Ryan soundofheaven.info - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or Wh at this book does is explor e and examine my personal cr eative appr o ach to dr awing THE TI P ME DI UM E DGE BROAD E DGE Step 3. "Gesture Drawing, vol 3" by Ryan Woodward - $ 3, demonstrates a unique and creative approach to drawing the figure. ryan gesture drawing store | ryan woodward art and animation. line drawing: a guide.
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In my gestur e dr awing classes. Some of the cr eative dr awings towar d the end of the book may fall into the 15 minute zone. I h ave fo und th at most of wh at needs to be learned in dr awing the human form h appens within the first 2 minutes.
People fr equently want to know how long it took to do these dr awings. After th at. Most of the dr awings in these first co uple sessi ons fall in the time limitati on of 1 to 3 minutes.
It c an be ver y difficult. Tr y switching to a br ush pen fr om time to time. It is h ar d for me to explain exactly how I pr ocedur ally dr aw the form. Step By Step Her e ar e some step-by-step demonstr ati ons. In all honesty. Step Step Step Step 1. Some added detail to descr ibe the form 4. Simple sh apes ar e added in.
Other times. Light and Sh adow. F or the s ake of demonstr ating a pr ocedur e th at c an help the r eader. Commonly I will start with the head and occ asi onally. I will start with a gr aphic sh ape. I dr aw the sh adow sh apes first. I will start with the hips. Basic rhythms of the form ar e put down first. Ther e ar e only two types of sh adow edges th at I use in gestur e dr awing. These sh adows ar e dr awn with cr isp. Not br o ad. Bec ause the plane of the form is no longer in the pr esence of light.
Witho ut light and sh adow. This is wher e the form r eally starts to come alive. These sh adows ar e dr awn soft. Dir ect Light It helps to h ave a ver y dir ect singular light so urce when defining the sh adows. If yo u ar e using mor e ambient lighting. If yo u tr y to r eplic ate the folds exactly. Bec ause ther e is not eno ugh time in the poses to c aptur e ever y single fold. In quick gestur e dr awings. After finding the tensi on point.
Notice the simplific ati on of the folds.
None of these folds existed like this. I made the r est up. Illustr ate An Idea These dr awings ar e a bit mor e illustr ative. Yo u c an widen the stance. It c an be ver y difficult to do this at first. Exagger ating the form is the first step in adding a little cr eativity to yo ur dr awings.
Yo ur knowledge of human anatomy becomes incr easingly important her e. To br eak it down even further. Yo u c an make the h ands and feet larger, elongate the neck, or shorten the torso. Tr y adding po unds of fat to yo ur model, or adding po unds of muscle. Taking away 50 po unds of body mass c an r eally r eveal yo ur knowledge of the skeletal str uctur e. Designing The Exagger ated Pr oportions One thing th at yo u MU ST consider when exaggerating the pr oporti on is th at yo u do so with good design pr inciples.
If yo ur decisi on-making is guided by good design, it will look intr iguing and intenti onal r ather th an a bad mistake. The first step in dr awing fr om yo ur cr eative mind is the ability to not fully r ely on wh at yo u see in fr ont of yo u. In the beginning. After yo u feel th at yo u h ave a basic understanding of these pr inciples.
Pushing The F igur e I like to think of gestur e dr awing as a cr eative jo urney. It is ver y h ar d to gr asp this concept at times.
The better yo u understand the cor e pr inciples of dr awing. I h ave fo und th at pushing the bo undar ies of cr eativity. If yo u never push away fr om r eality. This is when the fun r eally starts. Pushing The F igur e cont. I like to ask myself.
This exercise c an gr eatly fuel yo ur cr eative side over the ac ademic side of dr awing the figur e.
This is when yo u pr etend th at yo u ar e looking thr o ugh a distorted mirr or of a warped form. While this c an be an incr edibly liber ating way to dr aw. Episode 7. They h ar dly r epr esent the figur e at all.
