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    Q - Figure studies

    This is where you come to see my figure studies. I post them here rather than my main sb so that I can show my normal sb to "non art people" without getting raised eyebrows.

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    That last one was done in charcoal, a medium I like but do not use much. I should. It gives good dark values, and works great for an impatient artist like me, because its like the speed painting version of pencils.

    I will deposit everything I have here. Some may be repeats from my sb, but a good number will be new to you.

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    I thought it might be wise to break it up between two posts. I'm not sure exactly what the image limit is for one attachment.

    All of these are referenced by the way. Mostly from figure drawing art books and posemaniacs. I do not use much photo ref for my unclothed figures cause I have hangups with looking at pics of naked people. I'm sure art school will cure me of that. The clothed sketches are from photos.

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    these are looking great, the only crit i have at the moment is to watch the hatching on some of the ink pieces, on your pencil ones the hatching seems to flow so much more naturally around the form but on some of the ink (most notably http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1187096413)
    it flattens the figure out and looks like it was very hurried. you may want to try using a regular ball point to achieve some varying line weights as well. keep at it.

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