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Seven Dirty Words...and a Sculpture.

MetalbourneMetalbourne Tube's FavoriteRegistered User regular
edited October 2011 in Artist's Corner
Alright, fuck it. This started out as a doodle but it's going to bug me until I fix it. I've torn the sculpture down, fixed the armature, and started again:

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  • Angel_of_BaconAngel_of_Bacon Super Moderator, Moderator mod
    The torso's still a bit too stretched out (quicky drawover...given how far back the figure is tilting, it's possible even this it too long)-:

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    Remember, there's only about a hand-width of space (measuring across the knuckles) between the top of the sides of the pelvis (the iliac crest) and the bottom of the ribcage (press your hand to your side in that area and you'll see what I mean)- you've got about double that length, owing to positioning the obliques lower than they should be.

  • MetalbourneMetalbourne Tube's Favorite Registered User regular
    that's not the head you're using to measure by. That's the armature. It's a chunk of billy mays mighty putty that will be hidden by clay once I'm done.

  • MetalbourneMetalbourne Tube's Favorite Registered User regular
    alright, I've cobbled together a head in order to make some sense of this thing I have going on here:
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  • Spectre-xSpectre-x Registered User regular
    that spine is bent back really far. It looks like it would be a very uncomfortable pose.

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