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June 24th, 2012 #61
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Thanks for dropping by!
Feel a bit rusty but I hope practice will sort that out. Will churn out a bunch of "normal" studies and soon hopefully move on to some more personal/imaginative stuff.
Took your book for a spin too and I must admit it's inspiring to see all the good work, studies and progress you are making! Keep it up!
Here are some more sketches and stuff I did recently.
Must admit being a bit amused by the Cambridge online dictionary, reading the example sentence for the word "arse"..
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July 8th, 2012 #63
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Thank you Marian!
It's just an endless struggle I guess, a looong nice journey!
Gotta say one thing about the arse-comment in my previous post though. I didn't mean to come off as degrading. I just found it amusing/surprising that they chose that wording. It didn't really mirror my view of a Cambridge dictionary (probably being prejudiced though).
And after all, it's just shapes right? A huge arse can be a beautiful thing !
Here's another caricature and some animal studies.
July 23rd, 2012 #66
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August 3rd, 2012 #68
Thanks for your kind words Marian!
Some more boring studies and a few caricatures.
Will try and mix it up and post some figure stuff and imaginative pieces soon.
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Some muscle studies from Frederic Delaviers "Strength Training Anatomy" and a few random photo studies.
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February 9th, 2014 #76
Little princess with one of the royal guard dogs.
February 16th, 2014 #77
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February 23rd, 2014 #79
that creature anatomy stuff is pretty awesome. Same with the Industrial sketch, would like to see more
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February 24th, 2014 #80Registered User
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Nice sketchbook man. I like how you put the basic shapes in perspective and those little girls sketches look cool.
Keep it up!
March 2nd, 2014 #81
A few more sketches and studies.
@Ebag - Thanks a lot! Yeah, I dig skeletons and the inside machinery of creatures. Industrial Design is also awesome.. something I would like to spend more time doing.
@razvanb08 - Thank you! Yeah, will struggle on.. would be nice to be able to produce so much nice studies as you do though.. need to pick up the pace a bit :-)
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April 13th, 2014 #88
Hey Marian! Nice to hear from you!
I saw in your thread that you still pump out a lot of stuff and continuously learn. Inspiring stuff!
Thanks a bunch for your kind words. As for the girl with the dog, that's my project for the Mike Butkus class on Skillshare. I'm hoping to be able to work a bit more on it and do some rendering (maybe not colors though) before May 1st.
Here are some more figure studies. Trying to deviate a bit from the refs (Quickposes).
April 16th, 2014 #89
April 20th, 2014 #90
A few more studies.
Ok, I hope you get time to finish yours. Thanks a lot, I'm thinking about how to wrap my sketch up. Nothing more to show of it as of now, but hopefully in a week.
Yeah, me too. It was very interesting to see (and hear) the man himself at work!
- Marian Rowling,