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    eyes are still way out of proportion. funky glasses

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    I think the eyes are too huge, and the nose is too small


    It looks like the biggest problem is the nose, what about practice drawing the nose- only the nose- from the different angles?

    It helped me I think you should try it

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    Yeah I think the eyes actually got *BIGGER*... lol... from the last one to this one. And it isn't so much that the nose is small; it's that it's too low.

    Methinks anime or manga is influencing your stuff a bit much right now, because that's what they do; they move the nose really low, and make the eyes huge.

    But this doesn't look like anime or manga.

    When I find I'm going nuts with bad proportions, I always remember to just study the subject harder. Look more carefully. Measure more carefully.

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    mmmmmmmmmmm, ddduuuudddde, moar studies man moar. i'm glad you finally updated. NOW KEEP THAT STUFF COMING :teeth

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    Incinerated: your right, there way too big, thanks

    Helaine: you are also right, I will post some nose studies soon really gotta get onto those studies

    p sage: I smashed face first into an art block 'sobs' I've been watching too much anime me thinks, I better start those studies, thanks for the tips

    ldp2009: Thanks, much appreciated, I got a very long way to go until I'll be satisfied with them though, much to learn

    miycko: didn't have time to sit down and do studies, will get onto them asap though, I really need to break this art block

    Felt like crap today, knew what I did yesterday wasn't very good, I should have done better, oh well, I will do better next time. Studies tomorrow, I even bought a new sketchbook just to do them in

    Posemaniacs and some feature studies, I know I'm doing things wrong, I can tell the body proportions are wrong, and yet I just keep pumping out this rubbish, I'm going to force myself to do the studies, it's for my good, no point hindering my progress because of laziness

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    i ripped this from a friend's deviantart page hope it helps

    Laziness to me is like a prize fighter who engages in the scrap of his life and ends up losing miserably. I'm this bruiser who's been in many a gruesome, violent and bloody battles, always emerging the victor until that one fateful fight.Very,very disappointed in myself right now. But like everybody who falls,I have to pick myself up,dust myself off and get back in the saddle so to speak. My pencil is my weapon as the fists are the prizefighters objects of offence. I have to "get back in the ring" and shine as before.And I don't think I can do this alone.....

    gonna be here as long as you keep posting man

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    I know how you feel about the human shape. Is so hard to get right.
    I started drawing box-figures in one layer making sure the proportions were right. Then its easier make a good looking body in a new layer ontop of the boxfigure. It takes some more time but It really helped me alot.
    Also like you said studies is a good thing. If you have time and could afford it join a lifedrawing class.
    Dont get discouraged, and just keep working on your weaknesses. And most important of all have fun drawing and enjoy it. Its learning things thats most fun and rewarding.
    Cheers mate! Now, may the zombie of inspiration gnaw on your soul!

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    Ah, human anatomy....looks like you're trying to attack it with wacom and pc or mac. I find this much harder to learn because of the positioning of my arm and body not to mention my eyes are not fixed on my hands drawing but the computer screen. For me this is too much to attempt to learn or practice anatomy. I pull out the handy dandy pen and paper for this messy task.

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    B-Man isn't just a handsome Swede whom every guy here has a man-crush on... he also gives good advice

    It's very important to stay in contact with drawing. What I mean is just keep doing it. Eventually, you will find the right information or it will find you. This information is what will allow you to progress. Sometimes this information comes in trickles... sometimes in gushes. But the most important thing is to not get discouraged.

    So chin up. Work hard. Take good advice. And don't beat yourself up.

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    miycko: Thanks man, made me feel much better, thanks for the ongoing support, I really appreciate it

    B-Man: Pretty frustrating, I think I should start with boxes like you said, is this a specific method that I can google? I've been looking like a crazy man but there is nothing within a 100 km radius Thanks for the great advice b-man your a class act and I salute you THAT ZOMBIE STOLE MY WACOM!.....

    liquidjack: Good advice, and you are right, I find paper a much easier medium for those little studies, thanks for stopping by

    p sage: HAHA and a pet zombie your right (as always) I just need to persevere, I will get better over time, thanks for the pep talk, 'chin up' how's the trip going?

