Internal Skeletion: Dancing Bones

“Corps de Ballet Dancer.” http://dreamdictionary.online/

One of the best ways to learn human anatomy is to study the skeleton. The human form should make sense and move according to their inner skeleton and thus if you understand the skeleton’s limitations then you understand the body’s limitations. By taking a figure or drawing of a human and trying to place a skeleton within you can more blatantly see how the body reacts and shapes around the bones. Continue reading

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Room Project: Final Renders

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Room Update: Light Render

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Movement

In my figure drawing class my classmates and I were asked to create an image that not only displayed a reflection of ourselves and thoughts, but also captured outside movement. We were to take these separate parts and combine them in black and white on one canvas to create an interesting composition. Continue reading

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Room Project Update: Texture

Another update on my texture progress for the room project.

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Final Canon Story Update

Hello, I’m back again to give the final update on my canon project that I have been working on for the past few weeks. It has been quite a journey through all of the development, one I enjoyed immensely. It was a project that not only called on some of my more polished artistic skills, but also helped my development in all of my artistic skills. Continue reading

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Canon Project: On mark and Getting the Colors

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Hello all, I am once again back to give another update on my Canon Project. This time I have my character drawn on mark in various views, some facial expressions and my base colors. This was done to help develop how the character looks and learn how to keep it consistent. Continue reading

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