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May 6, 2008

Intro to Anatomy Final

This week was the final week for Anatomy class. It was a chance for us to show off what we have learned this semester. I think I've learned a lot, but there's so much room for improvement. There were no exercises this week, just one assignment, and a tough one at that. We had to take two different full figure poses and compose them into one drawing.

I chose to work on toned paper, as the module examples used it, and I still had some left over from previous drawing classes. I was pretty excited to use toned paper again, because I really liked the result I got the first time I used it.

There's a few errors in anatomy, but for the most part I would say it's pretty accurate. I don't think I could have done this three months ago, which is a testament to what I learned in the last few months. If I had to guess I would say I spent about 3-4 hours on this. I did it over the course of the day, from early morning to about four o'clock in the afternoon, as I can't sit still for too long. I could easily spend another 2 or 3 hours on this finishing it up, but I decided to stop here.

This was done on Canson Mi-Teintes Dark Grey #345 paper with black and white charcoal. It's about 18x24. What an amazing class! I can't wait to learn more about anatomy and improve on my drawings.

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