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    Some Sketchbook (PLEASE COMMENT!!!)

    Hi all, i'm a begginer artist and i was wondering what were your opnions about some sketches i made, and will make from now on, so here are the first two!
    Great to be here,i was viewing the site for a while, great job all! and i'm sure this will serve of some kind of motivation to go on!

    So my best regards to all in advance!

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    Anatomy studies and a mannekin drawing

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    Hi SomeArtist,
    First of all it's good to see you want to improve.
    I would suggest to take a look at this site:
    http://fineart.sk/index.php?show=n&s=40&cat=12
    There are some links about Anatomy there such as Loomis or you can find a list of Loomis books here.

    There's another topic here on the forums, which can be found here
    (http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=94571) can be handy. But I suggest you start with the Loomis books. Post your progress here and I'll try to give some comments then .

    Gl and have fun.

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    Hi lyno, i already have some loomis books, but i'm having an hard time beggining with that book (figure drawing for all it's worth)


    Cheers!

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    i only have one critique: keep an eye on your proportions. it's great to see you starting with studies first. learning basics will definitely help you improve in no time

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    these wooden figures don't teach you much, really. better try sketching (not detailed drawing) from real people or photos

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    Will do

    At minimum , teach you in seeing the body in its basic shapes, thats a start i guess...

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    More studies ^^

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    Another one ^^

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    Good start, to re-itterate what deadred said earlier in ur SB jus carry on learning the basics of anatomy and you'll be able to apply it to other things in no time. You're certainly doing the right thing so stick at it

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    i disagree. i think he should be working on forms and values of less complex structures before moving to something as complex as anatomy

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    I agree with above user. Lol.

    All in all, good start, keep drawing, keep on studying and you'll start to see the differences.

    Keep it up. ^_^


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    WELL I SAY..

    have fun =D
    but be loose, you look very tense in your lines. be loose and confident! you cannot go wrong in art!

    your torsos look very elongated, and your head are short + pointy 'anime' chins, just keep an eye out on those proportions, maybe even try drawing with your paper and subject upside-down! once or twice!

    Do not, ever, under any circumstances, not have fun.


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