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    Another quickie before going to bed.
    David Finch literally couldnt find a picture of him bigger than a thumbnail!!

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    A base idea i had inside the state of liberty, spent around an hour on this. some perspective faults and overlapping planes + muddy buildings

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    Taking things less seriously today:

    no ref, no ctrl+z, no photos, no plans free styling

    Random brushes, around 20min each

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    got to much to do today, so here is a 30min landscape sort of study

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    Some sketches today into the city and back home, now that i have leisure time i might hit photo shop again . . . .
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    Broken bridge cliché, to bad i cant save a better quality one, 550kb restriction on file size is saddening sometimes . . .
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    Going to sleep
    did a couple studies, had fun with a sort of tribe addition in the landscape one.
    that cheetah is extremely difficult to do im glad i gave it a go.
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    nice work! keep up those Bridgman studies!

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    Canoing got two jobs this weekend so im gonna be silent for a few days

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    good work on your wasted concepts.
    I think you need to be more careful with your straight lines.
    when copying the bridgeman proportion drawings for example, draw the vertical line first, if its not straight draw it again.
    then the horizontal, make sure that they are straight, parallel to each other and check that the spacing is right.
    and then draw the rest of the drawing as it relates to those straight lines.
    you did a decent job with the perspective construction cars on the previous page and i think if you apply more care to the setup you can get more out of you studies.
    keep up the good work

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    I like this so far. On your photo studies try and get proportions right and see it as a whole and then relate parts to each other. It takes good amount of erasing and fixing.
    Good luck.

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    im learning art too and far away from being good, but maybe it helps a bit:

    scratchy lines, thats a problem i got myself too, i know its hard to break the habit of drawing that way, especially when you very used to it.
    as some guys posted before, you should try to draw cleaner lines and dont do a lot of fuzzy strokes to discribe the form.
    your lines will become moe confident in that way because you really have to know where to draw your line.
    i know that from myself, at the moment we dont really understand how the line has to be drawn, so we draw a lot of fuzzy strokes to try out, what looks best.

    also i would suggest that you use a thicker brush for you lines, at the moment they are very thin and its hard to read the dynamic of the brushstroke in that way. your drawing with pen pressure right?

    futhermore it could be helpful to just sketch with value instead of lines (if you like to draw outlines more, keep it.)

    colorless its just a point i noticed, a lot of your drawings are a bit pale, maybe draw with higher opactity?

    real life studies, i know its a bit boring to draw an apple for example, but it defenitly helps a lot.

    last, i would be careful with the use of photos in your drawings. even if it looks good, it doesnt really help your drawing skills.


    again, no offensive, just trying to help you.
    its easier to find mistakes of others, then fix your own. it would be great if i follow my own advices instead of being lazy... ;D


    ah yeah and sorry for my poor english, i hope its understandable.

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