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    I'd post them a little bigger if i was you, can't see much of them at the moment. But you've already heard what i had to say about them, you know with all the walking :p You're doing OK, but remember to focus on gesture and proportion, and to put some variation in your exercise diet. See ya around meng!
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    little bigger next time i'd say as well. But these do show your passion and drive.
    And as the others said drawing a lot is the key so you seem to be working right.

    anyway don't have much useful to say at the moment. maybe spice the anatomy up a bit by adding a few figures with less perfect bodies. these are good to practice muscles but make some of them chubby, really skinny or fat. and then try and put them in dynamic poses as well. Just an idea.
    looking forward to more!
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    Thanks a lot walnut and monotony!!!! I'll work on your suggestions in the next sketchbook

    Ok, so now, the same as before, but bigger...

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    i like the amount of figure work you do it encourages me to try and do some and stop drawing section of the anatomy for a while
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    Nice work, Quike! You can tell from the sketch dump that your anatomy has really improved. I'd say, in the last two spreads, some of the legs on the figures in action are a little long. Otherwise, they're really getting there! Nice, nice!

    Keep it up buddy!
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    Dude, gettin' all prolific on us over here -- lookit you go!

    Now, equipped with warnings about leg-length and the occasional too-small head, keep going. Draw draw draw!
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    Only thing I have to say is to watch your proportions a bit. Other than that, very well done! Go forth and draw!
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    nice figures! i liked your first thread a lot, this will get awesome! keep it up!
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    Your first thread was very good, looking forward for this one. Those figures are pretty good.
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    One thing I notice is proportions at time. I know its hard, I haven't got the hang on em yet, but one thing that helps is to ALWAYS compare body parts to other parts: how long is teh arm in regards to the legs etc. Also when you draw from a model tzry looking at the shapes the models does AND at the shapes that are created in free space, like between teh legs or between a leg and an arm.

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    PS: Also the portrait needs alot more work. Facial planes need to be your new obsession. Look at painters and how they paint good portraits. They know the facial planes better than any other!
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    Gestures are looking nice! There are a few hiccups as stated but i feel like you should be able to find them if you didnt see them already. The majority are damn good. Let me know if i should be more specific. I mostly bullshit anatomy, so im always impressed to see people doing the work. I agree about the faces, but not too bad, nothing you cant handle. For all i know, youve got that straightened out by now Take care of yourself
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    Hello,

    Long time without posting, I'm slowly coming back to life

    Here's a taste of what to expect

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    Hiya Quike

    Nice to you see you back on here! Love the update, lots of character and nice one giving her biceps so she can lift her gun (so often left out lol)
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