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    Jizu's Sketches (nudity in here!)

    Hey Boys and Girls!

    i recently purchased my intous 4S and its awesome ^^ soooo awesome

    so i just wanted to start a new beginning in drawign by myselfe and ill post the results of my work here ..

    i hope you like em and i also hope ill get better realy fast xD

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    hey sup Mike! thanks again for stopping by stream!

    like we discussed earlier more studies from life and focusing on proportions will help you greatly in you sketch endeavors. Keep up the solid studies!




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    hey thx ^^ yep, ill try every tipp you gave me ^^ so here you go! my drawing from yesturday

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    Thanks for posting in mah booke,

    snootchy has the right idea, work on proportions. Do lots of studies, bridgman and loomis are really common to study, and for a reason.

    If you want to improve fast make sure you draw half from imagination and half from studies. I'd recommend refining your drawing skills way before you start using color too, you can't really learn color without having first learned value.

    keep updating this thing to keep yourself in line too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kvick View Post
    Thanks for posting in mah booke,

    snootchy has the right idea, work on proportions. Do lots of studies, bridgman and loomis are really common to study, and for a reason.

    If you want to improve fast make sure you draw half from imagination and half from studies. I'd recommend refining your drawing skills way before you start using color too, you can't really learn color without having first learned value.

    keep updating this thing to keep yourself in line too!
    Agreed completely with ^.

    www.posemaniacs.com is also a good place for reference and study work with anatomy and proper perspective. It also has a BIT of light source stuff too, but that's usually just by doing light drawings.

    Try out the 30 second pose or random pose viewer, and just draw what you see, no matter HOW hard it might seem. I know a few of them on there makes me rip my hair out, but you feel very VERY accomplished when you've done a hard one.

    Just keep at it. Look forward to seeing more.

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    Great lighting on the 1st wor
    Once you get some details and work out some minor angles i think it would be very nice

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    my newest work

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    she looks soo sweet great work especially love the colours, her left hand's a little bigger than her right (our left) & her neck seems a tiny bit wider than it should be, everything else is ace your imaginary stuff needs some work on the proportions but like you said lots of practice should help a lot with that

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    the buildings stood out to me the most on the first post, alot like a photo from the thumbnail :3 keep working at it

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    thanks for check on my sketchbook, interesting studies :], maybe your sketch on paper no same level , anyway keep it up, the last studies really good (one hand maybe need work again)

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    thank you all for the help! will try to do my best gettn better and draw some more often

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    so, where's the update man? getin kinda restless here

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    So I was looking at the paintings in your first post, and I really like them, then I saw the sketches on the grid paper thinking "they're interesting, but could use a lot of practice", then I saw the girl in the red dress and nearly dropped my coffee, where the heck did that come from!!! Haha!

    Eager to see more!!!

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