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    Hey man, how are you? Thank you so much for dropping by my sketchbook and for the great post. Appreciate that.

    I really like your Bridgman stuff and the hand studies, nice line quality too. And the portrait in the first post is hilarious! I've no critic really. Just keep it up and you'll be fine!

    Btw, I've finally updated my sketchbook. Please check it out if you've time. Cheers!


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    Just some more Bridgeman studies for now

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    Really beautiful work man im looking forward to seeing more!
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    - Posemaniac 60 sec poses
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    Thanks for looking at my sketchbook. I'm really liking your figure studies, especially the Bridgman ones. Nicely done!

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    Nice updates Dan the Bridgemans are looking good and your hand studies are sweet other than the one bottom right unless your fingers really are that long and if they are sorry in advance mr pointy pinky fingers


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    The Bridgman studies are coming along nicely. Not sure about the hands though - some of them have very elongated fingers/small palms. Be sure to break them up into shapes first before adding in details.

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    Hey, Dan, I see here good practice in figure drawing. Nice shading! the Pourtrait in 1st post (the last one) is GREAT, I die laughing!

    BTW thanks for visiting my SB! Good luck and keep practice!

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    Your doing great. NEVER QUIT! Keep it up. These small sketches will turn into good habits. You are already off to a good start, but don't fall of your plan. Stick with it if you want to get good. Everyday you practice. Everyday.

    When you scale, try doing a small light underlying stick version of whatever your drawing. then start around that. It doesnt have to be accurate, just small. You can do the proportions as you go.

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    Hey, thanks for droppin by my SB! I am only glad if I can actually inspire someone!
    Digital is great fun once you start to get the hang of it. It's always nice to experiment new stuff and explore different medias, it all helps the whole process of becoming better at something you enjoy. Keep up with the studies, they are coming along nicely. I like the flow of line in the 60sec poses.

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    The 60 seconds poses look very good. Overall good proportion and line control. The hands look a little overworked for fast studies. To capture a form on paper a few fast lines are only necessary. Try doing many hands, but with less work and concentrate on proportion and movement.

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    your figures are looking pretty sweet with a nice sense of motion/energy...

    your sense of volume and proportion will get better with time and practice

    I would suggest trying breaking things down into geometric forms... especially the figures (I know I already mentioned these things to you). It looks like you are already trying that on the previous page.

    Another guy you may want to look at is Glenn Vilppu, I forgot the name of the book of his I had, but it had a lot of examples of the methods he tried to teach and you can see how he "built" a figure. There's some techniques in that book you may want to incorporate into your practice habits.

    Here's his site, and the first book is the one we used in school:

    http://www.vilppustore.com/manuals.htm
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    An early Portraits

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    Hey,


    the first portrait in your latest post is great! Strong work! And good definition of form there!


    Keep going! Don't hesitate and try to get darker when you paint with values

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    updates from Sketchbook

    - Anatomy Studies
    - Life Drawing
    - Bridgeman Studies
    - Posemaniacs 60 sec

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