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    More quick gestures

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    And some more

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    Another batch. This is getting monotoneous or however that word is spelled. Ill post some drawings next time.
    Also had a go at alternativ shadow in photoshop .. didnt realy work out to well though.

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    Dragon on a stick

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    Another dragon.

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    Unicorn/pegasus

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    Starting to take a real look at anatomy.
    Didnt realy bother cleaning it up since its just for practice

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    solid studies and a nice line
    I guess you r on the right way... keep it up

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    My father used to read me fairytales when i was a boy and this is one of them.
    It was so scarry when he met the three dogs!

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    Late night entertainment.

    Still working on this one and its a lot bigger

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    This is about as far as im able to take it with my current skill. I definately need to check up on some light/shadow

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    Wanted to do a witch flying on a broom. And this is the first step. Trying to figgure out how one would actually sit on a broom. Seeing as its kinda hard to try out, stickfigures allways comes to the rescue

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    studies are looking nice.
    some of the more "story-book fantasy" is less appealing to me.
    show more range in subject matter.
    draw ur room. just loosely gesture out a room. ur friends ect ect. draw all the time.
    studies show devotion keep it up

    sketchbook

    looking for work! pm me

    blog!
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    Finaly tried digital painting. It not much. But its a start

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    Doggie

    roidvoid: thanks for the tip, gonna try it and see what happens

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    Cool studies. Did you study Andrew Loomis's drawings? If so, where did you find them?

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    coletheslaw: Thanks. Ive looked at Loomis, but his stuff is still to advanced for me. What i did learn from the quick look i had though, is "do stickfigures, lots of them". Andrew loomis books can be found all over the web. Just do a search for "andrew loomis torrent"
    I can allso advice everyone that stops by to have a look at "Strength Training Anatomy" for anatomy training. There are lots of irrelevant muscles in it, but the ones that are relevant are shown realy good.

    Uploaded a quick perspective doodle so as not to reply without any picture ,)

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    A bit more gestures

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    hey, that tree really looks great! do some more digital stuff in that way!

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    Nice studies. :] Keep it up. Your digital paintings look good, maybe try a few in color.

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    Been working on a digital painting now, but it takes awfully long and isnt even close to finished.
    Seeing as i got pretty bored with it, i did this after skipping through Iain Mccaigs videoes.
    The guy is bloody brilliant btw.
    Its not finished, but nothing i ever do is, so i might aswell post it.

    Space dudette...

    Te-can and Tmoe81 ill post the paintings once i finish it. Thanks for the comments

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    After the last drawing i understood how much a bad face can ruin a drawing. So now its about time to learn how to draw faces.

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    i love the diagonal use of motion

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    Wow, killer stuff for only drawing for a month!
    So is that a month of being serious, or literally a month that you began?

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