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Figure Anatomy for the Artist taught by Roberto Osti

Conquer the complexities of figure drawing with the indispensable system of line, shape and form used by da Vinci, Raphael and Michelangelo!

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Category Drawing
Type Drawing
Subject Figure
Material Mixed Media
Style Realist
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Roberto sorry I have side notes written on the pics. pls look at it and point out any errors. This is the best class ever. love it.

03/04/2014 Flag

Hi Sharon, everything looks good! the image is a little bit dark but all the proportions seem fine. Actually I think that writing notes as you draw is a pretty good strategy, it helps memorize and assimilate the material you are studying, keep doing it. Another thing you could do to see how much you retained from the exercises is to draw the boxes from memory. Do the same with the skeleton and the muscles, later you can try to create boxes figures, skeletons etc. in movement or in various poses from memory and imagination. I am looking forward to see your next drawing! Best Roberto

03/04/2014 Flag

Hi Sharon, I just noticed that you posted two more drawings: the front view looks fine but the side view has a few problems: the hips are too narrow as well the legs and the feet are too small. Use the hight of the head to establish all the other proportions: the depth of the head should be 7/8 of the height of the head (almost 1 head ), the front half of the head (the portion to the front of the CLG) should be 1/2 head, the hips 3/4, the length of the feet should be a little more than 1 head. I am really impressed by how hard you are working! Best Roberto

03/05/2014 Flag

thank you so much Roberto for ur feedback apprciate it very much. Will definitely redo another side view and put it up on the platform. Yes I too can see that there is a problem with the side view. Thank you for pointing it out. I am working hard to understand and master this technique. Greatly appreciate ur comments.

03/09/2014 Flag