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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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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irahc
My first attempt without watching, i have question, if my first attempt is correct (perspective, form, gesture) but not the exact same line that the instructor drew, do i need to do a second attempt? Or should i do a second attempt regardless? Thank you!!
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Alec Brubaker
Hi Irahc, In my opinion It is always a good idea to do several attempts when you are trying to study. The point of studying is of course to ingrain what you are trying to learn as best you can, and they best way to do that is conscious observation paired with repetition, and then coming up with a way to test your knowledge. I'd suggest you try doing a little drawing from imagination! For example, if your goal is to learn a bit more of the arm skeletal structure, draw those bones a few times from reference while consciously paying attention to the shapes, proportion, etc., and then try to draw a few from imagination and see how much of that information you actually retained. And the goal here isn't to grind one thing until it's perfect. But it is important to make a habit of really spending the time to observe and study the topic at hand and be certain we're learning something, and not just falling into the trap of doing a nice 'copy' and thinking that we studied! Hope this helps a little; keep up the good work!
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Rick B
video was pretty straight forward.
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Natasha Wardle
I found placing the Coracoid process really hard, not sure if I got it right.
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Rick B
looks good to me
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Zach Dunbar
My go
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Jesper Axelsson
Hi @Zach Dunbar, Great job! I think the arm should be a little longer in the abducted position. I can be helpful to indicate ellipses around the orbit point, to find the placement. I hope this helps :)
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Isak Heldt
My before and after watching the video attempts... Did I miss the reason why M skipped drawing the bone piece that the deltoid muscle attaches to?
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Rafael Lamparelli
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Jason Winter
Here is my attempt, drawn before seeing Marshalls version. Apart from the Scapula, this was the hardest to design. I don't think I quite got it. Comments welcome.
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mameko
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Michael Cedeno
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Tui
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kinda cheated and copied marshall's demo for this one. he really helps clear things up though.
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Marco Sordi
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2021/3/13. Good morning everyone. Here's my third joint example. Thanks and have a nice day.
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Margaret Langston
My copy of Marshall's demo
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