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    Requiem88: thx man, I feel I still have allot to learn when it comes to gestures though. Will try to post more soon.

    More pelvis studies:
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    Be more patient, you are not patient enough. Observe light and shadow (the planes of the figure) more carefully. Do you know the O'Reilly method?
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    Nice studies .. Really like Digital fighters... n values on them ..

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    Nice studies .. Really like Digital fighters... n values on them ..

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    pixel cheetah: thx for the feedback man, I have only read a little about the O'Reilly method. I'm actually studying plane changes and how they are shown by value change right now. Will attach some results to my next post.

    For now: a study of this awesome Jeff Simpson painting and a mix of old / recent quick sketches.
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    First one is a shading study using Scott Robertson's "halfway to black" system. Second and third one are done from life observation with white, wooden geo forms.

    More gestures / quick sketches coming in the next few days.

    I'm starting a life drawing course at the end of september so I hope to create some more finished pieces there.
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    Dancer gestures. The one bending forward is from imagination, the rest from photo ref.

    Pretty much all of my quick sketches in graphite are done while riding a train. I try my best not to wobble all over the page so bear with me.
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    History quiz time, lol.

    Guess who these people are or who they were originaly drawn by and I'll comment on your sketchbook or something.

    2 of the 5 portrait sketches are from photo ref. The fighters gesture was done from photo ref and the soccer player from live.
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    Thanks for dropping by my sketchbook, I appreciated your crit.

    I am really liking the work you are posting here, especially the gestures. They look like they have a good deal of thought behind them.

    If I had to give a crit at this point, I'd have to say that you need to slow down a little. Maybe I'm assuming a bit too much here, but your work (especially portraits) looks like it could benefit a lot from a little more intent. By intent I specifically mean a little more care regarding your mark making. make sure that every mark you make on that paper counts.

    Maybe that was a bit too abstract, but I hope it helps. Keep updating, and once again, thanks for dropping by.
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    Really nice a focused drawings here. I too would be interested to see some more finished pieces, but anyway, you have inspired me to get to some more sketching. So thank you.
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    Vritra: thanks allot man. You're not assuming too much at all. You're actually pretty right, haha.

    90% of te stuff I have done are quick sketches. Because of the short timeframe most secondairy lines are put down without much thought (after establishing the main proportions).

    I really need to take more time and produce some more finished pieces. Will be starting a saturday drawing / painting course at the beginning of october. Apart from that I'll be working on producing some more digital pieces.

    JackAnimated: thx mate!
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    Hey Kapri i really like your sketchbook , espacilly the gesture & figure drawings, you need to do more and more of anatomy studies with analyzin and memorizin in the muscles and bones , and apply what you learned from life and this is a good site for figure refrences ( link )
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    Hey crew,

    Sorry for my long absence. I´ve been on a trip to Greece and started a drawing class recently.

    Here are some sketches I did while I was in Greece. Currently busy with work during the day and a freelance project in the evening so I only have time for quick sketches on the train now.

    Will post some work from my drawing class and some more finished digital pieces when I have time though.
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