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    Keep posting, this is looking good. Work on your gesture drawing- try and decide what you want to capture. Set a goal to achieve. When you are drawing fast it is too hard to get everything. Great to see a nice variety too!

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    @Sirkenneth: Thanks for dropping by. Yes my gestures i really need to work on. Gonna study alot more vilppu AND i am now attending life drawing classes. so hopefully you'll be able to see some improvement soon

    Yesterday I was at my very first life drawing class ever, and it was awesome!

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    Not much stuff for today's update.

    - Vilppu studies
    - Hands
    - MMA value study

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    Sometimes it just feels like im walking backwards

    ... Oh yeah and it's my birthday today

    - 2 MMA studies
    - head from imagination
    - Random scribbles ... act like you can't see them

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    Happy B-day
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    twins eh Happy birthday to you too :p

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    @Fumble:
    @Lyno: Yup and thanks!


    - poses, tried to focus solely on the action ... fail
    - digital stuff

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    Very small update for today. Got a lot of Massive Black Downloads for birthday and have been looking through them all. Then started really studying Jason Chan's Style Exploration. So here's an inital sketch. Gonna keep exploring it some more and see what comes out of it.

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    Finished the character and i've found out i can't draw anything from the neck down very well ... so i did a study of a character from characterdesigns.com.

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    Wow nice studie. Although I would suggest you do even more truck/figures studies so you'll get comfortable with the stuff below the neck .

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    @Lyno: Yup definitely need to do more of those studies. Working on some right now, and will upload them tomorrow. Thanks!

    Todays batch:
    Kchen studies. Not much but i've been working on a character too.

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    Hey nice character studies. Keep them up and you'll be drawing your own creations more ease. K chen are great to study, I haven't had any luck finding any of his demos on hands though.

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    @Pigeonkill: Thanks i will havn't found any of the hand studies either, only the head and figure

    Today's daily update:
    - posemaniacs where i experimentet with differetn stuff
    - study of a figure from my "inspiration" folder (didn't write down the original artists name im afraid)
    - Went to my 2nd life drawing class. awesome.

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    Hey man. YOur work is really nice. The digital stuff is pretty strong, I think you could work on going a little darker in your pencil sketches but you're definitely going in the right direction! Cheers!

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    Really nice paintings, lots of good details especially on that guy with the backpack.
    Your life drawings are nice, more practice will give you more confidence in the lines you make and you'll soon be able to get a nice form with only a few lines [took me years to realise this].

    Keep going.

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    Lots of nice stuff in this sketchbook.
    The grayscale studies are looking good, very inspiring I'd say. Keep at them.

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    I like your stuff, especially these anatomy studies ! They're very dynamic. Can't wait for some more detailed studies.
    Oh, and that guy with the backpack really struck me. Those cans and stuff look really sophisticated and cool.

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    hey Braintree... as i said to Fumble, you guys are dedicated!

    the torso studies and female anatomy studies are really getting good. And im really impressed with the light studies from the movie stills, they are coming along nicely!
    but the piece thats blown me away was definatly the character study with the backpack... the detail is great.

    Keep it up mate!

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    Beautiful study on #99!!!

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    Yea that #99 is an awesme study! Lots of dedication here, keep it up! Happy belated birthday too.

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    Holy moley! 7 replies!

    @Ookchk: Thanks im using a 5b for the life drawings, think i'll experiment with a 6 or 7 b next time.
    @Porg: Yea forcing myself not to go crazy with a lot of lines is hard
    @Rotor: Thanks, I will!
    @RoboMonkey: Thanks. The backpack took almost 2 hours to paint
    @Cuervo: Thanks! but not dedicated enough Must draw more.
    @Matte_Art: Thank you
    @Pixie Bergman: Thanks I will! and Thanks

    Todays stuff:
    - Used a lot of time on getting the initial sketch for a character down. His DAMN FEET isn't grounded ... Gonna study that.
    - In preparation for the painting i did a study of Viggo Mortensen.

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    Hello Braintree
    I find the mustache dude pretty cool. There are some nice details going on (The eye and the dimple, for example).
    And thanks for your links. Kchens tutorial is actually totally new for me. Bookmarked it and will take a closer look at it tomorrow. Thanks man

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    Your work from reference is amazingly good and detailed, once you learn color at a later date you will be exploding with awesome

    As far as making your character grounded, that is something that comes with extensive study and also, boxing in the gesture of the character might help a bit with that too?
    Try tossing in some bits and pieces from reference as well
    Never know...

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    That latest batch of stuff is nice dude. Liking the study of Viggo fo sho. When I was talking about going darker, I had NO idea you were using a 5B pencil already!! haha I haven't used one of those for years. I don't think the softness of the pencil affects it that much, when you're shading just try to make sure that whatever you see is DARK shows up as DARK on the page. Even in relatively diffuse lighting there should be some dark darks.

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    Even just on the first page you can see a lot of improvement. Your digital work surpasses you're skill with pencil at the moment, but as you're showing all that takes is practice. A reccomendation about gestures is to not be afraid to "draw through" the character, and to also compensate technical precision with representing the essence of the subject.
    The traveler on post 99 though came out great!

    Keep it up.

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    @RoboMonkey: Glad you could use the links
    @Matte_Art: I have in mind to start colors sometime in a few month, once my values are a bit stronger. Grounding is on my to-do list of studies now
    @Ookchk: Oh! guess i'll just have to press hard
    @Costau D: Thanks! gonna study pencils tomorrow, to increase my proficiency with them. Gonna try and "draw through" at the next life drawing session, thanks!

    Todays batch:
    - Loomis figure studies
    and i've been working on the character, will show it tomorrow.

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    Hey there !
    I like the studies And I'm looking forward to seeing your character.

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    @RoboMonkey: Thanks, see below

    Went to Nyhavn and sketched stuff.
    - the environment is the marble church seen from the walls of "kastellet"
    - lots o people
    - character (not done yet, but think i'll hold it here)

    Due to all the comments i've been getting about the difference from my digitals to my pencils, i have decided that in the next 1-2 weeks i will solely focus on my pencils.

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    Maaan, I love these kinds of sketches. It's always interesting to see what people have been drawing on their journeys.
    I like the sketches
    Also: that character is getting sweet ! I think his face is real good. Can't wait for the finished version !

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    good shout on the pencil dedication mate, but i will miss those digitals for the next week or so lol
    the enviro study at Nyhavn is good. and i like the figures from life (i presume) cause ive tried drawing moving people and i could never get them finished before they'ed bugger off lol..

    get to it mate!

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