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    Default Marco's sketchbook

    yeah I know another sketchbook... I haven't start one yet so there it is my first sketch...
    I hope you like it

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    Very awesome Marco! excellent anatomy study. Im sure its going straight into everyones 'inspiration' folder
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    great work man ! happy to see you start a sketchbook...


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    Cool stuff . Hope to see more. *right click saved*
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    heeey marco!

    good to see new stuff from you.
    really like how you did the back and backside of the arms.

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    hey guys how's it going? thx for the comments! yeah this new version of zb is really inspiring and it makes me feel like the old times, when I was still studying in school, really into the fun part of 3D! I'm sure you feel the same
    Hopefully I'll be doing one sketch after another between my downtime and weekends
    This in particular was done as an anatomy study and also to have a generic human base so that I don't have to start from scratch for future sketches.
    Last edited by Drummer; 12-10-09 at 09:16 AM.

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    hi guys,

    I'm recently studying anatomy more deeply, so I tried to work on a posed body without using photo references but only my memory related to what I studied or observed before on anatomy boards, and the mechanism that works behind movement and holding weights.

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    Default the return of the Drummer!

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    hmm i like this one. great knowledge of the anatomical structures, respect!
    i am just wondering if you wanted him to be "resting" or (as i see him) leaning over as if to look at something...
    would you please subdivide me?

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    HI
    wow love it
    great anatomy

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    oy marco!

    awesome study. did you do studies of the different parts of the body before this? also did you make fullbody studies before doing the straight from head study?
    would be fun to see those, if you did.
    my only crit would be, i think his head looks a tad big. especially compared to his hands.
    anyway, it's still a very nice study. hope to see more.

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    hey guys, thx for the comment and sorry for the late reply.
    yeah his pose is not really well defined because at the beginning the hand that was relaxed on the legs, it was actually leaning to something. That was the only difference so when I repositioned it I've been naive enough not to relax better the back and the abdomen. The head is a little big, yes and the prospective is not helping it... feet, yeah that's my biggest challenge, I cant remember well the anatomy of a foot without looking at pics... I did other studies before yes but always on full body. I might post them but I spent less time on them so they are more like 3D sketches...

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