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March 9th, 2008 #118
cool paintings, you obviously can color but i would check a lot of your proportions early on. also you have a similar problem to me, i think maybe you are only interested in the face for the most part, so the rest of the body suffers a little bit...maybe push the rest of the body as well as the face.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberMarch 10th, 2008 #119
hp, thanks I'm doing anatomy studies right now, gonna post some of them later
Room, drawn with a so-called proportion checker (proportional divider). This tool is beyond awesome! Had I measured everything by eye only, it'd haven taken me more time and frustration to make an accurate drawing. However, with the proportion checker it took me only about 15-20 minutes and was very easy.
Watch this to see how it works: http://www.thecardermethod.com/clips.html
I made my proportional divider myself, using solid cardboard.
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Hay great style love all the studies every thing u do remindes me of an lod master keep up the stuff and check out my sb if u ever get some free time from this greatness
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March 20th, 2008 #129
Nice stuff. The colouring is great, the lines too, but the proportions, as was said earlier, could use some work. I can only imagine how great they would be if you keep studying your anatomy (which you already seem to be doing, good job on that!).
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March 20th, 2008 #130