Andrew Joseph Keith
Andrew Joseph Keith
Proko sculpting instructor. Sculpting takes drawing to a whole new dimension.
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So fun! keep up the great work!
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Dominique
Hi Andrew, Finally found time to make my final project. Lots to improve but I prefer to start a new project 😉. Please advise where I can do it better. Thanks. What is the next step for me? I’d like to improve my portrait skills. Thanks for your advise.
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Andrew Joseph Keith
wow! haha nicely done!
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DANI DIKMAN
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Andrew Joseph Keith
hey great study! I like the muscles of the cheeks showing through. Keep it up!
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DANI DIKMAN
my assignment. thanks for the instruction.
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Andrew Joseph Keith
nicely done! I like how the clay almost already looks like a bronze cast. The forms are looking good! If you cleaned up some of the texture this might be a good one to try molding and casting. Keep up the great work!
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@katke
why i can't download anything on this course,it is always show thebelow, This XML file does not appear to have any style information assoctiated with it. The document tree is shown below. <Error> <Code>AccessDenied</Code> <Message>Access denied</Message> </Error> ,please help to check out
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Andrew Joseph Keith
@Proko Support might know. I'm not familiar with the technical side of things.
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Javier Alfonzo
Assignment on Master's studies #1 I decided to use a drawing from the Bridgman's Complete Guidance to Drawing from life. The sketch has a lot of dynamism in it and I used Andrew's advice to push the gesture of the pose the most I can. I'm continuously aware of my own improvement and shortcomings and this exercise is by far a great teacher!
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Andrew Joseph Keith
I really like this one! gotta love those Bridgman sketches. It feels like the width of the top of the rib cage might be a little thick when compared to the thickness of the waist. but again the proportions feel right and its another great study. Keep it up!
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Javier Alfonzo
Assignment on Master's studies #2 For the second gesture study, I chose a drawing from Karl Gnass in his book "Spirit of the pose". This was really challenging for me due to the stretching and twisting of the nose itself. I aimed to find a balance in the proportions as close as I could, but the sketch was limited despite its view and the foreshortening. Lots of lessons learned from this study.
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Andrew Joseph Keith
Really nicely done! the proportions and masses of the body feel accurate. Really great study especially considering it was done from a single drawing.
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Andrew Joseph Keith
Nicely done! a great simplified skull. The eye sockets might be a bit small and could be more angled instead of round, also the mound of the mouth or tooth cylinder a bit large but it's definitely on the right track! well done and keep it up!
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Andrew Joseph Keith
Looking good! the structure of the head feels like its working. On this simplified version I wouldn't worry about the eyeballs or the lips but just the eye sockets and the mound of the mouth. The details can distract from the secondary forms that this specific assignment focuses on. Keep up the great work!
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Jose Ardern
I decided to take advantage of the simplified body sculpt and work on it, this is the progress so far. Thanks to what I learned in the simplified body lessons, I can feel how it's been easier to achieve the posture and establish a good base for the proportions. This has sped up the process, although it's also very different from how I worked before.
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Andrew Joseph Keith
Hey this is looking great! I like seeing the structure of the underlying forms and it shows in the more developed sculpt where the structure and anatomy feels solid. Really impressive work!
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@tuyenmaivan07
I just completed another 1/6 sculpt according to the above model: https://www.bodiesinmotion.photo/. Thank you Andrew Joseph Keith inspired me and everyone. I always follow your works.
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Andrew Joseph Keith
Super fun! Great job on the lighting and photos too! I'm very impressed.
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Brian
My late challenge plus more in my profile
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Andrew Joseph Keith
Looking good! I like the way you've simplified the primary forms. I'd keep going and add some anatomy and details.
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Dominique
Hi Andrew, I’ve attached the ear project. I’d never noticed how amazing the ear design and shape are beautiful… your idea? Thanks. Dominique
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Andrew Joseph Keith
Looking good. I would try to bring the ear out away from the side of the head more, it feels that it's pushed too flat against the study board. Also trying to get those beautiful forms more soft and pillowy by smoothing out the transitions between forms and focusing on subtlety. Keep it up! It's great to see how hard you're working on the course!
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Katie Somos
Hi! Love the course so far. Here is my armature assignment. Used 1.2 and 1.3mm wire which is around gauge 16-17. My conversion was 1 inch to 2.5cm / 2.0cm. They are not posed yet. Do they look alright? I know their legs look short on the picture but I swear they are ok lol.
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Andrew Joseph Keith
yeah I would double check the proportions and measurements with a ruler. The legs do appear too short and the hips too wide from. The middle one the neck also appears too long and the arms too short. It might help to hold them up to an image of a skeleton on a piece of paper or a person on a computer screen just to double check those proportions as you're going. They look well built though so I think if you can just make those adjustments they should work great. I could also see these proportions possibly working for small children though I'd have to double check that as well. Keep it up!
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