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Zach Dunbar
Zach Dunbar
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Zach Dunbar
Struggled mostly with the hip mass. Feedback is appreciated!
spine 1
spine 2
spine 3
spine 4
spine 5
spine 6
spine 7
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Zach Dunbar
ended up redoing some of these after watching the video. Any feedback is appreciated.
spine 1 redo
spine 2 redo
spine 6 redo
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Zach Dunbar
Does anyone have any pointers on #9? I'm struggling with the hips.
spine 8 & 9
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Zach Dunbar
Fingers and Thumb gave me more trouble then I was expecting
joint types 6
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Zach Dunbar
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Zach Dunbar
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Zach Dunbar
Think I may have over thought this. Thoughts?
joint types 3
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Zach Dunbar
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Michael Cedeno
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Zach Dunbar
Looks good. The only thing I notice is the perspective looks a bit off between the wrist and forearm bones.
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Zach Dunbar
Looking for feed back, want to make sure I'm doing this right. Feel like the hand is off?
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Luigi Manese
Hi Zach. this is a well observed drawing, so awesome work with your clothing study! So I can see where you could have run into an issue with the tucked in shirt, and I think the main issue is that you got lost in the detail of the folds of the shirt. When we draw, we want to simplify and design our drawing based on the reference. I did a quick sketch to show what I would have adjusted, and I highlighted in yellow what major shapes I saw when sketching in the fabric for the shirt. If you wanted to tackle this again (or do another drawing based on another photo) try to interpret what's going on in the reference, and then simplify it in your own drawing. The key is to look for big shapes that still communicate what you want to show in your drawing, which in this case would be the behavior of fabric folds. I know this is a bit late, but I hope this finds you well! Let me know if there is anything I can make more clear, or if you have another clothing study you want critiqued!
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Zach Dunbar
Thanks! Your blocking out of the larger shapes really helps. I like to focus on the details and its hard to take a step back sometimes.
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Zach Dunbar
Is it possible to save directly to your Album? It seems any pics posted are automatedly put there but I would think you could post directly to your Album. If you can I can't figure it out.
Zach Dunbar
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I'm currently trying to work on sketching clothing. In my current sketch I'm struggling with the tucked in shirt. Something looks off on it but I can't tell what. Any pointers or critiques would be appreciated.
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