Sunday, February 7, 2016

Muscle name

 Depressor labii inferioris  


Sunday, January 24, 2016

Muscle name

Mentalis Muscle

Link to muscle name > here 

                                       (Sketch done in my sketch book then colored in Photoshop )

Friday, January 8, 2016

First muscle name for 2016!

Risorius muscle

(Sketch done in my sketch book then colored in Photoshop with overlay)

Friday, December 25, 2015

Saturday, December 19, 2015

Changes and stuff


I've over come my hay fever
with out pharmaceutical :)

 Done some small changes to this blog
was getting tired of the old look of the blog.   
I might do some more changes if i have time> 
                                                    ( this is what the blog use to look like ^)

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Muscle name!!!!!

Got a new phone, with a better camera. Now it  
will be much easier to post up drawings from my sketchbook 
to this blog.
Here's a sketch I did last night for the Orbicularis oris muscle   

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Another two muscle names

                           zygomaticus major  &  zygomaticus minor


Friday, November 20, 2015

Form 6


Learning to apply construction can be tedious and boring at times but its crucial to learn 
and it especially helps with your imagination work, so you'll have to keep at it.
It is hard at the start but if you keep at it, it will pay off.

To make the construction phase more interesting I've decided 
to learn about different types of folds too.    

For each type of fold, I did these things in the first image (the gif):

(1) started with a rough sketch for the pose for the character

                   (2) then I lowered the opacity of the rough sketch layer and made a new layer 
    to draw the clean basic construction.

   (3) then made another layer and drew clothes, folds and hair etc.
       (4) made another new layer for the final black clean lines



Never give up and keep at it!

Like I said before construction can be tedious at times 
but once you get used to it, you'll start to have a lot of fun figuring 
out how things connect together.
Construction is the type of thing that you can't just read and expect to be able to do it. 
You have to put a lot of hours into understanding this and drilling it into your brain.

      I bought some new sketchbooks and double-headed coloured pencils
           for the underlying construction and some great black ink pens for the 
                                                              clean over drawing. 


  Moving to freehand drawing 

    After compiling years of drawing with a logical construction 
           process then it will come second nature. 
Then if you want to make the move to freehand drawing 
it's very hard at first but just keep at it. 
 The next exercise is just like the last exercise in form number 5 >
        first you draw the construction but instead of drawing over it 
you draw the image that you wanted beside it. 
Once you get good at that, you are free.