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    From zero to higher level by Diverse(Environment,character).

    Hallo falks. I'm working as graphic designer. Not so long ago realised ,that i do not want to work as designer for the rest of my life. began to draw. I hade some drawing lessons when i was 18 so now i forgot everything. Now decided to start sketchbook. Because only here i can get valuable advisces which helps me a lot. Please don't be afraid when you will see ugly stuff at the beginning. I will do my best. So please bear with me.
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    So for today:

    Some crappy poses after reading loomis book.

    The skull is from my drawing class. I just love that place Some comments would be not bad at all
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    Hallo. Some other crap i done few moments ago. Damn i love That Loomis.

    It's time to go sleep i geas.
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    Not bad at all! Since you don't want to be a designer for the rest of your life what do you hope to get into? Would be great to see some complete works from you.
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    love the series of figures, looking good
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    Thanks jackpot_anjr90. I want to draw not only for myself when i'm bored but build a career where drawing would be my primary job. I geas concept artist is the answer There will be complete works soon i hope. For now there is nothing finished i can show.

    Thanks Gdand: They will be much better in the future.


    So today's try. It is difficult to draw but i can handle difficult situations. So some of Loomis and i found today Bridgman's books. They are awsome. I like thouse a lot. Everything is clearely explained.
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    Some of Bridgeman stuff. Crappy though.
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    Great anatomy studies here, and I really love the whole geometrical approach to describe organic shapes
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    These studies are beautiful. @_@ Absolutely stunning- love to see more!
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    Lovin those studies! I recently bought Bridgemen's constructive anatomy book as well and it really does help a ton with its clear explanations, etc. Keep it up!
    Oh and by the way, are you drawing with pen?
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    Lovely practice on the skull. You're really working hard and it shows!

    Check out my own bridgeman studies in my sketchbook thread. (Link in my sig) They may help you figuring out what to look for and focus on when doing your own bridgeman studies, since I was doing them with something in mind art instructors told me - that bridgeman is something you should digest after you have a basic understanding of figure drawing, and the goal should be to interpret the mechanics rather than simply copying the drawing.
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    keep up the gestures and studies. that skull is looking good.
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    Bridgmam & Loomis forever!

    "Everything must serve the idea. The means used to convey the idea should be the simplest and clear. Just what is required. No extra images. To me this is a universal principle of art. Saying as much as possible with a minimum of means."
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