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badass: thanks a lot! I am not very happy of my ugly mug but I will try to do some self portraits
shambok: thanks a lot man!
Some more skecthes. The cat studies are from the book of Alan Turner: The big cats and their fossil relatives.
wow, amazing studies! big cats are one of my favourite animals.
do you know the weatherly guide to drawing animals by Joe Weatherly? it's a great book C:
Aquaticdog: thanks a lot, and thanks for the tip!
Alright, I decided to lead by example and I will post one page of anatomy studies each day. Here is the first from our belowed book (dunno but why I don't like it ...) + a bonus sketch:
Bridgman studies and a not-oh-so-succesful forest
Bridgman studies and a quick skecth in PS.
Bridgman studies, clouds and maple leaves:
I really like your line work in the anatomy sketches ... love the freedom and movement they posses. Good work!
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Hi, Pixel Cheetah!
Thanks for taking a look at my sketchbook.
I really like your style! Especially how you shade. You make all your figures look really alive. Your Bridgman studies are coming along really well. The animals that you draw are great too! I especially like the one that's leaping. Post more!
Thanks Cheetah for your comments on my work. You have some great work going on, i like your use of pen its very confident and vibrant. Hope i can learn something from you!
All the best :
shambok, Senbekal, 8bit: thank you guys!
Here is a Bridgman and a value study:
nice work, really like the life drawings the most.
Bridgman studies and some skecthes:
I love those animal anatomy sketches! gesture and hand studies also look nice. Don't stop pushing those faces - they are somehow less elegant and simple (and structured) than your animal sketches.
"Try again, fail again, fail better!" Samuel Beckett Sketchbook
Awesome figure work and pen sketches. And the gestures for the cats are great. I agree with Novbert on the faces. Keep on postin!
Novbert, Sonia: thanks a lot!
Here are some crabs for the shake of variety
Those crabs are quite cool, is it India ink? And did you paint them all with the same brush?
Hi Scale, it is a Koh-I-noor drawing ink, and yes I did them with the same brush.
I actually wrote a long post to my blog recently (check my profile for a link) about Bridgman studies. I'm a really big believer in using Bridgman as a sort of rosetta stone to the simple mechanics of the body... particularly in relation to the issue of balance/gravity. Most people focus on the anatomy parts in Bridgman but I think the best stuff can be learned from his full figure drawings because the artist will rarely have occasion to draw just a single limb or muscle grouping.
Im loving the charactertures, & amongst most of your work you have absolutely beautiful line work~ Keep it up!
here <--- My progressive sketchbook~
Jason: thanks for the tip!
studies, girls and Liv Tyler ,):
what an awesome sketchbook, I love your style and line work. And those animal anatomy sketches and gestures looked cool as well.
a few Alchemy doodles:
I like the way you shade. The cats are nice too.
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nice update. The animals and fish look awesome.
Justyna, krysjez, Leo_7: thanks a lot!
Liv Tyler reloaded, C&C most welcome.
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