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    photoshop gif process+random sketch

    alright just updating real quick before i go to work. this is just the .gif process and final product of a 'quick' photostudy i did as well with some random sketch of a warrior (?)

    for the photostudy, i didn't bother rendering all the way, that would take me forever, plus it was just a study so i'm not too worried about it being 'perfect'. there were many changes in the positioning of the eyes and mouth, gaaahhh! it was a pain anyways, enjoy.
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    Keep working at it.

    When you're doing studies, block in the planes of the head. You can block in the shadows and highlights as solid and then go onto smoothing it out once everything is in place. Also, remember that highlights are sharper and shadows are softer.

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    anatomy+'fighting' pose(s)+random shaman??

    @Enydimon: thanks alot buddy! yeah i normally don't block in the planes on the face when i work on photoshop, i'm still fairly new at it, but that is probably key to the whole portraiture thing. alright will do!!

    zomg... so I did a few anatomy practices today while I was sitting in art history class learning about roman art and almost dozed off until I pulled out the sketchbook rofl. anyways, I decided I'm going to start tearing out these sketches out of my sketch book and scan, that way it's easier, i'll just keep them in a binder instead after i rip them out, but here they are.
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    more loomis studies

    last study for today. uggghhh~ still drawing tilted lol, *free transforms in photoshop*

    on a more serious note... i think i'm getting the hang of proportions, not spot-on but slightly improving. just curious, but if anyone studied/is studying Drawing For All Its Worth, how do u approach it? do you actually read the text and copy the drawings? or just copy the drawings? I find myself reading portions of it, observing the illustrations and drawing what i remember from the page without looking. also thinking about the anatomy of course! though i have tendencies to keep glancing at the pages while drawing... ;P
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    old sketches+photoshop

    digging through some old sketches and found 2 super-hero like characters lol. perhaps much influence on known super-heroes for the guy w/ the pointy ears .

    also, some random practice in photoshop today... i will attempt to color it
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    Read and copy. It can be a pain if you don't like the writing style, but at least try to understand why you're drawing what you are and why it works. Sometimes when you read it when you're copying out the book, some things click better. Remember, you got to do more than just drawing what you see, you gotta understand it.

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    Good work here. Your linework needs work though and more value studies would help you as well. Keep it up!

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    @Enydimon: thanks a lot buddy, yeah i just end up reading the material, not the misc. tid bits but the important things, thanks

    @jackpot_anjr90: yeah definitely need work on lineart as well as values, overall studies GGGGAAAHHHHHHHHHHH~ thanks buddy!
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    crap study UGGGHHH

    wow... for some reason I really couldn't focus on this, I mean I understood the anatomy and way of understanding the head, but when it came to drawing the thumbs. it was difficult for some reason.

    I seriously can't draw small thumbs of heads. Next study on heads, will be the same but on a bigger scale... right now these heads feel "squished" haha xD ...
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    They're not too bad. And yes, draw bigger.

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    head studies+photoshop

    @Enydimon: thanks eny! yeah when i draw small, its like bleecchh...

    more loomis head studies on the tablet xD..

    1st image: crimson daggers session; wonky warm-up with tablet
    2nd image: more heads
    3rd image: new brush, more heads :3
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    wow this is one of the slowest loading sketchbooks ive ever visited lol.. Yo teapo i think the head on alot of ur figures looks small in comparison to the body, i think theyre fine height-wise but with big shoulders it makes their heads look smaller

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    Wuhuuuuu!
    Doin' great teapo! This sketchbook is fun.

    Let's slice some losers! hahaha

    Keep at it.

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    more heads!

    @Jesus Food: haha thank you very much mr. Jesus Food. yeah I notice I don't really match the proportion of the head with the rest of the body, which throws off some viewers. anyways, my page loads pretty quick for me, but I think the slowness is due to the .gif images.

    @blexano: yeah keeping a sketchbook here on CA really helps for feed back and stuff. beat em' up crimson daggers style !! i'll be watching your sketchbook buddy!

    okay so here is another study of loomis heads for establishing the 'middle' line. I think it's quite obvious I need more work on it, but then again I also need practice on my tablet more, especially approaching these technical studies.
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    more anatomy

    more anatomy studies from my head. trying to come up with my own poses, but they all seem to turn out similar to each other.. 3': i guess i should really try making them in sitting positions and other shiii~

    1st image: LOL DISCO????
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