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    Get busy living or get busy dying.

    I'm currently an 19 year old illustration student looking to progress over the next couple of years while i go through college. This is my progress from the time I was 17 to present.

    As with all of these, skip to the last page for better stuff!
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    Attachment 1255427Attachment 1255428Attachment 1255429Attachment 1396924Attachment 1396925Attachment 1396926Attachment 1396927Here's some recent stuff, I'll just post a couple things I've already done then i plan on drawing daily and uploading
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    Well, nice pencil and anatomy. Need improve a bit proportions, i think. Post more works)
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    Attachment 1256231Attachment 1256232Attachment 1256233Thanks i also feel like proportions are a thorn in my side, any advice/exercises to improve them?

    Here's a study of Dali's Enfgeo i made a while ago and some fun i had with watercolors
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    Nice start! Sorry I don't have any constructive criticism at the moment.
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    Attachment 1256781Attachment 1256794That's alright, a comment is worth a thousand words...kinda

    here's a thingy and a dog drawn fro ma reference photo (can't find it or I'd post credit )
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    You seem to be pretty good with shadows and light, but try practising other areas as well. Describing motion and volume can be just as important areas to master!

    Good luck!
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    Personally i think my values could use some more work, i see what you mean with the motion though. I never tackle moving objects because i feel i can never capture it right, but its something i'll work on! Thanks
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    It seems to me like your figures have the same problem I have, keep in mind that the torso and pelvis aren't actually that far apart. Even when we stretch up the space between the bottom of the tenth rib and the illiac (sp?) crest is about the size of your palm. Go ahead feel your pelvis and your ribs and stretch your free arm, you'll notice that the part thats lifting is actually your arm and the muscles attached to your ribcage but the area itself doesn't actually extend.
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    Attachment 1258046I just felt the distance with my palm and you blew my mind. Thanks for that

    Couple head studies from an Andrew Loomis book
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    Some mini-sketchbook stuff
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    Attachment 1258906WIP of an Axolotl drawn from reference suggested by CrownLullaby
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    That little squirrel is adorable, and that axolotl is coming by great! You are talented with animals. Keep up the good work
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