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    The Bone Doctor Diagnosis!

    Thank you for helping to eliminate bad draughtsmanship ~ your efforts have not gone unnoticed!! Excellent figurative works!!
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    sorry for not responding all, but its my last week of finals. I swear that I'll respond and post tons of new stuff soon.

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    is that a promise?

    figure work is hot bro! dope shit all around this thread.
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    I did promise...so here I am!

    Thank everyone for stopping by and seeing me grow. Im finally free from the clutches of school for 3 weeks(I just finished my 3rd semester). I have learned so damn much and I cant wait to put it to good use. I have so many great classes next term that I cant wait to dive into. Throught out the term I learned how to paint in acrylics, learned about tons of artists, and Im loving every part of it. For a while in my sketchbook I was having a rough time, and just wanted to stab the hell out of it , but I worked through it and found a very good solution to my crappy drawings and frustrations. So I'll start off by showing you guys some sketches, that Im not to happy about(Im actually not going to show a lot more, that I think are just flat out CRAP!) at the time, but they were necessary for me to do in order to find a clearer route.

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    These are all drawing from my old sketchbook. What Im doing is keeping a sketchbook per term, so that when school is over I can look back and see improvement.

    What was happening to me was that my drawings were losing life and structure. So I tried something one of my teachers told us to do in class all the time, and what do you know, it worked out great. He always told us to be fast and loose in the begining(drawing very lightly of course). This gives you a starting point, and since we tend to start off with the details this breaks our nasty habits. So since that day Ive been trying it and it has helped out a ton. I forget sometimes and my drawings will get stiff and boring, so I try to stay away from that at times.
    What im working on now is
    -exaggeration
    -precise lines(Every line and shape has to count for something or else, its just pointless).
    -Feeling and emotion behind a drawing
    -why? I ask myself that all the time, why does the character look that way, or why am I drawing this. I apply it to all sorts of things really.
    -Touch. Touch is something another one of my isntructors referred to. Its as if we can actually feel the person or object we are drawing. Say...
    Egon Schiele, he was great at it, cuz all of his drawings were full of life. The linework itself was full of emotion and touch.
    -Design. Ive been reading some books on composition and design and now Ive come to realize how super important it is. It comes before anything else in a drawing/painting.
    -Anatomy....i get sooo confused at times...

    anyways, sorry for my ranting...
    Ill post paintings, figure drawings, and drawing from my newest sketchbook for this term soon.

    cya and thanks for looking

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    Fast, loose, long lines.
    "Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed, The world in arms is not a way of life at all, in any true sense. Under the cloud of threatening war, it is humanity hanging from an iron cross."

    ...I have a sketchbook?
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    It Is A War Out There!!!

    You are armed well ~ don't give up ~ the sketchbook are multiplying ~ I see them growing on the shelves of the art supply stores and Hobby Lobby ~ we are outnumbered ~ don't look at a blank page for over 5 seconds or your eyes will explode!!!! Come visit
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    mentler: Oh im not giving up! thx for the nice words

    Helium: You know thats right! Eventhough we joke about it at school, Kato knows what he's talkin about.

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    isnt it great to be back in school? lol, i like the new style your heading into , try experimenting with it more, could be nice and frresh for illustrations-if thats your thing if not then, keep it up anyways. lol

    post up more of your paintings
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    GOOD GOLLY ! You're gestures are nice...I mean really nice, especially starting from the guy with the spear and the rest going down. Congrats on doing something different than the rest of your class, the result is beautiful. I enjoy loose and stylish drawings way more than "academic" type studies, they radiate so much personality and intention that's completely unique.
    DO MORE O' THAT SHIT MAN !!
    And the rest of sketchbook is pretty fucking awesome too and I'm the jealous type !!
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    Oskar, great stuff in your sketchbook. I especially like the creature/animal designs. Soon you'll start the next term - please keep us updated, I'm so excited about all the stuff you are learning and to follow your progress.

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    hey i like your stuff very much...very loose drawings. it is fun to look at your sketches..keep going upwards..
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    those life drawings at the top of this page,r the best ive seen here in a while...sucess..

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    Holy Moly I.W.I.! These are greeeat! Dont be hard on yourself, I see no crap here! Your gestural figure studies are awesome because you draw the figure in angles that imply curves rather than fiddling with getting the curves just perfect, it gives them a new intensity that I dont think would be there if you just tried to super-render your figures down to every subtle variation in the form. I enjoy your sketchbook pages too, even though it seems like they are random interactions between your brain and hand, they seem somewhat composed, like you were'nt thinking about them, and thats how your brain and your eyes like to see stuff arranged in the page. I think the subconscious element of the sketchbook is why so many people gravitate towards the daily sketchbook forum...not to see uber-finished, polished stuff, but for some insight into how really great artists think when they aren't thinking about it, if that makes any sense. Anyway, I digress, great stuff and very insughtful!
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