Anatomy of the Human Body
Intro to Muscles
Pecs & Breasts
Lower Back Muscles
Upper Back Muscles
Anatomy Critiques – The Pelvis
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Hi, I tried pelvic bone in different angles. Please provide feedback. Kindly point out the areas of improvement
Hi, I tried pelvic bone in different angles. Please provide feedback. Kindly point out the areas of improvement.
I assume the problem is with my 3-D bucket from imagination. I started with the red line that runs through the center of the bucket, and then made a perpendicular line. Then I made the green line, which is supposed to be the horizontal angle of the bucket. the blue line is between the perpendicular and the green, that is supposedly the long axis of the cylinder in perspective. Is this the correct process? Can anyone help me with what I did wrong? Thank you so much!
Thank you in advance for any critiques and comments. I included a copy of my bucket stage in case that helps.
These are my Pelvises. I am struggling with line cleanliness and clarity in the drawings. Also, my sacrum's are very long and thin compared to the models. how wide exactly should I make them?
I find it easier to construct a „perfect“ cylinder with circles as caps and account for the thinner proportions later on in the construction process.. but this elipsoide cylinder construction thing is breaking my flow too much no matter how long I study it. So I’ll go my own way here.
Some more pelvis practice. I think the perspective of the sacrum is a bit off in the second one. Critiques are appreciated! I also wanted to know what is the difference between the method of drawing the bucket using rectangles to draw ellipses and the method Proko described in this critique video? Are both similar?
Some attempts at the buckets, and some more intentional practice. Critiques welcome!
Hello, I am seeking critique for my pelvis drawings. My first image is the pelvis drawn from memory without reference. The second is the simplified pelvis using the 3D model references. Thanks, Vince
I was initially having trouble with the bucket, namely drawing ellipses in perspective, but I downloaded Marshall VANDRUFF's perspective series which really nailed down the concept. Would recommend. I then had a go at the pelvis without cheating. It's probably still not perfect, so any creative feedback would be great!
The first image some of my exercises (the 1-6 along with Stan), the second again with the wire bucket and the third from imagination -no cheating- or maybe from memory of the former exercises? I want to be able to imagine and draw it rom all angles.. one day...
Here the assignment with the 3D bucket as an example. I'm stuck with the next assignment; drawing from imagination. I did draw several pelvises from different perspective, but I can't draw them without the' help' of cheating although I understand the use of lines on the bucket. Will come back after following some other classes from the figure drawing fundamentals course.
I've started a second page of these and I'm getting a bit tired. Not sure what I'm getting wrong. I think perspective and proportions is still off. I'm going to continue doing 1 or 2 a day. hopefully something will click. Open to critique. So I've taken Jaoa Bogo advice and separated out the ones I think are the best. I don't want to waste anyone's time. I still think there is value in posting everything if someone wants to look through them.
Can someone please please explain to me the difference between the “angle of the ellipse” and the “long axis?” I have spent weeks trying to figure out the ellipse/bucket and every time I think I have a breakthrough I end up confusing myself and even more. It’s the ellipse I have the most trouble with. I have watched and re watched multiple times the anatomy, how to draw, and critique videos in this section and am stuck and getting frustrated. Somehow the way Stan explains the lines in the first critique video just does not click. Can someone please explain the process of drawing the ellipse (especially at angles/tilts that are not perfectly horizontal or vertical)? Diagrams greatly appreciated. I would upload pics of my attempts but they are so scattered and confused at this point that I don’t think it will help. Please explain as if talking to a seven year old and I will be forever grateful!