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Observing the Human Figure 1 - Drawing the Human Figure

The brief for this exercise was to:

Set my model in a comfortable position, sitting or lying down making sure there is sufficient light both on the subject and the working surface.  895 more words


Drawing the human figure,linear figure study and looking at Ingres, Degas and Matisse.

I thought I would start with looking at some contemporary artists in the art of figure drawing and painting . The Jerwood prize-winning artists: Warren Baldwin and Roy Eastland… 732 more words


Drawing The Foot Anatomy Re-Visited

This is the last installment of the mini anatomy studies on 8.5 x 11″ sketch paper. I used the Riven Phoenix method of general¬†measuring and used Rubins¬†anatomy figure drawing book to ge a more accurate depiction of the bones and muscles. 27 more words

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Drawing the leg bones and muscles revisited III

This is part III of layering the muscles over the bones of the legs. The leg, like the arm is very complex. It best to find the larger shapes that make up the overall form and structure of the leg.

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Drawing the leg bones and muscles revisited II

This is the second stage of the leg bones and muscles. I studied Riven Phoenix and Rubins Anatomy book. Note, this is a small study, only 8.5″x11″ cropped.

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Drawing The Arm Re-Visited

Here is the third anatomy installment of the re-visited series. the arm is complex and has so many layers of overlapping muscles. I decided to do a 8.5×11 inch page filled with various angles of the arm, including the muscles. 38 more words

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Drawing the Torso-Revisited

Anatomy of the torso revisited. This is the second installment to my small 8.5″x11″ sketch sheets. I used the similar approach with Riven Phoenix using a general proportions scale. 40 more words

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