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    Sleepless again, so, started but not finished yet, a model of an overweight woman. Sorry for the hand, i' m gonna buy some long wodden sticks today so i can place it right. Also, i had to mix some plastcines due to lack of quantity so, here comes some crapy colors.
    Plasticine.

    The images i used is of this lady here
    http://www.female-anatomy-for-artist...cr=2396&rl=416
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    Update. Pencil on paper.
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    Some anatomy updates.
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    Hi everyone. Took me some time to update.. Here's some grayscale sketches i did today. I find it very difficust not to play with opacity due to mouse but i use it occasionally. The one with the conductor is not finished and the first pencil sketch has a lot of mistakes. Please i need critique on those grayscale. Also tell me how much time is normally needed for finishing a work like this with mouse so i can test myshef. Any advice is welcome as tutorials about grayscale painting etc. Thanks in advance!
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    dhmhtrh mono ena prama na pw kai efuga. "Mathaineis kai ekselisese uperbolika grhgora man!!!!!
    What a fast improvement!!!!!
    keep it up really.
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    Kosta thnx man! Hope it gets me somewhere in the end..

    Να σαι καλά ρε τρέλα! Τρέχεις υποθέτω τώρα με εξεταστικές ε? Και εγώ δύσκολα αλλά το χουμε.
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    Some update. I think it takes much more time than it should... Maybe it's just the start yet. Critigue please!
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    Great sketches. We both need to draw more dynamic angles of characters and more landscapes.
    Though the bamboo forest is dense, water flows through it freely.

    My Sketchbook.
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    Some great work ... I especially love the line shading you do ... for example in the Line King drawing you did ... awesome!

    The anatomy studying is really helping, and you can really see it working, so keep it up.

    Love it ... keep it up!
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    It is a good way to human anatomy.Post some more。
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    Martell.Joshua thanks man and you' re right about the ancles, but most of all for the enviros!

    Norris thank you for your time and words. Also, there's something smone told me about the lines i hadn't thought and probably is very right: doing the same lines, with the same pressure everywhere, don't make the drawing dynamic...

    MR.ACE thanks for your time! But tell me, which way do you mean about anatomy? The one with plasticines?

    Thank you all for your time and crit is always welcome and needed!

    Some update. Pencil on paper.
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    Love the update, you have a great style.

    Back to the lines ... so you just do the same strength lines everywhere, but just more lines where you want it darker? Is that what your saying? Sorry, I really love the technique and want to have a go!

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    Norris thanks again! That' s a quick reply!

    It' s my pleasure to help when i can so, about the lines. Till now, i didn't practice any specific techinque for the lines really. I just always like drawing shapes with lines even when i am just bored on the uni (see sketch 1 below)... The one thing i really like to focuse on is not to touch one line another (2) but insteed, doing many lines very close which they always (nearly) converge. Also, it is very important from where you start the line, because the starting point will always be the most intent (3). I could describe the course of the line (hand) as an attack-sustain-release progression (4). On every step, you can see the pressure forced by hand. One more thing is about the movement you want, which specifies, on the most part, the course/ pressure of the lines you will make. Oh smthing i just remembered: I try to avoid crossing the lines (5) ecxept it's needed, but that's just what i like cause i think i mix two different styles which don't match. I think that's all , or the most important.
    Nevertheless, it started as a game for me and after that, i thought and made it an element. I also think that this lining can give you just a great effect. I don't think i use it good yet, or to be specific, i' m far from using it right...

    The other thing i wrote on my previous post is that with that kind of lines, many of my sketches tend not to be dynamic. That's because of the same lines on the overall drawing... Also, i am not sure about that, but a trusted person mentioned and said that i cannot have the same strenght on every line! So i keep that in mind.

    Hope i helped! And sorry for the bad English!
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