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    Wow! Very disciplined studies.

    Are you doing copying and recalling or just copying? I find that if I just copy I quickly forget what I've learned.

    Is the Hampton book online too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leonor View Post
    Wow! Very disciplined studies.

    Are you doing copying and recalling or just copying? I find that if I just copy I quickly forget what I've learned.

    Is the Hampton book online too?
    I tend to do recall work for the anatomy ones, but not so much for the figures. That seems to be coming back to bite me in the ass, as after two hours of work with Loomis today, I couldn't get anything right. That said, not much else I did today went right either, so maybe I was just having an off-day. Oh well.

    As for the Hampton book...I'm sure if you looked, you could find it online, everything is online. Having said that, it's not online in the sense that the Loomis books are/were, so downloading them would be quite illegal. For the quality of the book, it's worth more than the cover price.

    So, as I said, nothing really panned out today, so here's a portrait of a guy reading the paper on the ferry.

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    Two more pages of Loomis, the third set being the second without reference. India ink of a small water/rock feature.

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    Your figure's are very nice and structured yet dynamic.
    However the second and third look unbalanced and drunk off their asses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cannibalcarnivale View Post
    Your figure's are very nice and structured yet dynamic.
    However the second and third look unbalanced and drunk off their asses.
    Haha, yeah. While working on them I got to a point where I said "Not bad" revealed the original and promptly facepalmed. I know at which step I went wrong too, but didn't notice it until looking back at them. Thanks for stopping in again Cannibal.

    Bone-white coffee cup, more mannkins (first set from reference, second from memory), anatomy, Bridgman, and some oil painting. I have a feeling those mannikins from memory become much easier once you actually know the muscles involved. And Bridgman, despite my initial misgivings, is quite fascinating with some thought. And the attachment manager ate my uploads again, and again.

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    More Bridgman.

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    More Bridgman.

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    More Bridgman, Hampton, and some acrylics.

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    More Hampton.

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    The Bridgman studies are great, there's a TON of improvement in your figures Don't forget to try drawing studies from imagination ^_^

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    Last three are from imagination. In the likely event that I don't update tomorrow or friday as I am moving soon, I will be back monday. Picking up a drafting table friday as well, that'll be nice. Don't have to break myself anymore to work.

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    Have my connection hooked up monday my ass. Least I got everything unpacked.

    Hampton, Bridgman, figure from photo, cup, quick oil painting.

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    All settled in and can get back to work. Bridgman.

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    cool sketchbook, keep up with the anatomy studies ! Good to see you drawing from real life as well !


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    Took a small break from studies to relax on my last few days before the new quarter, back with more Bridgman. Intended to do more today, cut index finger up making lunch, exciting. Should be fine to go tomorrow, and if not, guess I'll try working with my left hand.

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    More Bridgman, and I've started carrying around one of those tiny pocket sketchbooks. Different, fun. Starting to get back into the swing of things after the move.

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    Bridgman.

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    Some more Bridgman, cat, and a few things from life in my pocket sketchbook.

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    Oh look, more Bridgman. And then a dude from imagination.

    Done with Bridgman's arm section, so I'm not sure if I'll move onto hands, or something else for now to break it up.

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    wow, your arm studies are ohmyGOSH. O: keep it up!

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    Couple plates from an anatomy book, larger update tomorrow.

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    Another plate and some Loomis arms.

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    More arms! (I needed to type something apparently)

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    Hampton arms and some stuff from life.

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    Great studies, Radicou. I should pick up anatomy studies again. Keep up the good work.

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    Hey it's great to see you studying and applying those studies when you draw from life. Just keep practicing!

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    Really nice studies so far! Don't forget to find a way to apply what you're learning from studies to other kinds of drawings. Studies are to help you master skills and knowledge you need to do other kinds of art, so don't let yourself do nothing but studies! The best way to test your knowledge/results of all the studies you've done is to try to replicate them from memory or apply them to something from imagination. Don't be afraid to branch out sometimes.

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    Wow, really in-depth studies! Keep up the good work.

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    Wow, lot of responses, thanks everyone.

    @Amarok. I'll admit, the past day or so I've been worried about not doing anything but studies, so I've been putting some thought into doing something different.

    Page of arms from imagination, then more studies. Working on an oil portrait, but I'll just do an overall progress timeline when it's done.

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    wow great youve been heavy on the anatomy!! will be checking here!

    p.s. are u a studnt in AI-ie?

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