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    Looks like my masturbation chamber, except not as tribal.


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    This last one was a pain in the ass, but I was determined to regain patience in my work. I think this was 1hour+, but I wasn't keeping track.

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    Okay, this time I'm not being tricked. You've got a good handle on perspective and form, al a. I'd suggest what you already know-- Be more patient.

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    Misty Feather yeadude

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    idk how long this took to do but the sun was setting super fast so i tried to be faster

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    As always, really nice work that you have here, dude. Everything is getting better. Gimme sum mo'.

    Loving that last environment, the living room.
    Keep an eye on hands.
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    Whoa, awesome study of the livingroom. The lighting is intriguing. Nice contours of electro gidgets, too You have a very good technical skill. Push it to the limiiit!

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    No art post today but I wanted to share something kinda important to do. If you're taking a break from sketching or painting to look at this sketchbook,
    CLICK THE LINK BELOW AND DO WHAT IT SAYS
    http://knitfreedom.com/being-a-knitt...ng-pain-relief
    Yes I know it's knitting, but surprise, knitters have hands too don't be doof and do these stretches anyway.
    Regular stretching and resting of your hands and wrists will do more for you than anything you'll find in the sketchbooks section of your art community of choice.

    As someone who is forced to slow down (and sometimes stop painting altogether) to avoid worsening my condition, I can't endorse being good to your hands enough. You don't need to subject your future self to an identity crisis because the intense pain in your hands and wrists keep you from doing the art that fulfills you.

    Did you do the stretches? Good.

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    I love the sketches, and tried the hand/arm massages. Amazing! Thanks so much for the tips-- My hand always hurts a ton when I've been drawing at length... These are great.

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    your figure work is solid. Great stuff Baps.

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    Misty Feather good, do it at least 3x a week and take frequent breaks! You don't want to be where I'm at right now with hand/wrist/arm pain.

    got a really bad rsi so between required freelance projects i haven't been drawing, so i can let myself heal.
    i tried drawing at this week's workshop to figure out a way to stress the nerves less but there was no way around the pain.

    here's some of the stuff--i'm really gonna pay for overworking my wrists when the meds wear off
    lemme just say it again

    TAKE FREQUENT BREAKS
    PRIORITISE ERGONOMICS
    and if you have pain, DON'T WORK THROUGH IT. DON'T IGNORE IT.


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    Amazing figures. Simply amazing. I love the flow. *stares and tries to take it all in*

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    I really enjoy your figure drawings. Hope your wrist gets better soon.

    Also, I've noticed in a couple of your figures, it seems you are using the "bean" technique and in others it looks as though you are using the "find the ribcage/skeleton" technique (I could be wrong about everything). Do you have a go-to process or does it change up?

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    Misty Feather thank

    Incho Yep, you got it. It's the drawing process I learned from my teacher,Will Weston. I try to change my process up sometimes to figure out my own set of solutions to figure construction. His (and similar) methods are imo one of the best to start with if your goal is to be able to draw with ease from your imagination.

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