Tarek Khazendar
Tarek Khazendar
Brazil
Stan Prokopenko
Congratulations to the winners! This ended up being one of my favorite challenges so far. We definitely need to do this prompt again once we launch to the public. Every submission was really good and choosing winners was difficult. Here they are: 1st - @Tarek Khazendar 2nd - @Steffen Anzivino 3rd - @fyll Community Choice - @Joe Watson Team Choice - @Mathieu Dufour Science Award - @Side Shave Laura Gingrich
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Tarek Khazendar
WOW!! That's amazing! Thank you!
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Tarek Khazendar
Hi guys! Here is my entry for the challenge. Had a lot of fun with these characters. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends is a great place to find really extreme anatomy distortions. Hope you enjoy it! Tarek
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Tarek Khazendar
Awesome!
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Tarek Khazendar
Really nice!
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Stan Prokopenko
Ya such great atmosphere and incredibly simple value composition. I'm working on a figure study right now. I'm in the early phases of figuring out the simple value composition. What do you think of this?
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Yoni Anatomy Basic Value
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Tarek Khazendar
Nice motion! The focus is is his torso and head. I think the result will be very interesting!
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Tarek Khazendar
Great! I'm really loving this platform. The only thing that I miss is an option to download everything at once that is related to the theme your are studying. For an example: In the anatomy course, let´s say I want to download the PDF, the assigment images, the 3d images of the Spine lessons. I would have to do it one by one. It would be really usefull if we had an option of downloading everything related to that theme at once (except the videos, or we could have an option for all the videos too)
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Tarek Khazendar
Hi guys, lately I got back to bones studies. I started with the torso area and here are some of my practice. I'm really trying to think in 3D and make the drawings get away from looking flat. Critiques are welcome!
bacia ribcage 12 06 2020
pelvis 06 06 2020
scapule 05 07 2020
Tarek Khazendar
I think you are doing great, especially considering your conditions of time and energy. Everyone has a different life, different time and we can all do our best with what we got, and that is enough! Keep it up
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Tarek Khazendar
One thing that I'm learning to do is to study aspects of the masterworks separetly. Studying everything at the same time (line, composition, structure, color etc) will overwealm you and make your job harder. Another interesting thing is that we most likely don't want to study and "steal" every single aspect of the master, so why bother studying everything ? For an example, if you love the gesture of Alphonse Mucha's drawings, you can make pencil studies with rough line just indicating the rityms he used. Those are just some recent things I have been thinking about and wanted to share and know what you, Stan and Marshall think. Thank you!!
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Stephen Bauman
Follow up question, are you more interested in the boldness and simplicity of a portrait by Sargent or the subtle rendering of an early Rembrandt?
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Rembrandt Self Portrait at the Age of 34 (detail) 1
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Tarek Khazendar
I love both, but I do prefer Sargent's simplicity
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