Discussion in 'The Studio' started by Lovely_Cornchips, Oct 12, 2017.
heres some vid thatll hopefully help!
i prefer cranial units bc its more specific, but u do u
afdlkavnlk i know how to draw anatomy correctly in a normal standing pose, i meant like i can't figure out the proportions for the pose i'm trying to draw the character in
and it's an anime character so those vids wouldn't be much help anyway
noooooooo, u can use the proportions from the standing pose to measure out the complicated one
unless its foreshortened, whats the pose?
i'm using this as a reference
and like i said
1. i'm p confident with anatomy in realism
2. i'm trying to draw anime
3. THE HAIR IS HIGHKEY MESSING ME UP
4. i think it might also be the size of the paper i'm using messing me up
Try to use a reference photo for the pose? Like either use yourself as reference, by looking in a mirror or taking a photo or try to find a photo online to help. Proportions are hard for me too, but I find that a reference is always good to follow.
i have a reference, but the hair billowing everywhere is blocking the view of one of the arms, and i'm using small paper which makes it harder to draw
cant u just simplify the anatomy? lol
and boi get a diff piece of paper then
ru trying to copy the hair in the photo or from ur imagination?
edit: scratch the hair part lmao, now that im looking at the blocked arm im wondering how tf can his arm be positioned that way since it looks like its straight lol
i don't have any bigger sketchbook paper
no i don't like how the hair looks, but the thing with the hair in the reference is that it's blocking one of the arms
I just saw the reference now lol. Hmm, if you can't figure out the arm, either change the pose of that arm or just hide it completely with the hair. Its not really the best method lol but I do that cuz arms and hands are difficult for me. Or change the size of the paper, maybe if you work larger you can figure out the proportions better.
use printer paper?
lol u replied b4 i could update mine
the arm looks like its going straight back so draw a straight arm?
not printer paper
also the thing is with the perspective i'm not sure how to position the shoulder
cardstock? idk lmao
i tried drawing it and, boy, thats pretty confusing
so, u know the deltoid attaches to the clavicle and the ac, so it would be streched when going back and there would be a depression where the deltiod attaches to the ac since the arm is lifting up
also the pecs attach to the arm...
idk if im helping lol
i can show u the drawing, but idk if itll do any good to u
lmao dw, ik the major muscles and bones
show me ig
excuse my crap lines and half assed perspective
and the ghosting
honestly the more i look at it the more unbelievable and anatomically incorrect it seems but its gonna be anime sooooo
lool yes anything is possible in anime
it does look a little awkward tho
lmfao this is what happens when i dont draw the bones first
im such a noob
i never draw the bones
i draw a frame of the figure and the joints
woe ive never though of that technique
ill try it but i might fail
actually tho it sounds rlly helpful- bless u
lmaooo it's p straightforward
That feeling when you have pretty motivated/inspired lately so you try to mass produce before you get art block again