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    Thanks for the comment in my sketchbook. Yours is coming along nicely. Your new post is great! My main critique would be to pay closer attention to the larger proportional measurements. Your figures especially seem to have their bottom halves shrunk and their heads blown up!
    Great form studies though, really nice!

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    Wow your form drawing is spectacular> a+++

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    FraserMcT: thats true lol your not the first one that tells me that, and you wont be the last one XD

    Dreamingofbetterdays: thanks

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    Great drawings as always. You've got a good handling of structure. I think you should focus more on gesture and proportions to make your figures a little more organic and alive. I also think your good enough to start adding tone to your drawings to take them to the next level. Keep it up amigo!

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    duude awesome pencil studys! do more like thessse brother!!

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    Keep up the drawing here, you have your own schedule I think so I'm not sure whether to suggest anything at the moment. =)

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    fantasyartist: and you're right as always yep i'll start studying value soon

    ryanoir: glad you liked it

    Kungfoowiz: yep sure i got one, but lately it's been almost impossible to follow it (too busy with school!!!)

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    thx for commenting. Will keep up the gesture studies. you are really doing alot of great studies. Looks like u draw ppl from real life too? wish i could take my ass out to do that. Your doing great m8

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    nice nice nice, but when you start studying values you gotta PUSH THE DARKS!
    This means breaking the tip of the pencil atleast a couple of times, otherwise youre not doing it right!
    In other words be brave with the value, you have to go crazy before you get control, take your time.
    You might find it useful to make a dark slip of paper, just a small 2cm piece covered with pencil, as dark as possible. Then whenever you doubt how dark you can go in an area, just hold up the slip next to that area and you'll see the local value.

    But I really like your lines and sense of form/perspective and proportions are already much better!

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    Constructive figures are greeeattt as always! Are the ones at the start of the post done on a bus/train? If they are than thats amazing, my train drawings have always looked like self-concious scribbles. Only crit is that it seems like the heads of the last two figures are too large proportionally, be careful not to make that a habit.

    Man, i hope i can pull off these kinds of figures someday, thanks for the inspiration andres

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    Nice draw man! In the woman face drawing, I would look at the size of her eyes, okay that's the only crit from me so far. Good luck with your next study.

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    PaintMyBrain: thanks

    hummel1dane: haha it's not like i was studying values, that was just using tone to describe the form a bit better, thanks for the tips though I really appreciate your caring

    Marlee: yes they were done on a bus XD. thank you

    Kungfoowiz: haha yeah those eyes could be messed up XD

    Ok poor production i think im in an art slump =|

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    Some very intelligent studying going on here, mate. It's great to see!

    You're definitely nailing the figure hard, which is awesome. I'd love to see some more exploration, though. Environments, still lifes, etc. I think hitting these will help with your description of surfaces and textures, and in general your visual library.

    For the art slump, try re-learning your motivation. Think about it, and find at least ONE thing that you absolutely love about drawing. If you focus on that aspect of it, you should be able to get pumped to push out drawings again. Well, it works for me anyway.

    Great work so far man, keep it up!!

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    proportion! remember proportion!

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    i second bapsi, and also more gesture! stiff figures arent good, more twists fanx

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    Wow, damn cool work. Keep it up!

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    I still say you are doing great! Maybe it would help to draw the ground plane as well.

    Actually I knew a person who only sketched cubed figures for a long while, both from the marketplace and imagination. He would even sketch groups of cubed figures, showing their interaction and movement, completely void of details.
    In the end he got such a sense of perspective and form that was quite impressive, and he could then easily go on to sketch in a more relaxed way.
    If you are comfortable working like this, then trying to rush into new techniques may proove counterproductive.
    I would say, don't worry about proportion, it will come it takes time. Especially because perspective distords it so easily. And if you are sketching from life then you don't even need an excuse! Having studied at Angel academy I can only name a few people who actually went out and sketched from life.
    But I agree with Eekolite - sketching inanimate objects is great for taking time to get better understanding - sculptures also.

    Keep going, two steps forward and one step back.

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    Hey andre just posting to show my support and tell you you are doing so well. I agree with 'eekolite' about the art slump. Just take a moment to relax and do something for fun without any real regard to how it may turn out. You know what they say 'a change is as good as a rest'. We are all here rooting for you.

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    eekolite: more exploration is needed indeed, and thanks for the advice on overcoming an art slump

    a la bapsi: XD lol I really messed up in the last one

    ryanoir: gestures? =| I though I was already good enough at that, anyway it's never imprudent to go back to the basics

    Falchion: thanks

    hummel1dane:
    I would say, don't worry about proportion, it will come it takes time. Especially because perspective distords it so easily.
    I hope so thanks man! I feel more comfortable now

    Marian Rowling: thank you so much for your support
    Just take a moment to relax and do something for fun without any real regard to how it may turn out
    Such a wisdom statement, and it's also applicable to other aspects of life , I've been told that when you start worrying too much about the result then everything crumbles.

    LOL I forgot to post these ones

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    ur demon on the wall is very neat. is he near ur bed? could be some kind of nightmare killer. lol as in he keeps the bad guys away or somethin =)

    quite nice stuff to look at

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    Don't be fooled about how easy gestures look. Really feeling the flow of the body is not an easy task.

    Keep it up with the construction

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    Hey Andres!

    It looks like you're permanently drawing on a bus! Lol..

    Yeah, I would try some of Marian's advice sometimes, relax and draw a bunch of relaxed boxes maybe..

    But yip, draw what you want to draw, and have fun learning new things! =)

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    good observation and you have worked on shapes also and then got the figures ... i like that ...

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    mrd33ds: lol thank you so much, and yep it is near my bed, but in my birth country

    SenEnd: that's true

    Kungfoowiz: thanks man i've been doing that, btw yep i'm always drawing before and after classes when i'm taking the bus

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    Hey Andres I do really like these bus studies. They have a great sense of form and I have to keep reminding myself that you are drawing them whilst being bumped around by the bus! Great job. Hope you are feeling better about your art.

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    bhohh!! i love those studys.... time for me i buy me some Glenn Vilppu books.

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    Marian Rowling: lol thanks i really appreciate your caring

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    wooo great studies brother! keep it up

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    Looks too good to be a beggar's sketchbook.......... I love your line quality, man........... I'm still struggling to improve mine.......

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    awsome anatomy study i'm really miss this stuff in real

    keep it up mate

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