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Bean Examples – Tilt, Lean, Twist and Foreshortening

July 22, 20135 Comments

More examples of last week’s lesson about The Bean. Finding the motion and simple volumes of the torso.

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  1. tom banks says:

    Very good. Enjoyed it.

  2. Lucas Ribeiro says:

    Very good! I have been practicing it for half an hour and now am familiarised with this technique. Thank you very much for posting it!

  3. Dale Perkins says:

    Learning so much…helping me to really feel the figure.

  4. koko says:

    Greetings from Serbia. You are awesome. 🙂

  5. Keith says:

    The biggest confusion I have about the bean when it comes to foreshortening, Proko no matter what always makes the hips part of the bean bigger. Even if it doesn’t make sense in foreshortening. For example https://www.dropbox.com/s/fv9bkukhcoln15r/proko.PNG?dl=0

    As you can see he has the hips bigger in this example even though foreshortening should have the hips smaller than the rib cage.

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