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    You call them Sketches, I call them Doodles

    Okay ya'll. Brace yourself for some much needed improvement in my anatomy sketches. Please CC and give any helpful hints. I just started on anatomy free drawing this week. I can do body parts seperately and tons of anime which I will post later on today.

    Please let me know.

    This doodle is a random reference photo of a man with a volley ball. He wasn't standing straight at all. If you want I can post the original. Also, this is my work scanner not my household one.

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    Try working with a different face sketch, that would make alot of your faces seem blocky and pointy and curved and natural. A little more than just to lines for arms, I see little curve but not enough , and please show us reference it will help us help you.
    Edit: Sorry the one your using will make your faces seem blocky and pointed.

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    Evxyza92 - Thanks for you Crit. The face style is one i've been trying out for a few days...it's a bit too making my females look like shims. hee hee

    Here is the reference photo...
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    Sorry if it is a bit weird, but I used paint, Try using that for finishing the picture or the next one, and use a skeleton to do teh body that will also help.

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    okay, I will try some this afternoon during the day or at my lunch hour. TY, Evxyza92.

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    Study abit anatomy. I think u used 'how to draw manga' tutorials. If u want to draw non-anime skeches u must'nt read such tutorials.

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    throtailer - Thanks for looking! I actually want to draw anime character's, but my own not someone else's tech's so I figured I would study anatomy...it's really tough right now for me but I think in time I will get stronger in that area.

    Practice Practice...lol

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    anatomy practice

    This is a study I found on the internet by Athey Nansel-Moravetz. I found it really helpful and I hope in time I will get better with my lines and details of the anatomy.

    Sorry for the cruddy scan, I don't have mine hooked up at home so I'm using the offices and actually I'm sketching most of this at work anyways...lol.

    Crits are welcome and any help ideas, links, etc...

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    Well, try using a skelton , and keep up the anatomy studies, the meanwhile, try using a skeleton , and basic shapes to learn the placement of the muscles.

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    When you say skeleton do mean something along the lines of this:
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    very interasting dudols inspecially the last ones

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