View Full Version : Anatomy Serires/Studies *Nudity*

05-28-2005, 07:12 PM
Im starting a study on anatomy both male and female.

*warning* Expect nudity of both genders, I'll try not to make it very graphic. Mainly topless women is about as far as I'm going.

Comments are welcome, ya know...;)

05-29-2005, 05:29 PM
Those are some good studies...nice style as well....this proved usefull to me simply by looking...how about you?

05-30-2005, 05:49 AM
The second guy's legs are horribly malformed, aside from that the muscle structure is well layed out (if a bit exagurated). The third guy (running man) is very nice.

05-30-2005, 12:30 PM
Your forearms on all your figures are really messed up. I would suggest studying practice drawing some.

05-30-2005, 04:24 PM
Let's all keep practicing until it hurts :tear:




05-31-2005, 02:37 PM
your mandible seems a bit thick... and missing a part ... i dunno, could have been just on my referance,

great studies though

06-02-2005, 10:38 PM
Now that you mention it, I think I should have dipped a portion of the jaw along side the back teeth lower. Is that the portion which is too thick or is the mandible too thick overall? Mandibles do vary to person to person, but I did use a plastic skull to create the study from so that might have hurt or helped me. I personally think I screwed up the nasal area a bit : / Thanks for your comment.

06-03-2005, 12:50 PM
yea, you cought your mistake, hum, yea i dont like the plastic skulls but they are helpful, about the nasal area... theres nothing major, just on close inspection you see that some lines are a little out of perspective i think.

i really love the white you use for highlights...is it just a white pencil? and i think someone else asked but what kind of paper are you drawing on, it looks excellent.

06-04-2005, 10:45 AM

The sketchbook I used had a tan hardcover and is 8 1/2 by 11." I'm a bit hazy on the spec since I just bought it of someone who didn't want it and the sticker long removed. I think the paper is made from 70% recycled consumer waste and is acid free. The paper is roughly 70lb and is thick enough so drawings won't bleed from either side. It has a nice texture due to the recycled paper and can take rough erasing. I'm been trying to find more of this paper myself but had no luck.

As for the highlights I use a white Prismacolor pencil. For glass-like highlights I used corrective white fluid, white-out. White characoal and pastel can be used too but you might be forced to use a fixative spray so the highlights won't smear. The spray fix is a bit toxic and dulls your drawings a bit. Hope this helps.