It's only two weeks left of my amazing year at the Academy of Art universit
y. I have learnt alot from my time here and it's time to embrace it's final moments.
Just this morning I had the majority of my final assessment graded for Introductory to Human Anatomy class:
I was chuffed with my assessment. It feels good to know that you're on the right track.
However more importantly in my circumstance (the fact that I'm studying at the Academy for personal development moreso than making a career out of it) did I gain anything from this particular class? The answer is a no brainer - yes.
I have a much better understanding of how the anatomical structure of the human body (both male and female) works.
Why is this important? It'll enable you to draw more convincing figures in any medium you wish to express - illustration, animation, comics, painting and so forth.
I know for sure that I still have a long way to go in perfecting the drawing