This is the thir d way I look at exagger ati on. F or example. Wiley Coyote. To get started with this kind of exercise. Yo u c an tr y this with just abo ut any artistic style. Gr aphic Sh apes Spend some time dr awing the figur e as gr aphic sh apes. This is a ver y fun exercise th at may seem overly simple. When we dr aw fr om o ur minds. The r esult is a unique and personal r eflecti on of o ur self.
Be well-educ ated artists. Get to know people and their personalities. Analyze the individu al ticks people h ave.
Cr eating exper iences with r eal people will enh ance yo ur pool of cr eative choices to dr aw fr om. Well Educ ated Artists Ther e is value in dr awing fr om sight and ther e is value in dr awing fr om o ur minds. I felt like was spending a lot of time in L. We sometimes h ave the tendency to let o ur jobs take over o ur lives.
I was on the plane coming home fr om L A. But when it was over I was r eady to do something differ ent. Like tho ughts of o ur loved ones. Abo ut how the world is just madly spinning and how tho ughts. And I just r emember connecting to those lyr ics. And I felt so over whelmed. And I want to do it with dance bec ause my kids wer e so into dance and I myself love watching contempor ar y dance.
And at the time I just started thinking abo ut how much I missed. It all r eally c ame on th at plane r ide when I was exper iencing th at ch arge. Pr e-Pr oducti on I knew I co uld not animate a beautiful contempor ar y dance. I spent a few weeks with Kor i in the dance dep artment filming potential r efer ence mater ial for the animati on. Kor i wo uld do the chor ogr aphy. She arr anged dancers to tr yo ut for this pr oject I was putting together.
Kor i Wakamatsu is a university dance instr uctor and chor eogr apher. As I watched the r ehears als and watched the dances I tr ied to envisi on in my mind ever ything th at I wanted to do as far as animati on goes and all these ideas kept coming to me as they wer e dancing.
It comes when we ar e sensitive to o ur emoti ons. And th at is wher e the magic h appens. It seems we ar e most sensitive when we ar e going thr o ugh some sort of highly emoti onal exper ience. I c an certainly be inspir ed when I look at other artists work. Th at ch arge of emoti on will just fade away and die as a p ast emoti on if left unattended to.
Th at sensitivity is ver y inconsistent and comes and goes unexpectedly. It h as mistakes to it. I like th at. I love tr aditi onal animati on. In or der to c aptur e the pr ofessi onal figur ative movement of human form accur ately.
I used live dancers as r efer ence. Some ar e mor e liter al and honor the appr opr iate movement of the dancer. The animati on is ver y silho uette dr iven. I wanted it to be genuine in its simplistic natur e. EF X animati on was my first c ar eer p ath into animati on. When I animate EF X elements like water.
I feel like a yo ung animator again. I did not want to spoon feed th at meaning with overt acti ons. Ever y one of the beats in this film h as a personal tr igger for me. I wanted to allow each viewer to find their own personal meanings of.
Ther e is a r eason and a meaning to it. When I look at the clock and I see I h ave co uple extr a of ho urs to come work on this. I knew I h ad a big task in fr ont of me. And ther e ar e quite a few layers. So yo u co uld flip yo ur p apers and watch the movement while yo u wer e flipping it. As I flip thr o ugh the fr ames.
The animati on was dr awn in Adobe F lash. Over the years. The Ir on Giant. Spider-man 3. Ryan h as pr oduced and dir ected 4 short films th at h ave played in over 30 film festivals worldwide. Concept Designer. Spider-man 2. Stor ybo ar d Artist and Animatic Artist. Wher e The Wild Things Ar e. EF X animator. The Quest F or Camelot. Ryan is marr ied to Tiffany Easterbr ook Woodwar d and together they h ave thr ee daughters.
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I looked for this book for a long time. Finally found one. Was a bit disappointed. I think it was self-published through some little company. Binding is horrible. Pages will fall out. The quality of the images are actually not great.
I thought my book was a photocopied book at first. Nope, it's the real deal. Ryan Woodward does have another book that is Gesture Drawing Volume 3. That one is probably better quality as it is more recent.
Google BYU Creative Works and you can buy that one through the university for a heck of a lot cheaper than you can find this one. All that being said Ryan Woodward is expressive and amazing in his depiction of the human figure.
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