Monday, October 10, 2011

A couple from the teaching desk

I was asked to comment on a newbie member's artwork in an art forum, and these are the graphics I prepared, based on the member's art. I drew the first one in my own way, but referenced the member's drawing for the pose. In the second one, I traced over the original in Photoshop, modifying form and shape as I went along (top-left). The shoulder anatomy, bone-joint lay out is something I drew to further elaborate on it. There were some issues with the shoulder and legs which I addressed.

Conte, finished digitally. Referenced
a drawing by katu06 in Wetcanvas.
The long blue arrow at the bottom points to the
shadow of the sub(or supra)-bulge on the shoulder.


  1. Prosenjit, what a great blog!. I truly hope that many poeople can benefit from your wisdom and dedication and can also enjoy your drawings and paintings!!Asalways, I love your work.

  2. Thank you so much Lucrecia :) I don't have a definite plan for this blog, was just looking for a place to store my figure studies without objection from the 'moral' police. If I do more anatomy illustrations, I'll surely post here (as well).


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