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    The bewbs and skulls and stuff

    Sup folks!

    Below are some of my conjurations that I've done the last months, somewhat in the right order

    Hope you enjoy and give me some good feedback

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    So heres another one of my dudes, 1st one of the cemester done!
    Doing the same one separately from this one to see the diffrence

    So far ive gotten alot better ideas when creating him while doing then pencil...a gap that needs to be bridged I guess ^^

    Thx for checking in and enjoy!!

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    I think your work translates to the digital media really well. Much more appealing rendering than the pencil drawings. The pencil drawings definitely get better as they go down the thread, the last one being the best by far. For me, I'd say your main issues are light source, anatomy, and gesture. Figure Drawing classes would take care of that better than anything. Keep up the good work!

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    I remember "How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way" has a very helpful section on creating dynamic poses. There is a new version of the book that might be even better. I would check that out for inspiration.

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    hah ok thanks

    Yeh I have a problem to just starting heavily rendering without much thought of gesture and composisson, a problem that needs to be solved

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