Drawing by Daniel, Anatomy Master Class student
This is really just an exercise in charcoal that is purposely left incomplete, that is without a full rendering of value. The idea is to represent three dimensional form of the male figure (Rear view) by only a partial implementation of value on the arm and left back and then to show the anatomical structures elsewhere using line only…
Artwork by Carl J.
Critique by Vladimir London, Drawing Academy tutor
Thank you very much for your artwork. I like it a lot.
You have a distinctive and recognizable style, which is very important for an original fine artist. Well done.
There are some areas for improvement though. I think your skills will benefit from a deeper knowledge of a human anatomy and a human body proportions…
Drawing by Johann Krammer
This drawing shows the “Torso” from the famous sculptor Polykleitos (5th century BCE).
First, I watched Anatomy Master Class video lessons; then I watched videos once again. Every time I discovered some new details and information.
Here’s the drawing I did in the museum, trying to keep in mind the information I learned about human body in contrapposto…
Drawings and feedback from Dr. Valérie Julie Brousseau
Here are two anatomical studies in red pencil for which my aim was to review relative anatomy and work on drawing skills and rendering shades. These are my two first experiments with red. I liked it but found it challenging: it does not forgive – just like surgery!
I based myself on an anatomy book which I knew well. But it is not the same to draw as to look: the relationships of structures become more obvious with drawing as one needs to think of exactly where everything fits on to bone etc. I shall send you more as I go along… I am hoping to try silver point soon: am just getting the material together, it is not easy… Thanks for the videos, they are great.
I have already subscribed to your Drawing Academy Course and have really enjoyed it. Which is why I could not resist trying the Anatomy one. I always dreamt of doing oils one day, as I work on my skills with your help, this day may be closer than I thought! …
Artwork by Johann Krammer, Anatomy Master Class student
I followed your recommendations.
I like the video course very much. Well done! …