Something for the more learning minded folks out there, its kind of an abstract way of looking at things, but its how i 'see' my sculpts. And wierdly its how I see people now. EVen the most gnarly old persons face has a kind of beautiful rythym and flow to it.
the original shot is here: [link]
Ive drawn some lines over the top to hopefully illustrate the flow and forms that I always try to think about. And especially the ones for certain angles that i like to stand out.
I should forwarn everyone, im still an amatuer as far as anatomy goes, but this is a way I've developed for myself to try and see my mistakes.
If you feel your pose, or your sculpt isnt 'feeling' quite right, but you cant pinpoint the problem, you'll find when you take shots like this and draw some lines over the forms, there wont be much harmony or flow to them. Fix that. and you'll be that much closer to nailing your forms.
Easier said than done, I know
But I thought id share it with you anyway!
Hope this helps.