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    Aaron Death: Actually, the last one was from my sketchbook w/ pencil ^_^

    Josef: Thx buddy~ I enjoy doing the 5-10 min gesture studies way more than the long poses. Much more expressive, and my strokes are way bolder.

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    Thanks Verehin~

    Another Yan Study...I had tons of fun with this one.

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    Took some lousy pictures and tried to fix in photoshop =P

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    Very nice studies. Like the girl on the last update, she's CUTE~
    What's the medium you used for the henry study? It looks like a desaturated purple.

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    I did it with Vine/Charcoal pencil on drawing paper. I changed the hue a little after I scanned it in.

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    nice studies, good forms and contrast. Love the last two images from the last post.

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    My second attempt at markers. I think it turned out better than the last one =P. What do you guys think?

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    update~

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    Love that marker piece. The gesture is pretty strong. It reads so well.

    Oops. Why do you study markers anyway? Isn't tablets much more efficient?

    Anyway, nice work~

    Happy APRIL FOOL'S DAY, any pranks?

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    Well, I want to make sure I'm well versed with traditional mediums, and I think markers would be useful down the road. Maybe if I didn't have a computer around and needed to make a drawing more finished..?

    Hows the charcoal coming?

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    Spent 3+ hours critiquing today, didn't get much drawing done.

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    Jebus! You've improved sooo much since the last time i dropped by, the figures are looking a lot more solid then before and your heads are just on a completely different level. If this is what life drawing does to you i gotta find a course or something... Man.. Keep going!

    And to answer your question with a belated answer; you learn a lot from just reading around on this forum, tips, techniques, teachers both good and bad, schools, everything related to art.

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    Ouch, I've done that before. The forum is a bit addicting though.

    Anyway, it's better to critique when you take a break instead of critting for 3hours+ though.

    ARGHHH, your charcoal is so beautiful, I'm so much behind you. ARGHHHHH.

    I do envy your drawings(not very constructive(.

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    Head study of a sculpture by Jean-Jacques Caffieri at Legion of Honor. Was lots of fun, until my neck started to cramp.

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    Man! I *love* your gestures...your lines are so economical and lively. Subscribing to this thread--I think I'll learn a lot from it! Do you think Henry Yan's book is a worthwhile investment? I really love his technique, but it's pretty expensive and I've read that the text leaves something to be desired...thanks!

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    Thank you Courtyard~

    I would recommend you get his book even if it has no pictures! Yes, hes that awesome. Also, its a technique book - its not going to teach you "how" to draw figures.

    P.S $25 is not terribly expensive. =)

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    Great--thanks for the recommendation. I haven't been able to find it that cheap...where is the best place to buy it from? (No need to rush your response)

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    Get it on Amazon - its $29.00 on there. I got it for $25 because I picked it up from his office =P.

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    Wow, really, perhaps I'll get that book too~

    Henry Yan's drawings are awesome though. One of the best figure drawings I've ever seen.

    What is the name of that bust? I haven't seen that one before.

    Nice job anyway~

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    Sorry Aaron, I don't recall the name of the sculpture.

    Reflection was much harder than I thought...lol

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    some gestures.

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    Your figures are absolutely lovely. I'd love to get where you are with Charcoal. Guess I will have to push myself more in my figure drawing classes
    I tend to despise gestures, preferring the longer drawn out works, but I think I might focus a little more on those. Your a great inspiration

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    Imaginary: thx! These are all 5 mins or less.
    Karein: Thank you, I like gestures more because it forces me to make quick decisions which usually results in livelier strokes for me. In long poses, I tend to slow down too much and start to noodle...A heathy mix of both is essential though!

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    Graphite on 18x24 drawing paper....

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    2 pt vertical~

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    Really nice figure studies! Keep it up!

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