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sigh. . . I've been trying to memorize all of the proportions of the body but I just can't seem to get it right. .
do you hear that?
THE PROPORTIONS ARE INVADING MY THREAD OH GOD
The neck space is 1/4 of one head length, under the chin of the top first head.
The second head starts under this neck space.
One quarter of one head down on this second head is the shoulder line and clavicle. This leaves space for the for the neck support muscles.
The shoulder line is two head lengths (two widths on a female) wide and is the top line of the torso triangle that extends down to the top of the hip triangle.
The chin to the shoulder line is 1/2 of one heads length. That is, 1/4 of a head for the neck space and 1/4 head down on the second head.
The nipple line equals one head length, at the bottom of the second head, the younger the higher. Males stay higher.
The nipples to the belly button equals one head length.
From the belly button to the space between the legs is one head length, that's the bottom of the third trunk head. This between the leg space is actually 4 1/4 heads down from the top, including the 1/4 head neck space. It's 3 and 3/4 heads up from the bottom of the feet, for a total of 8 heads high. The two center heads overlap by 1/4 head, the top of the bend line triangle is 4 heads up from the base. The top three torso heads were lowered 1/4 head because of the empty neck space.
The width of the waist at the belly button is one head length wide.
From the top line of the hip/trunk triangle to the space between the legs is 3/4's of one head, and is two head widths wide. Not more.
MY BRAIN IS MELTING AHHHHHHHHHH
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So, /ic/. gimme some insight here
lately i tried to get back to drawing and painting, and somewhat (maybe its because Ive been constantly visiting this board looking at legendary-tier artists) i cant do anything else but loathe myself while drawing.
I want to be an architect or a designer in the future, but even that hope seems to slowly dim away.
so im just asking one simple question, determined by my work, could i be an architect or a designer? i was always lame at drawing, but still i would consider it important for this specific field. at least prespective and such. just imagination, you know..
Ill be posting some works, from the oldest to the newest i have.
this i drew while on trip to romania.