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    nice you keep up .
    Try to be more carefull with the proportions
    see ya mate


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    I like all of your people :] keep it goinnnnnnn !

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    Cheers guys! And King, I will try to keep an eye on my proportions.

    It may seem like I have stopped again, but I actually have a huge amount of sketches to scan in, as soon as my projects finish (it is deadline time at the minute).

    Currently a few pages away from filling up my people sketchbook, I have to hand it in on Friday, so my update could possibly be Friday.

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    a lot of different people in there and nice motion on the lines.
    Whats your aim with these?
    you will try to apply the skills in some character design?
    Keep going mate

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    We were asked to draw situations with character brought out through conversation and interaction. I guess saw I saw that as an opportunity to draw as many people as possible, as quickly as possible.

    I wasn't too keen with using pen at first, because it feels too unpredictable and permanent. I got used to it though, and started to enjoy it.

    I plan to do some character design, I need to do some work from imagination.

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    Just a tiny update to show I have been doing a few sketches.

    A few years ago now I was asked by a family friend's son to draw Spiderman, whilst we were all on holiday in Prague. I said I would do it as soon as I got home. I finally got around to doing it on a day just before this Christmas.

    He still hasn't received it yet, I had to scan the page first

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    Oh yeah, I got a mechanical pencil for Christmas, after hearing such a rage about them.

    Also, I bought one of THESE. Customs charged me £18 though, which sucked.

    Even has a cheesy video advertisement too.



    If you have already used one, let me know your thoughts.

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    so cool~ those life sketches! I wonder if they are done when you are outside and observering the people? that's so cool~~~wow~~~

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    Thanks for stoppin' by man! I love all your human studies. But even more, Diggin' those few pieces of digital work. I want to see more of it.
    Here's the question I've been asking people, all those poses, the 10 second ones, what do you look at for those? I'm assuming not from life, correct?

    Oh and don't worry about being attracted to Neytiri lol, its natural. Think about it. They have the anatomy as humans, only lankier, and her face has the same structure with much cooler eyes!
    The Sketchbook of Naj and Stu!:
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    ZhouPeng

    Cheers man! Most of them are not from outside, some are (but only a few). I think I will get a little sketchbook so I can draw some people out and about. So much rain recently though, I don't really want to go outside atm....

    UmpaArt

    Thank you Yeah I should probably do some more digital stuff. Might start with some speed paintings to get into it a bit more.

    The site is www.posemaniacs.com and go to 30 Second Drawing! You can chose a time limit per image, and it throws up poses of 3D models. That is where everyone seems to go.

    Ha yeah 10 feet of lanky though! You would need a step ladder for a hug. Wait, why am I even thinking about this?!

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    Here is just a sketch from this morning. I'm going out shortly to buy an unnecessary amount of supplies for New Year's Eve party tonight. Have a good one guys!

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    Hah, ya lets not be the weirdo's with Neytiri posters in their room with hearts around it lmao. Thanks for the resource, I have not checked it yet but from what you say it sounds like it will be a place I will be visiting quite often!

    Have a good new years man!
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    ha, i also have a plan to go outside and draw people. but i think that will be some time later, after my skill was better.
    thatmust be very great feelings~

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    i am glad you keep up mate.
    Nice things.The head in the last one seems strange(anatomicly)
    see ya

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    Happy New Year

    First of all... HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

    Hope you all have had a wonderful 2010 so far. Mine has been crap for various reasons, mainly because my PS3 broke and the snow is delaying all my post.

    UmpaArt - I'll come across and check on those posemaniacs you said you would do ;D

    ZhouPeng - I think when the snow goes away I will go out and give it a try. Don't wait for skill - do it anyway!

    King - I think you are right, but I can't pin down what it is :/ , it is probably because I was trying to ignore the ref (and ended up making it wrong instead of different).

    Cheers guys. By the way, this sketchbook isn't just for me to try and improve my skills, it needs to keep you interested too - so if there is something you would like to see more of, tell me . I know a lot of it is just sketches at the minute, I'll have to start doing some digital painting too.

    Here are some additional bits from the week. Not great, but meh, at least I'm in the mood to draw at the mo.

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    yo man, that train pic is sweet! and the golf one looks so simple, but you did a good job on it. Keep up that gesture work. One thing that helps is before doing a flesh body, do skeleton boxes to get that anatomical correctness, then add the muscles and flesh on top of it. Ye, I know stick figures and boxes, sounds childish, but I bet that's what the pro's do! I'm starting to know that now.
    Behind every great master is a great student...

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