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    random section from sketchbook

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    Quite nice sketches, have you looked at Andrew loomis? It seems as youre focusing on the anatomy so im thinking he could be a great tool for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dannyphoto View Post
    Quite nice sketches, have you looked at Andrew loomis? It seems as youre focusing on the anatomy so im thinking he could be a great tool for you!
    I haven't looked at Andrew Loomis - But I will do. Been looking at Erik Gist as well recently and it has helped.

    Thank you for the comment! :o)

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    Nice studies fill the pages up, I really liked the post with the hands, I have a lot of hand,
    on my SB, and I am just doing some new ones right now so maybe they'll be up too.

    Draw hands like boxes in the beginning, if you have trouble drawing them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iven View Post
    Nice studies fill the pages up, I really liked the post with the hands, I have a lot of hand,
    on my SB, and I am just doing some new ones right now so maybe they'll be up too.

    Draw hands like boxes in the beginning, if you have trouble drawing them.
    Thank you

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    ~10 mins on GIMP

    Nothing special, but improving

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    Day 2 of messing with GIMP!

    Refined face a little more - added some more depth. Tomorrow I shall do the lips properly....and also the eyes in a little more detail. Then shadows.

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    Been studying master artists - first are some extremly quick sketches from Rembrandt....then I did a Michelangelo. I prefer that one.

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    You seem to have a variety of painting styles (: . And I also appreciate all the practice and study work you do. Excellent! Have you thought of doing more animal pics and such?
    Don't stop the good stuff ;D

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    Quote Originally Posted by jam.00 View Post
    You seem to have a variety of painting styles (: . And I also appreciate all the practice and study work you do. Excellent! Have you thought of doing more animal pics and such?
    Don't stop the good stuff ;D
    Thank you.

    I don't tend to enjoy painting or drawing animals. But I may do some horses.

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    I haven't been around much - So busy due to exams. x.x

    Here is a quick watercolour drawing, hopefully will be getting back into regular drawings.

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    looking nice , keep going and "WISH YOU A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR"

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    I have been away a while. Here are some Aquarel paintings (don't know english word for Aquarel...) I know they are a bit lopsided but for first time working with Aquarel it seems ok.

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    I really like the post from Rhubix, which was very good advice, if you will act
    on it I am sure you will improve ! He helped a lot in my SB.
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    Interesting sb you got here.
    The expressions on this last post of yours are really great, combined with the colors iare a bit scary.
    Try to draw more clear lines and see shapes.
    Don't blur your image.
    Keep up!

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