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    Joe Parrilla's Sketchbook!

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    I have tons of stuff from the year but theres no way im scanning all of it.. so heres what I did over the past 3 days.
    Bridgman, Loomis, Vanderpoel, faces from photos, Hogarth, and a Pontormo copy

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    Busy weekend.. hardly found anytime to draw. Im really pissed but its ok Ill make up for it. Heres a quick drawing in pen from reference at characterdesigns and some Shinkawa studies in marker .. Also can anyone tell me how to get a thumbnail image to show in front of my thread title in the sketchbook section?

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    quick update.. figures from reference using vilppus method, and some Loomis block forms to study light on the figure. Im starting life drawing again soon so I wanna get my procedure down.

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    some sketchbook pages from today.. just crap from life.. All ballpoint pen.. cheap BIC ones. I usually use them when drawing in my sketchbook outdoors.. shades similar to a pencil.. but doesnt rub off like one.. I really like them.

    Its soooo frustrating trying to improve! Well back to drawing.. more updates later possibly.

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    Some torso studies I did late last night from Joseph Sheppards anatomy book. I have to start doing more drawing. Im gonna start work on some actual pieces and work on them in between my studies.. probably a painting or a cast drawing.. we'll see

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    Some gestures from characterdesigns and some of my own hands. I need a fire lit under my ass lately.. im so fucking lazy. Im really sick with a sinus infection which is a great opportunity to draw since I really dont wanna move out of my chair. I must capitalize

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    Heres a quick dump .. not much because im lazy .. Im starting to draw more though which is good. I have so much drive, I just need to get my ass into gear.
    So I have some moleskine pages.. this is the book i take outside with me so it will contain life sketches or imaginary nonsense, this time its ballpoint sketches and a pigma micron drawing of my room. Then some faces from photos and a page of doodles. Finally a pear from life in both graphite and colored pencil, and 2 eggs with a napkin in pencil. How am I doing???

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    Tonightss stuff. Ive been having trouble with my figure torsos so I opened up constructive anatomy and did some pages. I learned a lot. Also a copy of Frank Frazetta and Raphael. These two guys really knew how to draw the figure so I thought I could learn a thing or two.

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    nice studies! Are these from peck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackGuy View Post
    nice studies! Are these from peck?
    Thanks! nope.. the anatomy books I work from are Joseph Sheppard, Bridgman, and Vanderpoel. Sheppard is the most intricate.. showing bones, muscles, etc. I use that when I want to learn a body part in great detail. My last update was all Bridgman, I just tend to not follow his style 100% which is why it doesnt look exactly like his work.

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    Hey man, thanks for stopping by and commenting on my Sketchbook, much appreciated.
    Your studies here are coming along very nicely; your pencil work looks great. I wouldn't mind seeing some of your finished work aside from the studies. Again though, everything here looks great. Keep it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nurraymjo View Post
    Hey man, thanks for stopping by and commenting on my Sketchbook, much appreciated.
    Your studies here are coming along very nicely; your pencil work looks great. I wouldn't mind seeing some of your finished work aside from the studies. Again though, everything here looks great. Keep it up.
    Thanks man! Yes I think I need to get some finished work done. Im going to start a cast drawing that I plan to work on for a few days. I also wanna get some good references and attempt an illustration. Thanks for the crit... keep em coming

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