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    Oh god how did this get here I'm not good with computer

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    hi and welcome.
    post more stuff.
    i like the eyes,keep it up.

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    If you block in the pupils on those faces they'll look a lot more friendly.

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    Only 5 months you been drawing?? Seems like you could be a natural. Those are all pretty good. Are they all from ref, or just from your mind? I think I like that face in the middle the best.

    keep it up man.

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    First of all: I'm really sorry that I couldn't post anything for such a long time.
    I was busy as hell and I used all the freetime I got to draw and not to surf the interwebs and scan my stuff...

    @The Curehead: Thanks!
    @Extent: Yeah I was too afraid to do that. I always thought I'd f*ck it up when I'd block in the pupils.
    @Recluse: Thanks! I worked really really hard in those months to improve my drawing skills so I might not be that much of a natural after all. haha
    Also I'm using references quite often but just very loosely. I'm training myself to do the stuff out of my mind so I really try not to use references too much.

    Anyhow, I got some time again so I scanned some stuff I did in the past few days.

    Out of my mind


    some anatomy stuff




    female heads (by far my favourite topic)


    I also started drawing self portraits... still quite hard for me

    (I actually got small ears)

    My precious mp3-player and something I doodled before going to bed.





    Well, thats it for now.

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    Some stuff I did this morning. Too bad I've got to learn for some tests ... uh, I hate school.

    My coffee cup left a mark on paper so I used it for a little warm-up


    eye study


    doodling around


    And a failure of a self portrait


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    hmm... du solltest mal versuchen mit weicheren bleistiften zu arbeiten. so 5-6b.
    was nimmst du jetzt? 2b?

    sind aber n paar nice sachen dabei! keep posting!

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    @DerMonkey: Danke!
    Ich benutze eigentlich HB. Ich denke mal, dass einfach der Scanner an der "Härte" schuld ist. In rl siehts bei weitem nicht so hart aus.


    In the last two days I mainly studied head proportions (based on Leonardo De Caprio) and some anatomy stuff. Well, I think I made some improvements regarding male heads. Thanks Leo!

    referenced


    without reference


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    In the last few days I mainly did some unshowable studies (again head proportion stuff and some anatomy) so I did a bit showable stuff today so I can keep my sketchbook up to date.

    first one is one of those warm ups but I somehow liked it

    (fucked up Davids right hand proportion-wise)

    and another self portrait


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    trying to figure out how to shade things


    some messing around



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    Awesome progres here. And in only five months? Just keep at it and you'll truely be awesome soon

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    @Zombie_dla: Thank you! We'll see about that

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    Some doodling around without reference.
    Don't mind the dirty paper. I had to play with the gamma because my scanner scanned the thing way too bright.


    (boy, I have a thing for firy hair I guess)

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    Find deine Skizzen toll ;D. und 5-6 monate ... das ist wahnsinn ;D. & ne Frage .. hast nur mit referenzen gerlernt oder auch mithilfe von anderen lehrmitteln (bücher & co) ?. Wie gesagt echt gut..., garnicht auszudenken was du in 2-3 Jahren zauberst ;D.
    Immer dranbleiben!

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    woops

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    Hey, that's a very good start, good values and proportions.

    Keep up the good work.

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    good shading technique you got going on there dude, tho it does look a little shiny at the mo, keep sharing ;-)

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    Very cool, I really like the first arm seen from behind and the last face. Very Nice. More Please.

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    sehr schöne anathomie studien. deine strichführung gefällt mir gut! da ist potential, da geht was!

    Searching for female mentor! ... will pay with love.

    Website COMING SOON!



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    Good start! Post more!

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    @saa: thank you!
    @dameningen: thanks!
    @RandAlThor: ah, that's because my reference was a ZBrush sculpt, lol. Actually just wanted to become more familiar with photoshop
    @Penarow: thanks!
    @DANKA: Thanks, I will


    I just bought the "Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist" by Stephen R. Pecker.
    Amazing stuff and I'm currently studying right out of it. Unfortunately I have no working scanner right now and I'm too lazy to ask a friend.
    Anyway, I did some digital studies.... most of it is just too bad though.
    Meh, I knew that it was going to be a bit frustrating to get back into drawing but I didn't expect that I'd have to climb up such a steep ladder.


    Whatever, here are two studies and a speedsculpt I did recently

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    //oops

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    Wink

    Some random digital stuff and a bunch of heads out of my mind.
    I'm still trying to get behind this whole painting thing but it definitely is more fun than just drawing.

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    dude... sweet update... love that last page of faces... lots of variety.. more please.. :-0

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    Thanks RandAlThor! I'll definitely do more of those just because they are so much fun to do.


    so uh, a study of a painting from Benjamin because he kicks so much ass... and some kind of a map for the face based on a sculpture. Meh, looks so wrong that I'll do another (better) one in the near future.

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    Extremely busy this week but I managed to do a Alex Kanevsky study, yay!

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    quick SP, a color study, on which I gave up quite early, and some Kevin Chen studies:

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    I wish the day had 40 hours or something.. sigh


    Some stuff I think I can show.

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    Thanks for the comments Tugelbend. You have some seriously mad skills mapping the human body.

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    Hey! Super cool stuff stuff here. Your muscle studies and ZBrush stuff is tops.

    Man if I had a dime for every penis that snarled and said "Oi!"... well I'd have 10 cents about now.

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