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    Wow, lovely studies.
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    I like your wrestling studies the sense of movement you get is great, I also draw people on buses and trains aha
    Keep going and I look forward to your venture into colour and digital medium
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    Psychobuddy & TFsean: thx guys!

    Just scanned in some quick sketches I did after I got back from the trip. Most are from life, but the first one is a copy from a Francis Vallejo sketch.
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    Niice stuff Kapri, your studies are getting better and better, particulary your studies from life. Keep doing it!
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    Your gesture drawings are great! your grasp of anatomy seems solid. i wish my quick sketches could look like that, haha. I especially like a lot of the stuff in your 3rd post. Good job! (:
    "the world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper." - w.b. yeats

    sketchbook. comments/advice appreciated (:
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    Egg0 & neonndreams: thx guys!

    Here's a gesture / portrait (both from photo ref) and some perspective stuff.

    Just finished Chelsea's "Perspective! for Comic Book Artists" and reading "Creative Perspective for Artists and Illustrators" by Ernest W. Watson now. I've been trying to create a perfect cube in perspective and Chelsea's floorplan method gave me the results below.

    The first 2 are way to distorted. Maybe I placed the cube too far outside the cone of vision?
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    I'm doing a poster for a musical version of Junglebook (low profile, non-profit stuff) and I need some help.

    Here's a WIP, comment and crit appreciated.

    The piece is supposed to show how Mowgli can't chose between the human world (the girl) and the animal world (the wolves).
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    First one's from my second day of classes @ Wackers academy Amsterdam. I'm taking a 7 month weekly course which takes up all of my saturday. Loving it so far doing still lives and practising perspective.

    The rest are from my sketchbook and the last one is my first attempt at painting a color study a few weeks ago. Done on an iPad from live reference while riding the train.

    Crits away!
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    Nice artwork
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    Boulsoup: thx mate.

    Some sketches from the last few days.
    Last edited by Kapri; November 9th, 2011 at 07:09 AM.
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    I went to a Rubens exposition with Anthis to do some Rubens, van Dyck and Jordaens studies.

    1st = original, 2nd = study, sadly I couldn't find the original of lioness online.

    Bring on the crits.
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    Very nice work! I especially like the ones with the movements in there, the boxing ones. Keep up the great work!
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    Overtoom: thx mate, I think I'll do some more fighters gestures soon.

    One of the sketches I did on the Rubens trip turned out bad. I have looked up the original painting again online and tried to fix my bad sketch digitally. Still a WIP. Anyone got some pointers?

    1st = original from Rubens
    2nd = bad sketch from trip
    3rd = digital sketch done on top of the scanned sketch

    PS: I think Rubens made a huge perspective mistake with this guys back. We shouldn't be seeing that much of his back. Kinda like this captain America one lol: http://www.sequentialtart.com/archiv.../0700/bb_1.jpg
    I tried fixing this in my version.

    PS PS: just noticed my version kinda looks pregnant, lol. Will have to fix that later on.
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