Landmarks Assignment Example 2: Front
Landmarks Assignment Example 2: Front
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Figure Drawing Fundamentals

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Landmarks Assignment Example 2: Front

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Landmarks Assignment Example 2: Front

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Stan Prokopenko
Examples of applying landmarks to your drawing.
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kotka
First try. The front view is much easier than the back! This video breaks everything down in a really logical way and it's easy to remember what goes where.
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valiozaur
Hey, Here is my last attempt of front landmarks. ( Sorry form the writing on the back of the page)
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Anna Sch
First Try on the landmarks exercise. I will first draw along with the video, than start some on my own.
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Stan Prokopenko
Mostly really good. Just the collar bones are too wiggly and should connect at the pit of the neck a little higher.
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Anna Sch
self critique: I think the upper torso is too long and does not have a good connection to the bottom part so it looks off. And i messed arround with the arms ....
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pmak22
Working on some my last front landmarks before I move onto robo bean, was really feeling good about things tonight.
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pmak22
Doing another front landmarks again, things are making more sense to me, though boy are some of my lines sloppy/sketchy.
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pmak22
Worked from reference today, not sure I'm capturing all the landmarks, I find the areas around and above the hips particularly tricky.
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pmak22
Posting more for accountability vs actual feedback, will post again later with different model/pose
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brodymalonebonnacci
This is my attempt at this, I will probably make another later. Any critique appreciated.
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Cesar Sanchez
Hi, I leave this one here, any feedback is welcome :). I still feel however, that is quite difficult to determine how long to make the sternum and where to place the breasts, also... call me crazy but I see that the 10th rib forms a little dimple right above the oblique (not necessarily going into it)
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nathan callaway
ok folks, first time poster! just getting back into figure drawing, it's been quite some time. i missed some of the pose/proportion with this drawing; her legs extend too far instead of being pointed at the viewer and foreshortened, for instance.
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Sandra Süsser
My first own Landmark Study after studying Proko‘s. Tried to recall them from memory at first which I always do with new information and which I can only recommend for everyone as well - this really hammers in the knowledge. As for the drawing, where tf is the great trochanter in this one xD. Can’t figure it out exactly, just guessing. Overpainting anyone?
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Allison Gobbell
Imagine the bone with the head or ball of the femur in the hip socket and so the top of the bone that is "showing" is the great trochanter. If you stand up in that pose you will feel that there is an angle to the hips with the weight bearing hip higher up than the resting leg. So you were close on that left one, but I would raise it up a bit based on the angle of the hips - does that make sense? I'm no expert but that's my two cents lol.
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Aidan van Niekerk
Hi everyone! My homework for this lesson. All feedback welcome :)
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Allison Gobbell
This looks great! You captured the gesture and energy nicely with that left leg coming forward in space. Here are some picky suggestions that could help: You've exaggerated the pose so that's probably on purpose, but try looking at the negative shapes (the air space) between the right arm (her left) and the torso - you will see a difference, same with between the legs as well as the left arm having more of a bend. Also, the upper torso is too narrow which makes her breasts too close together. Easier said than to execute and still keep that energy!
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Vasilis Moutzouridis
feedback please
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Lien Hoa
haiz i get too caught up in rendering the freaking portrait hahaha. Critiques and feedback are super welcomed!
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Inga Ulinskaitė
Beutifully drawn face.
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Sita Rabeling
Drawing along with the video and making notes the second time. Also practicing the overhand grip all the time, so I feel the drawings are getting more messy. - Will work on it.
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stub
1yr
I copied Proko's demo and then went back using just the reference photo to see what I retained. Any critique is welcome.
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lifeflame
great process!
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William Lambooy
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Jesper Axelsson
Good job!
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Andre Vokamre
Pliz halp
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persona937
my drawing
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Daniel Mauricio Gracia Castillo
So, I'm leaving this one here, hope I get some feedback!!!
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Dink
1yr
Overall solid!. The spinal twist feels just right - not too much, not too little. Good cross contours too. Some muscles are feeling a bit out of proportion, notably the arm to the right - wrist is real thick, upper arm, deltoid a bit too arched. Remember to find the source of the curves - every curve of muscle will terminate or source to some point along the body. Find those source points (often landmarks but sometimes just a vector or notable curve) and use them to construct the musculature.
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