Biceps Assignment Example 4

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Marco Sordi
2021/9/6. Good morning everyone. Here’s my second attempt for this assignment. I watched Stan’s demonstration video and his critiques video too before trying again. This time I decided to avoid too deep into shading and keep the general design as clean as possible. About the anatomy let me make two considerations: the first one is about the separation between the front and the lateral head of the deltoids that is not visible to me from the picture. Stan added it in his drawing and I know that it can be seen from a lateral view. So I decided to add it anyway. The second one is about the area where the coracobrachialis and brachialis touch each other. The veins and the nerves cover much of the two muscles so I ignored them and I imitated the 3D model provided by Stan. I hope it is correct. Thanks for any advice or suggestion. Have a good day 👍🏼
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John Harper
Very nice... good job Marco.
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jcarter20
Marco, wow, really nicely defined muscle groups. Perhaps the arm is a little short, but it seems you've nailed all the muscle shapes. Good job!
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Marco Sordi
2021/8/28. Hi everyone. Here’s my daily assignment for this chapter. Thanks and have a good day.
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Jessica Harrison
The draftsmanship and construction are really clean and nice! Try pushing some softer edges, especially along the bicep there. Then try to get a few, subtle straights in the design a bit to help balance out the curved lines you have and give more variety.
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curranelliot
The core shadow on the bicep makes it look like a sharp corner sort of like a box, I think that there should more of a gradation, Also if the side of the pec is in shadow and the bottom of the delts, the top of the bicep should also be in more shadow
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Kensei Tron
The shading is looking great. I would incorporate more separation in the reflected light with shape design and smoothen out the gradations of core shadow to halftones a tiny bit.
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