Saturday, September 3, 2011

Final Anatomy Studies

To hone in on my anatomical skills in order to better myself as an artist, I have been taking Professor Paul Hudson's Constructive Human Anatomy class this summer. To those of you who haven't taken any of his Constructive Anatomy classes...he has many like Animal, Dinosaur, and Creature along with Human, Human Head, and Hand/Foot. If you haven't taken any of these and you are at SCAD, I highly, highly recommend it. I have learned so much in that class and here are the final products...
    Skeleton Before: (didn't make this part, just added clay to it)
 Skeleton After:
Next is the Final Sculpture...I am aware that the proportions are a bit off do to my multiple struggles with the underwire base...but all of the forms and muscles are there. I also taught myself the face/head since this class does not specialize in it.
Last of all are the drawings. They are layered by 1.primitive forms (basic shapes), 2. bones, and 3. muscles. One of the primitive drawings are missing since I forgot to scan it but the rest are here.

That's what I've got for now. Next quarter I get to apply this to Concept Art and Storyboarding...I can't wait! Feel free to comment and let me know what you think!

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