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    Hey again. These new life sketches look fantastic(!), though, as mentioned above, there are some proportion issues evident. Have you checked out posemaniacs thirty second feature? I haven't actually used it in a while but now there's even a full-screen feature, hmm...Anyhow, I think it's a pretty beneficial practice if you want to try.

    Great work, really; I love the lying-down figures (the third from last girl stands out as an example) especially.


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    First of all: I didn't manage to thank you so far, nolarc and Ex Nihilo for commenting. Would love to have more time for practicing, but studies seem to eat up more and more of my precious time. >.<

    Todays lectures were a bit boring so I took an older photo of the youngest doughter of my cousin and started painting with Corel's Painter... The motive is nothing special, but I like it.
    Last edited by gedankenfrei; June 30th, 2008 at 01:59 AM.

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    Wanna go with you - Drawing of my cat

    Long time no see. I did a few scribbles and drawings in the past months. My bachelor thesis plus fulltime job eat up almost all my time, so it's hard to find enough time to do something "bigger".

    Attached to this comment you'll find a picture showing my cat "Gismo" playing with my bag again.

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    Scribbles drawn in the subway train

    In summer I did more sketching again. Most of these drawings where drawn at the subway train, some at a lake.

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    great studies, ur on ur way keep it up m8
    Cheers/ your friend PMB

    "Painting my brain with memories of the future"
    Pencil and brush is my choice of weapons!


    My Sketchbook!
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