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    aronjs: Thank you!
    Ccs: thanks for the words, and i been having that book for a few years now

    heres a few of last weeks lifedrawing...and was gonna post some more lifedrawigns and stuff from character design class but attachment manager is acting wonky all of a sudden D: ill post the rest later!

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    really cool stuff! Keep up the good work!

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    Your gestures are really lively and full of motion. You do so many gestures too, which is great! Very nice update!

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    Awesome gestures, love em.

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    wooden mango, Aresa, AlexTooth; thank you´s!

    just some doodles, trying to get into the mood, feels like my brain shut down when springbreak started and i wanted to draw alot this week grr....

    and the last sketches is some rough ideas for this weeks chow, royal wedding...ill see if i can get some ideas for a man for her too x)

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    ideas for chow, some random doodles of my oc´s, and some rock studies at the beach...

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    nice character designs! your figure work is also impressive, no lie! great work! =]

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    Loving it. Very inspiring stuff.

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    Dante Philippe, < 3 . : thank you so much for your kind words!

    hmm i thought i uploaded these yesterday but i guess something went wrong :o hope i didnt post it somewhere else o.O

    anywho...heres some lifedrawings from this week and some character poses....

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    Looks like your doing good drawings although some of them seem rushed. I know these are life drawings but sometimes you'll need to exxagerate the forms if the angle you are looking at is not "popping" for you.

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    some damn fine improvement. you're making me jealous. lol

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    cout<mecha: thank you for pointing that out, hadnt really thought of it that way. this week i tried not to rush it as much!
    Jeff Bartzis: thanks! you really think so? That means alot ! im trying to push myself but i cant see any improvements myself, it just feels like im degrading every day gfdshgiufg

    only a bunch of lifedrawing from this week, nothing fun...ugh..i tried not to ruchs these as it seems i have done before, i tried to take a moment and think of what i am doing...dunno if theres any better or not, my lifedrawings feels so stiff and bleh...bleh...
    lol sorry for notes that makes no sense on some of them x)

    but, i just borrowed me a book of vilppu, see if he can help me improve... i know he has some awesome videos but i dont know where to get a hold of them D:

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    so i was browsing thru sketchbooks earlier today and saw someone posting this list of noses that could be nice to study for a variety of noses, so i decided it would be a good practice...'

    but i did 5 of each, thought it be good for variety of ups and downs and sideviews and front...gawd noses is sooooo hard
    but ima gonna continue this, it was fun too, next ill be digging up photos of friends and draw their noses

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