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    You are going to know the bones well after all these anatomy studies. I also would love to see more environments of yours like the one in the first post. The shading on the girls face and bones is great too, do you have any advice on how to improve my shading?
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    HAHA THE STUDiES ROCCKKKKKKKKKK AN THE CELL IS COMING ALONG NICLEY!

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    Yo what's up mr snail, nice studies of all kinds, keep 'em coming

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    Good stuff. When you do these bone studies, make sure you're not just copying pictures but really trying to understand how the bones work in the body and how they look under skin. As for books I would recommend, try looking at Vilppu's Drawing Manual, in the first lesson he shows how to tackle gesture for more natural poses and then builds into form.

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    @ UrbanHermit - Thanks for the comments!! I'll post different work in the next week or so. Stay tuned!! With regards to shading, I use tortillions to blend my shading and follow the shape of the bones. Your spoons in post #10 in your SB are really good. The best advice I can impart to you is to keep practicing. AND...... on those days when the pencil doesn't draw where you want it to draw. KEEP ON DRAWING!! I'll keep coming back to your SB to see how you're doing. Cheers!!

    @ Mr Spect - Thanks for the comments my friend!! Glad you like the phone.

    @ Mr Tooth - Thanks for the comments Alex!! Don't be so formal my friend!! Cut out this Mr Snail - My friends call me Nels.

    @ Liffey - Thanks for stopping by Ian!! I know what you mean regarding the bone studies. I've got a Bachelors degree in Sports Science and did anatomy, physiology and biomechanics at University. I'll definitely be moving onto drawing the body/parts of the body in motion very soon. Thanks for the link to Vilppu's Drawing Manual. I'll check it out in the morning!!

    Was a daughter day today, back to the bones of the hand tomorrow.
    Here's an old oil painting I did about 4 years ago using the wet on wet technique. I'd really appreciate some crits on this one guys.

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    Practice for today was an illustration of the bones of the hands.

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    Today's study looked at the bones of the shoulder complex.

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    Nice sketchbook. Keep it up!

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    Nice studies and prop designs! Especially those props on the previous page.
    Keep it up, pal

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    @ mariusz - Thanks for stopping by my friend!!

    @ Noukah - Thanks for the comments Andrea!! Glad you like the props.

    Now I'm finally getting serious about sketching/drawing thought it was about time to invest in a drawing board/table.
    Dug out my drill, screwdriver and saw from the toy box...
    Ran around in frenzy for about an hour ......
    And hey presto!!!... something to draw on...... built Turbosnail style!!

    Packing the tools back in the toy box now and getting the pencils back out.

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    great sb man, love the studies . And gj on that table, looks amazing, especially since you did it yourself :o, wish I had such a table now...
    Continue with the studies and the digis! keep it up

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    Hey mate, bone studies are way cool Hands also looks solid. Keep it up, duder!

    EDIT: ! I want one of those tables, haha
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    It's great that you're studying anatomy the way you are, keep that up! Cool setup you got as well

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    @ Wanna - Thanks for the comments mate!! Glad you like the studies. The drawing board is proving to be very handy. Time to put it to good use!! Cheers {:>)

    @ krel - Thanks for stopping by my friend!! The table is proving to be VERY handy!! Cheers {:>)

    @ Jackpot_anjr90 - Thanks for the comments mate!! I'll keep coming back to the bones as I progress through other studies. Glad you liked it!! Cheers {:>)



    Not totally happy with this one!! I'll definitely be re-doing the vertebrae in the very near future.....
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    Nice studies of bones! I am to lazy to do bone studies I just endup looking for reference when I need to draw some weird x-ray pics or Skeletons. Are you even learning the names of the bones? kudos mate!
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    Man thanks for stopping by my SB!
    Looks like your really like anatomy, cuz those studies are looking great!!
    I think your rendering is really nice, however I think it would be better if you do some structure studies of those bones and muscles

    keep it up and take care

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    Your bone studies look excellent. Makes me think I really should get up my gear and attempt some, too :-) Cool work, keep it up!

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    I appreciate you.

