Contrapposto Cantilevers

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Contrapposto

We referred to it back on April 19 when we talked about the ellipse. Contrapposto. Big word, simple concept. It means that when drawing the figure, make the shoulder line and the pelvis line go in opposite directions; one up, one down. It’s an invention of the ancient Greeks, was de rigueur from the Renaissance…

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What is "Contrapposto" in Art? Here's an Explanation of Classical Contrapposto - EmptyEasel.com

Contrapposto is a classical pose created by the Greeks and revived during the Renaissance - in this pose, a figure stands with one leg holding its full weight and the other leg relaxed. Contrapposto causes the hips and shoulders to rest at opposite angles, giving a slight s-curve to the entire torso.

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requesting red line

requesting a artist to red line this. I'm wanting a pose that's relaxed, with foot on a rock, hand on a sword, and the other hand with a shield. I'm trying to go for a viking character standing in winter. I feel like the neck area, torso, and arm are stiff. http://th07.deviantart.net/fs71/PRE/i/2013/310/c/d/sketch_pose_by_nightmare1234567890-d6t91jw.png if you can't see

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Contrapposto

We referred to it back on April 19 when we talked about the ellipse. Contrapposto. Big word, simple concept. It means that when drawing the figure, make the shoulder line and the pelvis line go in opposite directions; one up, one down. It’s an invention of the ancient Greeks, was de rigueur from the Renaissance…

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University of Michigan Museum of Art: Dance Movement C; Auguste Rodin

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