Spine Assignment Example 11-19 - Draw Models
Here are my last attempts of each picture, at the beginning I found myself struggling to do the curve of the spine without having to trace it, by the end I felt a little more confident with the way I did the spine. Also any feedback is greatly appreciated!
Difficult, but helpful. One of the key take-aways from this is that the thoracic spine is very stiff and doesn’t bend a lot. Which on the other hand makes it difficult to figure out when the model twists or bends, since it then looks like it is flexible. Any feedback is welcome.
This was tricky to saw the least. I did my studies, then watched the videos, taking note of where I went wrong. I seem to be ok with the structure and placement of the cranium and ribcage (generally), but it's the pelvis area that caused me the most uncertainty. I think in a couple of them my ribcage is too far from the pelvis?
I did a few spines. The perspective of some ellipses is very off, I'll have to work on that.
This assignment was super challenging at first, but drawing the robo beans on the side and watching the critique video helped me a lot!
Hi All, would appreciate any feedback for my example 11-19 submissions. Thanks for your time!
Here are my assignments for this section of the Spine Anatomy lesson. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
Here are my model drawings that I made before watching Stan draw the examples. I plan to go back and redraw these again with the example video and compare how off they are. I struggle a lot with the ellipses in perspective.
Last part of my spine assignments. left = my first attempt/right = my copy of stan's version. Still making huge mistakes but i'm getting better. Feedback appreciated.
Here's my final submission for the Spine Assignment. My attempt is on the right and I followed along with Stan on the left. Critiques welcomed.
The tracing and copying felt like cheating at first, but it's a great help for learning. In the last two I drew some of my own lines. Sorry for the wrinkly paper.
All ways a challenge in many ways, relationship, proportion and clean lines but putting the pencil to paper. Yah.