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    chriis.zed's Sketchbook [ almost daily updates ]

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    *Wipes the dust off sketchbook* been a while D: gonna be drawing every day or else.

    NEW stuff at the end cheeeeerrrssss xxxxxxxxxxxoxoxoxox
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    here are some drawings i did yesterday, i'v been reading through Loomis' books, at the moment the one on figure drawing, although iv just downloaded some Bridgeman books, not sure if i should stick with Loomis or copy Bridgeman's.
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    trying loomis' type of shading, more loose, bit harder to control but i like
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    Great study, i did the same one. Isn't it loomis? I also like your room drawing and the girl, your values are decent. post more. comment me if u want, thanks
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    You doin' Loomis, too?
    I started two weeks ago and am still trying to stick with it. What are you working at in the moment?
    Nice shading lines, though I am not sure if you respect the light and shadow sin them completely.

    Cheers
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    Janos:Thanks for stopping by, im focusing on figure drawing, male mostly at the moment, once i memorize all the main muscles and study the skeletal structure i'll focus more heavily on women. I havn't tried a proper values study yet, but i know what u mean i wasnt observing the shadow enough. cheers for the comment.

    Da Streets:cheers man, yea it's loomis, his book on figure drawing is fantastic, best teacher i never met

    Some more loomis studies, and a bunch of pen drawings trying to get a hang of drawing women, my mega weak point.
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    went to the boatyard this morning..drew a boat.
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    I see you have nice basic skills.I am sure you will do fine if you keep up.
    I dont have some critiques now but i am sure i can help you more with your character studies when you will start posting more
    Keep up and thnx for stopping by my sketchbook !!!
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    Why can't I go to a boatyard?
    Nevermind. I like your study of the boat. You could try aging it with dirt or seashells. Keep them coming.
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    Thanks for the crits on my sketchbook, guess we are in the same boat ;D just that you read Loomis and I read Burne Hogarth. I can really recommend his books. Dont like Hogarths drawing style but his way of explaining anatomy so you understand is really good. Draw more so I can see your work, like what you shown so far. Feed that paper dude!
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    its been a while, iv been a bad boy, sorting myself out but im back, focused and hungry to get better

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    random sketch coloured in photoshop. no ref, the anatomy needs lots of work!
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    desperate to improve. i think i'm making progress
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    gonna study the skeleton and muscles summore.
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    solid studies, do more of those!. It is good to see that you apply what you learn (the superhero man). Update more often .
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    Lots of good anatomy studies. The muscle studies are particularly nice. Keep that up and keep posting!

    also ... is it just me or do many of your drawing tilt to the left? he he
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    Fumble: cheers dude appreciate it

    Braintree: thanks! yea i noticed that, i guess i dont notice, but its not that they tilt i just draw on the sketchpad from an angle, not head on . for a second it was weirding me out when u mentioned it then realised why. x)
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