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    Great updates! The comic figures are improving, keep it up!


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    197 hours in, the peak is long and far away.

    So continuing with "The Natural Way to Draw", still pumping out hundreds of gestures. One of the other assignments include "Modeled" drawing. it's a kind of contour drawing. Here's a few recent ones.

    Dmotym's 10,000 hours [Now over 100 Hours!]

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    Dmotym's 10,000 hours [Now over 100 Hours!]

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    We need more Demotyme. Keep posting bro.
    Helps us on our journey. Comments and critiques are welcome.

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    Sorry, I'm drawing, but I've gotten lazy with posting. Thanks, Sigon.

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    Gonna make this a daily thing, work on it a little, watch it grow.

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    Hey, you're 2.5% of the way there! That's pretty awesome when you think about it!

    I'd suggest that you do more drawing from life and also practice your perspective a lot with simple shapes (cubes etc.) it'll really help with your foreshortening when drawing from your imagination.

    I'm seeing definite improvement here though, don't stop!
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    And thank you, Ghudson.

    Well at least it hasn't been a month. been taking a figure paint class, I feel I've gotten better.

    269 hours in.

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    Nice figure painting bro. Using oils or acrylics? How do you like it so far?

    Keep on painting and keep on posting.
    Helps us on our journey. Comments and critiques are welcome.

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    Acrylics, and thanks for stopping in. Not dead, just real busy. Drawing of course, but I might be landing some paying work in the near future.

    Here's a digital work, I've really gotten into astronauts.

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    thanks for the advice a year ago I read through the loomis a few times need to a few more though. Can I study a little on you & your friends artwork & style for more poses & an even larger amount of knowledge? also do you know anymore good books to learn from beside loomis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TernadoG View Post
    thanks for the advice a year ago I read through the loomis a few times need to a few more though. Can I study a little on you & your friends artwork & style for more poses & an even larger amount of knowledge? also do you know anymore good books to learn from beside loomis?
    Honestly man, thank you. I've been slacking with this thread and you've kind brought it to the forefront of my mind again. I'll be updating some time today with work.

    I wouldn't however, studying from me. Maybe Empyrean, as he's much more prolific than I at the moment.

    And books really don't matter, specifically. You can learn from anything. Is there anything specifically you want to know?

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    Dmotym's 10,000 hours [Now over 100 Hours!]
    Dmotym's 10,000 hours [Now over 100 Hours!]
    Dmotym's 10,000 hours [Now over 100 Hours!]
    Dmotym's 10,000 hours [Now over 100 Hours!]
    Dmotym's 10,000 hours [Now over 100 Hours!]
    Dmotym's 10,000 hours [Now over 100 Hours!]

    Some quickly photographed WIPs of my senior thesis, it's oil painting.

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    glad to be of help. I might start studying fantasy based or medieval type stuff so I can have more of a handle on more imaginary/creative art in a way.

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    Trying to get back to basics, simple studies where i won't feel bored out of my mind. Trying to keep within 10 minutes as well.

    There's the original still as well. Source is here

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