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    A new leaf

    So I decided that my old sketchbook needed to be put out of its misery because it was so full of crap. This new thread will contain 20% improvement between projects and 100% technique.

    My first sketch is just a simple study of a model for pose reference. The legs were infuriating to get right. I'd appreciate any crits!

    A new leaf

    (From this reference) http://www.newfaces.com/blogs/wp-con...ale-models.jpg
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    I've decided that since my life drawing classes are no longer continuing on my art course this year, I should do a 30 minute figure drawing session every day (link in sig). This is my first set. I decided not to upload every sketch because there are three pages of them. So here is a selection which have been done in various timeframes.

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    2-10 minutes (Except first sketch which is another 60 seconds)
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    Seeing as I forgot to do some figure drawing sessions the last couple of days, I did an hour-long one to make up for it. This one was extremely rewarding. I even got to do some drapery studies!

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    (The larger one below is a half hour one. I'm not sure about the rest a i didn't look at the timer)
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    lovely studies - I really like that you do so much work with forms and shading, and focus on quantity rather that single finished pieces in your sketchbook. I am also loving your avatar - what a cute little kitty!!
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    That fox head is quite expressive, you captured a moment in time there well done with that mate is very good.
    A great kind hearted lumbering bullock



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