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    Sketching for school

    Some stuff taken out of my most recent sketchbook. Im trying to get ready and practice for the spring semester (The application for the school Ill be attending arrived too late for the fall).

    Right now any and all help would be much appreciated. Also I cant figure out how to post pictures on thread. Helping me out with that would be awesome in itself as Id like to post the new sketches I put out here and not have to make a new thread everytime-Unless thats how its done?

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    Hi there. You post the images the same way you posted these here. Your answer is the reply button. If you want to post your new stuff just click the reply button (post quick reply, but click Go Advanced button) at the bottom and then scroll down and click the Manage Attachments button, and then you upload the images. Whan your images are uploaded, exit the Manage Attachments page and click reply. I think thats it. By the way, your sketches are wierd, all at all, not bad, keep drawing. You may want to buy some anatomy book, for artists, as that's what most people here consider essential. Good luck!

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    Its something I do on purpose not to say my anatomy doesn't need serious improvement regardless.

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    You have a very good sense of volume and perspective, the characters feel they have a strong mass even in the pics where they are drawn with few shadows. Looking at the sketches of humans my feeling is you need to work on the anatomy to memorize better the various muscles, then the characters will really pop out of the sheet.

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    Way ahead of you, thats what peopl have been telling me to do since I got here xp. Ive recently gotten my hands on a few anatomy books thankfully.

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