist in a bit more.
well the drawing posted the other day was just a sketch, so here is the finished one, and a couple more of drawings
well since i had a post before and some of the drawings were good rated i will repost them (with nice resolution this time)
I do like how you paid attention to the Zombies muscles ont he last picture -- you dont see poeple useing them vary much to enhance the figure
Hey CA.org I forgot to post these drawings, so here i go
more comming on
here's a sketch of my place.......well not really, but it's pretty messy
Back view this time
i thought it could be interesting to know that the devil above was drawn with pencil in a wall, so it's not a tiny drawing as it looks like.
here is the proof
keep working man
Good start to a nice sketchbook Andres333. I like that you have nicely combined anatomy studies with drawing from imagination.
Here it is, well I wasn't sure about posting it but..............
Following the advices of other CA members i've started to do some drawing from life
Hey, nice development
I think a brief crit would be to keep working on your forms, and see how they connect and relate to eachother in space. It should help you loose some of the flatness some of your drawings have.
And keep having fun!
"Master storytellers never explain. They do the hard, painfully creative thing-- they dramatize"
This studies got me for a while, so if someone is interested and needs to learn about this, I guesss I'd be glad to help
Good studies. Keep it up. Try to set up a white tshirt and put a lamp on it and draw it from life. Draw further than you have drawn before with great detail and measurement.
the white t shirt from life
What can I say?..........I JUST LOVE ANATOMY
Lets continue with the hand, and the wrist
Here we have some drawings from imagination
Some studies of color, values, and rendering
Just a character that I creAted