DISCOUNT CODE: 20% OFFkangaroo
kangaroo
Wendy de Boer
Here are my attempts at the hand demos, plus some extra ones.
Write reply...
Drop images here to attach them to the message
Wendy de Boer
The proximal phalanx of the thumb really does not hyperextend backwards like that, though. Especially not when the thumb is also bent at an acute angle at the same time. ^_^'
Write reply...
Drop images here to attach them to the message
Wendy de Boer
Oh man, this is completely different from what I expected! I totally thought that the checkerboard pattern itself was supposed to represent an appealing value structure for a portrait. XD
Write reply...
Drop images here to attach them to the message
Wendy de Boer
Here's my attempt at the assignments.
Write reply...
Drop images here to attach them to the message
Olivia Puchalla
Help! I can't find the posed 3d models of the handbones he mentioned at the end of the "How to Draw Hand Bones – Anatomy for Artists" video. I purchased the premium course, so I should have access to them. Does anyone know where I can find them? "premium dashboard"? They are not on the right side of the video.
Write reply...
Drop images here to attach them to the message
Wendy de Boer
They are in "Lesson notes" under this video.
Reply
Wendy de Boer
Just start. The motivation comes from the doing. :)
Write reply...
Drop images here to attach them to the message
Wendy de Boer
Here are my attempts at Tammy Slaton. In the first thumbnail, I quite liked the head shape and the hair, but the face didn't feel right. In the second thumbnail, I felt the features were going in the right direction, but the elongated head shape was a bad call. I definitely felt the head needed to be rounder and smoother. So on the third thumbnail, I tried to combine what I liked about the first and second sketch into one. For the final rough, I enlarged the third thumbnail and worked it out a bit more. I think it's going somewhere, but I'm also finding it quite hard to keep a sense of structure without using formal construction and taking measurements from the reference. What do you think?
Write reply...
Drop images here to attach them to the message
Wendy de Boer
It would be awesome if we could also have a 3d model of the arm in the pronated position! And also with the elbow bent, both supinated and pronated.
Write reply...
Drop images here to attach them to the message
Help!
Browse the FAQs or our more detailed Documentation. If you still need help or to contact us for any reason, drop us a line and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible!
Your name
Email
Message