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    1) Charcoal drawing of dead fish.
    2) Drawings from masterpieces at the MFA. Left to right: Degas painting, Sargent drawing, Sargent painting.
    3) Left is 15 min. Right, 40 min--def made the legs too small; the professor drew over the model's left leg to demonstrate more subtle linework because mine tends to be rather angular and generalized.
    4) 1 min gestures.
    5) 1 hr Doodle with WIP about 10 min in.


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    Man. Those studies from post #209 blew me away. I like the colors you got there.

    I would try to make the gestures more organic. Maybe try to construct a figure based mostly on spherical forms. Use softer tools. Try drawing with a sumi brush .

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    I think the dead fish did smell when you were drawing it.

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    Farvus: I will try the brush! I did some last semester, and I really enjoyed it. But I know more about the figure now, so it'll be much better than before lolz.

    Zedron: yah...not very good quality for sushi.

    1) 40 min--messed up the proportions eh; 20 min; 10 min.
    2) 1 min gestures. Sorry they're so light, I sketch very faintly. The contours on the right one are by my teacher during the break.
    3) 30 min and 10 min.
    4) This is my canvas and some of the studies I did. It's kinda crowded, dirty, and stuffy in the room because there are so many other students.
    5) An oil study after the photograph focusing on the colors (the proportions are messed up bc this canvas' proportions are shorter in width than the actual piece). The colors I'm planning to use are viridian red, ultramarine blue, yellow ochre, cadmium lemon, phthalo turquoise, and titanium white.

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    1) 1 hr or so color/head study. Reference.
    2) Value study of my comforter for the final painting project.
    3) 1.5 hr charcoal fig. drawing.

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    oOoO great progress Yihyoung! Rendering on the dead fish is awesome. Keep up those figure drawings and your other studies dude
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    bahaha I didn't realize you were in 2 of my classes. Btw that dead fish was my favourite dead fish in the class.

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    Hey I know who you are! I'm going to talk to you on Wednesday. I remember you said you were interested in concept art!

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    Forgot to use ink+brush for the gestures...D: I'll remember next week for sure.

    1) 1 min, 5 min, and then and 1.5 hr. I messed up the height of her torso for the 5 min--don't know how I missed that. So that kind of transferred to the long pose...and then I ended up trying to it in the last five minutes...
    2) 10, 20, 40 min.
    3) 10, 40 min. I'm still struggling with getting better lines...I should use pencil instead of charcoal.
    4) 1 min.

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    Most recent at top. The skeleton drawings, most which were done 2 months ago, are for my anatomy class. It's an ongoing project.

    1) Study for final painting project. The pose was ref from a photo.
    2) 1.5 hr.
    3) 1 min gestures.
    4) 10 min, 20 min, 40 min.
    5) 10 min, 40 min, 20 min.
    6) Random crap sketch. So many pages ago I would only do long drawings, but now I've lost the patience for that...maybe this summer I'll regain it.
    7) Ref from Paul Richer's "Artistic Anatomy".
    8-...) Ref from Steven Peck's "Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist".

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    Life drawings look very solid. You seem to get them down well in 10 minutes. Nice anatomy studies too but remember to sketch them from head and apply them before they escape from your memory. Keep them coming!

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    1) 10, 40, 20 min
    2) Muscle overlay of a drawing several posts above
    3) 20 (his legs were much longer), 40 (his legs were much longer), 10 (his legs went off the page...) ahaha...
    4-5) Muscle overlays ref from Dr. Richer's Artistic Anatomy.

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    1) 10 min, 2.5 hr. His hands are too small...
    2) 1 min gestures.
    3) Final painting in progress.
    4) Ref from Paul Richer's Artistic Anatomy.
    5) 5, 1, 5 min.
    6) Two 40 min.

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    great anatomy and figure studies. very accurate. i think you could benefit from using a wider range of values when doing the greytone shading. the shading's real rough on the bone studies, which doesnt really matter since that's not the point of the exercise. i bring it up because i have the same problem. are duller pencils or smudge blending the solution? the head study on 215 had me fooled, didn't know if it was digital of real. think it's the brush texture.

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