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    A few more Bridgman studies.

    I have been doing some other stuff as well... problem is that there are so many obvious flaws that I feel like more practice is in order before getting crits on them.
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    A mouthful of Bridgman!

    So.. a few mouthstudies and more Bridgman.
    The mouths are reffed from photos and drawn with a 4B pencil.

    I think its hard to get an even shading, especially the light tones (I did not use any particular technique other than varying the pencil-pressure).
    Some of them also feel a bit "outlined" here and there, not being integrated to the surrounding flesh.

    C&C:s welcome!
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    More Bridgman...

    Got the book Force: Dynamic life drawing for animators by Mike Mattesi yesterday and am in the process of going through it. Really interesting.. and great, lively drawings as well. So hopefully, I can show some gestural stuff soon!
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    Bridgman continued..

    More studies.
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    YEAH! That's it dude! Keep rockin' those studies!

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    Oh Bridgeman, how I love thee! Great work on those studies, have you done much in applying his stuff to actual models (or stock photos)?

    I really should do more Bridgeman work myself, there's so much he teaches in a few simple images.
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    Sublimus - Yeah.. thanks! Planning to do just that!
    Nezumi Works - Yep, love them too! Not started to really applying it yet.. but will definitely do that as soon as I feel a bit more confident! Thanks for looking!

    I think I'm operating a bit too much in Xerox-mode at the moment, but still feel that I am learning. The proportions are still not good but some aspects of the process seem to develop slowly but surely. I think I will try to analyze what I draw a bit more when the actual measuring/looking/drawing gets a bit more automatic.

    More Bridgman studies.
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    More Bridgman studies.
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    Learn by doing. Learn how to learn without asking a million questions. Learn to trust advice. Learn to go with your gut, to go on your own volition. Go. Do."
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    The movement and muscles in those last few Bridgman studies are beautiful. I love them.

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    RenitaOraLlama - Thank you for your kind words!

    Some more studies.
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    I think your diligence with these studies is paying off already Show us more!!!
    Look, see! Nifty art! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=99803

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    AmontilladoAg - Thanks! What I'm feeling so far is that proportions seem to get a little bit better, which feels good. I felt I had absolutely no control over that in the beginning whereas now I feel slightly more confident.

    More studies Sorry about the lack of variety.. it will come.. promise!
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    Bridgman continued.
    "Less questions. More doing.
    Learn by doing. Learn how to learn without asking a million questions. Learn to trust advice. Learn to go with your gut, to go on your own volition. Go. Do."
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    mhh nice. now we all know that you know every page of your bridgman book.
    next step: stop copying and start to draw from nature or imagination... develope your own style

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    Some awesome anatomy studies here!

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