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    Hi Lav .
    Good to hear you're going to do more Loomis studies. For the Sp in post #71 I think the first one and third one are great! For the 2nd one, you need more forehead. Remember, the eyes are in the middle of the face .
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    Niiice studies Lav specially on the head part
    keep it up and good luck Lav
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    Been awhile since I was on the boards.

    Keep up the hard work, it's already paying off!!
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    Haha cool stuff Lav , but you'll have to do some more studies :p, googogog
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    Nice! but dont stop now. Keep on pushing! more heads!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lav View Post
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    that's very funny i like the first two, the vector style seems to be a good way to go with them. can't wait to see the other three
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    thanks again guys sorry for the late update but i had to focus on a deadline and now my internet is being really crappy (damn you belgian download limits!)
    I really tried to get some loomis studies done but i discovered something... i hate doing loomis studies! that's right, i said it!
    So gonna try to focus on studies from riven phoenix, and my anatomy book and poses
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    You'll have to find a way to make the studies fun to do. But if you like doing Riven Phoenix studies, thats great too
    Tip: Try to think before placing your lines down, now they look somewhat like "scribbles".
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    thanks for the tip, and yeah i really enjoy doing riven phoenix studies more, eventho they're a lot more detailed instead of general shapes.
    By the way, is it normal that i'm doing like at least half an hour per sketch like those skeleton hands? i really feel like i cant get any faster at all, maybe i should do more 30 second poses as well or something?
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    Damn! Now you've got a better grasp of the human anatomy than I have! (though i never really had one in the first place)

    Keep it up, I wanna see dynamic posing next and awesome cloths effects!
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    Nice studies! MORRRREEEE!!!!!
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    nice....bring some structure into these sketches. eg. the arms of the standing woman look weird...proportions are pretty good on the figures, but i guess you need loomis for faces!
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    your figures are already improving from page 1! you got some really nice stuff in here lav, keep up the hard work!
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