Monday, May 15, 2017

Anatomy tools - Lvl 1 workshop photos

Anatomy Tools has posted some great photos from the last workshop I co-taught with Andrew Cawrse in March. Check out the facebook link to see more

Also, here is a link to the upcoming workshop at Anatomy tools in late August/September.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Bodies in Motion Q and A

Here is a very short Q and A I did for "Bodies in Motion" back in October.

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Anatomy tools sketches

Had a blast teaching at the recent Anatomy tools workshop. The above are sketches from the class and teaching trip to the "Bodies" exhibit at the Luxor. If interested the next workshop is selling out quick. Here is a link to the upcoming September session

Friday, February 10, 2017

Female head studies

Here are some recent head studies from Scott Eaton's "Bodies in Motion" site.

Monday, January 30, 2017

Reminder - Anatomy tools, March 8-12

Spots for the week long course at Anatomy tools are about gone! This is one of my very favorite workshops to do and also one of the only workshops I do every year. The team at Anatomy tools is phenomenal and provide an incredible experience. Check out the link if you're interested in improving your drawing, sculpting, or understanding of anatomy.

You can also check out their workshops trailer for more information here

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

More "Bodies in Motion" studies

I can't say enough about how awesome the "Bodies in Motion" site is. Here are a few more drawings from a Capoeira sequence. The site goes live on Jan. 16. Here is a link to sign up.

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Bodies In Motion

Hey All,

I've had the opportunity to use the "Bodies in Motion" site, created by Scott Eaton, over the last few months and have to tell you - it is amazing. From the carefully curated body types, movements, lighting, and artistry of the photography, to the high resolution photos, multi-cam function, and timer this has become my new go to reference. I only wish I had something this comprehensive when I was a student studying anatomy and motion. I highly recommend signing up.

Here is a link to the site which goes live on Jan. 16th. For fun I've included some of the drawings done from the "BiM" site below.