Creative Fuel Episode #9: How To Use Anatomy With Eric Wilson

By June 3, 2016 Webinars

This is Creative Fuel, Ryan Kingslien’s weekly video show featuring amazing artists, tips, tricks, and insights.

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ABOUT THIS FUEL
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In this 16 minute video I talk to Eric Wilson about the purpose of studying anatomy and how we can use in instead of being a slave to it.

One of the primary traps that beginners fall into is the urge to “make it right”. I can totally relate to this and spent years studying anatomy hoping that I would finally understand it, sculpt it the correct way, and not make mistakes…

That’s a trap, a pit of quick sand, a cage…

Anatomy can NEVER truly be conquered. There will always be something to learn. Some model with a slight change in the proportions that you’ve never seen, for example.

However, it can be MASTERED. If you learn the rules of anatomy, the structure, the morphology, the skeleton then Anatomy becomes just another tool in your toolbox. A powerful tool but a tool none the less.

In this clip you’ll hear Eric Wilson talk about how he uses his detailed understanding of anatomy to further the expressive potential of his sculpts and really add pathos to the human figure.

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ABOUT RYAN
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Artist, innovator, and teacher, Ryan is known to ignite the spark in people with his teachings and humor. Also known as an Anatomy Guru and ZBrush Teacher he has taught more than 25,000 students across the globe.

An artist himself and life long learner Ryan shares his life experiences and lessons with all his students through webinars, writings and video lessons. He is a programmer, a writer, a digital artist, a traditional artist, devoted husband and father of two lovely kids.

Ryan is the CEO and founder of one of the first online school for Digital and Traditional Arts, ZBrushworkshops and UArtsy where he has taught his artistic strategies and techniques to hundreds of thousands of people.

Ryan was also part of the the team which brought groundbreaking software “ZBrush” back in the day.