Another practice on female anatomy. Took in considerations from the previous one I did, I'm mindful of the belly button's placement and breasts this time. Overall I think this is fruitful study and I learned something.
nowadays, it's really rare to have an artist who is willing to draw body studies. It's time consuming among other things but this artist took the time to do some of them. I've already loved the male study and would use it to improve myself on that sharp field which is anatomy and I'm very grateful that the Artist published it. This would help a lot of people so thank you for that.
About the technique, what can I say? It's very neat, clear enough for people to be able to train their eyes and hands. There are many poses, obviously the most used of them all. Maybe some perspective would be good to add to the studies some risky angles like from below or from above. but that doesn't mean it's not already excellent thanks a lot again!
First off, thumbs up for a body study that isn't an excuse to post a few naked men and women.
This is professionally and extremely well made. The lines are concise, the poses are clean, and nothing is muddled. I can clearly tell where one figure ends and another begins.
Some of these poses are refreshing for me to see; the two in the bottom right corner are interesting, and when I do see similar poses done in pieces they tend to be covered by something (clothes, piece of the setting, another figure's limb, etc.), or very blurry and not fleshed out. This provides a clear view to what the body would look like in those poses.
My only criticism is that the figures are not complete. It would be helpful to see the rest of the arms and legs, and how you would place the hands and feet. I'm interested to know.
As an artist who regularly uses figure studies, this is a very helpful and succinct study that does it's job well.