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    Awesome anatomy studies. Great sense of mass, especially in the first few sketches Keep it up!

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    i'm actually sitting here browsing CA with Hogarth's book in my lap. a lot of your studies are pretty accurate. Keep it up.
    these in ballpoint?

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    Nice studies man... I'm working on some of the same ones; Hogarth is an amazing source of reference... It's good to see someone else going through some of the same motions that I am. Keep it up.

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    Hey Radio! Buggered that I missed your last few updates, but have to say the improvement is already showing. Post #19 and #21, in terms of lines looking way cleaner already. Still some proportion issues to be seen (2nd page of #19, bottom left female), but those will disappear quickly with good practice. Keep at it mate, cheers.

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    word - thanks for the suggestion on Loomis, Nismo.
    Thanks for the comments guys - I haven't updated in a while so I've got a bit of uploading/scanning to do. these first ones are a little old, the later sketches are new up to today

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    scanning...

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    Nice studies. One question is bothering me: from where do you get inspirations for your poses studies? Real life models? Photographs?

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    I'm in a similar boat as you... been drawing, just not scanning and updating. Good to see you still working on the studies... keep at it and good luck with the scanning... remember to sketch while scanning... helps pass the time and you get even more drawing done.

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    Hey great work, I got exactualy the same book for studies.
    you inspire to draw from it again.

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    Dr. No - most of these sketches are from various Burne hogarth anatomy books, although some are from other random books, a few from life, a few from old masters.. some from photos - but mostly mr hogarth. I'm getting slightly tired of his studies though. I'm taking an anatomy class this january and hope to do some studies from medical illustrations and some stuff to illustrate anatomical functions.. we'll see how it goes and I'll try to keep that stuff posted.
    aphex- i'll try to sketch more while scanning, although timiing may be hard and cumbersome. It always bothers me if I get constantly interrupted while drwing. oh the sketchbooks in the scanner too.. i'll find another one
    glad to be the source of inspiration, Peter - although you can give burne most of the credit. good luck to you all

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    hopefully these pages aren't taking too long to load

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    Studies are really paying of dude. Definate improvement in your line quality and your knowledge by the looks of it.. keep posting for sure ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radio24 View Post
    Dr. No - most of these sketches are from various Burne hogarth anatomy books, although some are from other random books, a few from life, a few from old masters.. some from photos - but mostly mr hogarth.
    OK, I get the picture. Thank you!

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    thanks Randal - and sorry for the extra information dok No.
    back from class/dinner and scanning continues

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    forgot to attatch pictures... a little too much wine with dinner. what am i saying.. just enough wine! plus more!

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    the battle continues...
    top are from life, as is the self portrait

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    Really nice studies, I'll have to get this Hogarth book, looks pretty nice, thanks for posting mate

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    I recognize those Hogarth studies you are doing! They are very well done. The last pic shows you're developing an interesting line as well as a good knowledge of the structures of what you see. It'll be fun checking back here. Later.

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    thanks for the comments, guys. much more to come
    i tried "autoscan" for the first image.. interesting. I tried it again with t he next picture and it did weird shit, so its not here.

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    Good studies, Radio24. It is pretty interesting seeing someone else work on the same studies as I've been working on. I enjoyed your self portraits. You look like you have an intense stare! Keep drawing!

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    I can never catch up with this...

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    almost there....
    yeah, i guess my gaze can be pretty intense. especially when I'm drawing. I'll try to tone it down a bit

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    i think i'm finally caught up. i'm elated.
    some internal anatomy... more to come I think. I find them to be valuable studies.

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    image on the right is a WIP sketch for a cgsociety anatomy workshop. I'll post this page again when its done.
    now I must be on to the daily portrait.

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    Very nice anatomy studies. They seem very life-like and accurate. I'd like to see you do more women studies.

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    You are putting in some hard time with those books and its doing you a lot of good...I would say tackle the old naked human models. Get into a life drawing class to apply the hogarthian to life...I mean Hogarth is great but you are you...

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    Your self portraits are awesome, I love the imaginative stuff. Do you have any more imaginative stuff to post? keep them comin.

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