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    school life drawing *updated 12-6*

    some poo i did today in class. taken with a crappy digital cam.
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    these are nice


    keep working on your head proportions.

    do some drawings of skulls. FROM LIFE.


    work on your accuracy......your marks are great...but keep working on correctness.

    be more exact in your drawing....youre nice and loose at times...keep that...just watch your proportions. the womans head in particular...and in your self portraits...the heads are always a little off....look closer....MEASURE.

    double check everything as you work. the guys forearms are very short....the fingers on the hand on the right are VERY long....

    again..yer on the right track...but you are really not measuring enough. if you are confident with your accuracy you will shine.

    got me?


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    yeah, i have been having a lot of trouble lately with proportions. i can tell that something always looks off...but i can never tell what. when i measure from the model it comes up the same on my drawing, so i dont know what is wrong...i guess i just need to practice and observe more. thanks for the comments jason.

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    Hey, I wouldn't be too upset about the proportion thing, that'll fix itself if you keep working on it. The feel of your drawings are beautiful. The line and gesture are really solid (which I think are much more difficult for most of us to get right). Keep postin!!

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    still trying to work on proportions! ahhhH!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Is that last one Jesse?

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    soul: heh, yup!

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    I think your proportion work is showing. Construction is also my current concern. I'm thinking about asking for one of these skulls for Christmas. Anybody have any skull reference recommendations?

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    littlejohn: thanks! yeah, ive really been trying to get proportions right...still struggling though. it is a never ending battle

    drawing i did today in my intermediate anatomy class.
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    Daarken, I absolutely love your rendering style. I wish my life drawing stuff had the same confidence in the line render. How long are these poses?

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    Daarken: How's that Intermediate Anatomy class? I'm thinking about taking it next semester... just kind of want to know what I'm getting myself into. Better to hear it from a student than one of those lame advisors.

    Proportions are supre critical when it comes to standing poses. Annoying, isn't it?

    Good stuff, though. Reminds me a lot of how this one guy in my class draws.

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    blackhawk: thanks! um, the last one was 50 minutes i think...the guy standing before that one was 40. not sure about the portraits...

    soul: i think the class is really good. i have sean conner, and hes really cool. i would recommend taking him. i think it is actually a lot easier...no master copies and no skeleton drawings. we just have to do one semester long project about anything we want. its cool.

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    lookin good...

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    duude...you're getting really good

    now just keep drawing...draw...draw...get off the computer...droaaoaoww !!

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    today was the costume carnival and i totally forgot. i woke up at 11:30 and ran down there. it started at 9, so i was totally bummed. i spent most of my time taking pictures and doing a painting...and when i got home my pictures are so pixelated...my digital cam sucks so much balls. i was able to get in 2 quick sketches between poses. i think they are about 10 minutes each or under. not sure.
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