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    Naidy: That little figure with the wonky anatomy was just a ten-second doodle to see how many heads high my usual figures are. I know the anatomy's bad, don't worry.

    But you're right, I should do some studies of shoulders and how they connect to the torso.

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    Unfortunately, my sketchbook is full and I haven't had a chance to buy a new one yet. So here's a for-fun drawing I did on printer paper to keep my self from going nuts. If you had giant moth friend, what would you name him?
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    ffffff
    I love moths! I love that woman's expression too, propper badarse.

    And I was thinking it was odd when I saw, makes more sense now you told me that. xD
    Keep up the good work, mate.
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    Naidy: I love moths, too. :'D They're the only bug I can look at close-up pictures of and not start panicking

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    One little printer paper sketch, because I still lack a proper sketchbook. I must get one on Monday roarrrrrrr

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    I finally have a new sketchbook! First thing I did was some drapery studies ... and a couple of faces.

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    I have just returned from an exotic adventure (or possibly a two-day camping trip in Waterton...) and made a few sketches of the scenery while I was there. I tried something a bit more stylized with my watercolours.

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    I like the sketch second from the top and the painting second from bottom. Nice to see you playing around watercolours, also reminds me I need to do more observationals ;_;

    Anyways, Also for some reason I really like the way you did Johnny-boy's eyes on posssst- 49. They really seem to pop out.
    Good stuff as usual, mate. Keep it up!
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    Naidy: Thanks a bunch! I wish I'd done a few more sketches while I was there, but oh well.

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    Today I've got a characters sketch, a small watercolour thing, and a random monster design.

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    cool stuff brah

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    post 14 & 16 has great shading , also the hand studies are groovy I guess a progress in watercolour too. just keep those anatomy studies think that's your weak spot.(excuse my english)

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    very nice,I can see you are heading for a more cartoony/semi realistic type of face,pretty interesting.Keep on practicing portraits and things like that.
    loved the male portraits and that giant moth(which you should epically render it)
    Keep it up!

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    Aragah: Thaaaaanks
    Shypod: Thanks a lot, and you're quite right about the anatomy of course. I'll keep working on that.
    pgf95: Haha, I meant to do more with that moth but I'd forgotten about it. Thanks for reminding me, and for your kind words!

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    Did some full figure studies. Some with ref, some without. They're better than they used to be, but I've still got a long ways to go.

    OH AND, This post is full of (non-explicit) nudity, just so you know.

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    Ah! Character figure studies; love doing them, love seeing them!
    Not like I'm a pervert or anything, but I hope you keep them up

    The fondlebeast is an interesting creature too. Keep up the good work, mate.
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    Naidy: I'll definitely keep going with the character sketches, I'm having a lot of fun with them. :3

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    I've been trying to work on musculature lately, but it's completely above my head at this point. Any advice/crit/whatever on that front would be super appreciated.

    Besides that, I've been trying chubbier figures, and I've also got a pastel/pencil crayon portrait.

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    Oh man I'm gonna deviantart all over this and just say I god damn love this, hookah-chick is excellent. I'm absolutely going to steal your idea of doing value studies on black and white movies.

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    littlebones You definitely should try it. It's fun!

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    I've sort of been ignoring this place for a while. Oops. Well, I've got a fair bit of stuff to make up for it. I went to the Royal Tyrell Museum in Drumheller yesterday, and did some quick sketches of some of the fossils. I wish'd done more, or at least spent more time on the ones I did, but it was pretty packed and I felt a bit like a roadblock, so.

    Also, I've got some derpy attempts at dogs, some characters, some chibis, and sketches for the age meme on DA.

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