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Sita Rabeling
Sita Rabeling
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Sita Rabeling
The first page of drawings were exercises, drawn along with Stan. Then I tried different poses than on this site (trying to see the robobean without an example) but I think the last two are really bad... it's hard for me to see the position of the pelvis. Anyways, hard work and fun it is.
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First try of the first assignment. Am not sure...
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The first image some of my exercises (the 1-6 along with Stan), the second again with the wire bucket and the third from imagination -no cheating- or maybe from memory of the former exercises? I want to be able to imagine and draw it rom all angles.. one day...
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Drawing along with the video and making notes the second time. Also practicing the overhand grip all the time, so I feel the drawings are getting more messy. - Will work on it.
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Beans beans. Will continue using this practice.
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Here the assignment with the 3D bucket as an example. I'm stuck with the next assignment; drawing from imagination. I did draw several pelvises from different perspective, but I can't draw them without the' help' of cheating although I understand the use of lines on the bucket. Will come back after following some other classes from the figure drawing fundamentals course.
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The tracing and copying felt like cheating at first, but it's a great help for learning. In the last two I drew some of my own lines. Sorry for the wrinkly paper.
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The drawings in my posts never have clear lines - this one I sent 'actual size' but that doesn't make a difference (with 'normal') ... A tip on this would be nice :-)
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Ah... yes, now I see it. I think the middle one at the bottom is off - but time was up. Thank you for your reply!
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Just in the first 2 drawings I held the pencil like Stan does, but then I went over to my usual way, like when writing. I want to get used to the other way too though.
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Can't do this on my own yet... to simplify the forms and not make it still look a bit organic.
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For the 1st I didn't include the photo of the model (from Udemy) but the second two are old sketches that I saved to throw away. - Haven't seen the next video yet.
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Hm.. a few minutes into the next vid... I used too many lines here.
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For this assignment I simply tried to copy Marshall's answer (first traced the skeleton and drew over that for the proportions) and on the way understood some more... Btw I loved his classes in Perspective Drawing ('94)!!!
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Joints Assignment 4. Shoulder elevated, upper arm abduction, forearm pronation.
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Probably the direction of the middle drawing of the humerus would make the elbow bigger in the foreshortening, I wondered. It's still hard to picture everything in my mind to draw correctly.
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Didn't want to copy - although the examples really help a lot - and wanted to leave more room for the big toe.
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Phew, this is a struggle, but also fun. I wanted to keep the drawing simple, so just the arm as it is shown. I wanted to get the ellipsoid joint (pulse) visible in this position. Am not content, but wanted to go to the next assignment.
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Enjoyed this! Looking forward to the 3-D part to get more insight, for there may be some errors in these first drawings... Love your classes Stan!
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