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    Thanks for the kind words!

    Spartan Camp Scribbles

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    That is the real stuff man, anatomy studies and
    spartan camp. You are a killer.


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    keep this updates coming , i am impressed .

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    Exiting sketchbook! to say the least.

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    Thanks to all!

    Copies from Anthony Ryder's book,
    some perspective fun,
    a few figures and
    again study-stuff from Gottfried Bammes' great book:

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    Lots of studies here with proper shading and clean lines. Very nice.

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    Sady: Thank you!

    This turtle took me to watch much longer on reference than to draw. I tried to combine/link the figure anatomy of turtle necks into the humanlike body. It sucks to fail at the way I want to communicate my ideas without using reference and to search what could be combined to a working (movable) creature.

    I think, I am near 3 stars of achievable "Draw from reference"-level - but I am at 0,5 stars of an achievable "Draw from imagination"-level. Still feeding my brain with bits (yeah, in very small steps) of concepts.

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    Hey,surus.The new work is fantasy.It show you have great imagination.
    Keep post.I want to see more.

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    MaFeng: Thanks!

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    Some fast legs and still problems with face proportions...

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    Hey Man!

    Hahahaa,
    my idea was to leave a reply containing just 'Hey Man!',
    cause I never did that before, but I guess that would be a good feeling,
    would release my demons. Anyway, I could not do it this time cause
    Michael Jackson was playing on my radio station and it motivated me differently,
    but the next reply will be "hey man".
    Awii man, you always have some interesting things going on here,
    you surprises me real hard and my lungs go full of flower aroma, I just
    like that feeling, and that is why I visit your book from time to time.
    If we would be living in medieval ages, you would be a wizard and a witch
    combination and you would be burnt to crisps, but we are living in the future
    and you are a pure wizard without a witch combination and you are
    making some bloody mayhem with your art.
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    Nice work and lovely shading, although the woman in #251: her right eye needs to be shifted down a bit, other than that you've done her face well. Keep it up.

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    Red face

    Hey Surus. Nice figure work. I like what you put about 'still feeding my brain with bits'. Building up that mental resource is constant work and you seem to be progressing really well. Your anatomical work is inspiring, I need to look at more naked people...oh my

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    draw construction lines....for example the lady face need a line to "connect" the eyes...

    Do you know this?
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    I used many of Bammes' works to combine elements into this centaur:

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    Tried jabba to practice fat skin folds. Found the reference pic at ccsears' sketchbook thread:

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    Keep working on the head construction. It should become second-nature to you after a while- this should be helpful with keeping the eyes just right, knowing how the features protrude etc. Right now, things (the eyes in particular) still seem somewhat 'two dimensional' and a bit.. 'detached'.

    Stick with the construction and you'll be able to do heads with ease Then work on the necks so that you know how the head and body combine. This'll do wonders for your full body poses in general.

    Hope this helps

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    surus~ you're getting there! slowly but surely :3 keep on working hard-- esp with the head construction as Jacklesbury mentioned. i really dig your shading technique on post #250 and #251 !!

    keep on~

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    Ben-Hur is my great friend, and Jabba the Hut is
    also my great friend, I like how you draw them.
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    haha Donut-Duckhead-Ape! awesome!
    great sketches you have here man and the studies look very promising.
    the bammes stuff is cool sure felt like it helped me a lot.
    keep it up, mate.

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    The first one is dedicated to LtPlissken. Used only reference for the face part. I think he will release more ideas than I ever will and as he gets better and better they'll show up in is sketchbook. Visit his sketchbook!

    I used a photo of David Bailey for the second. Got a great photobook of his exhib which contains very usable black white photos (men, women, old and not all supermodel figures). Here's a link to some photographs:
    http://www.faggionato.com/exhibitions/?object_id=39

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    some fast drawn head-outlines from the movie "Unleashed" and a nurse with a gasmask from the movie "Female Agents"

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    Nice pencils right here ... keep it up

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    Ho-Ho-Ho!
    Merry Christmas my friend!!!

    Hahaha, the drawing dedicated to me is just brutally awesome.
    I am a twisted minded guy, so I guess no one will understand me,
    but looks like you do a bit. Thank you for this gorgeous drawing,
    I am so honored.
    And you motivated me now, I will also do a small sketch of a big
    bad wolf putting his dong in some little princess's mouth.
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    the shadings looking so much better on that last drawing..try to think in simple shapes, and then how light would hit those shapes, and then break that into directional lines, or planes of light almost.keep this in mind when you're shading next time, really think about what you're drawing, then it'll become second nature eventually

    ...the imperfections make it interesting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EuraForsethj View Post
    There are definitely a number of particulars like that to take into consideration.
    this applies to every aspect of art..painting as well..the more relatable something is, the easier it is to understand, thus the shapes, and that's why understanding the very basics is key, and after value comes an even mightier beast: color

    ...the imperfections make it interesting...

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    great stuff! your steadily improving in here, the figures are looking alot better from all of those studies!! keep it up!

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    Hey, really nice sketches, i would suggest you to make more constructive studies (just don't really know how to call it) and not shape and outline sketches, in my opinion you should move to loss shape sketches only when you have the fully grasp of the human anatomy and how each part supposed to look.

    If i wasn't clear i"ll try to explain it this way: (sorry for posting my own stuff in your thread) I think that you should make more studies like the leg on the right, now you're making studies that look more like the ones on the left.


    When you'll be able to convey form with basic shapes and shadows you"ll be able quite easily to convey shapes only with few lines.

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    Thanks to all for your support!

    Fallenangel: That's because I don't know and don't see how the form continues in shapes or how the lines wrap exactly around the form. I try to get it but I'm still not getting it, even if I have a reference photo with best light / shadow taken.

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    and some optional studies of the last spartan camp. The guy got the world's first pencil piercing !


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