fun fact one time i auditioned for a play and the character called for a russian accent and i did mine for the director and got the part and she stopped me on my way out and asked my how i got it so believable sounding and i didn’t have the heart to tell her it was because of the amount of time i spend imitating chekov from star trek when i’m home alone
i’m nominated for an acting award at my school now because of this
Favourite Movies: Forrest Gump.↳ “Jenny, I don’t know if Momma was right or if, if it’s Lieutenant Dan. I don’t know if we each have a destiny, or if we’re all just floating around accidental-like on a breeze, but I, I think maybe it’s both. Maybe both is happening at the same time.”
Part 1/4 OF Zack’s tutorial on how to draw the menz for Zu. (take it with a grain of salt)
THE BOD AND FLOW.
The first example shows the basic difference between the generic (Important to remember that this is not fixed and is subject to variations that blur the line.) feminine and masculine forms.
The female form often has hips as wide as or wider than the ribs.
The masculine form is generally straight from ribs to hips or wider in the ribs.
Also men have less body fat and a fit man will be top heavy as shown in the second example most of his weight is in the upper portion of his pecks compared to the female form with the majority of her weight resting in the underside of her breasts.
The third picture shows squash and stretch in the male form, in particular if a man lifts his arms the underside of his pecks will next to disappear becoming smoothed out wile the top side will be squashed upwards.
Something that really helps me when I’m drawing something new is mapping out the very basic flow/deciding were the movement is in the picture. Then I’ll draw a thumbnail version of my picture just to get a handle on what I want to accomplish before I commit to the full size version.
This is my favorite gif. Period. Ever.
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
In Bed (1893)