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    Drawing, painting, learning... (June 7)

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    great start man lets see some more
    you gotta post tons of those!!
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    Little Update.
    Some poorly old pages, I don´t like them. I forgot to post them. This week I will try to draw more, I´m really to lazy!

    Hygami
    Thanks for the post! I´ll try it!
    (... du bist auch auf animexx right? )

    More comments and critics are welcome!
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    Very nicely done. You are definitely on the right track. I work in the same manner to improve ... anatomical studies and then life drawing of the studies body parts using direct observation or a mirror for legs, knees, noggin, etc.
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    Nice start you've got going here! Anatomy and figure studies will most definitely help you to improve if you do it frequently enough. Keep it up and I can't wait to see improvement!
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    Phlipper Thanks! In the next time, I´ll try some self portraits with my smexy mirror
    jackpot_anjr90 Nice start? Thank you for the commendation!

    Eh...I think, the pictures are to huge O.O In the next time I reduce their size.
    Some Hands, Some noses, a weird looking women ( I don´t know whats wrong with the face X__X ) and my first self portrait. ( Looks not like me, wahhh. )
    Helps for the noses: Photos and YouTube.
    Critics are welcome!
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    Yo. I've got to say, your hands are fantastic. You have such strong, clear lines in your hand studies. And so many poses so far.

    Heads can be difficult because you're trying to overcome what you think you see, and we see faces all the time, making "off" aspects that much easier to not. Take my opinion on this with a grain of salt, but I think the upper part of the woman's face is either too wide in proportion to say the lower half, or the bottom half is somehow off. I'm not sure if that's it exactly. I think your self portrait is very good for your first one.

    Keep drawing, I think you've got a lot going for you.
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    Hey! Thanks for visiting my sketchbook and crit me ('coz I need it so badly! And you give me such a good advice too! )

    Love those hands! I suck at drawing hands ^^;;

    And about the head, I think you draw the left (our left) part bigger than the right part. If you cover some of the left part, you'll find it's better. Try using mirror! I use mirror all the time

    Btw, sorry for my weird English ^^; It's not my primary language
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    soul-core No problem! You like those hands? Thanks, but I´m not pleased with the hands, don´t know why... OO"
    And thanks for your advise for the head
    ( My english is weird, too. O_o )

    Asatira Thank you for the critique on the head. I really have to practise Heads I think you´re right, the other half is wrong.


    Little Update, just Eyes and some 60 sec. Posemaniacs figures. Some of them, are really bad... X__x
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    LOOOLOOOOOUUU MAAANN! Those hand studies are kicking ass! SUch an organic lines and the poses are good enough... just a wonderful start! I must stop with those compliments! First you need to be more patient than that... pay more attention on the pose studies... you need time to develop your skills on a really high level! Keep it up man I'll be watching ya...
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    FUUUUCK you make me wanna study more!!! O_O that amount! really great

    stick to your guns and really do more and more...that inspires me...that inspires everyone!!

    loving it!
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    clanlord Thank you! In the next time I´ll try to do more figure studies

    Hygami Really? o.O Would be great! Thank you for your post!

    Poor update... comments and critics are welcome
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    My first landscapestudy, something is sooo wrong...
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