Friday, May 20, 2011
Articulations from the inarticulate
Something else I’ve been making whilst on the phone. I can’t type, read and because of my phone reception (lack thereof!) I can’t go far (very few places in my home get reception well enough to tak for long periods of time on the phone)..sometimes soooooooo a lot of projects here are borne out of grabbing what’s at hand. This is for a book I've been picking at for 3-4 years I guess now.. (lots of illustrations examples needed so don't look for it anytime soon either!!). :)
So in this case this is a photo I took from Stoneybrook Steeplechase that I’m converting to show skeletal articulation points. Kinda a fun effect to share. I have little else new to share here except a lot of painting projects I’d rather wait and photograph properly. But I grabbed this again for a bit today & thought to share it here… for lack of having anything else to speak of! ;)
Next week I hope to be ready to show something actually for sale again though! ;)
PS - don't look too closely at that overlay of the skeleton! I've got to redraw (I do the drawing the old fashioned way with a pencil), and there's even two tail bones in there where I was fiddling around! (nevermind missing bits of bone). Still, the gist of "find the point of shoulder & stifle" come through... enough for a teaching tool if needed (this summer - until I have the time to draw the rest properly) so yay!
I heavily watermarked since it's an inprogress thing... don't take this one! lol! It's not 100% correct! ;)