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  1. Thread: Elephant Mech

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    The elbows on a real elephant are level or very...

    The elbows on a real elephant are level or very close to the knees.
    http://http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e7/Elephant_skeleton.jpg

    The mech drawings used too much angle and...
  2. Thread: Elephant Mech

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    Please tell me this is a joke.

    Please tell me this is a joke.
  3. Thread: Elephant Mech

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    Please tell me this is a joke.

    Please tell me this is a joke.
  4. Thread: The awakening

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    Judging by the size of tree trunks, the man in...

    Judging by the size of tree trunks, the man in this piece should be 3-4x taller than he is. I see this a lot in concept drawings-- where the artist uses a character in the scene as the sole source...
  5. People who know what they want to be when they...

    People who know what they want to be when they grow up are boring.
  6. Thread: brainbubbles

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    Hmm, I had a different reaction to these. All...

    Hmm, I had a different reaction to these. All compositions except for the last one are difficult to read at first glance. The elements don't seem to have good relationships to one another, and the...
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    That's exactly what I thought when I saw them. ...

    That's exactly what I thought when I saw them. Perhaps you care a lot more, or are more interested by, animals and people? Or you think landscapes are just backgrounds and are therefore secondary...
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    I have the course as well and have found it...

    I have the course as well and have found it fascinating, as much for the art history as the teaching. It's also nice to hear his honest critique of student work, he is definitely not from the...
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    SketchBook: It looks like you have a good grasp of...

    It looks like you have a good grasp of 3-dimensional construction. I also love the metal reflection studies. How long have you been drawing, and are you self-taught or did you go to school?
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    SketchBook: My husband in his office, drawn from memory at...

    My husband in his office, drawn from memory at the airport.

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  11. Thread: delete

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    SketchBook: It is difficult to capture gesture of static,...

    It is difficult to capture gesture of static, non-living things like Posemaniacs. Why not just hop on Google Images and search for action words like run, jump, dance, twist, ballerina, baseball...
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    SketchBook: Yemi775: I mostly use Deborah Rockmans' book...

    Yemi775: I mostly use Deborah Rockmans' book Drawing Essentials for perspective study. When I need more help, I search online or read some perspective threads here on CA.


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    One thing about horses that people frequently...

    One thing about horses that people frequently miss is that you seldom to never see the horse's arm separate from its body. It is true that the elbow drops a bit when the knees are picked up to jump,...
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    I have a horsie. 1677895

    I have a horsie.
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    SketchBook: You have a lot of good stuff here. Depending on...

    You have a lot of good stuff here. Depending on your goals, using a grid can be a real hindrance once you need to draw without one. Your toilet paper holder suggests that you don't need the grid,...
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    SketchBook: choopcheek: I believe that when Preston Blair...

    choopcheek: I believe that when Preston Blair created his animation book, he had to remove/change all copyrighted characters, so that would technically be neither Chip nor Dale ;-)

    Here are...
  17. Thread: RBA Sketchbook

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    SketchBook: Beautiful, inspirational work. Thanks for the...

    Beautiful, inspirational work. Thanks for the progressive digital still life photos, they are very helpful.
  18. Thread: My photography

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    Art: The tilt-shift photos are neat :-)

    The tilt-shift photos are neat :-)
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    SketchBook: Thanks for the sketchbook comment, OakLeaf. Your...

    Thanks for the sketchbook comment, OakLeaf. Your atelier work is looking great! I think it really took a lot of guts to go sit in the Louvre and draw, not knowing french (or drawing.) You...
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    SketchBook: This morning's sketches. I was so excited- the...

    This morning's sketches. I was so excited- the dogs were so easy and quick to draw that I thought I'd try some humans with the same methods. People are just not as easy to draw as animals, too many...
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    SketchBook: Hi, I think your Yellow Lake sketch has a nice...

    Hi, I think your Yellow Lake sketch has a nice mood to it. The girl in post #4 needs her eye made much, much larger. To avoid stiff poses, why not draw people in motion and save the static poses...
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    SketchBook: Where did you go? You made a monstrous jump in...

    Where did you go? You made a monstrous jump in proficiency near the end of your sketchbook. I do hope that you didn't stop drawing.
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    SketchBook: Good stuff here. You seem to really be grasping...

    Good stuff here. You seem to really be grasping the 3 dimensional Hampton studies. You're gonna be good. I just know it.
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    SketchBook: Sum Katz

    Some quick big cat sketches. Pretty sure these aren't discernible from the drawings I did 2 years ago, but I'm finding it easier to look at an image and put it on paper. There is much less time...
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    Muscle naming exercise:
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