ThisIsColossal,Hands and Feet, Walk Cycle


Right off the bat I instantly fell in love with the visuals of this article. From the use of basic shapes to create shading, to the assortment of color to create contrast in specified region, the pieces in their entirety are visually striking. One of the pieces included, display a side profile of a man’s head, does a great job of using basic shapes and assortment of color to give the image a vast amount of detail while maintaining simplicity by using basic shapes; in this case mostly rectangles and squares.These pieces relate to what we’re doing in class because they all have to do with the anatomy of the body, whether it be the skeletal system, layout of the human face, or just the way in which various body parts are able to move.


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