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August 5th, 2011 #361
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Hey. Thanks for stopping by. Seems to me your doing great progress here. All the anatomy sketches are particulary interesting. Where do you reference them from?
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August 9th, 2011 #363
Looked at all the stuff you did since my last visit here. I like the variation of topics in your sketchbook a lot.
And I need to admit what you have so nice flowing drawing lines. Looking good!
That page of drawings in the latest update with the ellipses is giving me the creeps. It looks so easy to construct them, but I just don't get it. Good to see you working on those basic shapes and forms!
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August 9th, 2011 #364
August 10th, 2011 #365
As everyone else has said...GREAT improvement in here...confidence has increased...knowledge...coloring...everything is increasing. Lookin good so far...just keep at it!!
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August 23rd, 2011 #366
ismo: Thanx! My last anatomy sdudies are from Michael Hampton's book "figure drawing - design and invention"
Valyavande: Thank you! Yes, ellipses are so devastating, but necessary...
spoonfruit: Thank you for such good words!!!
August 31st, 2011 #367
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September 3rd, 2011 #370
I enjoy looking at your pencil sketches a lot. You have a very appealing style.
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September 5th, 2011 #373
Really nice studys. Youre sense of bulking are getting better in every new post, but one thing to notice is that your drawings seems to have a blocked form. Try to draw flowing a little more. Sorry if couldnt explain in a better way. My english is very bad.
Youre doing great!
keep it up
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September 5th, 2011 #374
Zia is lovely, the colors makes her even sweeter. But I guess she deserve better feet, her hands are much more realistic and graceful than her feet. But it took another visit to notice that, back then I just liked it (but I didn't want to give an "I like it" comment).
The real life sketches looks good. Mine are usually bad. I'm slow enough but whenever I try to draw someone, they change their gesture 5-10 seconds later, seriously. It's confusing but my own willing model is impatient too *sigh*. Real figures have so much more information though so I won't give up.
Your SB is better and better
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September 12th, 2011 #375
n1frit: Спасибо )) Буду стараться!!
wasabi89: I hope I get what you mean, that's the problem I see too, but I think I need more and more practice to get my lines more soft
shiNIN: Yes, anatomy of feet what I will study next! Thank you for nice comment!
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September 12th, 2011 #376
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September 12th, 2011 #379
That study is really nice
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September 13th, 2011 #380
I like this latest study. Good stuff from imagination The face looks really beautiful and I like the colors in it. However like Ramalooke said the pose looks somewhat stiff. I think the torso should be a bit longer (?) because the viewpont is not really that high. Also the shadows on the body look somewhat "dirty" (too dark, grey, colorless, or whaterver is the word I'm looking for?), mostly in the boobs area. Also the boobs look too big but that's only my opinion, lol. Anyways good job I hope I managed to give at least somewhat useful crit this time Keep up the good work!
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September 13th, 2011 #381
Your skill is growing up very well
Sorry for my bad english...i try to improve it(and if you can help me )
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September 17th, 2011 #382
Creusa: Да, навык рисования сисек просто обязателен в сегодняшних реалиях)))
Ramalooke: Thank you for crits, that's so nice you still remember such an old movie))
magicnmyth: Thank you! But you have so lovely works too!
Satupeikko: Thank you for good crits, really appreciate this! What about boobs - I intended to make them big, because usually I like small sizes)))
Snayke: Thank you))
A bit of anatomy and couple of doodles in Alchemy software. By the way it's great and free, you can make random forms there for practice. Here is their website http://al.chemy.org/.
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September 17th, 2011 #383
Hello! Nice studies, it seems you're improved a lot! Congrats!
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September 17th, 2011 #384
Nice Hampton studies, and I just love the Zia fanart. I agree that the feet could handle a little more attention, and I think her left (our right) hand looks a little awkward being bent out; it might look more natural if it were aligned with the arm (we tend to only bend the wrist out like that if we have a specific reason, like if you're holding something or reaching out to something). The study from imagination in post #375 is very nice; I really enjoy the outfit design and her face, but I agree that her chest looks very strange. It looks like she's bending forward a bit based on the foreshortening of the torso, but then her breasts should be sagging down and together based on the pose and the fact that they are rather large. Anyway, keep up the good work!
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September 17th, 2011 #385
your studies look good but what i can say is that in the process of going from a study to a drawing that you do from your imagination you loose the information. Make sure your mind is on what you have to learn from a study and nothing else because you can end up doing a lot of them but because of the lack of focus you wont be able to get most of the information in.
When you draw leave your problems outside and only focus on the moment, hope this helped and keep it up.
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October 3rd, 2011 #388
Alis: Thank you)
dierat: Thank you for so nice crits, I still have a lot to work on
m0uS3r: Thank you! It is really sometimes diffucult for me to find time when I can leave all problems behind, but you're right, it worth trying)
Ramalooke: It's a program called Alchemy. It's free, you can find all the information at http://al.chemy.org/
October 4th, 2011 #389
It's a lot of improvment here, really nice to see ^^
Like the Alchemy stuff and the last warrior looks good.
Keep up the good work nad stay bacon
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October 7th, 2011 #390
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