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    Drew's Sketchbook

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    Nice portrait. Portraits are so interesting to draw in my opinion...

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    Yo, front row please
    Welcome man, doing the right thing following your heart. It'll take you places people only dream of.

    Looking forward to see more stuff.

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    Art Dump #1

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    Art Dump #2

    These ones are old and from Loomis. I wish I didn't have to go to school, that way I could learn more.

    I apologize for any eye-burning that may occur from gazing at my crappy art for too long -.-

    Right, i'm going to get on with some Bridgman !

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    Some Bridgman

    Here's some bridgman from today, it's going to take me a long while to get through these eight books...

    I'm off to do some posemaniacs

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    Wow! A really great start! And look at all those studies!!! It also great to see so much done in traditional mediums. If I were to suggest 1 thing, it would be to do some more drawing from life. Draw your cat, arms, calculators...whatever. You can always learn something from what is around you. Ah, I'm blathering on... keep it up mate.

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    Quick Update

    A few bad studies from characterdesigns.com... I really need a scanner. Or learn how to use a camera.
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    As has been said, great start! So many studies, nice.

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    I'm a bit of a failure when it comes to anything original... Thanks for the kind words, once I get a scanner hopefully you'll be able to see my stuff and give me some crits.

    Goodnight !

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    Nice work Loki, I like your attitude! Screw what the teachers say, just ignore them, don't let them put stupid ideas in your head Seems like you have that under control anyway hehe.

    Keep up this pace and you'll be awesome in no time! Looks like you're doing all the right stuff!

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    Ha ha, give it two years Thanks for the encouraging words, time to get on with todays studys... Maybe I'll dig out the Vilppu.

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    Update

    Not much today (Well, yesterday), started some Vilppu and I love it, it'll help me make sense of construction I think. Need to find a good book on artistic perspective, I have one but I think it's very technical and pertaining to architechture... I think Loomis recommends one in Fun With a Pencil.

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    Seriously, dude, you're my latest inspiration here and I've subscribed to this thread.

    I'm in the final year of GCSE's in England, and I have to say, the art education at this level is horrific. If very occasionally the teacher (Who is actually a language teacher...) teaches us something, it will be irrelevant, based on false information (She thinks that paint is additive mixing lol...) and usually involves us copying some contemporary twats style. I've been doing lots of self study, reading anything I can get my hands on (I recently found Bridgman's Complete Drawing from Life in some ratty old bookstore )
    Same here. Come to think of it, years back when I took my GCSE O' Levels (ours was the Singapore version), we were taught crap.
    The first few weeks or so (2 lesson per week, each lasting 2 hours), we went straight into drawing apples and oranges, and straight after that, we learned watercolor painting, all in a time span of 2 months or so. After that, we proceeded to doing craft work for the rest of the 2 years.

    It's good to see you're learning this all on your own. In particular, those anatomy studies look very well done.

    Keep up the good work and spirit, dude. I'm rooting for you!

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