PE Interview with =jane-beataI won't even try figure out how to present Jana, because, as her friend, my opinion only may not impress you, so i'm going to present to you what others think of her and her art:13-realpeople-42-333: "She makes some of the best art pieces I've ever seen. Really inspiring."Marts-NZ: "Her work is just amazing, i love coming back to see the immense beauty she creates."InsomniaSquared: "Her art makes me feel like I've been kicked in the face by a unicorn dancing in a meadow of pansies and fairies. What I meant to say is: really excellent art!" (this is the most original comment i've ever read!)Aside from praising her amazing skills and works, i will add that she's also a wonderful person, kind and involved with the community, always wanting to spread the dA love to everyone she meets.First, please introduce yourself to those that might not know you yet.
Quick NoteI was recently asked about how to go about studying anatomy. Keep in mind that anatomy is likeicing on a cake. The underlying shape and form must be defined before you can start throwingit in there. lol I'll be going over this base anatomy in the cliff notes. That being said, the best wayto study anatomy ( I think ) is to study function. If you understand interlocking forms, guess what?You know how to draw, arms, legs and the torso. If you understand stacking forms you now have the toolsto draw intricate areas like the armpit, hips, arms reaching side view etc.There's a few things I think about when I incorporate anatomy. 1.) Will it help flow?2.) Will it reinforce my underlying form?3.) Do I even need to show it in this image? 4.) What is the figure doing?5.) Where is the weight? the list goes on.The simplest way to think of anatomy is this. If you take two pencils and position them in