Scott Diesing
Scott Diesing
Austin, Texas
Art student
Scott Diesing
I'm a level one student. But I've learned so much in this course already that maybe I'm 1.5 :)
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Luke Ng
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Here's my first batch of the assignment, I didn't time these drawings. Some poses were harder than others and I had to redo them, especially the ones with foreshortening. I kept feeling like I was making mannequin studies with some of these as we were supposed to be more accurate with these drawings than gesture drawings (at least that's what I think we're supposed to do). All critiques are welcome!
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Scott Diesing
These are excellent Luke. Great focus on gesture!
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Scott Diesing
Level 2 - my brain hurts
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Daniel
This is really hard! Here is my try
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Scott Diesing
These are really good
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Scott Diesing
Level UNO
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Scott Diesing
Deadline: Submit by 1/15/2024 for a chance to be in the critique video! ??? I love time travel, but I'm not very good at it.
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Scott Diesing
Some practice using the Y trick. I set a goal to do 100. We'll see.
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here is my level 2. I struggle with this part but force myself to do it. I had an idea in mind for each pose. One was based on two friends enjoying a few drinks "I love you man". I thought of a python after a big meal for one (after it was done, it looked more like a bear taking a nap after stuffing himself). And another is based on a person looking in the distance.
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Divya Kumar
These are after watching the demo, the first one is from reference and the second from imagination. I struggled a bit with the imagination part. If anyone has any tips, please do share! Any feedback is much appreciated.
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Scott Diesing
I struggle with the imagination part too. What I found helpful was to find an image or an idea that was not sea lion related (like a python after a meal) and then adapt the sea lion shape to that. I'll post my imagination drawings in a minute along with an image that inspired one of them.
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Scott Diesing
This is my level 1. I find myself using line weight a lot to enhance the gesture and draw the eye. Probably relying less on shape design than I should. But I am making subtle shape changes especially when I can see a pinch or a stretch.
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Ahmed Salahuddine
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Scott Diesing
Great line quality, interesting shapes
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Alex Watson
Looking at the overlay, I made the head way too narrow. One interesting thing is I originally measured the eyes, but they looked really big to me, so I made them smaller. But looking at the overlay, I think I should have trusted my initial measurements!
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Scott Diesing
I like it
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Scott Diesing
The least fun project so far.
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Scott Diesing
Here are my level two. Definitely harder than I thought it would be.
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Scott Diesing
one last level two before I watch the level two demo. I used Stan's level one shape design as a starting point.
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Scott Diesing
Still level one but some additional animals. Going to work on level two next.
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Scott Diesing
Level 1 and Level 2 combined.
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Scott Diesing
#8 after watching the demo.
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Scott Diesing
#13 after watching the demo. Proportions getting better. :)
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Scott Diesing
#10 after watching the demo. I got the major landmarks in using measurements before starting the drawing. That's why this one is so much closer to correct proportions. I really struggle with proportions.
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Scott Diesing
This is my second round for this project. First time I really didn't get it. This is my level 1.
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Art Stark
Proko Portrait Simple Shape Submission #1: The Buffalo — Core Shapes, Preliminary Sketches, and Final Portraits.
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Scott Diesing
well done
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Scott Diesing
Using line weight to create hierarchy of importance. I used a photo from the internet taken by Claude Magni.
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Scott Diesing
Using line weight to indicate depth and form using a painting by Loren Entz.
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