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@Marshall Vandruff, I have been looking into getting some art books but because of money, i can only get three, and I’m stuck between Eliot Goldfinger’s, human anatomy for the artist and Dr. Paul Richer and Robert Beverly Hale’s, artistic anatomy. As someone who teaches anatomy what do you recommend?
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@Stan Prokopenko @Marshall Vandruff and anyone with extensive knowledge of Bridgman. I got Bridgman’s complete guide to drawing from life, a few months ago and I’ve looked into how to study Bridgman, but I can’t seem to find anything on how long to study a chapter for. If anyone out there could help me, it would be much appreciated: )
1: would these same principles apply to stop motion? 2: what animation books have you read and would recommend to someone new to animation?
CHARACTER: the exterminator. NAME: Micky. SPECIES: rat ORIGIN: Micky was a normal rat who lived in a shed in a yard, but unfortunately for Micky he live under a shed in the back yard of a group of alien spies/scientists and they needed a test rat so they chose at random and obviously because of the context of the story they chose Micky, they experimented on him for some time after no clear success they threw him out, a passing college student found the weakened rodent and adopted him at first after being taking to the dorm of the college student Micky experienced a number of headaches slowly the headaches left leaving in there place intelligence fare greater then the minds of most humans, the strength of an animal 100 times his size and unrat like agility, he lived in peace with his new owner for a few months until the dorm was attacked by a bug infestation, he went to bargain with the pest but soon found out that they were the new and more successful experiment from the same aliens and had been sent to the college as an testing ground and had no planes of leaving, after this Micky knew he'd have to do it himself, he constructed a gun from a taser and laser pointer and a vest from a leather glove, rubber bands and glue with a sheath of cotton with a thumb tack for a knife. i have provided images detailing his origin
I’ve messaged you a few times about this topic I haven’t gotten a reply yet so I’m guessing you haven’t been able to see them yet so just in case you haven’t, will there be a video saying who the winners of the $5 sculpting challenge are and will this course have critiques?