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    yes they are from hogarth and i agree i have been looking for another source thanks for the tips ill look it up as far as portrait studies i have been using old master sculpture and paintings the one i am working on curently is from michelangelo its a sculpture he did for ceaser if you have any sugestions for portrait studies let me know


    here is the portrait after more work
    have to finish the beard

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    ok i did some more work i darkened in some of my values had to give up on the beard though starting to get fustrated with it any suggestions for further portrait studies ???

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    here are some bridgmans head studies done with ink

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    eye studies also from bridgman
    did all these in class today thank god my finals are over now i can get back to drawing ... the eyes are very rewarding to draw think i shall do more

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    so i been thinkin while i was doing these studies... i need to do some gesture drwing and more figure drwing luckly my class next quarter is gesture drawing but ya going to start hittin the gestures

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    more stuff copied frank frazetta

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    Hi,
    Have to agree with Justin, Hogarth is excellent for understanding what is happening to the muscle forms, as they are purposely blown out as dixtinct shapes, but as an aesthetic-if you want a realistic style, not the best to emulate.
    Was looking at your 1st page, turning my head sideways.......their is a lot of energy in your drawings, which is great! I would harness that and think about how to express a single line to express the movement or life of the figure. When there are a lot of lines, they all compete for the form and what the viewer sees is less discernible, IMO.

    2nd, 3rd pages have some good stuff going on. In your inks, there is more unity and flow as copied from the Masters. Think in these term for your charcoals as well. How to simplify what you see.
    Frazzetta is my all time favorite illustrator. You cannot go wrong doing studies from him, I'm going to do same.

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    hey thanks for the crit and ya i think frazetta is awsome just watched a movie bout him for the last day of anatomy class

    ok did some studies of drapery

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    here is a plant study i did i kinda like the outcome plants are kinda new to me as far as drawing them so it was a good change of pace

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    Latest update is really great! Keep it up with those bridgeman studies also the master portrait studies are awsome!

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    hey thanks for the encouragement justin
    alright here is something about a month or two old but havent gotten around to posting it , pastel experiment i did

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    Thank you for the encouragement!!! Keep drawing man!!! Try out some pose maniacs...P.S You know you can put your SB in your signature go to > User CP (top left) then signature...link it...

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    ha thanks just linked it

    ok here is an old experiment i did with watercolors just wanted to post it so when i post other colored work you can see what i started at

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    ok here is some work i did two quarters ago in my color thoery class out proffesor had us to studies of his own work here is a link to his website where you can see all his original work his name is Tak Salmastyan

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    here are some studies of line
    been using pen nibs instead of the usual technical pen
    it is more fluid and kinda makes me feel like im going old school
    only problem is the nib doesnt hold much ink befor i have to dip it again

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    Your art is like a basic flow of forms, making it easy to get the basic shapes. When it comes to drawing more details, that might be kind of hard. I think you are in the middle of two ways you can go. Create the details in your own way so they don't look exactly like what it really looks like or make a change like a second stage to finish and make it look like what it is. Both ways have a finished look, just like those statues you draw. The artist carved the beard like it was flowing hair, but in real life it is kinky and usually all over the place, add your own flair. They did.

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    Your figure stuff is improving very fast, good work.
    The more you do it the better it will get, just gotta keep grinding it.
    That reminds me, I ought to do some studies myself, excuse me..

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    yes i must practice practice practice
    and thank you again chips for the insight you always give me alot to contemplate i have a long journey ahead of me and im going to work my ass off to be the best i can and try to naturally let my style develope on its own

    ok here is a drawing of a smiling old man i have started

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    here are some ink sketches i did of environments this morning i made these fast and sketchy just trying to capture the general idea

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    one more quick sketch

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    here is a mountain sketch im startin to play around with sketching landscapes and mountains

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    heres a quick sketch ...lately i have been thinking about the composition of the sketches in my sketchbook, like how do i draw multiple images without having them seem crowded by eachother

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    totally love ur studies man!

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    The scenery looks good.
    That old man looks a lot like my hero Albert Einstein.

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    good studies! Like the drawings

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    Thanks for dropping by my book!! Man you are kicking ass!! I think your 100 times better then your teacher, seriously! Keep it up man!

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    atmospheric perspective study

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    quick sketch

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    here are some gestures i mixed with a sketch of a mountain
    i mixed up the size of the gestures just for fun

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    copy from a christopher hart drawing book

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