Types of Joints Assignment Example 1

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Types of Joints Assignment Example 1

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Stan Prokopenko
In this first example, Marshall Vandruff explains the joints of the foot and how to draw them as simple forms in perspective.
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Kaylee Nelson
this made me cry but I got over it
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Jesper Axelsson
Hi @Kaylee Nelson, nice studies! and good level of simplification! "this made me cry but I got over it" Yeah, simplifying things into geometric forms can be tricky! I noticed that the Figure Drawing Fundamentals Course wasn't in you course library. Have you taken it? (or anything equivalent to it?). The things taught in the figure drawing course, like gesture and 3D-forms, make the anatomy course much less intimidating. You could think of it as the Anatomy 1 course. I strongly recommend taking it before the anatomy course. The lessons in the figure drawing course that would help you the most with this exercise are lesson 3, 5 & 6 (structure, robo bean and mannequinization). I hope this was helpful :) Keep up the good work! PS Here´s a encouraging little story from my life: A few years ago I dreamed of being able to draw Tarzan. The Disney movie had been my favorite since I was a baby. I really wanted to learn anatomy, I found proko´s course, and started taking it, but I soon felt that something was lacking: I didn't know the fundamentals well enough. It was difficult to realize that, because it felt like my goal of being able to draw Tarzan was miles away, but I decided to take the figure drawing course anyway. I´m so glad I did! It gave me exactly what I wanted!; being able to draw gestural 3-dimensional figures, from imagination. I learned the most important part of drawing Tarzan! And to my suprise my figures felt quite accurate eventhough I didn´t know anatomy. It was like I had learned the pattern of the human body. I realized that rather than thinking of the figure drawing course being a obstacle in front of the anatomy course, it is more like the Anatomy 1 course.
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eddie saldana
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Sita Rabeling
Phew, this is a struggle, but also fun. I wanted to keep the drawing simple, so just the arm as it is shown. I wanted to get the ellipsoid joint (pulse) visible in this position. Am not content, but wanted to go to the next assignment.
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David Alejandro Rosas Galindo
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omambia
Attempt after watching the video.
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CHARLES DEIGHAN
Joint Assignment Ex 1. The bigger one on the outside is my attempt and the smaller one inside, I just copied Marshall's to get a better understanding.
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ElBrato
My attempt on this. I think its good for me.
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irahc
Here all 3 of my attempts, The first one was done by myself, the second was done while looking at Marshall's answer, and the third was done by myself again. Did I do well?
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Thana
My initial attempt, and then a red lined version using the video reference.
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Bryan Wisri
first attempt without looking at Marshall's reference using Clip Studio. I'm still practising my linework as well.
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Rick B
Ok, This video explained it better, already found one big mistake I was making. In the last assignment I drew the hinge joint of the elbow backwards. I drew it on the Ulna next to the Radius instead of on the Humerus. I did not know how to draw the wrist any clearer. I'll give it a crack tomorrow.
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anthonychoy
No idea how to simplify.. just copying the answers
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nothanks
I had the same problem when I stared too, but after a while I could actually start figuring it out on my own! Sometimes it helps to re-do a lesson a bit later if you had a lot of trouble with it the first time around.
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Jesper Axelsson
Hi @anthonychoy, have you taken the figure drawing course? If you haven´t go check it out! There you´ll learn all the drawing skills you need to tackle the anatomy course, like simplifying! Here´s a little story from my life: A few years ago I dreamed of being able to draw Tarzan. The Disney movie had been my favorite since I was a baby. I really wanted to learn anatomy, I found proko´s course, but realized that I was lacking the fundamentals. It was difficult to realize that, because it felt like my goal of being able to draw Tarzan was miles away, but I decided to take the figure drawing course anyway. I´m so glad I did! It gave me exactly what I wanted!; being able to draw gestural 3-dimensional figures, from imagination. I learned the most important part of drawing Tarzan! And to my suprise my figures felt quite accurate eventhough I didn´t know anatomy. It was like I had learned the pattern of the human body. I realized that rather than thinking of the figure drawing course being a obstacle in front of the anatomy course, it is more like the Anatomy 1 course. I hope this help :)
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Isak Heldt
My simplification of the arm. Added Marshalls simplification of the wrist after I saw the video. Critique is appreciated :) The proportions of the under arm and scapula are a little off, as well as the angle of the hand. Maybe I should correct the angle of the lower humerus/medial epicondyle as well?? Did I miss something?
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Jason Winter
Here is my attempt, drawn before seeing Marshalls version. Comments welcome.
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Paolina Paunova
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Rafael Lamparelli
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Zach Dunbar
Looking for feed back, want to make sure I'm doing this right. Feel like the hand is off?
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Michael Cedeno
Looks very good to me but the joint is wider on the left and the bottom form does not completely wrap around the joint. Please give feed back on my drawing as well thanks.
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Michael Cedeno
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Zach Dunbar
Looks good. The only thing I notice is the perspective looks a bit off between the wrist and forearm bones.
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Tui
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did my best! feedback always appreciated though.
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Hisham Ali
Hey Claire! This looks good. Correct me if I am wrong, but It looks like a copy from Marshall's solution. Try to draw it on your own without looking at the solution first. Thats where the real learning happens: when you struggle with it and then draw from the solution, the information will stick better. Keep up the goo work!
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