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    JYF's sketchbook(add some figures,I need your advices!)

    Hello everyone, i'm new here.I come from China.
    My English is very poor.i'm sorry for that.

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    It seems that you have some basic knowledge.Now keep up working on anatomy and welcome to CA
    see ya

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    kingkostas:thanks a lot!

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    aaa thats even better from the previous.Very good.Nice studies.
    Thnx for coming on my SB pal!!!
    see ya

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    I like the poses and the way you show all the important muscles and though some of them are a little stiff (upper row) the lower one shows promise.

    Cheers

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    kingkostas:thx~!
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    Interesting studies and clean lines.Great to see Ryuji from TORADORA in you avatar!!Hahaha

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    Hey! Your drawings are truly great! Good eyes!

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    Camara:hehe,i'm a TORADORA fans!
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    thanks for commenting on my SB. You have some great line work, i think next step would be to add value/shading/rendering the forms to create volume.

    Keep them cool lines coming!!!

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    I love those gestures and clean lines. My line work for gestures tend to get messy.

    Make a sketchbook happy, feed it a tip to improve!

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    Great studies! Were you getting the poses from posemaniacs? They look really similar

    Rook's Sketchbook

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    I really like your gestures! They're nice and clean while still keeping a good sense of motion. Keep it up!

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    very clean stuff. keep up the good work!

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    ^ totally agreed. The lines are so clean, but I just love the way you use the value of your lines to accent the edges. Great work!

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    I am glad you keep up .These anatomy studies will sure help you improve. And you actually do.Very nice lines.
    Keep posting !!!

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    Pigeonkill:thanks man,your works are great!
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    polarRook:yes,i getting the poses from posemaniacs.com.
    kingkostas:thank you.

    pose studies.

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    hey man some really good anatomy here, i think your studies are really good but maybe some color or grayscale to look more at volume but from what i can see i doubt you'd have any problems lol
    I have to say though i am very jealous of your clean and gesturous lines really look good
    keep up the great work

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    Bagg:thanks Bagg,I will practice next month, color or grayscale!

    here's some studies from zanzan,chaoshengzhe,molybdenum (a chinese concept forums).

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    ahh, you make that look so effortless would like to see some developed pieces
    never mind the request, you beat me to it very cool stuff, keep it up.

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    If you don't mind me asking. How long do you put the counter on for the gestures at posemaniacs.com? I place mine most of the time at 45secs, but I always scrabble just to place few quick gestures lines, sometimes it still get's muddled.

    I see your lines work and it's precise, clean and confident. You even got the muscles defined. Makes me want to practice more gestures.

    I can't wait to see some of those concepts polished.

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    Oh wow some REALLY cool concepts going here mate Loving the reverse pyramid head

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    L0rin:thank you!
    Pigeonkill:thank you.I tend to select 90 seconds.i'm sorry reply you so late,i was ill these days.
    Mischeviouslittleelf:thanks!

    here are some 45secs sketch

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    Your 45 seconds are really really nice.
    You must be able to draw very fast with all the anatomy stuff.

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    Amazing studies. Very fluid lines for 45 seconds. My one criticism would be that in a lot of the poses you cut off the hands and feet. So maybe try doing some hand studies or foot studies along with your gestures.

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    Warforce17:thank you!

    polarRook:Thanks for your advice, I will do so.

    Hogarth and Bridgman studies.

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    Really great stuff. The studies have gotten better and better. Great work.

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