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    Nice work, I like your style !

    If I can give you an advice : draw more from life/reference ! you draw allot from your imagination, but you must know that great masters used references, you cannot perform good drawing from imagination if you don't give your imagination "food" from real life. Use your imagination to combine/modify references with your own style, but don't spend your time performing "nice drawings" that are very similar in final, I recommend you Vilppu videos for anatomy and drawing from imagination.

    Also don't concentrate too much on speed drawing (30 s sketches) : when you learning box for example, you begin by learning to move your feet, then moving in slow motion ... Take your time, look at what you are drawing, speed come with time.
    To be or not to be , this is the question !

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    TheGeek thankyou for ur good crit
    ur right i should work more from reference, thankyou thanks for all the suggestions!

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    Those are great poses!

    I'd be interested to see you take more time on a referenced pic as well, whether digital or traditional. I agree that your rendering could use more practice, maybe take your time on that in a few studies.

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    You have developed a very cool style but I would second the opinions here. Draw more from references and study anatomy (as you already do ) I can recommend "Gottfried Bammes - Die Gestalt des Menschen". It's german (and expensive) but the images speak for themselves and are very accurate and naturalistic.

    But definitely keep that style. The lines look extremely vivid and expressive, especially when you're drawing faces.
    More!

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    Can t say more than .. keep it up !

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    Nice stuff. The first picture in your loomis studies has funky anatomy. I'd watch your proportions. It feels... disjointed.

    How did you do the one that looks very crystalized?

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    Umbravita - thanks for the suggestions man, ur right, i will try spend more time on a study with the focus on rendering. thankyou

    -Marin- - thanks for your crits, i will definately continue anatomy, and study more from reference. thanks again

    Elophant - thanks for the motivation!

    anaiira - thanks for your crit. yeah sometimes i can't work out the joints in anatomy, ill work hard on fixing that. and ill try working on my proportions, too. thankyou for pointing that out. the crystalised looking character was done on a program called "alchemy", i used shapes with transperancy to create it. thanks for your post

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    tried a render of a tree, it was from an existing drawing from an e- book. i struggled to find the subtle sections, and because the tree is complicated, i ended up "suggesting" detail. but yeah, hopefuly i can do another render tonight, either that or more anatomy based stuff. enjoi

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    the graphic nature of your lines is very eye catching, and you have a real sense of line and shadow placement. great stuff, look forward to seeing more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hatface View Post
    the graphic nature of your lines is very eye catching, and you have a real sense of line and shadow placement. great stuff, look forward to seeing more.
    thankyou, very nice of you to say.

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    Beautiful trees! Such a better job of rendering, and the contrast is beautiful.

    The top of the tree in the foreground looks a bit confusing, vague and flat - but that could be the leaves? Leaves are confusing to do, eek.

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    solid progress!
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    Umbravita - thanks mate! yeaaahhhh the top is flat haha, i kinda gave up at that point. there was leaves everywhere (complex shapes) and i sorta quit. =/
    thanks for ur post!

    Velocity Kendall - thanks mate!

    was a very busy day, didnt get much done (except the tree) and 1 page that aint even finished. but i felt like posting..(its addicting, y'no?) =D. goodnight everyone. in the future, get ready to see more studies, anatomy, perhaps more tree's and stuff? i like tree's.
    later! - 1st page of new sketchbook, woop woop -

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    rawwrrr....another busy day....guna get stuck into rendering me thinks tomorow.

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    is 1 page too small of an update?

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    Good studies, you're definitely making progress! Keep it up!
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