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Anatomy Warmup :process: by FOERVRAENGD Anatomy Warmup :process: by FOERVRAENGD
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ignika24 Jul 21, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Can this method be used when creating a pose from a different angle
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FOERVRAENGD Jul 21, 2011  Student General Artist
yes, as long as you do the angle of the foundation boxes right it will.
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ignika24 Jul 21, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Combining it with other methods wont harm, i assume.
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FOERVRAENGD Jul 21, 2011  Student General Artist
It's always a good idea to mix and see what works the best for you! :)
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ignika24 Jul 21, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
It helps to create a unicke stile .
I find your method most exelente for keeping the anathomy right .
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FOERVRAENGD Jul 21, 2011  Student General Artist
just you wait until I'm finished with the next anatomy tutorial ;) it'll explain the method a bit more.
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ignika24 Jul 21, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Will it cover feet ? :)
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FOERVRAENGD Jul 21, 2011  Student General Artist
not the one I'm working on, but I'll do more tutorials that go more in depth which will cover more or less the whole human body (well... except genitals I guess lol)
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I've always wondered about ways to start drawing a person without beginning with the head. These seemed to have worked really, really well!
A lot more cylinders and squares used as opposed to the usual ovals and circles etc. so I'm gonna have a wee go at that at some point because it's turned out really nicely. :) xxx
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FOERVRAENGD Jul 17, 2011  Student General Artist
I always start with the spine, then the pelvic bone and ribcage. After that I draw the supporting leg and the rest is improvising... :D
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