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    Ya got killer lines an wicked values w/ the pencil can't wait foe some moooeeerrrrr' keep up the goods


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    Not a lot to comment on here, but just keep working! Continuity is the key

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    great seeing you work hard, only way to go!
    One of my few cents considering your lifestudies, especially the hand.
    It seems a bit that your are searching for the outlines only to lay your lines down on the paper, which means that you seem to forget thinking about the mass your hand in that case is having in space. Try to work from the "inside to the outside" a bit more, meaning building the hand up from bones and muscles. don't put all of it on the paper just think about it, keeping in mind that the hand is a mass consistiong of various smaler masses. I think it's important to find more than one way of thinking while drawing, it will help you check yourself more easily. Sometimes it's easier to lay in the outline, sometimes it is more efficient to "build up" the drawing or to look at negative space or simple shapes....stuff like that
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    Well dudes, i'm realy tired, so i'll reply to everyone later ! I really appreciate your support ! Anyway, i'm back to update ! So here is the studies i did today, + a few old stuff ! everything i did today was from mind, exept the unfinished digital study

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    you've got the right idea. ref, draw from life, ref, draw from life, repeat indefinitely. best way to improve. great work on that last one. looks quite painterly.
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    Hey, what happened? latest ones looking really good! The blue girls wais could read better if the cloth would follow curves more (now it is quite flat)

    Damn i have been lazy, i will do next study from life, an idea for challenge???
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    nice mate, that latest one from life is very lovely, your sense of colour seems to trump your basic drawing skill slightly at the moment, but your really working on that which is good to see, keep going bro.

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    ooooooh, i love the studies. (a lot of too)
    colour too. hmmm! *dribble

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    sourgasm : Thanks man ! Yeah, i'm trying to work both from ref and from life, the best way to improve for me !

    Nettle_Mountain : Haha buddy ! Thanks ! Yeah, for the girl's clothes, i also noticed it after reading your post ! For the challenge, i don't have ideas, but if i find something i'll pm you guys !

    DannySketch : Thanks dude ! Well, i'll draw more then ! but you're right, i also find i'm better with color than with drawing ! anyway, have to improve in both haha!

    dwardo : LOL ! Thanks man ! but if you wanna be inspired from hard work, check the algenpfleger's sketchbook !

    Well today : big flue ! But i managed to draw a bit between my naps ! Drew a few bodies from ref, and i also post faces i did a few weeks ago !

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    Awsumness improvement I dig what you're doing with the faces, the only flaw i can see is maybe that the eyes are too wide but that depends on your refs. Try some stuff where you sketch out your base in rough and then describe the facial features through the values you see. The chicks are looking hot man. I think we should OC soon Keepitup

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    i like the improvement! your faces need work on the noses sometimes but your pretty good other wise. Try doing more detailed faces as well, with wrinkles or something. Btw your one girl you painted here:

    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1242932944

    looks to plastic, try making it more skin like.

    btw really like the bowl life paint. I should do a life paint sometime...been doing to many things from photographs.
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    Damn nice impovement of this page alone!

    Like really man, look at the faces and portrait's at the top, and look at the ones in the last post! Now thats porgress!

    Sorry havin't been in here in a while, you really are getting better! Love the digi studies up there, I need to get on to those.

    Thanks for stopping by my thread too man, appreciated.

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    O___-__-___O crazy bastard! crazy I say!! scary how clean and nice your stuff is coming along!
    how long did you sit on that one http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1242932965 ??

    anyway, keep it on
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    Nice SB! Keep those studies up and running for miles and miles, but also keep trying different approaches when it's about gesture drawing. Today I'm lacking some English skills so I find it a bit hard to explain but, remember to be sure that you really know what's going on underneath that shape or contour lines, were the bones are, how the muscles are working, etc. You've got some very good suggestions of what to try (check what Gloominati says, for example) and I think your gesture drawings and understanding of shapes and anatomy and all that could benefit if you give them a try.

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    SamC : thanks dude, yeah, i'll try some heads with only values, it looks fun ! for now i'm focused on the anatomy and the gesture drawing + faces ! i'll try to improved in that way for a few months ! Thanks again, and for the oc, well, you're in New york, and this week there will be the thunderdome, so maybe the next week !

    My57 : Thanks ! Yeah, i wasn't really happy with the portrait, it looks so fake, without life ! but i'll keep practicing, will do quick studies of faces, etc ! and will improve in that way !

    JailHouseRock2 : thanks Matt ! Yeah, i'm also glad of my improvment, but i'm faaar away from my goals, so will keep it up !

    Mr. Phil : haha thanks Phil !

    luness : thanks man ! I really appreciated your post ! well, i totally agree with you ! the thing is that i don't know anatomy very well, so i'll learn anatomy as hell, and i'll take some refs, but i won't draw the lines, but the skeleton, then the muscles, like you said ! Thanks for your comment

    Well i didn't scan the stuff i did today, so i'll only show you some skintones studies, they mostly sucks, because my anaatomy's knowledge sucks ! so i didn't know the shapes of the body -_- i used the sketches of my bro Hygami, who helped me so much with skintones ! THAAAAANKS BROOOOO !
    Well, i'll do the newborn thunderdome ! I know i won't go far, but it will be a great experience, to draw " against" other artists, and i hope i'll learn things, and that to motivate me a lot more, to study more, to be better and to win the next thunderdome

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