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    sarbrosīs sketchbook

    Hello everyone!
    donīt really know what to write in here...
    So I just post my stuff, not really amazing ones, but here are some sketches I did lately:

    hands/arms from ref and from http://www.mmaphotography.com/ :


    sry, my scanner kinda sucks, so i had to darken these..

    donīt know how often I can upload more, hope often, because I want to improve. Comments and critique are welcomed

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    updates:

    studies (head/torso)
    girl from imagination
    2 pages from my sketchbook - imagination and life sketches
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    ok, another update and still no comments.
    Iīll post till I proof that Iīm worth of your comment!!
    Ok, just ignore the last sentence... xD

    here I go:
    first one is some doodling with watercolours, not finished, donīt think Iīll finish it.
    Secon some plants from google
    and last a page of my sketchbook, was bored at school:
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    I think I can only update on weekends because of school.

    Started studying Bridgman. His lines are great, mine are not *haha*
    A pic from imagination. Not really finished, wasnīt motivated.
    Also tried so do noses on PS, I am not confident with a graphictablet
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    Hey sarbro,
    it is definitely the best to do those studies and I think your lines are great.
    Those nose studies with tablet look promising. I'm curious about what's coming next digitally. Greetz
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    botho81: hey my first comment in here, thank a lot! well about the digitally stuff...I nearly donīt do any, because I still donīt get how to draw with a tablett, maybe I should really practice with it more often.

    So today just a little update and unfortunately no digital stuff.
    Some poses from charakterdesigns.com, some bridgman studies and a cactus from life. Was confusing to draw it, but great practice:
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    ok, another bunch of updates:

    bridgeman again.. I still totally suck at hands. some studies and stuff from imagination
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    Iīm feeling like spamming xD
    today I tried to paint with my tablet, first study Iīm actually satiesfied with, wasnßt in the mood to do the face and hands, which I think are really difficult to do.
    Hope I get some crits on this one and some tips

    Original pic: http://fotowelt.chip.de/imgserver/co...1235/1280x.jpg
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    hey there sarbro,
    love your 'analytical' approach with the hand studies! i'm no expert, but it seems pretty logical to start with bones and muscles and basic shapes. guess you have to know what's underneath to be able to show the outside. keep drawing! :)
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    On the last one, remember that tits aren't perfectly round. Look at the shape in the original pic, they obey the laws of gravity.

    You got lots of good studies going on. You mentioned drawing face and hands is difficult, it's not a bad idea to move out of your comfort zone and try your best at doing it. Keep on drawing!
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    @eos_zz: thanks for your comment. I will try drawing the bones and muscles, but I get bored very quickly, a bad habbit.

    @Rotor: thanks, now that you mention it, there is really such a thing as gravitiy *haha* about the comfort zone, how are you able to get out of there? I often told myself try to do something different, but itīs hard. But Iīll try my best.

    Thanks again for your comments.
    Didnīt have that much time because of school test, but here they are. Unfortunately no studies with ps.
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    hey sarbro,
    you're really active with sketching and updates. that's good!
    would be cool when you manage to apply your studies in your free sketches (it's hard i know). sometimes you have to force yourself to really 'think' what you are drawing and how you can get the hands better you are drawing from life for example. keep it up
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    keep up the great work! draw from life and stick with the studies
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