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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamber Parrk View Post
    Hey Aila-- Welcome Back!
    Teehee yes, I have temporary drop-outs from CA every now and again

    Woohoo, Book II! Good to see some blank paper! Looking good so far
    Insanity is the key!
    Also, studies are a key. And passion is a key. Also, so are inspiration, motivation and dedication. Talent can be a key. Insomnia can also be a key, depression is a sad rusty little key. Damn, artists need one hell of a keyring.

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    element 1988: thanks for the visit! Ornamental bridge is a constant theme-- have drawn it many times. Cows are just fun to draw!

    Spaggen: welcome by! More into Peck and Vanderpoel as of late. It's my intention to put longer more extended studies in my finearts thread. Though, some longer stuff will end up here-- mostly cartoons.

    Aila: no problem-- I'll just "necro" your thread and give you the attention of thousands of people across the globe to keep you drawing!

    Ahh! The much hated lined notebook. It's been reassigned as an anatomy study and gesture-doodle book-- if something interesting emerges in it from time to time I'll fold in some stuff from time to time. (There's no escape. . .)

    Below: Three dark doors.
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    Study of bathroom door molding. (You really don't understand how complex some little things are until you start looking at them, start thinking about them).

    The kind of crap that goes into the lined book now-- Posemaniacs via Hogarth.

    Real "gesture drawings." This is what they look like people! Not that other stuff people call "gestures. . ." Note the fishing line like scribble.
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    Glass gas fireplace.

    Preston Blair things.
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    This isn't one of my proper daily images. But, since my intended victim for the daily engaged me in conversation prompted by his interest in my copy of Peck's Atlas, I'll just crap out and post my Peck studies for today: Pentel mechanical pencil with HB lead.
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    Kamber Parrk ur structure is nice.. the last front head is need some symetry.. but sections are really good..
    My Concept Sketchbook - My Profile - Don't care my grammar level.. Because i don't know anything about it..
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    Hey north pole,

    Thanks for visiting! I figured someone would notice the distortion on that-- I was hunched over an ottoman that I was using as a table-- I think the angle of my vision had me drawing an image that skews a bit when looked at straight on-- it's a thing I do too often!

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    Parking lot through window.
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    Grinning at the bathroom door frame. You're right.. it's these little things in life you only notice when you really look at them. And that's what I love about artists I remember drawing a corner of room once, with a door, and stumbling across the same "problem" of all the lines!

    I get some distortion on my drawings too.. I tend to tilt my head, and draw at an angle.. then when I scan, it shows

    Liking the tree studies last post. The forehead of the top skull looks a little elongated, or at least, longer than it does in the side view. But nice work all around!
    Insanity is the key!
    Also, studies are a key. And passion is a key. Also, so are inspiration, motivation and dedication. Talent can be a key. Insomnia can also be a key, depression is a sad rusty little key. Damn, artists need one hell of a keyring.

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    Hi Aila!

    Things with lots of parallel lines drive my eyes and brain a bit crazy when I try to draw them. Later, I spent about 2 hours using formal perspective to analyze the "data" that I collected with that sketch-- my cartoon characters are getting better accomadations by the day. I've probably drawn those Peck skulls around 20 times in my life-- think I'd get them perfect!

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    He wears a little red dress, white go-go boots, and he beats the Hell outta robots with his bare hands he does.
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    Still life with Dead Raccoon. (Stretched the time out to about an hour--no sense wasting a perfectly good dead raccoon). I was thinking about decapitating her to preserve a skull. But, being hit by a car really smashed up her face-- not a good specimen. Got lots of photographs of the elegant little paws though.
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    Toy cow studies. (About 8 min. each, HB graphite).
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