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    nice start,
    seeing from your sketches you aint that noobie at all
    the first faces look pretty good.

    hopefully u can keep on updating ill keep an eye on you

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    nice work, keep practising, the pdf's you have are very good

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    u doing pretty good for a noob i say :p keep practicing and u'll get far

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    @ Grafguy : thank you man , I really appreciate it. I'm going to be updating everyday even if it kills me.

    @ Maeshanne : Thanks for the encouragement , is really appreciated. yeah , the books are awesome.

    @Fox1987 : Thank you for your kind words =)

    =) I really didn't expect anyone would comment here , thank you very much guys.

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    Tora Tora Bing Bing Dori Dori Nuki Nuki

    Gesture studies , not sure if I'm doing it right...
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    A drapery and some hands
    Tora Tora Bing Bing Dori Dori Nuki Nuki
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    And a speedie before sleep:
    Tora Tora Bing Bing Dori Dori Nuki Nuki
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    UPDATE: WHeeeeee!!

    First , 30 sec gestures , still not sure if im doing it right..
    Tora Tora Bing Bing Dori Dori Nuki Nuki
    Tora Tora Bing Bing Dori Dori Nuki Nuki

    Then tried a potrait of gandhi:
    Tora Tora Bing Bing Dori Dori Nuki Nuki
    started to look horrid so I gave up

    Then I started over ,took some time and paid more attention to the form:
    Tora Tora Bing Bing Dori Dori Nuki Nuki
    Learned quite a lot from this , although neither one actualy resemble Gandhi ://

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    Yay! I broke my vow to update everydayyy ..


    Testing out painter with some figures.. shouldve used referances....
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    Yay finally got myself a scanner ^_^V

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    hey! i think your best pieces are those done in sharpy or ink! regarding yourpaintings i think you should work on form first. do greyscale studies of different things! portraits but also still lifes(they help you a lot!)then work on color. its difficult to manage both a t the same time i think! so anyways keep it up!

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    Hey thank you man , I'll keep that in mind for sure.



    Sketch while studying for exams :X I was showing my friend how to spell marko djurdjevic on the top.

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    starting the day ; ink, posemaniacs, pen

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    starting off with 30 mins worth of 30 sec posemaniacs.

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    ZOOM ! arms from bridgman , and loomis .. bridgman is soo confusing I can't figure out what I'm supposed to do..

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    Starting the day :

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    hey thar,

    seconded that by your technique, you aren't really that noobish. is good stuff. i like where your digi painting technique is heading.

    i saw that you kept mentioning that you didn't know if you were doing the gesture studies 'right'. i guess that depends on what you want to focus on in the forms. if you go the loomis-style figure route, it's more about the curvature of the spine and the way the shoulder and hip volumes/shapes interact to form a dynamic figure. you still get that information the way you're drawing the shapes, and you get more natural volume movement from your gestures.

    so, you're doing it right.


    okay. also, keep drawing. moar sketchbook!

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    Hey thanks man , seeing a comment once in a while makes me wanna draw more . as for the gestures part , I don't know how I should be doing them because i've seen people draw them in shapes , some draw them like really curvy / and has a a scribbled look to it.





    btw ; fuse died , light and fan in my room isn't working , pc outlets are fine. yay for drawing in the dark.. man this is going to mess up my eyes.

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    Colored one from sketch

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    some crap sketches for cow.. and a figure from head

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    posemaniacs and captain frog-boy


    man Im torn up between loomis , bridgman and vilppu .. I don't know which one should I focus on .. should I be looking at all 3 ?

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    hey, not a bad start, try sitting at a piece for a bunch of hours, and take breaks in between.
    I really like some of the ink work.

    I'd suggest getting a firm grasp on form though, try reducing things to cubes, cylinders spheres pyramids etc...
    Best way I've found to develop that feel.

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    Thanks for the advice man .I tried to simplify the form to shapes , is this how you do it , or am I doing it wrong?

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    Nice to see that you draw a lot of studies. This will greatly benefit you in the future ... do not stop

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    Wooo! Posemaniacs is funsies man^^ Endless fun

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    Verehin ; thanks man , I'm planning to do as much as I can everyday..

    Mischeviouslittleelf, yeah posemaniacs is awesome.


    Heres 2 pages of posemaniacs to start the day.

    1st page I was doing like normal gesture studies , on the second page I took Helioth's advice and tried to simplfy the figure to shapes.

    30 sec on gesture / 1 minute on shapes.

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    nice studies! I need to do some of those myself

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