Ian Gregory
Ian Gregory
Indonesia
Ian Gregory
Hello! This is for this week's assignment on Procreate. Tried not to use the color picker, choosing straight from the color palette. The red ball becomes slightly desaturated. Open for critique.
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Hello! This is my take on sketching gestures and figures based off the references from the video. My lines can get messy on my first try of sketching the gesture, so I reduce the opacity then sketch on top of it with a new layer (even if that would mean it’ll take longer to finish).
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For drawing one for the first time, it's really fun!
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For this assignment I tried combining the ape with…. frogs. The first stage has helped me explore and study the animals loosely without worrying too much to make it like the actual reference picture. The last picture is the finished design. Will definitely implement the exploration stage for more creatures in the future. Thank you David for the course and the feedback!
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Sticking to the combination of apes and bats. There is the thought of always wanting to follow the exact anatomy of the two animals, but for these I tried to make a variety of shapes and proportions. A big learning curve for this one as well.
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These are my breakdowns that I managed to do. It is eye opening to be able to study these instead of usually doing human breakdowns. I look forward to study more of these soon.
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This assignment is challenging but also really fun once getting the hang of it a little. As observing from the footage, I couldn’t get the gesture right most of the time. Throughout some of these sketches I tend to make small but many strokes in my drawings, that is why it can be too messy at times. I’ll keep working on this along with attempting the draw from memory for the next one.
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More studies on the first image, while the second image is through imagination. Really glad to have made the attempt, also surprised with how it turned out.
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Ian Gregory
Here is my assignment. I tried to make it loose while maintaining the muscle placement, however it kind of feels stiff at times. Definitely would take more time studying this section. My take of doing these starts from gesture, overall form, then placement of the muscles objectively.
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Here's some chimpanzee, gorilla, and orangutan skulls in different angles, along with doing more skeletons. I also tried to do the one while standing up, turned out to be a whole new challenge. For these attempts I try not to use too much erasing and see how it will look like after putting down the overall form and then the details. Feedback is very much appreciated.
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A bit messy for this one with the mind to keep it simple, loose, and not spending too much on one sketch. Although sometimes it still looks kind of stiff, not sure though.
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Hi! Here is my assignment. Tried a variety of things: cat, bat, mouse, fishman(?), etc. Looking forward to this course, really hoping to improve the creativity and making the creatures more dynamic.
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