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    One more quick lady painting, this one's non-GIMP.

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    Face drawing from reference. Took me several attempts, but that last one turned out somewhat similar, and at least the features all seem correct (to me).

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    Instead of drawing just any faces for practice, I wanted to re-work some of my older, faceless images.

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    Some sketches, chiefly from Loomis' Figure Drawing book.

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    I don't totally get the pixelly digital stuff. What programm do you use?
    What I do get and like are the many studies. Loomis is great and posemaniacs seems to be helping you improve. Keep doing that and you'll get better and better.

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    Hi Janos,

    thank you! I'll try to continue with the studies!

    Concerning the software, I'm using Artweaver, a free tool. The thing is, Artweaver's best tool is this pencil/charcoal simulation which I'm using, it's very soft and good for gradients, but it looks pixelly. I don't think I want to change this for now, but by the end of march March I am planning to buy a Wacom Bamboo fun which contintues a version of Photoshop and of Artweaver, and this should do tool-wise.

    Here's an older work re-worked, but I don't seem to get the face really beautiful/female, especially because of the lips, I guess.

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    Some more sketches from Loomis.

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    The sitting girl was done in about 30min from ref, the posemaniac one in 15min (with grid).

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    Nice studies, keep up with the work. Not sure about your image in post #58, the contrast and values are not really working here. The blurred shadows also don't help define the womans body properly.

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    Hi Janos,

    thanks for your comment! Yes, the one on post 58 needs some rework; on her "own thread" (http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho....php?t=146830), visual-banality helped me with pulling over a grid over my pic and the ref pic, and this revelead some anatomy problems which give the picture the "not quite right"-feeling.

    Here's some more work on the last one, and a new one. I must say I am happy with the last girl, I did the sketch rather quickly (after the torso study) and it looks more "clear cut" than my other stuff I think.

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    Continued one of the last ones.

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    These two are my first pictures in Photoshop!

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    First one is Loomis, rest is Bridgman.

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