Sketchbook Month: Day 1

Here we go! To kick off Sketchbook Month I thought I’d push myself to do a little study of human anatomy. I found this muscle pose on the internet (should have bookmarked it—for the life of me I can’t find it now to link to it). I’m not nearly as familiar with the anatomy of the human back as I am the front. I basically faked my way through the shoulder blade area and backs of the thighs by studying the light and shadow in the photo. If you asked me to describe what was going on underneath the skin in those areas I couldn’t really tell you. Guess I need to beef up on that (pun intended).

I’ve been getting an overwhelming response to the idea of Sketchbook Month. I’m in the process of building a separate web area to house all the submissions (UPDATE: Check out the official Sketcbook Month blog). We are only a few hours into sketchbook month but already I received some sketches with pledges of art to come from a long list of artist friends who’ve emailed saying “Count me in!” Here’ the links so far:

Chris Kennett

Tom Bancroft

Chris Browne

Bucky Jones

Michael Jantze

Dan Johnson

Tim Hodge

Josh Cleland

Nick Sena

Craig

Kelly McNutt

It’s not too late to join in! Just post your link in the comments and I’ll add it to the site later. Find out more at the Sketchbook Month blog.

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9 thoughts on “Sketchbook Month: Day 1

  1. Great start Cedric! Love the studies. I’ve already posted my first drawings of the day. Look forward to your daily posts as well as the other talented bloggers who are joining in.

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  3. Sweet, sounds like a plan. Joining in with such a talented bunch of artists will help me to keep honest and actually DO one a day. 🙂

    I’ll put them up on my blog: Life, Art, and Monkeys
    http://www.FredtheMonkey.com/blog

    I did my drawing for today, so I guess I’ll post each one the day after I do it since I normally update my blog first thing in the morning. Thanks for letting me join in!

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