Hi everyone! I think I'm getting a little better but still struggling with the Robo Bean. This pose in particular I'm having a hard time with...The model seems very close to a side view here, so I'm not sure if I should show any front or back planes for the ribcage and torso. I did 4 different attempts at this pose. Do any of them look right to any of you? Thank you for taking the time to check out this post! Good luck with the Robo Bean everyone! Sincerely, Grace Mounce
Hi everyone! So, I really struggled with the Robo Bean. I'd play Stan's example videos, pausing them at each example just before he started drawing. I'd draw the Robo Bean for that pose, and then I'd watch to see how Stan did it. It seemed like every time, I got the angle and the orientation of the boxes wrong. Maybe I need to go back and do the examples again. Here are some I did on my own. Often, I'd try the same pose twice to see if I could do it any better. If any of you can spot some of the mistakes I'm making here, I'd be very grateful for the feedback! Well wishes to all you artists! Sincerely, Grace Mounce
Hi guys, hope to receive critique and feedback!! :) It took me a while for this one because I realized I misunderstood a lot of points and reviewed again, hopefully what I did now are better. Which areas can I improve on? Which did I do wrong? Really appreciate any comments! Thank youu!~~
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Hi, everyone! I did the landmarks assignment. After I followed each of Proko's examples, I drew from a reference photo that captured the body from a similar angle (after the first one, I found a muscular back; after the fourth one, I found an extreme scapula position; etc.). If anyone could give me some feedback on how I did, I would so much appreciate your time and attention! Did I place the landmarks right (particularly those tricky scapulae?) Also, I have another question that's been bugging me, and maybe I'm being way too anal about it...When Stan draws the landmarks, he lines up the PSIS with the iliac crest. On the "Landmarks of the Human Body" diagram included in the premium lesson, the PSIS is a little below the iliac crest. Which one is right? Does it really matter? Thank you everybody! I wish you all good fortune on this challenging (at least for me!) lesson! May you all learn a lot :) Sincerely, Grace Mounce