Vitor sketchbook
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#22
some more studies of gesture and structure


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here are some head studies i'm trying to think more about shadows

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#23
Your figure studies are looking really good!

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#24
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(04-11-2020, 11:21 AM)JosephCow Wrote: Your figure studies are looking really good!
  Thanks
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#25
Now i'm trying to render the faces more, always thinking about the planes of the head that i studied before and doing more and more gestures


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#27
I continue to study a lot of human figures. these are the ones I've been studying in the last few weeks anatomy of the neck, head structure with time of 2 and 3 minutes and some gestures focusing more on the torso and how to show the folds


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#28
Very nice mileage and work on these studies! Any plans to bring it all together into an illustration or some comic book work? Would be nice to see you put your skills to the test! :)

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#29
Loving all this hard work. Like Zorrentos said, it'd be cool to see a portfolio piece putting all that hard work to the test!

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#30
Thanks @Jeso and @Zorrentos 

before putting everything i learned together i want to study a few more parts of the body, such as feet and hands that i have drawn very little, i believe i have already developed a good sense of overlap and gesture i intend to do more of imagination .
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#32
since my last post i have been study a lot head bone sctructure , muscle and fat i also did some torso drawing from referance & imagination. I am always forcing myself to draw from imagination as a way to apply what I have learned.

imagination drawings 

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Studies with reference

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#33
Great figure studies, mostly from figure invention i'm guessing? Need to do more as well myself
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#34
(06-29-2020, 10:03 AM)Zarkatos Wrote: Great figure studies, mostly from figure invention i'm guessing? Need to do more as well myself
thank you it's always great to study with reference but also practice drawing from imagination
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#35
I find the thumb to be more suitable to be describe as a boxy shape before the first phalange.For the rest of the finger going toward the exterior the first section before the first bending the form remind me to be somewhat of a boxy shape but rounded for the second section the shape look more like a truncated cone with a soft transition and for the last section the finger tips i find them to have more the shape of the end section of the thumb.Of course they assume this kind of shape mostly will in resting position.The greatest service you can do yourself is to take photo of your hand or to observe it before drawing since it something you can always reference when in doubt.

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(06-30-2020, 11:59 AM)darktiste Wrote: I find the thumb to be more suitable to be describe as a boxy shape before the first phalange.For the rest of the finger going toward the exterior the first section before the first bending the form to be somewhat of a boxy shape but rounded for the second section the shame look more like a truncated cone with a some transition and for the last section the tips i find them to have more the shape of the end section of the thumb.Of course they assume this kind of shape mostly will in resting position.The greatest service you can do yourself is to take photo of your hand or to observe it before drawing since it something you can always reference when in doubt.

thanks for your advice, I was thinking about buying "The book of a hundred hands - Bridgman" to use as a reference in my studies on hands, it is a topic that I really need to improve.
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#37
Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook and giving me advice, and keep up the good work man, you're figures are really looking very solid
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#38
Solid studies all around dood keep it up! : D

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#39
Your studies are lovely, friendo! Are you using Villpu's books or Video-Classes?
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(07-06-2020, 05:07 AM)bonesworth Wrote: Your studies are lovely, friendo! Are you using Villpu's books or Video-Classes?
 
I study for his course at the New Masters Academy but I also study Michael Hampton's book and I intend to study Bridgman's books more

@ognjiša Thanks :D
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