|Skeletal and Muscular system of the Foot - Like the title implies, I explored the skeletal and muscular system of the foot in this drawing. The muscle sketch is kinda hard to interpret, but I think the skeleton turned out well.|
|Skeletal and Muscular system of the Hand - This one turned out much better , in my opinion. I attempted some rudimentary shading with the skeleton, but I hadn't practiced it in a while and the result wasn't quite what I hoped. Ah well.|
|Human hand, part 3 - This drawing is the only one that I used another person's hand as a model.|
|Human foot, part 1 - My first foot drawing, I struggled somewhat with the shape of the toes and the foot.|
|Human foot, part 2 - Still struggling somewhat with the shape, but beginning to grasp the subtleties of shading. Didn't show a pronounced arch, which could be part of the problem.|
|Human foot, part 3 - A more complex angle, still not quite perfect, though.|
|Human foot, part 4 - I started to become more comfortable with the shape of the foot and experimented with the shading to make it more realistic. I think it turned out well.|
|Human foot, part 5 - The best of the lot, in my opinion. I put my focus on making the shading as realistic as possible, and I think I succeeded.|
|One-minute sequential drawing - This series of drawing was an attempt to show a series of movements using sketches that were drawing in 1 minute. Tough, but I think it turned out well.|
|Portrait - Using a picture of one of my friends, I drew this portrait. While it's not entirely accurate, overall I feel that the drawing looks pretty good. I particularly like the hands, for some reason.|
|Animal drawing, front - Now that we had learned about drawing humans, it was time to experiment with other creatures. Our final drawing project required us to draw a front and side view of an animal. I chose my dog, which was no easy feat considering the fact that he does not like to stay still. This drawing wasn't quite to the level I would have liked, but it showed many of the main features of my dog, so it was good enough for me.|
|Animal drawing, side - Drawing Max from the side was frustrating, because it took me several tries to get his shape right. Once I got it, though, I had no problem in adding shading and getting some muscle definition. For the final drawing, I feel that it does a good job of ending on a high note.|
And that's a wrap! I don't have another class until the 10th of January, but I intend to draw some more over the break, so please check back! Thanks for reading, and I hope you've liked what you've seen!
Until next time.