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    Those bones look great! I particularly like those body studies, are they from a book?

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    mdbauman - Thanks, I do that so that I will try harder next time because if i'm like "omg thats so good" then the next one sucks really bad.
    Inflicts- Yes there from Anderew Loomis's books. I couldn't tell you the name of the book right this moment though.

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    Update This is one of a lot to come so stick with me
    These ones are older and are not oulines in dark so they are a lot lighter and harder to see.
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    Some more older stuff that is not dated so I have no idea when I did them I know it was before feb because that is when I started doing it.
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    Some newer stuff that has been done with in the last 3 weeks


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    Quote Originally Posted by Diarum View Post
    Some newer stuff that has been done with in the last 3 weeks
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    Some of the sketches above looks good! Especially the boat and your swan (no, it's NOT the swan of fail.....it's a beautiful swan)

    Seems that you have an edge when it comes to rendering.
    That boat is a very good one (including the wooden texture) and beats your car thumbs down!

    You're improving pretty fast, based on your recent drawings compared to those in your 1st - 2nd posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xeon_OND View Post
    Some of the sketches above looks good! Especially the boat and your swan (no, it's NOT the swan of fail.....it's a beautiful swan)

    Seems that you have an edge when it comes to rendering.
    That boat is a very good one (including the wooden texture) and beats your car thumbs down!

    You're improving pretty fast, based on your recent drawings compared to those in your 1st - 2nd posts.
    Thanks, lol cars are a lot harder then the swan so I would hope so. I'm gonna try and do some more car drawings to see if i have improved at all, As far as that goes. I can only hope. I got the "new drawing on the right side of the brain" but it doesn't seem to help me out as much as it does other people, I think that might be because I had spent so much time on CA.org and I had learned so much from it. The boat is alright, I think it got the perspective off on it so that is like a sore thumb to me. I hope to have more to show soon, my updates will be random cuz my mom is the one with the scanner and she doesn't like scanning to much, lol the only reason that she even did it is so I would get her past this part in a game for the wii.

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    Keep plugging away at that anatomy man! Also, might wana check out posematics.com to start practicing a lot with the figure. It helps a LOT.

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    Keep doing those studies man. It will pay off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diarum View Post
    Thanks, lol cars are a lot harder then the swan so I would hope so. I'm gonna try and do some more car drawings to see if i have improved at all, As far as that goes. I can only hope. I got the "new drawing on the right side of the brain" but it doesn't seem to help me out as much as it does other people, I think that might be because I had spent so much time on CA.org and I had learned so much from it. The boat is alright, I think it got the perspective off on it so that is like a sore thumb to me. I hope to have more to show soon, my updates will be random cuz my mom is the one with the scanner and she doesn't like scanning to much, lol the only reason that she even did it is so I would get her past this part in a game for the wii.
    LOL, that book is more for total beginners and it's more for getting you to see subjects as lines, proportions, perspective etc instead of symbols.
    If you're already in that mindset, then it won't be of much use to you.

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    UmpaArt - Yea I would love to but my computer is not with me atm so I can't use it for a while.

    Krel - Thanks I think I need to do research to find more stuff to study till I don't feel so bored of the ones i've been doing

    Xeon OND - I thought that it would be real helpful but I learned all that changing your mind set in Art 1 lol go I guess till my nephew gets older it was a waste of 17 bucks!

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    So what is every ones favortie music to draw to in here huh? So yea just lookin some of your stuff I have nothing really to say to it!

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    A lot of your copied stuff looks great! Combine the anatomy studies and build out your figures. If they're off, take a different colored pen and show the structure underneath and figure out what went wrong!

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