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    bish0p2004 : thanks man
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    ArtDisaster : thanks bro , i'll make sure to care more about porportions thanks alot for the critique
    Layu : thanks , and i'm sure that you'll be awesome with hard work
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    yogeshj25 : thanks , i'll do some from imagination next time
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    Sycra : thanks sycra , accualty you teach me some drawing basics

    so guys , thanks alot for the comments but please i need critiques to improve my skills more and more
    and here are some studies from loomis , trying to understand the anatomy of the arm because there's alot of complicated muscles around the arm espacilly forearm , i'll do some from imagination & life next time

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    Really nice work Wassim! I think you just hit your main problem, the crit I would have given would be work more from observation and imagination, not just the books. You need to make sure you're really analyzing and memorizing the anatomy you're drawing, not just copying Loomis' and Bridgeman's lines. Make it a goal to be able to draw these kinds of arms from any view in any position, not just the ones Loomis showed you. Other than that, just keep working on proportions and accuracy and you'll be great! Nice start, keep up the good work!

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    Nice work ... really like the gesture drawings! I find gesture drawings really helpful in establishing figures. Keep up the great updates!

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    Vertical : thank you so much vertical for this helpful critique , acculaty i already trying to analyse and memorizin this stuff in my mind like villpu says ( " Never copy the model but analyze it ," - Glen Vilppu ) and next time i'll do more from imagination and i'll make sure that the proportions are right , and thanks for the drawing script in you signature

    shambok : thank you shambox for the comment , i'm glad that you like my gesture drawings

    So Guys , i'm really happy about your comments , and here are some drawings of today

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    Hey wassim.

    Nice drawings for sixteen years old!
    Especially your sketchbook icon looks really nice because the form of the skull is great.
    Your understanding of 3d forms seems great.

    I would like to see more drawings (or even paintings) from imagination.
    Care or you get yourself caught into these studies.
    Happened to me and i got problems with doing creative things from mind.
    Care!

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    Hi Wassim, thanks for the nice comment in my sb. and welcome to CA sketchbook forum

    You've made a really great start, the anatomy studies are looking good, and your gestures have nice form, also you're getting there with the proportions. I think the advice to draw from life is best at this point, at college we did life drawing 2-3 times a week sometimes. I you warm up with your studies like you're doing before you draw from life it will make it a easier (just a tip I've picked up)

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    Silwynar : thank you silwynar and i'm happy that you like my stuff

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    so ,i did'nt draw too much today cause of school and some stuff, however here are more life drawings from MMA

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    Good stuff bro =) Liking the initiative =) Yip.. pretty much Bridgman is a good start.. maybe a hard at first but def worth it =) Okay, let's go go! =)

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    keep up the studies am sure u will become an awesome artist

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    Hello wassim, nice sketchbook start you have here!
    Anatomy studies are looking good. I see you working after bridgman now.
    Have you thought about trying others as well? Like hogarth loomis bammes etc
    I found that i can draw better heads after loomis, but limbs after bammes and so on.
    See what works best for you.

    Nice clean lines i see. Perhaps spend some time with a few, try to render those shapes more.

    In any case, your studies are looking good and you're doing the right stuff.

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    Kungfoowiz : thanks man , so happy that you like my stuff
    CRYPT : thanks bro , inshalah nkono m9wdine
    BlackDelphin : thanks , i'll make sure to do some bammes and loomis ..studies next time

    so here are some horse studies from books and refs it's my first time studying animal
    hope like it

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    nice studies hhh u forgoot the thing hhhh that i told u

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    Crypt : hhh i didn't forget it , just i don't want to do it hhhhh

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