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    Trying to do some poses

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    Hi there, you should really work more on anatomy and proportions. The face drawing looks very disorted. your second drawing looks find to me, but don't take my word for it, I can't really judge your second drawing too well.

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    I agree, you should have a look at anatomy, and construction as well.

    that said, I think the linework and shapes in the 2nd post are quite good. definitely a good start

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    Thanks guys! You are definitely correct. I'll try to squeeze in some anatomy studies. I'm not quite sure what you mean with 'construction'.

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    I managed to compile the animation branch of my drawing program and made my first animation.

    Also began to copy Loomis' mannequin.

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    Trying to use the Loomis figure

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    Nice animation.
    Do you know where to find the animation branch? I saw it once but can't remember where.
    Gonna tray it out.

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    Thanks!

    I got it from Popolon. Remember that if you are using linux, you can't have a copy of mypaint in /usr/bin/ when you run this branch. At least that's what Popolon told me on irc.

    http://popolon.org/mypaint/?sub=blogtutorial

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    Hi.
    Here are some awsom video tutorial by Feng Zhu.
    part 1
    Something about construction.
    Good luck.

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    Thanks Martin, they were really inspiring!

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    hehe i like your lil creature character, hes funny
    animation looks fascinating ill have to try that

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    Thanks!

    Animation is fun but very time consuming if you try to do it properly. Probably a good exercise though, to make hundreds of drawings of the same object from different angles.

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    Inspired by the daily sketchgroup from a few weeks ago. No snow storm though.

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    Hey there
    I like those anatomy studies you just did, they are quite good. I am pretty jealous of your line quality.

    Keep studying, it looks like you are doing well

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    Thanks Hermit! My lines are drawn with the 2b pencil brush from the Tanda set in Mypaint. Try it.

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    Didn't quite know what to do with the foreground.

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    Trying to show the Deusenberg in motion.

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    You've got a good sense of perspective, I think it's just putting the time in with anatomy studies that will bring your work up. Your doing that so the only advice I have is carry on .
    The creature in post 6 is adorable, to start. The nose is a good idea to practice fallow through. My crit for your animation is that you should push your arcs. Remember you have 3 dimensions to work with, even though it's 2D.
    Here I drew a quick box form. The first is yours, a simple left to right. The second is a suggestion of a more dynamic arc.
    Look forward to more studies, keep on trucking

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    Thanks Rhubix! I'll have to try that.

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