How to Draw Obliques – Anatomy & Motion
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Use the images provided in the downloads to draw the Robo Bean and Anato Bean. Then add the oblique with the correct stretching, pinching, or twisting. Think about the motion and how the motion deforms the shape of the muscle.
Hi, this is my oblique assignments. I did this first before watching the video, It seems for some reasons i Did not draw the connection to the serrator properly on the later drawing. Any feedbacks or critiques will be greatly appreciated.
My drawing of the model at 2:03. It was just so clear that I needed to capture it. Didn’t pay attention to the gesture at all tho but understood the insertions much better than before so that’s good. Ok back to the video :)
Hi everyone! These are my drawings for this lesson's assignment .Personally i struggled a lot with proportions especially when drawing the abs so maybe i'll practice them until i feel confident while continuing the course. Other than that, i also struggled with insertions but i got them figured out while making the skelly draw-overs. Anyway , i would really appreciate any kind of advice /critique.
I did a few extra studies of the obliques over the weekend from some sculptures in my local art gallery in Birmingham (UK). The obliques were not always clear or obvious, but I had a go at putting them in anyway. For the last one on the right (the twisted back angle), have I got the obliques curving too far into the middle of the lower back? Gonna try another one of these for my more detailed, toned torso study.
This is the first part of the obliques exercise, I've still to pick my model references and work from those (which I'm looking forward to). I think I tend to make the upper torso area (ribcage) too long, and sometimes, too wide. All good fun though.
I thought I understood, but when I drew it, I realized that there were parts I didn't understand. In that respect, the task seems to be important. 1. How many strands of the external oblique muscle should be used? How it transforms depending on the situation. The back is subtle. 2. I'm also not sure how the external oblique compresses when flexed.
Gosh. I thought I knew how to draw a box. There are two sets of drawings here. The first are my own attempt. I made a weak attempt to suggest the lower part of the obliques but, even after looking at the video again and looking at the 3D models, I couldn't visualize the upper part of the obliques (the part coming off of the ribcage.) So - yes, I gave up on that and just did another set copying Prof P.
Some more! I am very bad at this right now, I will study the 3D model and follow the examples to get the hang of it
Tried obliques assignment. Found it quite hard to predict the twist and bend. This almost made me want to give up on anatomy lol. I could use some help on how to draw them