Anubhav Saini
Anubhav Saini
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I'm not sure which lesson you're talking about but any time I have heard of a "muffin top" it's the fat that sits on your jeans. It's when the person's jeans are too tight and everything else "spills" over. Think about the bakery treat, the muffin. Can you picture it? Little bottom body with a big top that just flows over. I would assume this muffin top is something else but you mentioned the butt lesson so I think I may be thinking of the same thing.
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Anubhav Saini
Thank you very much i think you right
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Anubhav Saini
Hello everyone I am on butt lesson currently but I am confused what is muffin top???
Steven
Your structure is not quite there - the eyelids are thin, and the brow structure is too low. It’s a very pretty drawing, but make sure that you’re focusing on tidiness and volume over rendering. I like to think of brows as a big curved polygon, almost like lips, just like you’ve done here. Keep it very neat and make sure it is a coherent shape in perspective. You’re also on the right tack with “clumping” groups of lashes, but vary the lengths, make them longer towards the outer corner of the eye, and use some line weight to make them thicker at the base. When practicing, using a very rudimentary rendering style can be helpful to understand the form, while still being fast enough that you get a lot of repetition. Drawing 6 fairly clean 10 minute eyes in an hour is a lot more valuable in terms of learning structure than 1 hour long prettily rendered eye.
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Thank you very much for your valuable feedback it is really helpful
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Anubhav Saini
*is the structure correct *How to design eyelashes
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Kristian Nee
Hey Anubhav! I believe that's the TFL, but I could be wrong. That being said though, I would probably just try and interpret the entire shape as just part of the quads. The reason I say that is because I don't think you really have to know all of the anatomy specifically in order to draw well. In fact, focusing too much on drawing correct anatomy can hinder you from being truly creative while drawing. If you listen to the comic artist Jim Lee talk about anatomy, he'll say he actually has very limited knowledge of what the actual anatomy is. He understands the shapes, and what looks cool but throws out anything else that might make his storytelling less exciting. It really depends on the art you'd like to do, but if you'd like to be a story teller with your art I don't really believe you need to know every muscle to make that happen. When I was taking classes with @Erik Gist, he would always say that the anatomy is there to complement your art, not to be the point of it. I'm not saying to throw out anatomy completely, but it isn't that important. I've included some of his drawings below too, if you look at the legs you can see how simple they are. They're essentially just cylinders with occasional anatomy thrown over them. Hope this helps
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Anubhav Saini
Thank you very much sirr it very helpful and i want to be a story teller with my art.
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gavin32
That is the great trochanter, it’s where several tendons and ligaments attach to the femur
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Thank you very much
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Yiming Wu
This is the outer side of the top portion of the "big leg bone". No muscle "bodies" goes over top of that portion.
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Thank you very much
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Why is there a depression here?????? I am cluelesss!!
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Anubhav Saini
What is the following bump that I have highlighted?? Is it TFL or sartorious???? I am confused
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Anubhav Saini
Can anyone give me tips to improve cross hatching
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Dan B
Cross-hatching is not something I'm well versed in, but I would suggest firstly using a single hatching direction and make sure it follows the planes of the face to give it shape, then cross-hatch the darker planes to add values. Check out Charles Dana Gibson for some inspiration: https://fineartamerica.com/art/drawings/charles+dana+gibson
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Thank you very for your valuable feedback it is really helpful
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Anubhav Saini
The goal of this drawing was to practice cross hatching can anyone please give feedback on how can I improve my cross hatching
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Anubhav Saini
Please can anyone critique!! *Are the gestures fluid *Is it looking stiff
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Anubhav Saini
Can anyone recommend me a 2d animation program like tv paint where there is an option of onion skin like in the following image???
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Anubhav Saini
Hello everyone following is my progress that I made over the years and it became possible because of proko,Aaron Blaise and this community I would like to express my gratitude to all of you and thank you very much for giving me your valuable feedback I am so happy and it would not have been possible because of you guys!!!!!
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Anubhav Saini
What is that part which I have highlighted I am confused please can anyone tell??
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Anubhav Saini
Hello everyone I did a master study of stan prokopenko the goal of this drawing was to get the texture right. *Is the texture right? *How can I improve adding texture?
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Liandro
Hey, @Anubhav Saini! These are very good! Your study of Stan’s drawing has a nice tone work and suggests a solid sense of volume. I think you did pretty well with it concerning these aspects. There are two things I’d say you could notice as something to pay attention to though: 1) Some edges could look softer. On the shadow area to the left, for example, I see a very crisp, linear separation between the darker value near the ear and the middle value more towards the back of the head - this is an area where the edge could be smoother so that these values would blend together some more; and 2) Texture! Your study is very solid in terms of value and volume, but I feel like you may have missed the last step, which is adding the sense of texture. Maybe this wasn’t in your goals for this study and you didn’t add texture on purpose - if that’s so, that’s fine! You have total autonomy to focus on just one part of the process if that’s what you need for that moment. Just keep in mind that if texture was something you skipped unintentionally, it could be interesting to perhaps include it in future studies you might make. And I think the same observations apply to the photo study: edge work and texture. As for the early stages of the process (form and major values), I’d say you’ve been doing good with the photo study too. I’m curious to know if you ever got to finish it - if so and if you want, I’d love to see a later version of it in case you might want to post it here too. That’s it, hope this helps! If you have questions or thoughts, feel free to let me know. Kepp up the good work 👍🏻
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@Liandro Here is the later version of it I tried adding texture this time
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