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    Dennis looks just like Disney's Tarzan to me.


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    Here are some more anatomy studies from last year:

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    I did a review of last year's anatomy course in the fall, and to my delight, the drawing felt even more solid than before! Focusing on structure over the summer definitely helped in a big way!

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    Did these during reading week in the fall.

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    Dude you have some good stuff. Your first drawings were nice, but I noticed that your wrapping on drapery could use a little more work, as it seems flat and doesn't translate depth well.

    Pay attention to proportions also, the head and sometimes your bodies(like in the last one) seem A TAD bit small.

    Overall though, it's really great that you're able to bust alot of drawings in a short amount of time. I went to the post office with my mom and girlfriend today and was able to sketch a decent amount of drawings from people just standing in line haha. Keep it up man, you're on your way.

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    Thanks for the tips apacalyrical. Always helps to be more vigilant. Drapery is always challenging, Always need to work on that.
    I've never paid attention to proportion, maybe I should eh? Time to work on that too.
    If you have drawings, post em up!

    Anyways, here are some moldy oldies:

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    Some fun and original assignments from animation layout class.

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    just for fun...

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    New years day life drawing.

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    The rest:

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    life drawering

    My friend Ryan and I went life drawering today.

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    The rest of the session and one just for fun!

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    very cool stuff!
    Check out my Sketchbook

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=135928

    I love feedback and tips

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    The stuff from life looks really good man.
    Might wanna loosen your lines a little though.

    Humans don't consist of straight lines

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    Thanks guys! Yes DoubleThink, you're right, it might be time to re-introduce more organic contour lines over the body structure. I miss the freedom of contour drawing. I've been drawing from my head a lot lately, so I've been really into construction. Although, regarding straight lines: it depends who you ask.

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