Bodies in Motion Episode #3

March 4, 2017 / New and Noteworthy

This episode covers: new ballet, freerunning, and hapkido motions, artwork review, and the anatomy lecture of the elbow, plus next week’s drawing challenge. Favourite Artwork of the week Donatello by Jonathan Marks Barravecchia instagram: @jonathanmarksart THIS WEEK’S DRAWING CHALLENGE Draw, illustrate, imagine your favorite comicbook hero or villain using reference from these motions: Reference[…]

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Best of Artwork 3 – Paloma Alperi

February 15, 2017 / Best of Artwork

A beautifully observed and meticulously crafted digital sculpt by Paloma Alperi, based on reference from the Male Straps motion set. About Paloma Paloma is a Freelance Digital sculptor based in Spain. She works mostly for videogames and collectibles and does some teaching on the side. To see more of her work: ARTSTATION: artstation.com/artist/palomita INSTAGRAM:[…]

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Bodies in Motion Episode #2

February 11, 2017 / Youtube

This week’s video covers: the new photography on the site, the “fullscreen multicam side-by-side view”, best of artwork for the week, and there’s an anatomy lecture on the structure of the knee and shoulder. THIS WEEK’S DRAWING CHALLENGE Work/study/sketch/sculpt/draw from this motion: https://www.bodiesinmotion.photo/motion/8 And then upload your artwork at the bottom. I will review[…]

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Best of Artwork 2 – Maria Surducan

February 6, 2017 / Best of Artwork

We check artwork page every morning to see what interesting work artists are making with the site. One morning, not long ago, I saw the thumbnail for this piece by Maria Surducan and wasn’t sure what I was looking at. The thumbnail was small and honestly looked like a nicely backlit photo at first[…]

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Bodies in Motion Episode #1

February 2, 2017 / Youtube

Bodies in Motion now has its Youtube channel. Each week (approximately) Scott will showcase the new Motions, select the best of the week’s Artwork, present an anatomy breakdown of one Motion, and set an art challenge for subscribers. Bodies in Motion was created as a primary source to help artists deepen their understanding of[…]

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ARTIST SPOTLIGHT – Tom Gately

January 24, 2017 / Artist Spotlight

It is our sincere pleasure to introduce Tom Gately. For the last ten years, Tom has worked as an artist, character designer, and animator at Pixar Animation Studio. Prior to that he was cranking out amazing drawings for Disney – animating some of our favorite Disney characters of the 90’s including Quasimodo from Hunchback[…]

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Best of Artwork 1 – Calum Alexander Watt

January 12, 2017 / Best of Artwork

Over the past few months it has been an honor and a pleasure working with all the artists who have volunteered their time and talent to beta test the Bodies in Motion site.  The sketches, drawings, paintings, and studies will doubtless be adored in the Artwork section for a long while to come.  I[…]

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Bodies in Motion at Pixar

January 5, 2017 / New and Noteworthy

I am recently back to London from a Bodies in Motion lecture tour of the West Coast where I visited a number of amazing studios in both San Francisco and LA.  My first stop in San Francisco was none other than Pixar (if you need an introduction to their work, I really don’t know[…]

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ARTIST SPOTLIGHT – Michael Hampton

October 3, 2016 / Artist Spotlight

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT Bodies in Motion would like to introduce you to Michael Hampton, an amazingly talented artist and educator who has been doing great work with the Bodies in Motion library. We had a few minutes to catch up with Michael about his art, process, and inspirations. Q&A with Michael Hampton Q: When did[…]

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Bodies in Motion IV: behind-the-scenes video

October 2, 2016 / Behind-The-Scenes

For BiM IV we had a dedicated videographer shooting behind-the-scenes footage for us. It was a big set-up so it was great to have it captured on film. The footage was artfully edited together by the talented Darion Leigh, who put together this short film from the shoot. Enjoy!

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