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    iamjakerooiamjakeroo
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    day o26
    day o26 .

    i’ll be the first one to say it.. this isn’t my best work

    ran a half marathon today and then went out for an early celebration

    with my skills slightly dampened, this is what I was able to create:)

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    iamjakerooiamjakeroo
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    day o27
    day o27 .

    trying something new here..

    normally I don’t post my figure studies that I take to this level, but I like how this one came out tonight

    don’t fully understand how shadows, tones, and values work yet, but I plan on continuing to make mistakes until I do

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    iamjakerooiamjakeroo
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    day o28
    day o28 .

    moved really slowly on this one today (sort of a rough-draft)

    i plan on doing this piece again, but on a much larger scale (24in x 48in)

    and showing the process from start to finish

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    iamjakerooiamjakeroo
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    day o29
    day o29 .

    so here’s the first phase of my 25in x 52in drawing

    slightly altered the models actual posture

    i’m excited to see where this goes.. (already reworked/changed a few things since this photo was taken)

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    iamjakerooiamjakeroo
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    day o30
    day o30 .

    so here’s the update on my drawing..

    it’s a little patchy at the moment,  but I plan on smoothing all that out soon

    i’m really enjoying the process and taking my time as well (which isn’t easy for me because I like to rush through most of my drawings)

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    Marjolein P
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    Cool. I like how you just used your wall for it. 😋 The patchiness is because of the wall texture? Maybe you could’ve put a couple of extra papers underneath it.

    #671329
    iamjakerooiamjakeroo
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    haha yeah, the cheapest easel:)

    that’s a good idea, I’ll be sure to remember that

    but the paper I’m using here is pretty thick

    just didn’t take the time blending around the highlights

     

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    iamjakerooiamjakeroo
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    day o31
    day o31 .

    since this piece is attached to my wall, I find myself constantly re-working and changing things about it often

    looking in the mirror, I’ve used my own right arm as a guide to restructure the models right arm in the drawing (this has helped greatly)

    also, if I’m being honest with myself.. I’m a little nervous about drawing in the facial features (i’ll take my time and be sure to break the face down into smaller parts, if needed)

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    day o32
    day o32 .

    don’t have much to say today

    other then, it’s all coming together.. slowly, but surely

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    iamjakerooiamjakeroo
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    day 033
    day o33 .

    i worked a little slower today

    there’s still a lot about the anatomy that I need to learn

    and this piece is definitely helping me pinpoint what exactly

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    day o34day o34 .

    so this is where I last left off..

    haven’t been able to work on this project (due to shoulder injury)

    curious if anyone else is working on this assignment (Russian Drawing Course 4: The Human Figure w/ Iliya Mirochnik)

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    iamjakerooiamjakeroo
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    day o35
    day o35 .

    worked on my drawing a little bit more today

    still not fully healed, so I’m unable to draw as much as I would like…

    also, check out “Ilya Yefimovich Repin (Russian realist painter) you won’t be disappointed

     

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    Iliya MirochnikIliya Mirochnik
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    Hey iamjakeroo,

    Congrats on getting to this part of my course! That’s a lot of hours invested! Good job on the figure, but I thought I’d do a draw-over if you’re still thinking of working a little more on it. First of all, the head is too big, but as are the hands and feet (the ones I drew in the video are also actually just a tad too big). The abdomen needs more modeling with the light closer to the top of the Rectus Abdominis. The Rib Cage always extends lower than you think. And then in terms of accents I placed some main darks to show where one can accent to create a good rhythm in the figure. (I showed the line of accents with the green line).

    Good luck moving forwards and write any questions you might have, I’ll be checking in.

    Best,

    Iliya

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    iamjakerooiamjakeroo
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    day o36
    day o36 .

    Hey Iliya,

    I appreciate you taking the time to not only check out my work, but to also share some of your insight. Though I wasn’t able to fully change everything that you suggested, due to the progress I had already made, I took what you said and did my best to apply it to my final rendering of Mark (see above).

    I do have a couple of quick questions, if you don’t mind.  First, where can I find/buy the chunky charcoal stick you used on this lesson? I’ve only seen it sold in variety-packs. And second, what do you feel is one of the best pieces of advice that you were given about these larger scale drawings? Working from this large scale really resonates with me and I plan to continue on this path, hopefully leading to oil paintings in the future.

    Thanks again for your thoughts,

    Jake

    #687443
    iamjakerooiamjakeroo
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    day o37
    day o37 .

    here’s a quick sketch done in charcoal

    i enjoyed coming back and working from a much smaller scale, more than I thought I would ..

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