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Hamptons p.149-153: U/E - Arm Studies III by theThirdCartel Hamptons p.149-153: U/E - Arm Studies III by theThirdCartel
More upper extremity notes and studies from Hampton's figure drawing book.

Photoshop CS6, Intuos 5 with art pen.
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Annamoon77 Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2013  Professional General Artist
Well done.
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theThirdCartel Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013
Thanks; this section of the book is quite detailed, so very useful. I just read the legs section, and it's a bit of a mess. I'll need to look up some proper labelling for muscles in order to understand it well.

Love the waterfall sketch on your blog. :D Is that your next painting?
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Annamoon77 Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Professional General Artist
I think you do very great work with your study. Do you have the feeling that you can draw a human out of imagination? Your work looks really professional.

Thank for the waterfallsketch. Yeah maybe this is my next painting. Sad story ... i draw this last weekend to distract myself because my grandpa passed away on 31.1. I phoned with him 3 hours before. I am very sad but also happy that i have called him. He was very ill and 86 years old. I think he is doing better now.

So at the moment I will complete my marshland and I have an erotic scene in my mind that i will try. Hope that this comes out as a human scene not aliens like ever ;-)
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theThirdCartel Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013
Haha, you're flattering me. :XD: I think I can probably place the major volumes from imagination (i.e. draw the figure with spheres, cylinders and boxes in perspective) and have a good idea of which muscles go where, but I'd still need ref for anatomical details. I think faces need much more work; the book doesn't cover portraiture in detail; I plan to work on that specifically once my current task list is finished (in a 100 billion years or so, lol.)

I'm so sorry to hear that your grandpa passed away. It's little consolation, but having just chatted with you, his last thoughts were probably about his loving family, likely bringing him a measure of peace and contentment. I've had grandparents pass away as well; it's not easy to deal with... you never stop missing them, but I like to think they live a little bit in your heart as long as you draw breath. :hug:

Looking forward to seeing your upcoming pieces!
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Annamoon77 Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013  Professional General Artist
Oh I don't believe that you need billion of years :-) maybe next year? Thanks for your kind words, he definitely lives in my heart. I remember how he was when i was a child. I think its much better picture than the last years. In my heart i play 'mill' with him every day like in my childhood.

I give up the erotic scene and begun a new surreal picture with a spoon.
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theThirdCartel Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013
Perhaps do an erotic scene with a spoon? :XD:
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Annamoon77 Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Professional General Artist
Oh, hihi i mean fork and yeah a great idea. An erotic party with fork the lady, spoon the fat guy and knife the dreamboy.
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