Johnathan
Johnathan
Australia
Master in the un-fine arts
Johnathan
I chose to do a cartoon character based on the scene of the photo. Thnx Proko!
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buck72
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Johnathan
ahh ok just wondering
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Johnathan
Your entries are AI?
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Adam Wiebner
Great studies and topic. These studies are very familiar to me as I’ve also been working my way through Bridgman book as well. I really like how Bridgman over exaggerates everything which helps make the subtle become more apparent. One revelation I’ve discovered is i need to make quads proportions a bit longer sometimes. I’m am curious what you or others have learned from their Bridgman studies. Any feedback also appreciated.
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Johnathan
Hi Adam, those are some very nice studies so well done friend. In terms of what I've learnt, I'll start by saying that my first Bridgman study attempts were very bad. I didn't have good knowledge in anatomy and structural volumes, and I was just copying without understanding why he deconstructed the anatomy like that. But now that my knowledge in anatomy has increased, revisiting Bridgman is like seeing his work with new eyes. So I think one should study anatomy alongside with Bridgman, and not Bridgman by itself.
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kemon
These are soo coool!!!!! really nice work
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Johnathan
Thanks friend :D
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Johnathan
Some digital sketches of Bridgman drawings. Feel free to comment and critique. I like the feedback :D
xander
Here's my attempt at the hand bone assignment. Any feedback is appreciated.
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Johnathan
Hi Xander. I think you did great! However for your first image the thumb bones look kind of small, and on your third image the pointer finger looks very thick. Keep up the good work though.
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Dionizio Lopes
Hello , here are some of my gesture drawing pratice , any constructive comments would be very appreciated
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Johnathan
I think you did a nice job. For your last image, the legs for the bottom drawings look differently size, which can disrupt the gesture. So keep proportions in mind for next time. Good luck with your studies!
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gixorn
After a few tries I feel like I am starting to understand the robo bean. Would be happy to receive some critique on these robo beans.
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Johnathan
I really like the first two robo beans you did as the connection between the two boxes have nice smooth gesture. Some of the connections for your other beans are too abrupt so maybe keep that in mind for next time. Keep up the good work though.
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Ria Kumo
I struggled a lot with these since there weren't always clear indications of individual hamstring muscles. Any critique or tips welcomed!
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Johnathan
Proko has a youtube video doing a hamstring tracing. I wonder if you've seen it. It was very helpful to me. However for your first image where it says sartorius, that's more likely the adductor magnus. Same with the last image. I cant provide any other feedback as this area is difficult for me too haha :D
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Sarvesh Gupta
Some more shoulder bones assignments. Feedbacks are welcome
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Johnathan
Hi Sarvesh. Remember that the clavicles are located above the first rib on the rib cage. See attached image. On your first and last drawings, the rib cage hole and clavicles look oddly placed. Good luck!
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Nikolai Villavert
Hi! Critiques are very much appreciated. I never really learned the proper anatomy fundamentals or actually any of the fundamentals. Hoping for your feedback. Thank you!
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Johnathan
The Radius bone at the wrist end can be simplified to a rectangular box shape. This will help you see the wrist in perspective easier. However I think the bigger issue is your line work (scratchy and wobbly lines). It makes it hard to read some areas. I think there are Proko videos on line quality. I do like how you simplified the humerus end into a cylinder though. Keep up the good work!
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Johnathan
Feebback is appreciated :)
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Adriano Antonio
Hello! I am a 3D animator for advertisements. I stopped studying art when I was a teenager and now I am trying to get back on studies. Here goes my June challenge submission... I did it from imagination and there is a timelapse of the process in my YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOT-PY0c2Mw
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Johnathan
Wow it really looks like a traditional painting. The warm and cool sides are very nice :D
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Johnathan
Feedback is appreciated :)
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fooze
Asked for help
Hey everyone! here are a couple of my measurement assignments. they're just gesture lines for now because i was too overwhelmed to add any details ;-; If you have any feedback/critique, i will greatly appreciate it!
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Johnathan
Good stuff here. I think you lost some of the gesture in the drawing of the woman though (at the hip area), keep up the good work though
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jackomnms
Any tips? I found that drawing the curviness of the hips and the buttox the hardest for me, as well as underestimating the length of the legs
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Johnathan
The hip area will be easier when you get to the next lesson about the bean. Your leg lengths doesnt have to be perfect, its the gesture and body language that's more important. It looks like you're getting the hang of gesture drawing though. However your lines look scratchy. Try not to draw from the wrist, and use more of elbow and shoulder movements to draw. Also try drawing a bit larger, so its easier to make smooth lines. Hope this helps
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Anindya Satria
2 minutes gesture, any feedback
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Johnathan
Im noticing some wobbly and scratchy lines so maybe loosen up your grip or try the overhand grip. Or try to hold your wrist still when making lines, and moving mostly the elbow or shoulder. Good luck with your studies
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Conner Zeuli
Having trouble with this kicking gesture. Maybe because it’s more advanced and the body is twisting in a way that’s hard to capture with gesture?
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Johnathan
Good effort though. you're right, it's a really difficult gesture to capture. Here's my attempt. For me I wasnt sure wich way to curve the back, and the leg in the air has an awkward feet position to me. What was the main troubling area for you?
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brodymalonebonnacci
the numbered ones were for the assignments
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Johnathan
Watch out for scratchy lines. Good job on bending the beans though!
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Marco Sordi
2022/6/23. Good morning everybody. Some examples of stylized hands for my daily 30 minutes warming up exercise. Thanks.
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Johnathan
Hi Marco, do you want critique since your post says "Asked for help"?
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