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Sketching The Figure In Action From Imagination

Drawing Figures Action

And setup the figure in action is not as dl ffi cult as it looks and setup the figure in action is not as dl ffi cult as it looks DRAW SOME OF THESE, BUT DRAW MANY OF YOUR OWN keep your drawing's fr.e b, and sketchy. draw many figures at various eye leve-ls. keep your drawing's fr.e b, and sketchy. draw many figures at various eye leve-ls. a s mpl way of Getting female proport ons-take to knees- to waist, to topof head. 3 fiy X TOP OP HI6A0 THE MAIN DIFFERENCE BETWEEN rHE MALE AND FEMALE...

Sketches Of Human Anatomy

Human Anatomy Draws

By the aid of shadows is developed the true form of the model and to parts more or less advanced or depressed, are thereby given a location, as decided and certain as if seen in profile. So truly can they be expressed, on a flat surface, that a sculptor can model a bust, from a picture, and the eye may be so completely deceived, by their close representation, as scarcely to distinguish the reality from its counterfeit. It is, therefore, as essentially...

Using a Manikin for the Study of Anatomy

Drawing Manikin Poses

The best way to study anatomy is to set up a book of anatomical diagrams before you, and set up an art-Store manikin alongside it. Draw tlie action from the manikin and the muscles from the book. You can also make rough sketches of the manikin itself for general bulk and action only, Just copying anatomical diagrams does not seem very helpful to most students. The muscles must somehow be built upon a frame or figure in order to get their proportion and relationship to the figure as a whole. The...

Ttjrnino And Twisting

This is a quick and simple way of rendering,pen outline with the side of the pencil lead fo . shading, this was drawn on bain br i doe coqutlle 2 this is a quick and simple way of rendering,pen outline with the side of the pencil lead fo . shading, this was drawn on bain br i doe coqutlle 2

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Extreme Facial Expressions

Curiously, there have been very few books on the subject of facial expression for the artist. To my knowledge, the last one was Sir Charles Bell's Essays on the Anatomy of Expression in Painting, published in 1806, and it wasn't a terribly good book in the first place. Many more recent drawing books have included short sections on expression without shedding much useful light on the matter. In fact, artists familiar with such sources have generally had the good sense to prefer their own...

Freedom And Restriction In Subject

Violin Hands

Again, the two drawings here arc a contrast this time between the restrictions imposed by an object in the hands and complete freedom. In the drawing at right, the violin restricts hand position and behavior to its configurations. This would also lie true for behavior or maneuvers where machines or implements arc used. By contrast, the sketch at left is free and playful, and subject to numerous interpretations. Drawing this form allows the imagination free rein and is much less demanding than...

Gre At Trochanter

There 13 no other. way to acquire a knowledge of anatomy than to d g it out. stay with it until you can draw the muscle3 from memory. get further books on the subject. the author recommends the books by ceorge br.idgman as excellent.ther.e is also avery fine book of diagram, 'artistic anatomy by walter f. moses. in these books, the subject is more expertly covered,and much more complete. rr pays to know i'so stay with it NOW JUST PLAY WITH WilAT YOU HAVE LEARNED

Portrait Studies

In this section I have put together a series of portraits, some of which were done specially for this book, and others which were drawn previously. Almost all of them are studies for oil paintings or for more elaborate drawings and I chose them because the intermediate stages of implementation, more than the 'finished' works are the ones which show how to recognise and tackle the problems of composition, pose, anatomy and working technique. H, HB and 9B pencil on 30 x 40cm 12 x 16in paper. The...

Forms And Structures

Arm Muscle

The hand is not a flat, two-dimensional shape without volume. It is a dynamic, three dimensional body form, energetic and complex, each of its forms and structures interrelated. In this chapter we will look at it from various angles in space and depth, noting its curves and rhythms and examining the bulk, sizes, shapes, and masses of its individual parts and their relation to the whole. The main masses of the upper and lower ami are good example of the principle of contraposition one form being...

An Approach to the Study of Anatomy

Anatomy Art

The human figure is built for action, and the best approach to the study of anatomy is that which constantly relates the anatomy of the figure to the possibility of movement. The shapes of the body in action are entirely different from those of the dormant body. It is the gesture that gives everything its shape. The bones and muscles have been modelled into their form by action, through centuries of existence, and those forms are not static. If anatomy were illogical it...

Anatomical Landmarks And Surface Stress

Dimensioning Technical Drawings

The artist can truly understand surface forms only by knowing their underlying structures and their form and behavior under tension, stress, and activity, Wc are still dealing with anatomy in this chapter, but from the viewpoint of dominant surface stress. The skeletal detail below shows the broad lower end of the humerus from which two bony prominences emerge, the condyles A A2 . These are part of the joint which articulates with the lower arm bone. The inner condyle A is remarkably extended,...

Cranial Mass

Outline Egg Shaped Head

The cranial mass is quite even and regular a simple, curved dome in general outline. The facial mass, on the other hand, is uneven and irregular a somewhat hard-cornered, triangular form. Cranial Mass, Three-Quarter Down View Cranial and Facial Masses, Th ree-Quarter View Seen from the side, the cranial mass curves upward from the mounded ridge of bone just above the rim of the eye socket. This is the superciliary arch or visor of the brow. Beginning at the frontal depression in the bridge of...


Shape The Head Draw

There is no reason why you can't take all the liberties you wish with the ball and plane. The variety of types mentioned in the early part of the book arc drawn simply by building an undcrstructure that is wide, square, long, narrow, or anything you wish. You have the basis of construction, so now just try some variations. PLATE 1 5. Types are built by varying the ball and the plane Look about among the people you know and those you sec around you. Study them with a new understanding. See the...

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