Figure Drawing Fundamentals
Figure Drawing Demo
Human Proportions – Cranial Units
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Study Hale's cranial units
Study Hale's cranial units. Copy them. Then, put the reference away and see if you can draw them from memory!
Left is from reference and right from imagination. Struggled quite a bit with the side view pelvis from imagination but managed to simplify it.
This is my study of Hale's Method. I find it easier than the Richer for certain pose. But when drawing sometimes I like to mix them, since Richer's Method is faster for certain poses. I hope i can get some insight on where and when a certain method is best used.
Hello everyone. Here are my drawings. I copied the proportions and then I tried to draw them without the reference. Advice and critiques are appreciated.
Hale is my favorite for obvious reasons, but it was extremely difficult to produce an accurate meat and muscle overlay. I haven't started on the anatomy course yet, so I guess it will become easier to see once I start. The hand, and knuckles specifically, are not very obvious to relate to the skull. I have tried matching the wrist to the greater trochanter, but the hands always feel oversized.
Hiya, here's my Hale's proportions exercises first image is using a reference and the second is from memory
Hi everyone, I finished some Beverly Hale cranial unit studies, any critiques would be much appreciated. The final 3 are from recalling. Have a good week everyone!
Hey everyone. here is my copy and from memory drawing of robert bevery hale's cranial units. Feedback will be greatly appreciated!
I never heard of Hale before, yet this method of proportion has quickly become my favorite. Unfortunately though, the cranium doesn’t match up with Loomis method, so I try to combine these two in my own way since I really like the portrait method by Loomis and don’t want to give it up.
Here's my assignment for Hale's proportions, cranial units. I put these in my sketch Book just for reference.
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