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    Ty loads shh and i'll be posting more becuase i post about 3-10 times a day lol

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    nice studies, good to see study. Try to maintain clean nice lines

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    Oh, firs of all a question: u said in your first post " I am 13", does it mean u are 13 years old? n sorry if it was an stupid question? I asked it cause if your answer is yes those are really really excellent! and also if your answer is no! I say it again They are excellent too! really! great studies! n sorry cause my English is not very well ,ok , n good luck! I will come back!

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    Nice, and you're only 13 o.o

    Keep it up, practise like that every day till you're 20, and you'll be a master

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iliada View Post
    Nice, and you're only 13 o.o

    Keep it up, practise like that every day till you're 20, and you'll be a master
    OK, I wanted to say that!

    YeAH!!!!
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    Keep practicing and when you have 20 you'll be amazing. Nice anatomy studies too, anatomy is the meat and bones of art, can't live without it!
    You're on the right track.

    Keep it up!

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    Thanks for comments and crets guys heres just some doodles..
    but i will get my muscle studies up mabye 2mro
    Cyanid: i will practise that thanks
    cloud86: yea i am 13 years old lol, and well i think i'll draw till am 10000000 XD nd ty
    Iliada: THANK YOU *hugs**can't get hug smiley on here*
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    i just wanted to do some imgantive stuff and the dude with his back is 2pac i might redraw that bigger nd more detailed

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    Yeah, honestly the best critique you can ever receive for learning how to draw is to draw more. When I was starting out drawing I pretty much just filled pages with figures in different poses, now that I've improved more I basically still do the same thing except give them designs to give them personality now. As long as you draw a lot it's pretty much inevitable you'll become good even if you think you're not improving you still are.

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    Nice try. The proportion is correct with the guide line. I think you can try to keep your line in a certain coherence, that will be helpful for the line quality in general. Well, that's the problem I am facing anyway.
    Just try do more and maybe with some shading!

    Keep updating!

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    dont give just keep drawing, look at Mile's sketchbook the commitment and progress is inspiring.

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    Lo again, came across this and thought it might be useful to you, it's computer generated anatomy for drawing.
    They're not exactly nudes, as they've no skin, they just show where the muscles and bones are, not as good as real models, but still handy, and your dad might not mind so much.
    http://www.posemaniacs.com/pose/randomviewer.html

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    very nice studies, and I agree about the lines. (long, flowing lines as much as possible). And I've seen that posemaniacs.com before! It is quite helpful! I will stop by again and see what you've been up to!

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    THANK YOU so much guys your really encouraging and i got this anatomy book called "anatomy for the artist" by Sarah something lol and am just starting it i'll post up some stuff soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carbono View Post
    Keep practicing and when you have 20 you'll be amazing.
    yessss! yesss! u will become a very good designer certainly! Try to show what u feel with your lines and be brave and dare my friend! I will come baaaack! to see your works!

    YeAH!!!!
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    well since you can't see my studies because i have no scanner am just gonne post stuff and mabye on monday or tuesday i will u7se the school scanner.
    well this was kind of colour practise thingy because not much human anatomy is in it No FACE!!
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    Anatomy for the Artist by Simblet S. I got this on my bookshelf as well, which is a bit different one from other anatomy book cause it has a lot of photograph. I would love to use bridgeman cause there are more sketch that can be used for tracing or simply study, it's still a nice book though. Thanks for the information of devianArt, will go check that later.

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    Wow i think my webcam is in a good mood cuz it took pretty decent pictures for it quality. These are some studies i done today i do about 3 hours of studies on school day and about a whole day of studies on weekends depends on what am studing. Well the actully human ones are not very detailed because i was trying to get the shape of the torso thats all and am working on torso muscles then arms and shoulder.
    And the others are just some doodles of boredom lol.
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    Red face

    Lol i'll keep on posting might get some crits .
    here i have some more anatomy studies and the last 2;
    2nd last is the one i done from a ref pic tut
    and last i done on iscribble out of boredom.
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    last post for 2day it's 10 at night and am gonne to sleep lol.
    Here i was trying practise colouring shading and stuff still suck but getting better.
    Meh some one crits please
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    I really like your anatomy studies youve posted today, i can see a really big improvement from the previious posts you've made. Just keep at them, it may get boring but it really does improve your skills!

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    This is a great lil sketchbook your makin great progress with your anatomy stick at it

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    Well my thread is getting kind of dead.... i don't see myself improving and i can't do stuff from imagenation
    here goes nothing some playing around with brushes in photo shop nd studies
    soz for the crappy quality and crappy work but what can i say my work is all crappy but i'll still keep going i might improve 1 day......
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    for 13 you sure have the right idea when it comes to practicing. keep working the anatomy like you are it really does help in the long run. also if you get a chance check out bumski's sketchbook thread. Min has a bunhc of great poses and gestures that i think will be beneficial.

    keep working hard.
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    Well, it looks like you're well on your way, and you're doing all the right stuff. At this point, it's hard to give you any really specific criticism. Just keep working on the anatomy, proportion, all those basics. I also strongly recommend as much life-drawing as you can do. If you can't take a class (you mentioned that was a problem) then you can at least just go to a public place and do quick gesture drawings (just a few lines to capture the "swing" of the pose at first). At lunch at school is the perfect place for that kind of thing. I wish I still had that kind of access to models every day.

    I'd also suggest that you get started learning perspective, and studying the way light and shadow work on simple geometric objects, like cubes, balls, and cylinders. These are really fundamental to all drawing. Trust me, the longer you go, the more you realize it's all about perspective and light.

    Keep up the study and hard work. Good luck!

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    I aggree to the last post, but remember no drawings are crap! they only need work and practice! and it takes time and patience! so dont stop

    later!

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    ty guys done some practise today but can't update cuz my cam has a proplem prolly be fixed by 2mro

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    Keep it up with the digital studies. The repetition of drawing skeletal structures on your tablet will improve you're confidence with using the stylus and the under structure of the human body.

    Tighten up those lines. No more going over a line more than twice. That's your new rule. Make it right the first time.

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    Great studies. I wish I did studies like you when I was 13. XD Keep it up, I hope to see a lot of improvement.

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    you can scribble out the pee pee and the vajayjay if you aren't alowed to look at nude figures.

    or just not tell your parents...

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    LOL i loled at that yea i can do that

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