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    I have to say that your work looks good, its good to see how you think when you're doing your gestures. The atlas guy and the chained girl look impressive.

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    Thanks for the comment on my SB, I've been a bit lazy in terms of finding the time to get down to some solid drawing, but I shall take your advice and apply myself. Watch this space !

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    rraaaaageeee

    bwaah, I really despise portraits, I can't copy them at all! It's like the likeness of what i'm drawing completely eludes me >.>

    This is "supposed" to be Portman but it looks like a spawn of Satan! *kills it with fire*



    oh and some trees:


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    and update- for 15/7/2011- woohoo...page 5 : /

    Some poses from statues about 1 hour each, then faces, a perspective drawing gestures, trees, and hand bone structure studies.

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    self-portrait Friday is here and yet another one I do that doesn't look like me. I wonder how long my eyes need to start actually seeing and drawing whats in front of them.

    Siiiigh

    oh and a page of gestures- 201 so far 800 more to go before the end of the month!

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    Hey Little-Maiden, thanks for passing by my sketchbook! You've got some seriously good stuff going on here, love the rocks and trees. At this pace you'll learn a lot in a really short time, so keep it up! Are your gestures done from life or from photo references?

    Man, you're progressing quickly.

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    some arm studies and the enviro i did for "Just another Study Group"

    Did about 3-4 hrs drawing today and i'm disappointed with the result : /

    Although drawing the arms study was relatively relaxing and wasn't as difficult as I expected it. How it bears in comparison to previous studies i've done, I can't tell, but I learned alot from Hogarth. Contrapostion of arm limbs etc. Never noticed that fact before.

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    really nice improvement from first page to now your trees and rock paintings look very strong and i really like your gesture drawings maybe try and take one of your studies of the statues and tighten it up and make it look more finished

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    The trees look wicked and so do the gestural sketches.
    keep it up!.

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    Damn!! Civilisation V and StarCraft II! practically chewed my brain the past 3 days that I'm not having a hissy fit over practice lost! *rages*

    Nonetheless- Hands and a Hogarth Study of arms and hands! and ofc gestures

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    update. ugh not getting much done it seems.

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    Hey good arms and hands studies! I like your gestures, they read well. To answer your question... you got the right word to describe why I like to draw on paper: fluidity. I can't draw with my tablet, my lines look wobbly and I feel like I have very little control over them. On paper, a marker stroke feels way more natural and controlled (a little ironic since my gestures are so messy.) Also it's... faster? I'd recommend paper, but really, if you can still get a good feel of the gesture and learn from them by doing them digitally, I can't see how that would be a bad thing.

    Thanks again for your feedback, it's very appreciated.

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    update.

    Question, if anyone reads this, could someone please tell me why my pencil/paper studies come out so unbearably grainy? I mean something during the scan process must be doing it, but I can't seem to give the sketches a clean feel with all that grain showing.

    Cheers

    Mostly from life and a longer photo study from a stock.

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