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    The Mad Traveler...

    Hi guys! I was a little terrified to start a sketchbook because of all the top quality artwork on this forum, as well as seeing some pieces in people's sketchbooks. However, no more beating around the bush, my 'art demons' are going back to 'Tartarus' where they belong.

    So a little brief about myself. I'm 22 yrs. old got into the Art Institute of Pittsburgh for three years...*spare details*

    For someone who values basics and foundations first as opposed to digital. I realized I wasn't getting enough traditional studies, so I quit.

    So, without further ado...here is my Sketchbook. Criticisms and Critiques are most welcome, I am having trouble with anatomy and the like; even though most of these are gestures and observation drawings right now, there is more to come. I would love advice to help improve myself as an artist.

    Thank you kindly for reading this.
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    Sorry I haven't updated. Loomis studies...it's not much I know. Working on other stuff. ):

    I will try to update everyday. >_<;
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    Here are some gestures studies from Posemaniacs.com. More on the way.
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    I think these, your clothing is coming together nicely, my hardest thing is cloths and folds and stuff. Keep the studies coming, YOU GOTTA WANT IT REAL BAD!
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    Thanks I know. I trying my damn hardest to keep going, as my motivation doesn't always stay with me. D: but thanks for the encouragement. This is the last small gesture drawing(s) for at least a few hours; I know its only one (it's almost 1am and I want to get sleep so I can get up early). Probably should go draw cloth...gotta go find cheap ass blanket cloth and pin it up to my wall. Damn, snow is keeping me from going to go 'people-watching' at mall so...I'll do with what I have.

    More when I get up.

    EDIT: More gestures.
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    Here are some more gestures and also I was trying to draw the figure in pen; it's hard. D: but, I also wanted to see the round forms hence the red curved lines on the body. C&C is appreciated.

    More to come tomorrow.
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    Here are some more studies...some observation from outside, mall, etc. other from books and the like.

    *note to self:
    - Start dating sketches and works
    - Try to keep things in order
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    Here's some more gestures from Posemaniacs.com
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    Here some more studies and a random face.
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    You go dude.
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    Here are some more studies I did at a 'Hall' type building called the Red Fern up in Ridgway, PA. Tried to do some environment studies of a bar/table landing area as well but didn't turn out.
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    A Bammes study of foundation of the ribcage and hip and some gestures from the chainsaw rendevous (aka-Chainsaw Massacre )

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    Here's some Glenn Vilppu studies.

    I really gotta just learn to look at one or two anatomy books and study the crap out of them. I study from too many and I have too many.

    Anyway, more to come.
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