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Thanks for checking it out so far everyone!
I should probably work on some more color stuff I think...not as much pen and ink! Next post that's what I'll do!
I lied, no color stuf, lol...but more graphite this time! Used some Brian Froud references for study on goblin proportions. Love that stuff!
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Cool stuff man, seems like youve been keeping busy
Maybe you have it already but I'd definately recommend picking up as many anatomy books as you can, maybe even a body building magazine . I suually use Richer's artistic anatomy, or goldfingers book. awesome stuff ^_^
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Hey thanks Ivan, I have some laying around here somewhere so next step will be doing some studies from them!
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Hi, you're doing a great amount of drawings which is a good sign that you're dedicated to improve. My only piece of advice would be to try and think three dimensionally!
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Yes sir, I totally agree, thanks for the input!
Thanks for dropping by - my only advice to you right now is draw more and more - improvment will eventually come, whether you want it or not
PS!Ivan's advice is good - use photos, magazines paintings or as a refrence, but drawing from life is even better.
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