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    Hi there !

    So since i need some reviews/critics of my work i will try to post as often as possible my drawing.

    I'm not especially looking for a praise or a good review so feel free to say whatever you want if it's constructive.

    To be honest i think that i'm pretty confident about drawing from a reference but not from mind...
    So for now i'm essentially focused of learning to draw from mind.
    That's why i'm actually doing the Riven Phoenix Course (http://www.alienthink.com/) and since today doing some www.posemaniacs.com 30 & 60 sec poses.

    I'm also learning Digital Painting and quite a newbie in this.

    What i'm looking for is to be able to completely draw from mind a human figure and also drawing fantasy/sci-fi landscape in digital painting.

    If you have some idea of exercises to do for landscape drawing feel free to say it.

    Oh and finally sorry for my clumsy english since i'm not a bilingual

    Ok stop with the talk here some of my work
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    Ok so here a series of hand study from Burne Hogarth book
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    Drawing from photo reference and head study
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    Ok here a series of drawing while looking Riven Phoenix Course about drawing human from mind
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    posemaniacs

    Session of 30s & 60s drawing from posemaniacs.com
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    Digital Painting

    Eyes, ear, hair & body study painting are from photo reference.
    You may recognize some painting are from viewing Daarken video tutorial (ear: http://goo.gl/0Mktr - female body: http://goo.gl/DZa0u)
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    Sketch of the day
    30s & 60s.
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    Someone gave me some advice to do the gesture studies making sure to use my shoulder instead of my fingers/hand to draw. They are a lot looser and I tend to look at the subject more than the drawing, but I noticed that the flow has greatly improved. It wastes a lot of paper, but I recycle and use pencil, then pen, then marker. Just an idea.

    Your studies on #6 are really nice. Looking forward to seeing you post more.
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    Thanks.

    Yeah i know i try to loosen up and draw from shoulder but don't know if actually i draw a little or not with shoulder lol....
    That's why the morning i'm doing some loosen up exercise (drawing line, ovale, square, rond, etc...) with my tablet during like 1hr.

    Sure it's a lot of paper doing this sketch drawing lol that's why maybe unconsciously i'm drawing so small ^^
    Also i'm drawing in pen now that's why my line are so messy :s
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    Drawing of the day

    First sketch is a sequence of 10s & 60s poses.
    Second sketch head study from posemaniacs "hands for drawing"
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    Have you tried the Gesture Drawing Tool? I like it better because you don't get those odd twists that poser makes.

    Don't be afraid to make nice big studies. Sometimes working so small it is hard to really wrap your head around the structure and what makes things look the way they do.

    Don't stop working. You are going in the right direction.
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    Hi !
    I wanted to share my opinion about your figure paintings.
    You are definitely going in the right direction, my main recommendation is about the values.
    It's all about the same mid grey value, so try to push the contrast waaaay up.
    See values contrast as a tool to push things in the background or make it pop out.
    Also this texture in the background is quite annoying and you should paint the background in a way that help read the form of your figure and it silouhette ( light against dark and vice versa).
    I have this nice link :
    http://gurneyjourney.blogspot.com/20...-mumbling.html
    it will help you get better tonal composition and relationship, I am working on this also right now.
    Make studies from the master also and try to understand how they use value as a tool for composition and form sculpting.
    I hope it helps,
    see ya !
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    Hi there !

    Shehaub & yaniv thanks for your critic. I really appreciate

    @ Shehaub :
    Oh thanks for this link i will give a try tomorrow. And i agree sometime some poses are just too weird lol...
    And yeah you're write i tend to draw small... my big pet peeve/my Kryptonite...
    But i'm kind of a ecologiste too lol
    Well i think i will make some effort in the future ^^

    @ yaniv :
    You are talking about what sketch of mine ?
    I guess you are talking about my digital painting in #6
    Can you repost your link pls ? Thanks in advance

    And so here my 30s poses of the day. This quick pose drawing is becoming my daily routine i guess
    Also a little digital painting study from Bargue plate. It's not finished yet.
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