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    I like you're characters, they have such a personality.

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    I promise to draw every day, and try to post everyday!(Changed)
    Being inspired by some of you guys,
    and thus decided to pick up my pencil everyday!

    I'll post any junk I make, in hopes of getting much
    constructive criticism and LEARN! (:


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    Fumble: I will try. but I fear that this would kinda slow me down, thats why i havent really put any effort into that. And i wanna feel what Im drawing and those lines help me to grasp the object, like touching it or smth. thanks anyway.

    drawing spirit: thanks, mate.

    chompo. Thanks a lot.

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    lots of work here man, great too.

    Gonna take a page out of your book and draw more with concept and analysis in mind. Although, at least for me, I do sometimes learn things I otherwise wouldn't have learned had I not spent a prolonged amount of time on it (as opposed to a quick gesture).

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    metalclay: Yes, this may differ from person to person. The other question is, how do we define learning? Is learning when you start to understand the subject to the degree that youre able to draw it out of your mind? or is it smth like learning in order to be able to draw things from reference convincingly?(which is often also quite hard).
    No matter what, I like switching my approaches to drawing sometimes. I try to find that middle-way between fast gestural drawing and longer studies (spending more time on one drawing). Because, as you already said, fast gestural stuff isnt the only answer to everything Ive noticed that too

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    This is actually a study of a study by John Nevarez- an amazing artist who also has a blog going. Very inspiring stuff there, look it up! here:
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    this was me doing some life drawing. It was kinda based on gestural drawing where you have only like 2 or 3 minutes for each pose. Heck, this is harder than it looks! But Ill keep it up, look where Ill end up with it.

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    moved into a new appartment. played some guitar, was busy.
    but i guess this is better than nothing. my mind never stopped thinking about drawing

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    drawing from reference. just getting my hands around some designs. smth that i never cared about until i noticed the importance lol but late is better than never, right?

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    modelled drawing in ink...but done digitally.
    after some resistance ive finally figured out the advantages of working digitally.
    Im still not at color tho. Ive "painted" a lill bit, but its really not worth showing, but Im starting to understand how painting works. Even tho, drawing is still more fun to me.
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    You have a lot of good work in your thread. I'm particularly fond of the way you draw animals, and the classic 1940's cartoony style you have.

    Not much in the way of suggestions, other than to try some Vilppu (as you suggested yourself in my thread) and see if that doesn't give you a different perspective on some things. It certainly won't hurt

    Keep drawing!

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    p sage: Thank you. I certainly will, I think his animal drawing manual is very valuable. Coming soon!

    Working on some basic head construction. Still dont really have them internatlized. Im trying and working my way "upwards". I drew hogarths stuff this morning and this is, what I came up with now.
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    Head studies looking good. Accuracy is there, as well. Very nice.

    Thinking connects desire with creation.
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