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    asian sensation

    been lurking around for a long time, figured it was about time to start a sb!
    i'm linda and i like to draw. it's a hobby at the moment and i don't know if i'll pursue an artistic career in the future. regardless, i'm extremely interested in improving. i'm currently 17 and i go to school in cambridge, MA. i started to.. somewhat seriously draw at age 13 and have no formal art education.

    i LOVE constructive criticism!!
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    i need to work on anatomy+gesture, observations, perspective, stills/objects, environments, and value+colors. but don't we all..

    any particular resource(s) you want to share?

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    first is from ref and second is from imagination
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    thanks for visiting my SB and welcome
    your stuff looks great show us more

    cheers
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    Some nice stuff! Welcome to CA, pop into my SB and say hi at some stage =)

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    wow really beutiful. You seem to have come a long way with becoming good at drawing. Keep posting, I really want to see more girl Cheers / Brain
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    Wow, nice picks, very impressive, at the very least keep up the hobby. If you want texts to study from for all those things mentioned, http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=131117
    check out here and the site it links for good texts on it, Bridgeman and Loomis are the normal faves of people around here it seems but look about.
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    steve g: thanks!
    magic man: will do. i have visited your sb already but i will attempt to make a proper post soon!
    paintmybrain: thank you, i will try my best to post :>
    hemlocklogic: i do have copies of loomis and yes, i agree he and bridgman are popular here. thanks for the link and stopping by!

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    didn't have a lot of time to draw the last couple of days. sketched this quickly based off of imagination and already i spot lots of flaws - feel free to articulate! i plan on doing some studies tomorrow.
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    nice start on your sketchbook. you are young and talented. as you already said so, Ill said it again - study anatomy and human figure
    Just keep it up, so far so good!
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    oh last post is looking sweet. I can't see any errors with it, make some details and post it here please / Brain
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    About that last one: except for her breast being set a bit high it's a nice study. To tell the truth, even though you haven't posted much yet, i'm very curious as to what more you'll put up here. Especially the pencil work on that little girl's face is very promising.
    If you're looking for figure poses to study from a decent source is characterdesigns.com. A
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    ughh i wish i had more time during the week to draw. can't wait until summer


    this is part of an art trade.
    even though this is supposed to be a little cartoonish, her head is too big!!
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    Linda, you have some great stuff going on here, I can't wait to see more! I know you don't have much time - trust me I know all about that! Do with it what you want, if its just for fun don't stress about it just enjoy it! Keep it up!
    "A good design is like a math problem. There are a specific set of rules in which you need to follow. Break down the elements of the design and complete them one step at a time."

    "In each illustration you aren't just creating a design, you are creating an entire world. Build and create a world, not just an abstract, out of place object."


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    human machine. some reference from the book and some referenced from my own hands and various stock. it's clear how terrible my foreshortening abilities are!
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