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    Have fun!

    Lurking out!

    I have lurked these forums for a long time and finaly desided to start adding some work myslef. I have seen some of the on demand videolectures and enjoy learning about art. Even though i don't draw much, i'd like to learn more and get good enough to express some of the ideas that pop in my head.

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    hey, i like your style. post some more!

    so, you want to just make this type of picture more refined, or 3D?

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    Thanks Catish for taking your time to sharing your toughts, i took a look at your SB and liked what i saw (The balerina is my favorite). I am aiming for more refined 2d, and probably need to focus my work on anatomy and proportions like most beginners. This drawing was more of a carricature though. I will post more sketches when i get around to scan\photo them.

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    The least worst of a full day of gesture drawing.. The grind has begun!

    Some 10 and 5 min poses from the Gesture Drawing tool on http://www.pixelovely.com/tools/gesture.html
    Since I just started drawing on photoshop i try to learn by drawing many 5 min poses. Is that the best way to practice drawing or do peolpe recomend beginners to spend more time on each pose? My goal is to get better at propotions and anatomy. These ones are the "the best ones" I have done so far, I find it really hard to get used to drawing on a tablet and getting proportions and the anatomy correct. Im struggling to find out if i should get the silluette first, or make bonestructure lines. Any tips? All innsight is very welcome!

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    Long prac session today :) 5-6 February

    This is what i got from todays 10 min pose session, again from the Drawing Tool. I feel like I am getting more control over the brush in Photoshop now. Most of the time i use a dark grey with 50% opacity.

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    some more

    Also 5-6. feb.

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