    Did a bit of everything today, measured the proportions properly with the first guy, hope it looks anatomically correct, probebly not though that little sketchbook I bought really came in handy

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    I second P Sage =) It seems like at some point or another people just make break throughs in there skills then go on fighting some more for some new ones =) As long as they keep going consistently though!!!

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    hey man, glad to see more than one drawing this time i noticed that if i keep pushing the art right after suffering from artblock i get even more motivated. not sure if it works that way but it's worth a try. miht just work for you too i like the first guy, the proportions look okay to me, but i'm a noob as well so your studies look good as well

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    Hi! Nice to see new update-


    I think you need to do more study based on ref~ And keep on doing stuff from imagination for fun!

    But definitely more study- especially anatomy- do you read Bridgman's book?

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    Yeah, study the hell out of Bridgman. And do some master studies and copies. These are things I'm going to begin doing much more seriously now (after visiting this school)

    And the trip went very well. I'm in the airport on WIFI right now going home.

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    Dy.laneA: I will persevere

    miycko: Thanks, I will get past this artblock, I know it

    Helaine: I think your right, and I will, got a brigman book, will post some tomorrow

    p sage: You got it , might try some Sargent soon The school looks great, I checked out their website, llooks like a great place to study

    I wasn't lazy today but had little time to myself, I did some small studies as well and I'll post them tomorrow will have to study the hell out of figures and anatomy, can't wait to make my figures look dynamic and real thanks for the support everyone, will visit all your sketchbooks as soon as I can

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    I think your doing great. any study is something youll learn from.
    I drew a quick example. Hope you dont mind.
    So what I did was brake the body down in simple shapes that I
    know how tro draw by heart, boxes cylinders and spheres.
    Then I made figure ontop of the boxfigure in a new layer. I think
    the boxfigure is a fun way to practise drawing shapes. Its also
    easy to figure out proportions with boxes.

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    MORE DRAWING!!!!



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    The last one could of used a few more darker values to give it some more form, it's looking very flat right now What B-Man suggested will also help you in understanding form too. Cubes and rectangles have very distinct sides that will show what's faceing where. It's soo hard but try your best to turn that discouragement your feeling into something positive!!! That or just try not to feel discouraged. What ever works for you!

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    Isn't Björn dreamy? *sigggh*



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    Hey man, I really liked your sketchbook.
    Great practice here. I like to see that you are practicing anatomy as well.
    I think you should focus on proportion. You are very good with the rendering and you are having some good ideas. You just have to make a good proportional body to finish.
    Watch for the size of every part of the body and how they fit together.
    And you also should train some face proportions as well, you already mastered how to draw the elements, just put then in the right place and you are gonna start making beautiful portraits in no time.
    But your stuff is really good man! Great potential.
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    like tall & skinny, i like her neck looks like it's a little long ATM. there's nothing more i can say without repeating everyone else's comments so amma just keep cheering you on

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    Thanks everyone, I'll reply to your comments tomorrow, thanks for the little tut b-man

    This is just to keep the streak alive, having one of those days, I gotta get out more got a music lesson tomorrow so I better get some sleep....

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    Feeling better now, should post a bigger update tomorrow

    Edit: forgot to change the date and entry number, will fix it later

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    ---those anatomy studies looking good & you've done a lot of interesting characters in here... I like 'em.... keep more posting mate............. ';D CHEERS.........!


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    good anatomy stuff, Do a little more proportion studies

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    hey man, good studies glad you're doing them even with the artblock. keep at it & pretty soon you'll push past it

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    Very nice studies. Those are like your scales in piano (if that's what you're playing). Learn 'em until you can do them in your sleep, and do them better than the teacher . It will make taking the next step so much easier

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    dude, where's the update?! startin to get worried here

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    Have you O.D.'ed on ice cream?



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    HAHA WAY TO BE WITH THE KILLER STUDIES LETS SEE SoME MOOOAAAARRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!

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