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    Très sympa les poses ! La dernière me paraît allongée mais sinon je trouve ça plutôt juste !

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    Big thanks for your advice,I did correct my last drawing as you told me to do and it´ much better now! Can I ask you for advice when my new drawing becomes difficult for me? I promise,I won´t be annoying...
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    Yo gros, quoi de neuf ? classe tes travaux, ca fait un bout de temps que j'ai pas posté ici ! Continu a nous inspirer ! a+

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    T.a.i.v.a.s :... j'avais aussi une impression d'allongée dans les croquis avec ce modele, je dirais comme excuse que le dessin a pris 5 minutes, mais c'est pas en se cherchant des excuses qu'on avance.. les poses de 5 minutes j'ai encore du mal a les mettres en places....faut a mon avis que je pense plus en termes de volumes simplifié a mettre en place apres avoir posé les directions...je suis encore trop dans le detourage....merci de ton commentaire.

    m.j. You can ask each time you need...can you put a link to your sketchbook in your signature?

    Walid D : " yo gros" ... je suis pas gros... je suis enrobé.... merci de ton commentaire

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    Thanks once again! I´ll let you know when I get into a trouble ... and I will put a link,but
    there´s not much to see...
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    Good sketches, and great job experimenting with compositions! Keep working on your figures. Some of your proportions are off, usually when some part of the figure is fore shortened.

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    M.J. : I think you should add a link in your signature, not only for me but for everyone, it's easier for everyone to find your sketchbook....and maybe, I hope, will you have comments from very interesting personns....

    Tripage : ... :-/ ... some proportions are off? I don't see mistakes when i do some...I think your right and I try to find some method to correct it...to improve...Maybe that there are no solutions except drawing a lot from life....thanks a lot for your comment...

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    ...I try multi-limbs works to...it's not very original but maybe it can help me to improve....

    Comments are welcome...in your opinion which exercices can help me to improve???

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    anotherone done before eat...

    edit...I add a colored version.... I think the result quite nice....

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    Heya! You have some really good studies here, and you have an expressive line! Keep it up

    On the multi-libs, I think that you should choose which is the "main set" and then draw the others lightly.

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    Thanks for your comment morgado...I'll draw another mutli limbs for you and try what you said...

    I'm happy you find the lines of my drawing expressive, because i search a way i don't find and finally have the impression they are boring....maybe drawing with charcoal could be interesting ?

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    Très sympa tes exercices de mouvements, tu utilises des modêles ?

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    I don't care about construction on this one.... I just try to give volume....

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    C'est plutôt réussi ! Respect pour tes poses, comment t'entraînes-tu ? Avec Loomis ?

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    "Respect pour tes poses, comment t'entraînes-tu ? Avec Loomis ?"...si tu parles des multi-membres, je te répondrais que c'est de tete...pas de ref, rien....par contre les poses comme ca

    c'est d'après nature.

    apres....l'entrainement je crois que c'est un peu tout... le fais d'en faire et d'en refaire d'apres nature , ca finis par rentrer...ce tapper de l'anatomie, essayer de synthetiser le corps...je pense que tout ca on fais que ca a finis par rentrer un peu ...

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    The figure studies look very good, colour and composition you can still work on. But i'd say you're on the right track here, keep it up!

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    Hi there! I must say that look of the young lady is amazing! Really nice work! On the coloured version somehow body distract my view (please don´t get this wrong),so I´m for b&w version!
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    walnut : Thanks for your comment...I try to to do a bit like you today...post a lot of drawing

    m.j. : I admit your right about the colour on the body...Don't worry a comment can't get wrong.

    Most of the drawings are drawn from 3 min to 5 minutes

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    Some drawings i've done from photographs of a quite known pornstar.........

    If you find this drawing shoking i'll erase it

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    I've got nomore teacher to help me to improve....so I continu to draw from life but with no dialog....
    Each pose was drawn in approximately 20 minutes...maybe more maybe less....
    the last picture was drawn while I thought to boris vallejo's paintings i looked younger...no refs of course....

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    Very good studies, you'll know the human body in no time!

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    Morgado : thanks for your comment, I hope you're right and I try a different way to draw since few week....I usually draw the outlines then I "fill the blanks", now I try to draw as aztcfireflower say, draw positions then volumes....

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    wow.. nice anatomy understanding uve gott.. draw and post more.. (:

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    Great studies mate! Keep it coming,´cause I´m watching!

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    m.j. north pole: thank you for your comments. I hope you will like this post
    . This is a wip, I try the new tablett my girlfriend bought me for christmas. An illustration with a chupa "chicanos" cabra..

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    Your live drawing sketches show a lot of confidence, nice work , but that gets a just bit lost when drawing from imagination.

    A good exercise (I think ) to do every once in a while, that helps a lot with drawing from imagination is to place the model behind a curtain, come look look at the model for x minutes, then go back to the drawing board ( from where you can't see the model) and try to draw what you remember. This way you force your brain to faster understand what it is seeing.

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    Oddo : your method seems interesting... I'll try to do it when I'll draw from ref, and mixed it with anatomy. To be honnest I begin know and post two "speedpainting"

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    here is another stuff drawn with my tablett...I control the opacity with the pression of the pencil, it seems to be a good way (better than control the flow ) and I think I can draw quicker, colours are not very good So I'll try to work every day.

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    wow the nudes look really good , that's improvement i say , no doubt , but the colors are a bit disturbing , you need to make more study in the color region if you thing color wold be important , if not you could concentrate more on you pencil stuff ...

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