Tekahem
Thanks for these references. Would it be possible to have the reference of the head with the muscles? I'd love to buy one like this to train. Thanks
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Tekahem
Hi I can't find the eBook for the Hamstrings, the calf muscles, the lower leg and feet sections... How can I get them? I find them quite useful...
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Tekahem
Strangely enough, when I draw my hand, I have one more finger than on the video... :-/
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Tekahem
Is there a systematic way to determine the shape of the shadow on the 'ground'? Is it an ellipse? Is the axe of this ellipse aligned with the direction of the light? Is it more like an 'egg' form where the shape is larger as we go further from the form?
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Johan Kurniawan
Huh? Isn't this the same as part 1? I'm confused did I miss something :/
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Tekahem
Agreed: confusing ;-)
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Tekahem
I guess this is a pretty 'old' course that maybe needs some update to integrate features such as the assignments and reference images to draw from :-) That said: thanks for these courses and keep up the good job :-)
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Yee Shien Lim
Hi! Here's my first 16 Loomis Heads. The last 8 is kinda messy, since I was trying to figure out the orientation because of the crazy angles and foreshortening. I'd be grateful if any errors or mistakes are pointed out. I've spotted quite a few on my own, i.e convergence inaccuracies, etc. My lines are kinda messy too, since I didn't use any tools like rulers or smoothing. It's all freehand, aside from this being digital and all. Here's a few observations I've made, and I may or may not be mistaken. 1. The minor axis of the ellipse denoting the side planes must be pointed into the vanishing point 2. When measuring out the size of the ellipse, we have to measure it in the direction of the vanishing point (i.e not always vertical depending on the orientation of the head) 3. When the head is drawn viewed from the back, we can find where the front is and their measurements, which is obstructed by the skull and we can't see it, by wrapping the measurement lines (the thirds of the face) around the cranium like rubber bands from the back. Also, I have a question on foreshortening. Do you just have to estimate the amount by which the measurements compress/extend when measuring along a foreshortened axis? Or is there some sort of technically accurate method for that? I've been relying on intuition thus far. I hope my heads look good enough. Lastly, how many of these do we have to draw? I know Stan said 100 heads, but is there a point of diminishing returns? I don't want to grind for the sake of grinding. edit: for some of the more extreme angles, the 3D model wouldn't give me the view I needed, so I couldn't quite check whether I am accurate with my Loomis head. Thanks!
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Tekahem
Wow! Impressive :-)
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Tekahem
Is there a way to get rid of the music? Pretty distracting... :-/
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Tekahem
Hi, two questions, why isn't the head a part of the body? :-) and is the Skelly app available for desktop computer as well or it's only for mobile phones? If available, is it part of the Premium package? Thanks
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