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    ryanoir: Thanks for always stopping by man.

    Okay, I have a ton of stuff I haven't bothered photographing/scanning, so in the meantime here are some horses. All from photo ref except the last page which is from imagination. They are each less than ten minutes, but more than five. I need to study horse anatomy sometime; I have no idea what I am doing, and these are probably really off.

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    Hey Andrew, me again! I've really enjoyed looking through your SB. You have some great work to look at and I like the way you get such a good sense of weight and form to your drawings. Really admire your pencil rendering. I hope you keep posting because it will be great to see more, especially as you seem to be progressing so well.

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    Marian Rowling: Thank you very much. I plan on keeping this updated for years to come. And I left a comment in your sketchbook.

    Here are a some selections from the past few life drawing sessions. They range from 90 seconds to 30 minutes. Oh, and the stork was drawn from a photo.

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    Wonderfully solid humans and horses on those last two batches! Keep it up

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    nice improvement

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    tehmeh: Thank you very much. I'm always trying to convey form best I can...now all I need to do is learn how colour works.
    andres333: Thanks.

    So here are just a few things. The first two are the first time I have done any long poses. About 2.5 hours and just under 2. The second one was also me trying out charcoal--I put down a wash and then used an eraser for highlights and a charcoal pencil for some darker values. Neither photographed very well unfortunately, and look much better and smoother in real life.

    The digitals are just some quick photostudies, with the last one being from imagination. They took about half an hour each give or take a bit (and a little over an hour on the imagination one), and I was trying out a different approach. I used a hard round on really high opacity and painted in major blocks of values. Only at the end did I do a bit of more refined blending. I think I need to play with this more than my usual slowly building up in thin washes approach since it is both faster and I think probably describes the form better.

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    you are really getting the hang of form, especially in them horses dude! really nice
    and use bigger brushes like dile has been telling me to do hehe, it really makes it look bettter

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    ryanoir: Thanks...yeah, I need to work on brush economy.

    Okay, ryanoir here has been doing life drawing digitally, and I thought I'd give it a shot. The gestures were awful, so here are the longer poses (20, 30, 30, 25).

    On a side note, I made it to the final round in Last Teen Standing. So yay for me!

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    daw im mentioned lol
    theyre looking good, but id reccomend not blending as much as you are, theyre very strokey
    there a lot better than my first time though!
    great stuff man, keep at it

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    GAAH I HAVEN'T UPDATED IN A WHILE HERE'S A BUNCH OF STUFF FROM LIFE, PHOTOS AND IMAGINATION (IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER). I haven't really been drawing much this week, haven't even been able to do it daily. Also my entry for the final round of Last Teen Standing, in which I depicted Prometheus' punishment as hell. It was done without reference, except for the wing (looking at feather placement), and I looked at Roberto Ferri for skin tone help/how I wanted to depict the torso.

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    The LTS is lookin good, I suggest maybe having some lights in the background, it seems a bit too dim when compared to the scene. But that's just my opinion.

    Also, where did you go to draw those pose studies? Like what website?

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    thats sure a lot of figure studies, great stuff! lines are looking shnazzy
    that last lts is looking really really nice! just missing a huge cock, but yeah you get that, i feel as if the bird just stuck a huge dildo up his ass, painted really nicely bro
    keep at it

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    The studies are really starting to show Andrew
    Keep up the hard work man looking forward to seeing more
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