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    next torso, female and posed, i have taken an image from boulp's skechbook as reference.. so inspiring his work


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    Very nice studies! Keep it up

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    thanks wandddo. yes thats the plan :-)
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    Nothing more i said before!

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    again a male torso... concentrated on muscles this time...


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    great sculpt i hope to see more from you
    Real life details are just the beginning

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    thanks 3d-user...yes, you will, my studies just began, so much too learn :-)
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    Great studies!
    Too anatomical but you need it, I guess.
    To group all this knowledge to simple effective abstract forms, well, this is The Challenge. I never had some success on this.
    You will do it, I believe so. Keep the good working.

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    yes, you are absolutely right, michalis, these are way too anatomical... i feel however, that i need to go this way, and once i know enough about anatomy of body, i can loosen up and express what i wish, as with the portraits... thats the plan, anyway, we will see if it works,,,lol... and, thanks for the pm, and the links, very helpful :-)
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    @kokoro
    have a look at your PM. I have a solution for your cycles renders.

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    i took a break from the anatomy studies, and sculpted this portrait of the young man peter rubino is modeling in his book portrait in clay... was really fun to do :-) ...sculpt is pure dynamesh, no subtools, rendered in cycles...


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    Default more anatomy

    the goal with this sketch was to loosen up, and create correct anatomy without making "anatomy the topic of the sculpt" ... if that makes sense... the sculpt is still a sketch, left many things unfinished on purpose,,,but i hope the dynamic is convincing (and the antomy too) ... constructive critique welcome...


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    Great job Kokoro ..Really liking the motion and flow in this last figure posted.

    http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthre...2&page=2&pp=15

    Above is a link to a thread that might be of use and inspiration to you in the studies that you are doing with anatomy..Her work is great, and an interesting read also as she struggles with different aspects of anatomy and capturing what is important in depicting volumes, flow,rhythm ect while depicting the human form.
    Keep up the great progress Kokoro
    Glenn

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    very nice sculpts...but i find the shoulders are too wide apartbut keep it comeing
    Real life details are just the beginning

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    hi 3d-user,,, yes i see what you mean, i think i messed the shoulders of this poor guy completely :-) i wanted round the shoulder part on back, and somehow i lost the bones, it seems. .. thanks for the input. glenn, wow thank you for this link. she is amazing,, i have only looked some posts until now, but already seen that there is lots of interesting works to learn from. thanks a lot for pointing me to her thread :-)ni bookmarked it :-)
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