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  4/2/2019Character and Creature Design Notes: Foot (and Shoe) Reference Part 2http://characterdesignnotes.blogspot.com/2011/04/foot-and-shoe-reference-part-2.html1/7 Discussion, inspiration, notes and links for online students Character and Creature Design Notes Saturday, April 2, 2011 Foot (and Shoe) Reference Part 2 When it comes to challenging parts of anatomy, feet rank right up there with hands and faces in terms of difficulty. Look at the paintings of Fr ank Frazetta; he would often go to great lengths to avoid painting a character's feet, even though they were perfectly acceptable when he did paint them. Drawing feet in shoes is challenging for many as well; I don't know how many odd kidney bean and smooshed bread loaf like appendages I've seen dr awn at the bottom of a figure's legs over the years. But fret not, Jack Hamm has given us thesewonderful guidelines in his classic figure drawing manual Drawing the head & figure : Seguidores (4281) Siguiente Seguir  Followers Mike's sketchbook, Planet toPlanet, is fresh, innovative, andinventive. It is liberally filledwith exotic locations andcharacters, and his creatures,drawn in an abundance of forms, poses, and points of view, sparkle with life andimagination. - Terryl Whitlatch . Click to Order Planet to Planet: Creaturesand Strange Worlds ► 2012 (1)▼ 2011 (23)► October (1)► May (1)▼  April (3)Proper Use of Reference and Anatomy inCreature De... Blog Archive  Más  jgonzalesxd33@gmail.com Panel Cerrar sesión  4/2/2019Character and Creature Design Notes: Foot (and Shoe) Reference Part 2http://characterdesignnotes.blogspot.com/2011/04/foot-and-shoe-reference-part-2.html2/7  An Interview withJerad S.Marantz - PartTwoFoot (and Shoe)Reference Part2► March (11)► February (7)► 2010 (41) Academy of Art AnimationNotes Anthony Palumbo ArtOrder  ASIFA-Hollywood Animation ArchiveBonevilleCarlos LuzziCartoon BrewCharacter DesignChris SandersFantasy GenesisFlipbooks and Stuff Gurney JourneyHarald SiepermannHerrera's Blog in the BoxImaginism Studios BlogIndistinguisable from magicInspector CleuzoJakob H. JensenJohn HoweJustin GerardLe Blog-JB Mongelines and colorsLiving Lines LibraryMichael Sporn AnimationMiddleton's SketchbookMike CorrieroMuddy ColorsOn AnimationPaint and BrushPaul Briggs Related Links  4/2/2019Character and Creature Design Notes: Foot (and Shoe) Reference Part 2http://characterdesignnotes.blogspot.com/2011/04/foot-and-shoe-reference-part-2.html3/7   Peter De SeveRecent Paintings and Sketchesby David PalumboShane PrigmoreStephen Silver Temple of the Seven GoldenCamelsThe Art DepartmentThe Art of Brittney LeeThe Art of Caricature withJason Seiler The Art of Nico MarletThe Paperwalker JournalToby Shelton: Stuff I DidTulptorialsUli Meyer Vixie ArtsWouter Tulp  Anatomy (12)  Animal Studies(4)  Animals (7) Character Design(28) Character DesignInspirations (5) Concept Art(7) Creature Design (14) Digital Art (4)FigureDrawing (5) handreference (4) How-to (5) illustration (7) Interview (4) Labels  4/2/2019Character and Creature Design Notes: Foot (and Shoe) Reference Part 2http://characterdesignnotes.blogspot.com/2011/04/foot-and-shoe-reference-part-2.html4/7 Posted by Jennifer G. Oliver at 11:51 PM  Labels:  Anatomy, Figure Drawing, Foot Reference, Reference Yes, the footwear is somewhat dated. But with a little imagination one should be able to turnthem into anything from strappy sandals to cowboy boots. I highly recommend Hamm's book;particularly for it's section on drawing the head, which is far too extensive to post here! 15 comments: Hedvig  April 3, 2011 at 3:28 AMThank you so much for posting these! :) They are great and really helpful!Reply coNs Oroza  April 3, 2011 at 10:12 AMCool!Reply mahalaxmi art academy November 9, 2011 at 9:25 AMi like it bcoz i ma shoe designer Reply Jack R February 21, 2012 at 6:11 PMThis is really amazing. What a fabulous resource for the pedal challenged. GeorgePetty detested painting feet so much so that he ended up binding all his pinups inballet shoes, even if they were Ridge tool girls. One exception was the pinup artist,Enoch Bolles, whose grandfather owned a shoe company which he worked for    MikeCorriero (4) Reference (8) Sketchbook inspirations (5)   Jennifer G. Oliver Mike Corriero Contributors Disney's Tangled Character DesignDevelopment.Once Rapunzel ,then Rapunzel Unbraided ,and now Tangled , Disney's50th animated Feature film, setfo...Model Sheets101-Part 1 As my studentsare hard at workon their finalprojects- final line turnaroundmodel sheet and an expressionmodel sheet- I thought thatnow...The use of Silhouettes inConcept DesignSilhouettethumbnails areamong the most helpful andproductive methods of designwhen it's necessary to producea large quantity of var...Nico MarletFrench borncharacter designer NicholasMarlet may haveonly recently gotten a lot of notice for his unique andappealing character designs...Claire Wendling's Cats Wendling, Wendling! That's allI hear! And for good reason; Popular Posts
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