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    Your imagination stuff could use work, especially the faces. I am loving your fashion stuff though, more more more!
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    Fraz: Yeah Im working on it, thanks for the comment

    alright starting to apply what I learn now, still not good enough but if i dont try it wont happen. Heres a combination of loomis studies and my imagination stuff, Im sure you can spot the difference lol.





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    cool loomis stuff man! I like!
    still not good enough but if i dont try it wont happen
    I like how you look at things! this´ll get you pretty far!
    keepup
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    Good stuff. The only way up is practice and it seems like you've got that mentality down.
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    Nice little studies Sketchz, remember not to rush these parts as they will shape everything that comes after it.
    Be careful with the torso planes and how they rotate in space.
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    Fraz Yeah I'm having a little trouble rotating it properly but hopefully I'll overcome it, thanks man
    BubbaGump Cheers for the comment and thanks for dropping by
    bigfooTrooper I hope it will get me far lol, thanks dude.

    more loomis/ no ref figures
    ahh stupid proctrastination,
    arghh need much more exciting poses and work on perspective
    I'm going to work now but I might do some stuff after and re-post.





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    Try to do simple poses for now, focusing on proportions ! Don't forget the body weight, try to do in real poses you draw ! Anyway, keep that work ! Do more of life painting to improve your drawing skills !

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    Hey man, fantastic that you're doing your Bridgman and Loomis, it's already started to show up in your other work! From what I can tell, the one thing you're lacking is that you're still not putting quite enough rhythm and movement into the figures- even when moving, they're a bit stiff. Keep practicing those mannequins in Loomis, they'll help you loads.

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    Yeah man focus on getting the manakin to seem real in 3d space, your rendering earlier was working to help describe form too, good shit
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    Nrx yeah I'm trying to with frustrating results, thanks
    Chagan Ditto, and yeah I'll keep practicing, cheers
    Walid D yeah good idea man, today i actually looked in the mirror and saw what i did wrong.

    Alright heres some rendering practice with a new technique and my utter frustration that i cant draw faces without a reff, I guess I just need more practice.

    Edit: the figures are drawn abit smaller than the actual pic here
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    Improving constantly. Nice job on the face, and I think you have a natural talent for clothes!
    Cool job man, nicely rendered too, however remember to lift your pencil at the end of every stroke instead of scribbling. It will make it look a lot nicer.
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    Keep on trying, youre getting there. Try loomis his books. Be patient and you will get there

    Good work, keep on drawing!!!
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    Fraz haha thanks man, yeah sometimes i was lazy and scribbled
    WriterofThanks man hope to speak to you on vent again someday

    alright I set out to do 100 heads in 100 minutes but sorta slacked, the 1st couple heads are 1 minute drawings the shitty shaded ones were abit longer. Then at the very bottom just some non reffed heads to see if I improved. Also my crappy copy of one of emily g's paintings which is in the thumbs above ^(I really should blend more and actually do the hair, too lazy lol). Also went to get a mechanical pencil today couldnt find 0.5mm T_T.
    ughhhh not good enough NEED TO KEEP PRACTICING.
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