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    EDIT: oh what a mistake, I saw only the first page, it seems... I was too tired last evening, sorry. but I left what I wrote.
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    the male torso in #23 is nice, but... when you left the torso, you started to make the body parts thinner, the arms, the neck... they aren't like this. OK, the torso was the main topic, but those parts are still in the picture, don't spoil your work oh and the neck isn't in the center, but you did a good job, you've improved a lot, keep it up!
    I wish to see more environments from you, I think you are able to grab something important there... I'm a totally complete beginner in enviros, but I know/see/feel they're important in creating the atmosphere and I enjoy looking at nicely done ones, they can be simple, quick, without much details, the atmosphere is the most important...
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    the second-page stuff... wow, you make tons of studies and improve a lot, great
    and I see some nice critters here, my fav is the one in #44, it's lovely.

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    I like your hans/arms and feet/legs studies, also those figur studies with stickmen looks really cool, and it looks well done too ^^
    I think your digital works are a bit stiff, not very dynamic compositions, or poses, and few colours, but on the first page there's one I really like. I think it is called downtown? Well anyway the colour verson of the city that seems to be kind of falling, verry cool. Don't know why, at least I do like the shape of the city, and the colours and maybe the composition too.
    Back to the tradional work, I think you need to work on the faces, but I see that you have updated a lot, and I'm sure you'll get there.

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    Hi there Ronald Liu!
    It's really great to see how you are trying to help others on this forum!

    I just want to say that you've improved like hell since page one! your pictures of enviorments are great, just keep on with them!
    The anatomy seems to be lacking abit, but you're working hard on that!
    Just keep it coming, and you will be great!

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    ChuanMing: I understand what you're saying there. It was actually a scrapped rendering exercise with 2 colors.
    duck_king: yup life drawing eh
    shiNIN: actually that was really helpful you made me see those flaws
    Noire: yes I feel that it's empty too, really need to work on composition
    Dannelf: thanks for dropping by!

    my first life figure drawing, my first undressed woman... screwed up, need to study anatomy carefully

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    Bridgeman stuff = good! As for your life drawings, try to block in the proportions in an early stage. For example: the leg in the piece with the woman sitting, her head is too big compared to her body (I could be wrong , maybe the neck's too short or something). Really check those proportions, my suggestion is to study Loomis a bit more.

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    .Improvements are visible indeed! Great start, overall! Keep going.

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    thanks for stopping by, Ron! ok, so i was highly considering to just play my xbox all day, but since people are starting to post in my SB i feel like i have this responsiblity again...looking at your anatomy gets me all competitive. ha! your studies since the first post have improved so much. this SB is like epic improvement. bravo! i really want to do that many studies of anatomy, like now. your going to be really good soon, i bet your younger than myself too, grr. ha! keep it up man. your really inspiring.

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    ChuanMing: Yes. Will do.
    Jansi: Thank you!
    J.Hansen: Actually I'll be 16 in a month, too. It's never too late to do the right thing

    I'm stuck with huge hand construction problems right now. I've worked out the basic proportions but the rest is crap. It's frustrating.

    i was taking a break and this thing came out and i don't know

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    Hey Ronald!
    Whew, your output amazes me man!
    keep on pushing yourself, keep on taking it to the next level!

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    It looks like a landscape. Quite good.

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    Filipino: thanks
    Ming: yes i had a mountain in my head

    what i've been doing lately is bad i try to do it without ref and i failed
    so i used my own hand as ref, but still bad
    tried to do a self portrait, drew some characters from the zohan movie (it was a poor movie, really disappointing)

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    Hey. Nice sketchbook, I can see the improvement from the beginning to the last few posts. No real critique, just keep it up and keep improving.

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    Hi Ronald, dude I am so impresed with your improvement!
    Your anatomy and life drawing has come on so much since the first page, and
    I think the Hogarth studys really upped your skill as well,

    great work man, keep improving!

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