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    Nice work Kristina, keep experimenting and pushing that anatomy!
    Look forward to seeing more.

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    Thanks a bunch, Quinn

    Bammes studies.





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    You work so hard! Great stuff!

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    Clochette, thank you

    I need a break from all the serious business.
    Vlad (who became known as "The Impaler", prince of Walachia) and his younger brother Radu in about 1445. Testing the drawing program SAI - it's excellent for inking!


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    Yesterday night's practice:



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    Wow, great studies, especially the master studies! Keep it up!

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    Thank you, silvestri99

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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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    Hey!

    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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    wonderful stuff you have here. really liking how you treat skin tones, that's always a tough one to make look right.
    keep up with those studies!

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    Very nice studies, keep on pushing and do more of those posemaniacs. I feel your shading is progressing a bit, do you intentionally use only one shadow tone like in those bammes studies? they looked really good but you might try to add lighter and darker shadows as well for experiment

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    the shadow of the nose of the girl in the mirror seems slightlyyyy off to left too much. but it looks nice



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    I really like that oil painting of the "little tiger plushie"; it's just really nice to look at, haha. "Swamp" and the studies from this page look great too. I think one thing you need to watch for is the eye placement in faces from your imagination: the eyes often seem too high in these. Good luck!

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    Demo, thanks man I'll check it out.

    Yngling, cheers

    GusTheRobot, thanks! skintones are indeed hard but so much fun!

    Nettle_Mountain, thank you! the Bammes piece are "just studies" and it's hard to make nice subtle shadow variations from photographs :/ hope I can attend life drawing soon, but I'll be on the lookout for nice shadows anyway.

    hp, thank you

    nolarc, thanks eyes have been mentioned, I'm gonna be more careful there.

    Must practice more!





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    Hi Kristina,

    Your anatomy work is coming along great, my only observation is that the legs on some of your figures look a little short in proportion to the rest of the body.

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    Quinn, thank you I have to pay attention to proportions.

    More Bammes studies:




    Face studies from a magazine. Because I have to be able to draw them better.



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    those motion-studies are VERY nice!

    Like your work!

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    Hey, Bammes is cool, I've just taken a look into "Wir zeichnen den Menschen".
    Great sketchbook here.
    Work more on your heads.

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    Faust and Leysan, thanks a bunch cheers!





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    some of the last sketches look really nice!

    i would say just try to vary up your line weight a bit more with the anatomy studies.



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    Wow, this all without reference? Clearly I should work more...

    Are you also practicing backgrounds and ... hmm, other things than humans?

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    You got some nice new works there, very good.

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    hp, thanks I'll post some charcoal sketches soon. It's a great medium for drawing expressive lines *_*

    Leysan, thank you Nah, those last studies are almost all done from anatomy books like Bammes, or photographs, for learning. I'll post some un-referenced ones later.

    Icedearth15876 , thank you So far I practice humans only, but I have time!


    More Posemaniac stuff.


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    more Bammes studies.




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    going strong, i really liked your posemaniacs and that red page.

    How many seconds that posemaniacs?

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    Nettle_Mountain, these are 60 second poses; thanks!

    Some new Bammes studies.








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    I spent most of yesterday and today playing Caesar III, actually :mrgreen: And it's fun. The career game is quite a challenge sometimes; now I finished the Aedile scenario. Any other C3 players out there?







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    Bammes studies:





    A few figures purely from imagination. Just for testing how much I learnt.


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