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    Starting.. nothing special

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    I don't know if it's intentional but it's cool watching you transition from characteristic to characteristic

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    Why not invest a little more time? It'll go a long way, maybe you don't have much time, but you're progress would be more substantial, however the most recent studies are looking good

    ...the imperfections make it interesting...

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    man.. just keep going.. going and going.

    Draw more from life.. quick life gestures, sketches from cafe.. everywhere you go. If you do not go out AT ALL, draw everything in your home and window. and do not close yourself by academical anatomy only.

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    update

    Thx for c&c

    Dope Fiend: You'r right and i want to, more time spend with drawing, faster progress.

    ekler: i will i will

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    Bit of head study and from mind.

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    More!!!

    The more the draw, the more you learn, the more you can remember. Think of it this way: Are you drawing frequently enough and in great enough quantity that you really feel like you're absorbing information and learning something new? If you come back to something you were studying a few months ago, do you feel like you actually did enough drawing that you wouldn't be starting from step 1 again?

    Go crazy with it and do what you can!

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    Jan - update

    Amarok: Thanks for comment, ill try to do my best.
    Need more time.

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    nice studies! but id agree that spending a little more time on each study, might give you some better results, although there looking good so far! just keep at it, and dont give up!

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    jan - update

    NickyBeats: Thank you, i will try.

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    Heeeeeeelp meeeeeeeee get better!

    I haven't practiced for long long time, things changed and i hope(believe in ) this time it will be diffrent and everything goes the right way.

    Every critique, hint, links for theory & help is welcome and apprieciated!

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    I would attempt to vary the media that you're using in your gestures to see what kinds of results you get. I've noticed that you do all of your figure drawings in what appears to be a blue ball-point pen, and I think the results you're getting are limited in turn. It may be worth it to pick of a lead holder, or if you've already got a good set of pencils, and then try developing your figures in different ways. You're developing the figures in fluid motions, and while pens are good for developing fluid lines, they lack the variation needed to bring things like shape and volume to a gesture drawing. Meaning, your figure drawings will lack expression. Try getting a lead holder, and then get nasty with that thing. Apply your strokes at different angles and pressures to develop the form.

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    keep it up with those foundational skills. thats where it really counts.

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    Right, blue ball-point pen I never thought of It that way, so i did change it to lead holder and later to 4B, see the results and c&c.

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    I would attempt to vary the media that you're using in your gestures to see what kinds of results you get. I've noticed that you do all of your figure drawings in what appears to be a blue ball-point pen, and I think the results you're getting are limited in turn. It may be worth it to pick of a lead holder, or if you've already got a good set of pencils, and then try developing your figures in different ways. You're developing the figures in fluid motions, and while pens are good for developing fluid lines, they lack the variation needed to bring things like shape and volume to a gesture drawing. Meaning, your figure drawings will lack expression. Try getting a lead holder, and then get nasty with that thing. Apply your strokes at different angles and pressures to develop the form.
    I'll do you, keep it up with singing.

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    keep it up with those foundational skills. thats where it really counts.
    Thanks for c&c.

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    update

    posemaniacs 90 sec c&c are welcome.

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    posemaniacs 90 sec c&c are welcome.

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    With the gestures try to do them all in 10 marks an under. You can change the number, but it will teach you economy. Also try to do them without lifting your pencil (continuous contour drawing).

    Also think about how your can group shapes in the silhouette together to simplify. Check out Matthew Arch's youtube videos.

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    If you'll want to improve your skills, you'll have to draw from imagination too

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    Thanks & Merry Christmas

    Guys no update these days, had no time to draw, rushy days

    Aryeh: So, peanut shapes Amazing site man, i really appreciate, i found there stuff i was looking for and many many more!

    .:WoLf:. Yeah i know, just right now i'm set with the foundation skills, this week i start do more stuff than just gesture drawing.

    Thanks for c&c and keep your eyes on me.
    I wish everyone !

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    Studyyyy c&c welcomeeeee!

    Head proportions study before drawing head&faces.. I hate hairs! pld:

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    part1

    Update: some studies, gestures and something from imagination.
    part 2 otw.

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    Happy new year to everyone!
    c&c welcome.

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    90sec posemianacs, life drawing skull, mirror and my face as refrence with 0% likeness

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