Thursday, February 28, 2008

more Drawings

Well..Here are few more drawings i did today,I have decided that i will keep studying male Anatomy for next few days and then will start with female Anatomy..and while i am at it, i will keep posting the better sketches on my blog , right now i am using combination of approaches..i have followed Andre Loomis for the Anatomy part of the drawing..but for construction (armature) i am following Burne Hogarth (using boxes and putting them in perspective) i have found this hybrid approach to be very convenient especially for somebody who cant comfortably translate his thoughts on paper through drawings, here ..following this combination, with little bit of planning , you can easily draw the most complicated of foreshortenings.







better viewed when full screen.

2 comments:

R.Kamalakannan said...

wow...good!i like the first & fourth ones the best.The third figure has problem with the height, especially between the ribgage and the pelvic joint.

The second one has a problem with his right hand.If the hand is raised and foreshortened it should appear slightly more bigger in comparison.I suggest you to add some more details for hands and face...especially the facial muscles.again you can refer to these books.

* Andrew Loomis - Drawing Heads And Hands

* Burne Hogarth - Drawing Dynamic Hands

Hope this helps! but a terrific improvement, a treat to watch...i must say!

aroop said...

yeah man..you are right..i also feel the same problem with the 2nd and 3rd drawing..looks like i am getting too deep into Anatomy and not concentrating much on the proportion..looks like i will need another few days to gain confidence..
hmmmmm..draw..draw..draw..draw..thats what i need to do..!!

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