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    Ikor's Human Anatomy [updated weekly]

    I'm 19 and attending Art Institute of TN. I recently got into realism about 3 years ago, but I only did busts. Now I'm trying to expand my skills into understanding all areas of anatomy. I'm mostly self-taught so any help and critiques on my progress would be wonderful. And if anyone is interested in becoming my mentor for human anatomy, I'm all for it!

    Some anatomical studies of women. What is ironic is that I'm one but can’t get breasts right for the life of me. xD Mostly quick studies, I decided to do some figure study of some sort daily. Anyways, critique and enjoy!
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    welcome to CA! i like your style, but its hard to judge since i cant see anymore drawings. so update often and keep it up!
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    Bulgarian Boy

    Something I no longer have the gusto to finish. Was supposed to be a quick study but this took 3 hours. D: I'm going to try and do portraits under 2 hours. Image was from a NG magazine, they always inspire me and have the best photos.

    This is in my older sketch book thread, but I'm trying to delete it now. I can't find the delete button though. Meh...
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    Thanks for the welcome and stopping by, and I'll be sure to upload a lot more.
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    I like your style, its very nice. You have a good grasp of anatomy and perspective, I can't wait to see more! I would love to see you try other styles, just to see what would happen. For instance, cubism, perhaps a view painting or surrealism? Ya know, branch out. I think it'd be interesting to see what you would come up with.
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    Thanks a lot for the comment, but I do feel as though I can improve a lot more than where I am now. :>

    But sure! I'll try that out sometime! I do like surrealism and have been wanting to do more of it. I just have a hard time getting the exact idea down on paper most of the time. xD But the only way I can improve is if I try.
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    Your figure drawings are sound, especially the shaded faceless one. You also have magnificent painting skills I see. Please, give us more. We want more!
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    what else it there to say?
    haha
    after reading other people's comments, i can't say anything that hasn't been said! AWESOME stuff! i love it. that bulgarian boy is superb! i can't wait to be seeing more stuff you post on here
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    Im definately keen to see some more from you, it sounds like we are in somewhat similar situations, Im also trying to do some kind of study every day (yours are better though )
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    As Techno Junkie Jc said, maybe try branching out into other styles, I'd love so see what you come up with. I studied Cubism in art last year, so if you ever decide to go intio that area, just give me a shout and I'll dig out my book and give you some advice

    Just keep practicing with those figures, you're really good at them already, but practice makes perfection!
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    Thank you so much. It's comments that inspire me to keep getting better and better. I'll be sure to post more and work harder.
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    Thanks so much for the kind comment! I've actually decided to do a study on Cambodian and Bulgarian people. I find their anatomy very interesting.
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    hey, nice start... I l¡ke your style and colours

    happy new year
    and keep showin' us!
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