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    Welcome to the ssg.
    Some nice work in here .

    It's probably better that the egg is brown... it means that there is a bigger value jump with the highlights.
    The shape looks good man, but becareful of your edges. And if you havent read this thread, you probably should. http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=51913

    With the female torso, make sure you get the right volumes to the breasts, they dont look right. Remember gravity makes them sag more, and also makes the hard edge at the bottom of the breasts much sharper. Check out mops mystique over at polycount, it might help http://boards.polycount.net/showthre...light=mystique
    http://boards.polycount.net/showpost...postcount=4366

    Most things in here look realy good man, keep it up.
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    welcome to the ssg, hope to see good stuff from you...

    When thinking about your lighting, especially on the eggs and spheres you should think about definitely indicating the direction with some type of arrow marker. At the moment your core shadows are curving and contouring incorrectly, and then you have bounce light coming from places where there is nothing for light to bounce off.

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    Thanks for the crits everyone. They've been helpful.

    @Maz: That thread about edges was useful. Never thought about edges like that before. You're right about the breasts. I'll keep that in mind the next time I model a female torso.

    Been learning about the spine and ribs. On video 38 now. Only 148 more videos to go. Those 3 skeletons took forever to draw.
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    Structure is so important man, keep it up and you will reap the rewards!

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    Hey man, I'm liking the studies so far, keep up the work!
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    great studies.. nice clean lines it seems and i love myself zum clean linez!... :/

    The skeletdude on lower left is kinda out of proportion it seems.
    And its maybe only becuz his neck is a bit to tall :o
    you have this page in a loomisbook ( i think its the figure drawing one) where you see it all nicely noted down.
    Like the common sizes for men and females
    Hope it helps for ya

    Keep studying! It will pay of in the end!
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    (+1 to what roger said)

    more of this stuff man! GO GO GO
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    Thanks for dropping by my SB.

    Nice studies! I like your clean lines very much. I'll keep an eye on this one. Keep it up man!
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    Same way

    Hey man, I am studying the same tutorials as you do . I have just started the 12th one, and I have to say it was a bit hard form to memorize the formulas. There are still quiet a lot of theese tutorials ahead tho. Hope we both make it to the end , so wish you a lot of energy .
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    The pelvis is one confusing bone
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    Keep at it, those bones aint gonna teach themselves
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    i dont rly know how the pelvis is being taught to you trough the dvd..
    The look alright but a little off?..

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    tdHendrix's Sketchbook (2D/3D)

    Continue the study man You'll get it right.. maybe show us some mind stuff .. to show us what youve learned.
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