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    And now, more lunch portraits!
    They aid in digestion.
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    I need to do more of these but I've been slackin lately.

    C&C always welcome.



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    I've been trying to work in some more landscape studies because I have zero sense of proportion and scale.
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    I also managed to get myself down to the Rodin Museum in Philly and did some quick studies of the sculptures.
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    For those of you not familiar with Rodin, he is the friggin' man of sculpture along with Brancusi.
    The awkward looking one is John the Baptist.
    Most likely shredding a guitar solo.
    And a quick selection from the never ending lunch portraits.
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    Peace dudes. Gots more stuff to do.

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    Quick update here. Did a few more rendered sketches after looking through Kemp Remillard's and Wes Burt's work (absolutely amazing! )

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    Definitely going to keep working this way for a bit cause I can works shit tons faster.

    Peace

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    Nice sketches.
    It is always good to study anatomy.
    keep posting!

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    Hey y'all, quickie portrait here->
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    Did this in a couple hours to kill time until the post office opened. I'm not quite satisfied with it yet but I'll have more time to work with it a bit more later.
    C&C?

    Otherwise,
    Peace!

    PS: Tomorrow is FREE COMIC BOOK DAY! Go get some comics without paying money.

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    A few figure studies this week. Since the semester ended I can put a little more time into these ones. I've been keeping busy with sparse bits of freelance work. No complaints here! Gonna get back to the grindstone soon.

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    Thanks for wading through the dump of images that is this page to make it to the bottom. =D

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    lookin' good. i recommend paying careful attention to proportions when you do these longer studies. maybe try doing a simple block-in of the model and his/her proportions before you get into the detail. also, try and draw the light/shadow shapes before you put tone down and keep the values simple. squinting helps with this. just keep chipping away at it. i can see you've improved.

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    Nice anatomy/figure studies so far!

    I definitely agree with the previous poster about blocking things in roughly first, though. On your left figure, first image in your last post, for example, the legs are a little short proportionally, and that's a lot easier to change when you're not already locked in. Don't be afraid to change around the bigger forms before you work your way to the details!

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    A quickie from sketch crawl yesterday.

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    There can never be too much sketching. =D

    namechange->Thanks man! I definitely see what you mean. Proportion is one of my most problematic problems.

    Amarok->Thanks! Yeah, I have to keep on that. I usually have to kick myself a little to get myself to double/triple check and change something.

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    Here's some of today's work. I was keeping proportion in mind with these and roughly blocking in stuff helped epically, but I'm sure there are still mistakes.
    The two less developed ones are 1 hour poses, the one on the far left I took about 3 hours with. . .

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    Let me know what you think.

    Back to fun-ness.

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    www.illustrationandrew.com/home.html
    This is pretty much the reason I didn't update this in a while. SO, go check it out. My gallery won't be quite that deserted after I get more slides taken of my more recent stuff.


    And I made this, too.
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    Gonna be doing a lot more drawing soon! Lately it's been ground to a depressing halt.

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    Your pencil sketches are really rad... Try color pencils might be ur thing lol..... good work so far keep it up and keep posting

    Hi ! Take a peek in my sketch book?My Sketchbook
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    Hey thanks for your input.
    You have a decent command of value in your figure drawings but I would keep working on anatomy. Maybe work at a bigger size?

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