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    hey nice updates thats a great exercise nice job working in a time frame. i agree wit knoxie great discipline.havin a time limit always screws with my head my favorite is the first #10 one of the head

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    PrsnSweeney: Thanks a lot and thanks for visiting again

    I did some longer drawings after I forgot three times to stop drawing after the 5 minutes deadline:

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    Good tryings, man! Well done.

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    Chr. Steam: Thanks!

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    hey nice stuff i like the work you did on the face drawings and ya i know what you mean about losing track of time i like the last face you did best your hatching is lookin much improved

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    Yeah, some lovely line work here - i'd agree with abrodos - some of the later proportions seem a little off, but that will come with more practice. Nice 'weight' to the figures, look like they are properly affected by gravity! good work.

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    hm spend more time rendering your characters these look like brief renderings

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    hey nice work, i think your linework and sense of contour are very promising, i respectfully disagree with the person on page one who said you should concentrate on building up form in 3d space - that's one way to do it, but we see in two dimensional shapes.

    if i were you i'd practice drawing from life a lot and apply what you learn to these drawings. also try to copy something EXACTLY as accurately as you can. it's easy to get into a habit of accepting slight imperfections and stylization because you think you could do better if you really tried... really try and see how hard it is

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    I'll have to answer later.

    Claudia Schiffer pregnant and another figure:

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    i like your lines on the "Claudia Schiffer" drawing

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    PrsnSweeney, ArtByManon, Joce: Thank you!

    Krato: The reason might be: I don't know how to get the rendering in a higher stadium. I only know, that I don't want to render my long time drawings like I did at the monk-drawing. I want to find a hatching / cross hatching way.

    papervampire: I thought it every time when I start fast: Don't fear the mistake. But when the drawing becomes a longer time drawing, I start to use the eraser, draw the lines slower and so on. I know, what you mean but it's hard to combine exactly (slow) watching of the reference with speed scribbling in a later stadium of the drawing.

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    Check out the great photographs of Pascal Renoux. I used one for the following drawing as a Reference:

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    is that lady putting a vibrator in her hooha?

    love your sb

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    lolbbq: That depends on your imagination.

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    Skulls are difficult.

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    Skulls are indeed difficult, and should be drawn relentlessly! they offer some of the best foundational skills and knowledge that's absolutely essential . so yeah. skulls are awesome anyway.

    Cool looking stuff! maybe play around with line weight a little more? Wether it be to show form better or to evoke certain moods or what not. I see in at least the last few of your posts lines that seem to be mostly uniform over all surfaces regardless of light source/direction or surface texture or any other variables. Might be just what you're after, but perhaps not, and there's lots to be achieved in variation I believe!

    good stuff!

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    wow nice work man you can see alot of improvement from begining to now post 99 your hatching looks really good and i like how in post 103 you used hatching to define the shapes esppecially in the ribs your stuff is lookin really good

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    monsi: Thanks for visiting! What do you mean with "line weight"? Different pencils with different line sizes?

    prsnsweeney: Thanks a lot. I haven't seen the progress. I only tried to look closer at the references to see the form under the skin

    Here's a first step with a charcoal pen on a paper which has twice the size as I used for all other drawings. I failed at all, especially with the measurements (a problem in bigger drawing) , another longer pencil drawing with a big neck and head and the next 10 female figures and 10 female faces for the 5-minutes- exercise:

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    great anatomy sketches, keep it up!

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    SageTso: Thank you!

    1st: Rome
    2nd: Middle Age Hat
    3rd picture: When Jan Vermeer painted the "Girl With a Pearl Earring" he really had to focus on the pearls...

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    I like your strong confident line work (and your subject matter) - good work.

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    referance

    I was reading through your comments and you asked for reference since life drawing classes are spendy.

    Check this DA account out he has practically unrestricted stock and over 7,000 deviations.. All stock, and many different types of poeple http://skydancer-stock.deviantart.com/

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    Puck: Thanks!

    Art-n-Coffee: Thanks for the link. Found a few other stock pages there and posted them into the Nude Reference Thread of the Forum.

    Here comes another Frazetta study, another figure and the next ten 5-minute-faces and figures:

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    Quote Originally Posted by p sage View Post
    You're too concerned about drawing the contours of things... the "outside edge"

    That's not how to do it. You need to understand the structure of the thing, and build it from the inside out.

    Drawing the figure is a complex business. Starting by learning the "anatomy" of simpler 3D forms would be of good use to you. Gestures of spheres is a good exercise. Simple geometries (like that of spheres and boxes) builds into more complex geometries (like that of the human body)... and there's no way you can make a body look convincing simply by drawing a wavy line to describe an outline of it. You have to know the structure to make it look convincing.

    Start at the beginning, and you'll improve faster.
    I don't fully agree with this comment. You have to be able to strike the arabesque (outline) of your subject and work from general to specific. I agree you should understand anatomy and practice tone with basic shapes etc... but learning to draw just with line quality is actually very good practice. Being able to strike the entire shape of your subject is the first crucial skill to learn, I would suggest working more on tone to describe form as well as (or instead of depending on your preference) line and practice achieving a good set of values.

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    Marine Blue: Thanks for visiting and your comment! How would you start to learn or practice value? Simple forms? Different pencils? (Remember my own goal to find a shadow-style by crosshatching - not by the way I did at the monk or in the following drawing)

    Vespa and gasmask. Don't know, if I am going to finish the vehicle:

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    nude chick with a gasmask...nice!
    and please finish the Vespa...you need to push yourself to draw out of your comfort zone.

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    ANGRY filipino: Thanks! The figure drawings have to be improved. No vehicle focus

    Archambault Peanut Shapes to get into the right mood to draw:

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    Copy of a Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec painting:

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    Next Copy of a Frazetta Girl. I had to change the weapon into a "peacefull" vibrator:

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