James Mayr
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Amelie Holland
Here’s my assignment. One of the things I get told often is that my drawings don’t look 3D enough. But it’s really hard to understand and I know it’s hard to explain how to make the drawings look more 3D. I have noticed that my drawings does look flat too. So I would really appreciate it if I could get some feedback on that.
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James Mayr
I don't think that your drawings are looking very flat. the construction looks solid for me. If you want improving your illusion of 3D maybe study rendering (aka how light affect the form, I really like: https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/1933492961/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A3JWKAKR8XB7XF&psc=1), but again. In this drawing the rendering looks fine.
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CHARLES DEIGHAN
Back View Assignment. I did mine on the left and then followed along with Stan on the right.
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James Mayr
what I most like about your poses: they are dynamic and not stiff.
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Marco Sordi
2021/7/25. Good morning everybody. Here's my first and second attempt for this section's assignment. Thanks for any advice or suggestion. Have a good Sunday.
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James Mayr
the construction looks solid.
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James Mayr
I focused on the 3d forms (i took a break from this course and tried to improve my fundamentals- see here: https://www.proko.com/course-lesson/how-to-draw-abs-anatomy/assignments#2J8) - especially I found it hard to design the shadows so that it supports the illusion of 3 dimensionality. what are you guys thinking? all critique and comments are very welcome.
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@zahara
The studies I've done, critiques are welcome
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James Mayr
clean and good understanding of 3d space
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@bytecraft
Hi again, after the last critique I've been trying to keep up with doing around 10-20 gesture drawings and I tried doing so keeping things a little more simple and trying to push the pose a bit more and be less stiff, here's my drawings I've made today, are these looking a bit better?
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James Mayr
I really like your line of action.
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James Mayr
As @Liandro and @Diego Lucia pointed out, i took a break from anatomy drawing and focused on fundamentals like line quality and structural drawing. (see here: https://www.proko.com/course-lesson/how-to-draw-abs-anatomy/assignments#2J8) I has the ability to join a life drawing class this spring (was very good to gain confidence and line commitment) and drew a lot beans and boxes and forms. One Issue I found out: I found it hard to find out which contour line describe the form the best. (lock at the attached example, there are several contour lines but not every line describes the volume equal). Especially when the model is in a 3/4 view its still hard to figure out if I should draw the contour line on the left side or one the right side. I hope that make sense for you. Maybe somebody had this issue as well or can give me tips to overcome this issue. As always all critiques are very welcome.
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James Mayr
I wanted download a hand e book. (tried hand bones, hand muscles 1 &2) It failed with these error message:  This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below. <Error> <Code>AccessDenied</Code> <Message>Access denied</Message> </Error>
James Mayr
@Liandro These Excercise was very fun to draw (especially the flunk fat) What are you thinking about?
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James Mayr
I rewatched the examples and redid these exercise(because the previous are too flat). The female abs I found more interesting but more challenging as well. What are you thinking about it?
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