Antonio Stappaerts
Antonio Stappaerts
Concept Artist for Game & Film / Owner of Art-Wod School. Clients include Sony Playstation, Ubisoft, Volta, Playwing, Framestore, Amazon
Fatima Almoumen
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Hi, here is my assignment
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Antonio Stappaerts
Your images are too bright which makes it hard to see what you have drawn. Try to upload better quality images.
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Antonio Stappaerts
These images are very light, make sure all your lines are clearly visible. Otherwise I can't help you :)
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Matt COUDERT
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the assignement
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Antonio Stappaerts
Good job!
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Fatima Almoumen
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Hi, I attempted the exercise with a moderate success
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Antonio Stappaerts
Make sure your minor axis is converging towards a point that's on the HL (in assignment 3, cylinders 20, 10, 15 aren't doing this. + in a 2pp; when the minor axis is perpendicular to the HL, this will be a vertical cylinder. (if you'd construct this in a box, the ellipses will be placed in the top and bottom plane of that box.) You have some cylinders where the minor axis is vertical but you've drawn the cylinder as if we are looking straight at it
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ishegeek
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Antonio Stappaerts
Try to simplify what you see in the reference in to a simple mannequin. The goal is to understand the forms of these creatures. So it's okay if it isn't a perfect copy. I feel like you tried too much to make your drawing look like the reference without using simple forms.
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Fatima Almoumen
Hi, part 3 and 4 of this exercise was a bit challenging but I think I managed it.
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Antonio Stappaerts
Your boxes are a bit distorted, this is because your lines of your box aren't comming together at the same point. A box in a 3 pp has 3 vp's; 1 vp is on the left side of the box (all lines from the box that are going to the left need to come together at the same point), the second one is on the right side of the box. These 2 vp's are sitting on the HL. Now if we look down on a box then the 3rd vp should be below the box and vice versa. 
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ishegeek
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I think I over-complicated some of the bent boxes and that I should have made a tighter line on the stretches.
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squash and stretch
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Antonio Stappaerts
Good, now try to play around with different shapes of boxes. Right now you twisted the same box each time :)
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dmartin0522
Just finished the structure assignment. I'm not sure if I use the right shapes to give the hippo structure. A feedback is really appreciated.
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Antonio Stappaerts
Hello, you could use more simple forms. It's good that you established a box first for the general perspective. But try to simplify the hippo in the simple forms. Right now you've just coppied what you see in the reference. Your mannequin doesn't have to look exactly like the hippo you see in the ref, only the form/perspective needs to be the same. So try using cylinders/manipulated boxes only.
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Antonio Stappaerts
When we mannequinize a subject we don't want to focus on the details (ears, eyes, ..) We want to capture the general form/structure. It's okay if your mannequin doens't look exactly like your reference. So try to take a few steps back and use manipulated boxes and cylinders only.
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tommyj
Had a really tough time with Assignment 3 and 4. Any feedback would be awesome and much appreciated 🙏🏼
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Remember that when a vertical cylinder gets closer to the HL, it's ellipse should become more and more narrow untill it's eventually flat (right on the HL). Also, when we look up at a box (meaning the box is above the HL) the 3rd should then be above the box, not below.
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Samuel Lemons
I will upload the part 1 & 2 the subtracted and added forms tommorow.
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Nice work Samuel!
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Matt COUDERT
assignements in digital
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Remember that in a 1 pp all converging cylinders have circles as an ellipse. The degree of your ellipse only changes in a 1 pp with horizontal and vertical cylinders. Also when a vertical cylinder gets closer to the HL, it's ellipse should become more and more narrow untill it's eventually flat (right on the HL)
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gothamdemon
Submissions to Module 1 Hw. any feedback is recommended and considering to do this again in pen to get a clearer understanding and thank you!
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Antonio Stappaerts
Make sure you draw the HL next time, it's easier for me to give feedback if I know what you were thinking when you were drawing these. What I can say is; In a 1 pp (point perspective) all converging cylinders have circles as an ellipse. The degree of your ellipse only changes in a 1 pp with horizontal and vertical cylinders
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tommyj
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3 Assignments submission. 2 and 3 were really fun and super challenging while 1 was quite relaxing. I added colored numbers to the cylinders, I hope it makes critiquing easier.
EXERCISE 3
EXERCISE 1
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In a 1 pp all converging cylinders have circles as an ellipse. The degree of your ellipse only changes in a 1 pp with horizontal and vertical cylinders
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kemon
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I drew the 1p perspective forms freehand. The 2p and 3p and assignment #4 I used a pencil to draw in vanishing point lines. Then drew over it with a pen. I have some experience with perspective in art and wanted to do some slightly complicated stuff that would be difficult (for me) to do freehand. Also I'm practicing value/cross hatching - line weight - with ink and just added that on these shapes.
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For boxes in a 1 pp (point perspective), all the vertical lines should be parallel with each other and all the horizontal lines should be perpendicular to these vertical lines (because there is no convergence in those dimensions)
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kemon
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On the 1p and 2point perspective I wanted the support of the vanishing point lines. There are more of these I made without the supporting lines on pages not shown here. I'm able to do it but after looking at them I didn't like the repetitiveness of my ovals and depending on the direction they lost the appearnce of "space".
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Antonio Stappaerts
Good, remember that in a 1 pp (point perspective) all converging cylinders have circles as an ellipse. The degree of your ellipse only changes in a 1 pp with horizontal and vertical cylinders. + When a vertical cylinder gets closer to the HL, it's ellipse should become more and more narrow untill it's eventually flat (right on the HL).
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Brennennen
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6 1 homework
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Antonio Stappaerts
Nice! Try to loosen up a bit, get creative and explore different relationships between the shapes. For example; very large wings, small body. Or medium wings with a larger body and small tail etc. It's all about big, medium, small. If you want more information on this, go check out Sinix on youtube. He has some great tutorials on shape design/relationship.
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Brennennen
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I'll be going for some sort of humming bird/dragon fly/triceratops thing. I ended up making a new thumb nail to suite the features better, but did keep the wings of one of the thumbs (in design). Pureref is also a pretty good free tool for this kind of thing if anyone was looking for one (Ctrl + n for notes).
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Antonio Stappaerts
Love the idea! I would draw the dragon in an angle that's a bit more informative (more of a 3/4 angle). Right now we are looking straight up at the dragon and it's a bit hard to read.
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Ribosom
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My submission for the three assignments. I have to admit, I had to improve my perspective knowledge, before I could tackle the third assignment.
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Antonio Stappaerts
Hello, for your third assignment; When a vertical cylinder gets closer to the HL, it's ellipse should become more and more narrow untill it's eventually flat (right on the HL) Your vertical cylinders don't follow this rule + wthe minor axis is perpendicular to the HL, this will be a vertical cylinder. (if you'd construct this in a box, the ellipses will be placed in the top and bottom plane of that box.) You have a cylinder where the minor axis is vertical but you've drawn the cylinder as if we are looking straight at it
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Samuel Lemons
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30 cylinders freehand.
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Antonio Stappaerts
Nice work!
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Samuel Lemons
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20 cylinders that share the same 1P perspective space.
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In a 1 pp all converging cylinders have circles as an ellipse. The degree of your ellipse only changes in a 1 pp with horizontal and vertical cylinders
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George Garza
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Antonio Stappaerts
Make sure you don't draw too small (assignment 3), it's too easy to hide mistakes when you draw small. Thus you won't learn so much from doing that, try to fill up 1 page for each assignment :)
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