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    LastGen's Path of Improvement

    Hi,
    My name is Lukas, I'm 17 years old and I come from Germany.

    I want to become better at drawing and painting. Inspired by all the great artists around here.
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    Portrait, I´m not sure whether it is quite good or not...

    I need some advise about references and topics from you guys, please!
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    Alright, first attempt on anatomy of a foot. The second drawing looks ugly, so I definately have to work on that...my new challenge

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    cool, stuff.
    That portrait is really cool. The blacks seem almost too back. There aren't many mid tones. the facial proportions seem a pinch off but I have similar issues there I think it just comes with time and effort.
    the water is really cool though.

    I like the foot studies.

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    Hey JamesMcCauley, thank you very much!

    I see what you mean. The problem of the shadows of that portrait is that she has a really bright skin color and the flashes made her skin almost white.
    But drawing this portrait helped me a lot, it was hard to manage the proportions and finally...they´re not correct.

    Thanks again

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    Continuing the anatomy series. Today´s skull - the scan doesn´t look very well so sorry for that.

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    Alright, I didn´t post any updates for quite a long time...sorry for that, I was pretty busy

    Any comments are welcome!

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    hey man, did you grab the books i told you to? they'll help you alot, especially for a beginner
    your stuffs nice and clean, its good but you need to learn to loosen up also, its good for gestural things

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    Excellent studies for a beginner, but Ryanoir is right to say what he said. Also, I would like for you to look up a guide on perspective.
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    ryanoir_Yes, I bought Bridgeman´s Constructive Anatomy and a random anatomy book for art students. Thanks again!
    What do you mean when you say I should loose up? I guess you´re talking about specific body parts like hands and feet

    FightingSeraph_You´re right, perspective is an important thing I shouldn´t neglect. Are there any books you could recommend, too?

    Thanks!

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    Niezle te rysunki, jestem mile zaskoczony.
    Bede wpadal czesciej

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    great start actually, would like to see more of the anatomy stuff
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    my sketchbook! <- sketchbook, drop me a critque!

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    On the right track there

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    Icecold Serdecznie dziękuję ci!

    gen5 Thanks, I´m still working on anatomy

    Wr00m Well, I hope to become better...seeing this great stuff in this section makes me sad, but it´s motivating, too...hehe!
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    Wow, the picture of the back looks beautiful!
    I like this way of drawing the muscles.

    Dir auch viel Erfolg!

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