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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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dargons! I'm also taking an animation class and did a little animation to practice both classes.
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I got a bit lazy as I went on. Also got a bit goofy after googling "chicken wing anatomy reference" and getting nothing but food images.
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I feel like I enjoyed the exercise on the first dragon, the second one was a nightmare though. Some poses are wayyyyy harder than others.
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I really struggled with this one. I couldn't find any good references for lizard anatomy (crocodile specifically). I ended up trying to use human attachment points. I think I need some more joint/anatomy knowledge before I can comfortably tackle this. I might double back to this after the rest of the course. Thanks for the interesting assignment.
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dogs with wings!
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Art!
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I really liked making tail like tapering shapes from imagination, but I fell down on the last part of the assignment. I Can't seem to apply it to references too well, something I need to practice.
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Not super sure I understand the third part of the assignment
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Krita came out with a major release that changed some stuff up and added some tools. I recommend folks google some youtube videos on the update in parallel to this video. The transform/warping tool changes and the perspective tool changes are great.
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Forgive the photo quality, I was having technical difficulties in uploading clip studio paint images (an explanation on this would also be nice) here are three of my ribcage assignments, I want to point out that I take a different approach when doing the torso or rib cage, I like to use a block compared to an egg since it helps me later on when adding clavicles and scapula (I was looking over the shoulder bones videos) I also find it helpful to draw a sphere or circle in the place of the abdomen; It helps me better with the lower lumbar section of the spine and ensuring proper distance between the rib cage and pelvis Any critique on these three images would be helpful
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Looks good, I really like the second ones simplified pelvis. * Consider adding a plane for the sternum to each. * If you are going to do the boxy thing, maybe consider adding the rib cage nested inside with a different color to show you understand the form. Thin references where you can see the rib cage like the second reference will benefit from drawing it. I think you'd struggle to flush out the second drawing with your boxy method. * The body builder facing the camera head on is a bit difficult to read. Consider adding some cross contour lines when shapes are hard to read. * All 3 drawings are very loose, consider doing at least one tighter drawing. For image uploading. Most websites don't understand software specific project files. You need to export/save to a standardized file format that all websites/tools understand. For these kind of sketches, use jpeg or png. You can export a single layer with "File -> Export (Single Layer) -> .jpg" or "Save As" and then change the file format to jpg.
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I think I must have a really thick skull and it takes a lot of repetition to get anything through it. The countless step by step examples are exactly what I think I needed. Any critiques or criticisms are always appreciated.
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