bodies-in-motion 30 second sequences from BiM Not long ago, I had twelve artists from Natural Motion (of Morpheme and Clumsy Ninja fame) into Somerset House, my home away from home, for a four day anatomy workshop. At the end of each day we would take about 20 minutes to draw from the Bodies in Motion library. sketching from BiM We made extensive use of the timer for gesture drawing. timelapse of a sequence of 30 second poses
Links to sites showing poses for life models This page provides links to several web sites that provide ideas for nude modeling poses. Photos above reprinted courtesy of On Air Video, Inc., which maintains the copyright to these photos. Life models will find this page a great reference for coming up with poses for upcoming figure drawing sessions. Figurative artists will find this page a great reference if they want to practice life drawing between sessions. However, two dimensional pictures can never replace drawing from a live model. See also ArtModelTips.com pages showing thousands of examples of nude modeling poses, using a variety of models: Female standing poses * Female seated poses * Female crouching poses * Female recumbent poses * Male standing poses * Male seated poses * Male crouching poses * Male recumbent poses Web sites showing model poses Sites with videos of actual life drawing sessions Croquis Cafe – provides videos of different 1, 2, 3, and 5 minute poses each week. Sites simulating a life drawing session
STARTSEITE - AMAZON-WARRIORS - STARTSEITE Urban Sketchers Enrico Nawrath Enrico Nawrath Website (Enrico Nawrath) © Enrico Nawrath - all rights reserved YouTube Videos | Shoo Rayner – Author I have several Youtube Channels. ShooRaynerDrawing Is about drawing, ideas how to and general advice for artists. DrawStuffRealEasy does what it says on the tin – it shows you how to draw stuff real easy. Then there is the ShooRaynerLife Channel which is a video blog about my life and thoughts and the odd story and joke. and now there is Shoowaii Shoowaii is a start that never quite caught alight.
Heads It's important that you take the time to walk through and complete the Understanding 3D Form tutorial before you're ready to take this next step. Anyone who thinks they are beyond the basics presented there is kidding themselves, myself included. No matter how good you may be, if you don’t get the basics it will come back to bite you. Step 1. This is the biggy. This step dictates the entire head drawing, and or pose for that matter if you are attaching an entire body to this. The centerline of the face is derived from our cross section. With a minimal degree of shifting of one feature or another, all faces are fairly symmetrical. Once you know the tilt, have found the cross section, and laid in the centerline of the head, your next step is to shave to two side of our sphere on either side of the cross section. Step 2-Now that you have the cross section established, the next thing you will do is divide the head into thirds. Next Page>
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Elandria on deviantART Anatomy for Artists Online Course » Scott Eaton SUMMER: in-progress AUTUMN: October 13, 2017 – REGISTER HERE WINTER: January 19, 2018 Welcome to Scott Eaton’s Anatomy for Artists online course page. The course is online to share the anatomy lessons of the old masters with artists intent on mastering the human figure. The course takes the daunting task of learning human anatomy and distills it into artist-focused lessons that cover the critical foundation that every figurative artist needs to know. This course has been taught to artists from around the world including artists from leading animation, game, and visual effects studios – Industrial Light & Magic, Blizzard, Pixar, Ubisoft, LucasArts, Disney, Warner Bros, Sony, Rhythm & Hues, Valve and many others. “I’ve been collecting anatomy books, DVDs and reference photos for over seven years. Peter Levius Artist and founder of 3d.sk The weekly lectures are broken down into the following topics. Peter Bragino Fine Artist New Yorkwww.bragino.com Rishi Nandlaskar Senior Modeler Framestore