Samuel Parker
Samuel Parker
Adelaide, South Australia
Student concept artist currently studying at CDW studios, I am interested in creature design inspiration includes Monster Hunter and Terryl Whitlatch!
Asher
Hi Proko, do you ever plan on covering facial expressions?
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Samuel Parker
Scott Eaton has a great course on facial expressions, but yeah I really wish proko would do a facial anatomy/expressions course or update this course with that information.
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Samuel Parker
Here is my pear and man :3
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Samuel Parker
Last assignment for this course, proud of these but I’m thinking of doing this course again sometime in the future when my brain hurts a bit less. I took a snapshot of the lay-in of foot 2 to show how i use gestural contours as a base to build on, it is a good addition to my process i think. Awesome course, I don’t think I’d be where I am artistically without your help Stan, you’re a good egg for creating easily accessible and processable art education.
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Samuel Parker
Tonal studies of the lower leg, made into a creature because its funny hehe
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Anatomy tracings of the Hams (and egg :3)
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Samuel Parker
Quads exercise :3
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Samuel Parker
Foot bone exercises, trying to wrap my head around how the Tarsals interlock when Inverting and Everting.
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Samuel Parker
Leg Bones Anatomy Tracings.
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Samuel Parker
Leg Bones Skelley Drawings
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abrahan13
Any feedback is appreciated
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Samuel Parker
You're focusing too much on the contour, try and draw the shapes as simply as you can, like a croquet mallet for the femur - make the forms simple shapes and then you can start blending them into eachother. I would reccomend reading how to draw my scott robertson because I believe you would benefit from gaining a clearer understanding of basic perspective principles. One of my instructors said, the more technically you are trained - the less technically you draw, which basically means that after studying enough, you're going to be able to draw contours that look like they have perspective because you will get a feeling of what is right - and you have the knowledge of construction to help you out of any pitfalls as you draw. Keep drawing and have fun, it's a marathon not a sprint!!
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Samuel Parker
Hand drawings plus a little hand sculpture :3
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Hand exercises part 1 + addressing forearm feedback from @Jesper Axelsson
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Samuel Parker
Finally getting back into regular anatomy practice!!! Wahoo!!!
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Samuel Parker
Found some time to get back to this course! Been busy with my mentorship with Simon Lee.
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Jerry Ye
Exercises for drawing simplified joints and labeling, definitely learned a lot about how my body moves, hope I labelled everything correctly :P
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Samuel Parker
Good Idea to label the joints and point out where they are on the structures! I think that you need to do away with thinking about the contour of these complex forms and simplify them down to the most basic shape possible. Once you have simplified try to take these simple constructions and make them more true to the structures you are analyzing. The key is to make the shape that best describes the form as simply as possible, so going back to the most primitive forms will help you in this regard. This is my first critique so sorry if it's worded poorly or hard to understand or overcomplicated, hope it helps and keep drawing!!
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Samuel Parker
Deltoid quicksketches
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Samuel Parker
Hands took a long time to get right, partly due to managing the complex overlapping forms, but also I’ve found that using an Hb pencil was the right move. Using the 2B pencil I had been using up until this point was detrimental in that I wasn’t able to draw the underlay sketch light enough.
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Samuel Parker
And some digital hands
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