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    Hi, my name is Jérôme, i'm portuguese.
    This is my first time posting here, well, to be honest, first time posting sketchs on net xD.
    Like you can see, i'm not really good on english, i'll do my best to get my self clear xD

    Well, i'm posting some sketchs to get some help so i can improve myself, i'm a litle bit lazy, i hope that this can help me. Anyway, i'm not a pro, i allways loved to draw, but like i said before im lazy thats why im not really good. i started college this year, i came from economie on highschool, to art on college, lol, its kinda diferent, but thats what i want and since i never had drawing classes i hope i will finish it xD
    So pls give me your opinion so i can be better.

    Sorry for my english...

    Oh and pls help me if im not doing this well, its my first time here


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    stil working on those ones
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    pls say something...ty
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    ok this wasnt good...
    Trying to find the edit button -.-
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    please re-size.......
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    ok, its done...
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    Some more i did at boring classes

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    and my first pose studies

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    pencils is the way to go, you will learn values by doing lots of life studies with them.
    you have a nice feel to your stuff all you need now is a lot of practice.
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    good job on starting your sketchbook, the people here are very helpful!
    I think your strongest drawing so far is the horse, but the drawing below that is good too.

    It looks like from the man sitting at the table you are have a hard time with perspective, you might want to check out this thread. Also, you've probably heard this around the forum already but you can't go wrong getting some andrew loomis and george brigdeman books. Loomis is out of print but you can get pdfs of his books online.

    Keep posting more, you're off to a good start!
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    Danny_K: Thanks dude. Well, i started this SB to try to stop being lazy and start pratice, i hope that works. Thanks again for passing by

    Kalowin: Yeah perspective its one of my many problems i want say thanks for the link, i took a look, it seems really helpful.Thanks for helping. It's allways good to hear some critics, even more when we are starting.

    Thanks guys

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    ok, some more that i found today


    Some studies made at class. they are really bad
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    You're on the right track On the hands, watch the length of the fingers
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    ColorExcursion: Thanks yeah i really need to do more studies

    it seems that this thing of sketchbook is making me work a litle bit more
    some studies i have done yesterday, at first i got some problems to do the 30 secs pose studies, but im getting there, i think

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    It seems like you have an interesting style developing, don't forget to keep up the studies though and remember what lies beneath the skin as you draw something, though you probably already know that.
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    a note on your hands - its worth taking a look at your hands and "figuring out" the different lengths of the fingers and joints. something I found helpful was to just draw some really simple rectangles (observing your non-drawing hand), but making sure to get the joint-distances totally right, and understand them proportionally. like, 1st and third finger are almost identical, middle finger has the same layout but each segment is longer, and little finger's nuckle starts earlier and its 2nd joint coincides with the other finger's first joint. get what i mean?

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    draw more!!
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