Thomas Vang Pedersen
Thomas Vang Pedersen
Denmark
Thomas Vang Pedersen
playing around with the swamp monster, trying to imaging what it will do after the pose from the reference drawing
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nice exercise. I like how the very different characters have the same underlying figure structure, just the proportions and details are different. Also thank you for intruding me to Bernie Wrightson, his drawings are amazing. I will try to draw the swamp monster from different angles and poses tomorrow.
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meet "The Arnold Chimp", reaching for the stars but hitting rock bottom!ūüėÖūüôą. I saw the hairless chimpanzee on YouTube, and thought it looked like a sad bodybuilder. Chimpanzee have so expression
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I love drawing with energetic lines, great exercise. Ready for the Level 2 project
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drawing without pausing the videos almost broke my brainūü§Į Had to watch the loops many times to complete each sketch.
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I’m trying figure out how to draw the skulls with open mouth from imagination, with is much harder than I thought. This is studies from imagination and reference.
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studies of the chimpanzee model
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Here is my attempt with the assignments
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Working on the ape skeletons
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My skull assignments
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This was a fun challenge to play around with grafic shapes. I always struggle with how dark to make the halftone compared to the reflected light, I tried hard to keep them clearly separated.
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Inventing chimpanzee poses from imagination, and then trying to add a skeleton onto the invented figures. It was difficult to find out how the radius looks as it turns around the ulnar bone from pronation as shown in the 3D model to supination in some of my poses.
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Doing Chimpanzee quicksketches while waiting for the next video from David.
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Watching chimpanzee locomotion in slowmotion on youtube, to get a better understanding before I go drawing from life again.
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went to the zoo with the family today, and tried drawing animals from life for the first time. It was quit stressful/difficult cause the lighting was too dark and people was constantly standing in front of me so I lost the view. Also the chimpanzees was always on the move so all the drawing had to done from the memory of a short glimpse of the action. With a total lack of knowledge about the locomotion of chimpanzee, it was difficult to finish the gesture from memory. When I got home, I tried to draw the skeletons in the ape sketches. Some of the gestures was done so quitly, that I have no idea of what the pose was. all in all it was stressful being the first time drawing from life animals and first time drawing in public, but also alot of fun, and I’m happy that I finaly did it.
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This is my chimpanzee+lion creature. It was a hard challenge to start off with cause I'm always draw from reference, but it was surprisingly more fun to play around with my imagination instead off being bound by the reference. Trying to draw fast, fluid and loose just turned the lines into more scratchy and less fluid. More practices is neededūüôą Already loving the course and I can't wait for lessons about drawing from videos instead of pictures.
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