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    @ B-Man - Thanks for the comments mate!! Cheers {:>)

    @ andress333 - No problem!! Thanks for the comments my friend!! I'll be hooking these bones up with some muscle structure very soon. Cheers {:>)

    @ Inishmore - Thanks for the comments my friend!! Hope you have undertaken some bone studies!! Cheers {:>)

    @ mathelda - Thanks!! {:>)

    Some Bridgman studies today and a Photoshop speed paint. Approx 1hr. with no ref used.

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    Great bone studies, and wow at that desk, you made that in an hour? I would love to own something like that!

    Some nice colours in that speed painting, but I think ithe face is lacking a little in hue variation and values, might be a good idea to quickly check a photo with a similar lighting condition to get an idea on what they might look like?. Keep it up!
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    haha AWESOME studies fitting for an AWESOME set up i am jealous

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    Hey snail,

    awesome desk!

    The bone studies are looking good,maybe try some non-rendered
    quick ones after you've done a rendered one to memorise even better.

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    love the studies and the car on the first page. I look forward to more!

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    Your sketches are getting more and more solid with each and everyone you upload. Now as for digitals, well uhm. In my honest opinion you should know your tool, learn how to use photoshop effectively, learn the cool tricks and stuff you can do with it, it really helps. Before i even started painting i've read alot of tutorials and saw alot of videos, once again Know your tool.

    After you do that, leave photomanipulation and those soft brushes! Use the regular hard round with other dynamics both set to pen pressure.

    Best wishes, ICE

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    Nice book you got going here.
    Icecold said pretty much everything I wanted to. Emphasis on the hard brushes.
    Watch your overall proportions on the hands, especially the fingers. They need to be longer. You are getting better fast though!
    Keep on truckin'
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    Cool studies you're starting to really show the volume well. For doing the Photoshop, ImagineFX puts most of their digital workshops up for free here. Definitely check them out, they've helped me a lot.

    Your drawing board is wicked! I'm going to have to throw one together before next semester starts thanks!

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    Hi I really like your table

    You have lot of nice bone studies and the mountain on #35 is rockin!

    You should be more carfeul with the hands. We all have to. Pay closer attention to how fingers relate to each other and how the move in perspective. What you can do is try to draw fingers using one box per intersection. That really helped me understand how they can and cannot move.

    Hope it helps and keep it uuuuupp!!
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    @ Koto - Thanks for the comments mate!! I will check a few photos when I get a minute or two. Cheers mate :>)

    @ Black Spot - Thanks for the comments Black Spot!! Bob Ross made it look so easy didn't he? Must try a few more soon!! Cheers matey :>)

    @ Grandmassa - Thanks for stopping by again!! Glad you like the desk mate. Cheers dude :>)

    @ Glaedr - Thanks for the comments mate!! I'll definitely try a few non-ref'd bones soon. Glad you like the desk!! Cheers mate :>)

    @ Lyle Moore - Thanks for the comments mate!! That's actually a motorbike on the 1st page inspired by Terminator Salvation. Cheers dude :>)

    @ Icecold - Thanks for the advice my friend!! Soft brushes now packed away til the summer.... I promise!! I took your brush advice for the 2 speedies in this post. Cheers mate :>)

    @ FraserMcT - Thanks for the comments mate!! I agree about the finger length and I'll keep it in mind next time round. I'll definitely keep on truckin' Cheers mate :>)

    @ Pierce9 - Thanks for the comments my friend!! I have a subscription to ImagineFX and I must start doing some of the workshops. The drawing board was very easy to knock-together. Good luck with yours mate!! Cheers :>)

    @ DiR3Kt - Thanks for advice my friend!! I'll try your suggestion during my next hand study. Glad you like the table mate. Cheers :>)


    Today practice pieces are 2 speedies about 1 hr for each one. Was trying out using a hard brush with other dynamics set to pen pressure (Thanks Icecold et al)

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    Can I steal your drawing table? That's one great multipurpose table!

    The rendering for the bone studies is nice. You have lots of stuff to learn from what I've browse through so I recommend getting a moleskin sketchbook (or any book that can be easily carry around) and doodle anything in it from studies to random stuff. Is a great way to explore and jotting down ideas.

    Also ImagineFX workshops serve as a great reference and practice when you need to deal with a specific subject matter. Keep up the good work!

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