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Thread: Training montage- Updated January 20th 2013

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    aaron death: ppfftt i did like 5 or something Point taken about the long eyebrow, although not all eyebrows curve, it just depends who you are haha.

    Meissner: Yeah I think it does too Oh dear. You're right about the pecks thanks

    Yesterday I felt really tired for no apparent reason and couldn't really be bothered Will try and do more today.

    Some digi..I should really spend a longer time on these.
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    The second page of studies looks pretty nice. Again, though, slow down a little and take time to pay attention to the rhythm of the figures, 'n all that good shit.

    The digi looks nice. My one complaint, though, is the screens being perfectly flat. Maybe turning them at an angle, slightly, so they're arced towards the fella' sitting in the chair.

    Good stuff.
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    Meissner: Yeah really wasn't feeling it that day, i have impatient patches And I'm feeling what you're saying about the screens, would have helped composition too, need to think about these things more. Thanks!

    I've been feeling like crap the last few days, but I think I'm pumped again now. Need to get learning.
    Character just playing with design and trying to make something different :|
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    Then went to Miles' and cooked up this badboy. I basically need to think about contrast more, and perhaps form aswell. Also, I think the casts under the breasts bring them out way too much
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    And some leg studies to end the day. Going to start studying more.
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    Wow, nice legs studies ! You also improved in rendering ! Yeah, maybe a bit more contrast, also try to draw darkervalues for the background, your lighter values will loks more " light" ! It' funny because the character design in the post #662 looks like you, i mean your face :p also be carreful with the cast shadow, especially the one of the face, in the "light band" area, the cast shadow should be darker ! Keep working

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    Walid D: I know what you mean about darker backgrounds but I don't think it's a necessity. Also the form of the hair would probably have gotten lost in the darks. Thanks

    Some studies It's too hot here (although probably not by other people around the world's standards) It's hard to concentrate haha.

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    Sweet studies dude you just keep improving and at a 'oh my goodness this is so much better than last time I checked this sketchbook' level - that sir is inspiring methinks it's time for another level up high five .... :high five!:

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    Nice studies. Especially the last page.

    Your digital photo-ref'd studies always remind me that I'm fucking terrible at them. I guess I better fix that.
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    The7Artist7: :highfive: (we do indeed)

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    Your studies are impressive, homever your overall characters are little stiff.

    how to fix this? some photo reference from dynamical poses? Drawing dynamical fiqures from Hogarth is really helpfull in here, this might sound weird but looking trough alexander pachenko sketchbook for fiqures helps me a lot before drawing, might want to try that one.

    Keep us posted, steady progress keep this interesting.
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    Nettle_Mountain: Yeah gesture should be more of a focus, but I'm too scared to leading it away from the design I've been meaning to do Hogarth stuff, when I have more time I will for sure. And yeah, alexander's art is incredible. Thanks

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    Nice studies mate.In everything you do try to use the linework that you use in your anatomy studies(for example in the muscle studies)
    In the others it seems non confident and rushed.
    Keep up studying and you are gonna do great!!!
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    Christ man, you do improve fast don't you?

    Your lastest sketches have the same sorta awesome line qualitys as Miles, great to see it rubs off on you, you lucky bastard

    Diggin the Bridgemen studies as well, solid work Sam!

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    kingkostas: Thanks but in the studies I'm just copying Bridgeman's lines, my actual lines are shit.
    Matt: Haha I wish I had the same kindof lines as Miles, no chance. Thannkksss

    I don't know what's up lately. We've had a huge heatwave and I guess I feel I should be out doing something instead of inside drawing. And when I do draw I feel impatient and they suck. I kindof had a spree of imagination stuff but then it all began to look the same so I need to study more. Also I ran out of HB leads and I'm only left with 2b. I can never get the light values with them that I get with HB and end up with low-contrast crap. But I guess this has happened many times before..I'll find a new way out of it.
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