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    Sean McClain: Thank you for the reply, I'm going to keep it in mind for later speedies.

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    a study on foldings:
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    and some hair studies:
    Sketchbook: Tom De Vis


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    I like those faces and character designs. The faces are very emotive. Keep on drawing!

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    Really love your work Watch the length of the arms! Great figure drawings

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    SageTso: Thanks a lot !
    ladyknowles: Thank you, about what picture are you referring ?


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    head studie so I have a better knowledge when importing this into 3D

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    You have good cartoon faces (very accurate last work), but anatomy, even the cartoon one should be improved. Keep drawing mate. Wish you luck!
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    Hey, nice start to your SB! Really like faces, very expressive! I would look into the proportions a bit more, for instance your arms and feet are a little off. Youll fix that in no time though, keep posting! Good luck!
    "Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother's eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, 'Let me take the speck out of your eye,' when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother's eye."
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    Thanks for the replies, I'm still working on the cartoon figure, discarded the waitress idea and working on a police woman. Had a talk with my teacher and he helped me alot, although he was wondering why I change my mind this many times when we should almost have finished our cartoon.

    Here is an update on the face, someone pointed out I've had some weird things happening in the lip area so I went in and detailed that a bit more.

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    Solid...Nice update man!
    "Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother's eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, 'Let me take the speck out of your eye,' when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother's eye."
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    We had the task to create a urban Robin Hood of current time. But today it seemed that it was supposed to be a realistic character of which there are multiple (but not that many) around. So I'm going to restart on the thumbs. Here is what I had:

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    Was finding it very irritating that I have so much trouble with anatomy so I figured that
    I should start studying anatomy more in depth. And as my previous attempt of daily
    sketching was forced to stop rather fast due enormous amounts of schoolwork I shall
    now force myself in multiple weekly tasks to improve. If I can't force myself 1
    day a week to study I shouldn't be doing this.

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    going back to the very basics, some muscle studies on how they attach:

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    Using posemaniacs to do some 30sec pose studies more to come.

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    also I've made some progress on an animation from buster keaton.


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    Sketchbook: Tom De Vis

    Trying to create 5 poses for cartoony female character, the character is a sexy cop who likes the attention.
    Once there was an accident right besides her while she was doing traffic control. The cause was that one driver couldn't keep his eyes of her. That gave her an ultimate "rush".

    I'm not sure if these are the best poses to describe her character / personality.
    Any tips and feedback are most welcome

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    Finished the modelsheet for the cartoony character, up to detailing the 5poses I roughed out earlier but forgot to finish.
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    rough sketch
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    just couldn't get the same effect when working digitally.


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    color thumbs of the character:
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    Sketchbook: Tom De Vis

    loved that I was forced to draw a lot the last day, but I've noticed that I have
    a lot of problems drawing a simple background to strengthen a character.
    Gonna look how other people do it for future drawings.


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    I really tried to many things out one day for the final with to less time left,
    but while arranging the heads I figured I'd try to lead peoples eyes by
    positioning such as they look at the next picture.

    Sketchbook: Tom De Vis

    I could really use some feedback on how to create such effect better, because now
    I have some dead spots which let the viewer wander of. (or on anything for that matter)

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