Types of Joints Assignment Example 3
Types of Joints Assignment Example 3
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Types of Joints Assignment Example 3

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Types of Joints Assignment Example 3

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Stan Prokopenko
A third demonstration where Marshall shows you how to simplify joints in perspective.
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Jesse Desuraune Rajol
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Maayan
3rd joint assignment, this one was pretty fun^^
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Sandra Süsser
My take on the shoulder joint exercise
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Alexis Stockdale
How does Marshall know how much the humerus will foreshorten at a certain angle? Is it just a matter of knowing intuitively from drawing so much?
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Jesper Axelsson
Hi @Alexis Stockdale, good question! I think it's a combo of having drawn a lot, and the use of perspective techniques. The foreshortening of the humerus can be figured out with perspective techniques. In this case I think I would use a circle in perspective to get the foreshortening right. The glenohumeral joint would be the center of the circle, and the lenght of the humerus the radius. I think Marshall has this technique in mind (he draws part of the circle in this example), but he also relies on his intuition. If you practice drawing boxes, cylinders and spheres a lot, you might get so comfortable with them that you can play with them freely in space. When I sketch I usually start with the intuition I've gained from practice, then if anything feels of, I can go back in and use perspective techniques to correct things. I gained much of my intuitive understanding of perspective when doing the exercises in the Figure Drawing Fundamentals course. It prepares you with the skills you need for the anatomy course. And to get a deeper understanding of perspective you can pair the figure course with Marshall's 1994 Perspective Drawing Series https://marshallart.com/SHOP/all-products/all-videos/1994-perspective-drawing-series/ Hope this answers your question :)
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James Paris
For this one, i tried several forms for the tip of the humerus, I definitely need to work my ellipses/ball
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angiespice
ready to learn these parts with a bit more guidance ... second rough play. Not sure if the scapula is so accurate in skelly app
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Sarvesh Gupta
Current try before watching the video
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Sarvesh Gupta
Attempt after following the video. I can notice the proportional mistakes in the original and I didn't identify the perspective of the humerus properly. Also I can notice the importance of identifying the direction in which spheres are facing
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emikomay
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angiespice
My go at this one. Might try introducing my own angles.
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seazeff
Tried using some different angles from the video. I'm not sure how successful the XYZ one was, but I feel that the XY was pretty accurate.
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necplusprocess
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Kaylee Nelson
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eddie saldana
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Tony Vu
Nice work with the drawing. From what I can see the humerus is a little too short. The one in the neutral position should be about 2 scapulas in length. Also, I think the glenoid cavity is a little too large relative to the rest of the scapula. Stan has a tendency to emphasise presentation when posting your drawings. Maybe try to find a brighter environment when taking a photo of your future assignments. Other than those things, good work. Keep it up :)
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Sita Rabeling
Probably the direction of the middle drawing of the humerus would make the elbow bigger in the foreshortening, I wondered. It's still hard to picture everything in my mind to draw correctly.
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omambia
Attempt after watching the video.
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Thana
First try on my own, second time following along.
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CHARLES DEIGHAN
Joint assignment ex 3.
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ElBrato
My take on the assignment. I do everything without watching the demonstration since i dont have rly good internet here.
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anthonychoy
Attempt after watching the demonstration but without copying exactly. I'm doing a more gestural version then adding cross contours on it as I have no idea how to draw such complicated subject from imagination atm
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