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    You've some nice sketches, but I still say you should find one you like and push it. Even if you feel like you don't know what you're doing, work on it work on it work on it. From my experience, I've learned more from finished pieces that take awhile to do rather than some sketches. Good perspective studies, maybe throw some buildings in as well? One exercise is to draw a horizon line, put down your vanishing point and draw 25 boxes on the top of the page and 25 on the bottom. So the end product will look like a bunch of boxes are shooting towards you. It is boring, it is repetative, it is work but it is good for you. Also, still lifes. Still lifes are really beneficial, man. Do one and take your time. Take days! Keep it up, man, i do see improvement. Go go go!

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    thnka you all, replied on your SB's

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    sketch from morning

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    VRAG UBIT~~~~!!!

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    morning sketch

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    Wow you've studied so hard in anatomy.
    I really like how you've tried all of them.
    : ) I will try to learn more about anatomy again too!

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    Hello there Sporus, Im really digging your anatomy drawings, specially the gestures, they are looking very forceful and dynamic unlike my characters that are still a bit stiff. I'd like to know if you could recommend some references to me and I'd like to thank you again for being so helpful and commenting on my work, hope to see more of your work. You are doing very well

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    again moring sketch... before class.

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    Those head studies are nice. Honestly, it would be super beneficial if you did like 5 more pages of those heads. Really nail it in your memory bank, you know? Keep it up!

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    Nice studies man! I like the crouching demon thing that's a few posts above a lot. Keep with these head studies, you're obviously starting to get the hang of it!

    Are you familiar with this post? May help, along the lines of what you're working on now!

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    looking good sir. Those head studies are coming quite nice. Would love to see more pencils

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    is this right???

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    I think you have the right idea for developing perspective on a creature. Consider using primitive forms, like boxes, to help you for the head, the torso, and the pelvis. I've attached a page from Ken Hultgren's Art of Animal Drawing, a book really worth checking out. Also, consider that even if your creature is in perfect perspective, it won't matter if the pose isn't compelling.

    Keep it up.

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    Hey, man, this stuff is looking better, but I know you can do more. Push a sketch. I saw a couple sketches that you did that could make a nice illustration. Good job on the perspective sketch, man, those are good for you. Was it tough? The only thing is that his waist looks like it tapers too much but perhaps this is how the creature looks? Either way, good job. Now where are the still lifes? o_O

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    Quote Originally Posted by MT-Mystic View Post
    I think you have the right idea for developing perspective on a creature. Consider using primitive forms, like boxes, to help you for the head, the torso, and the pelvis. I've attached a page from Ken Hultgren's Art of Animal Drawing, a book really worth checking out. Also, consider that even if your creature is in perfect perspective, it won't matter if the pose isn't compelling.

    Keep it up.
    woha i think i just found my new favorite book! i think my SB is hgoing to change now!!!
    thanks a lot man for the advice i really admire you! youre art is great.

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    Hey, man, this stuff is looking better, but I know you can do more. Push a sketch. I saw a couple sketches that you did that could make a nice illustration. Good job on the perspective sketch, man, those are good for you. Was it tough? The only thing is that his waist looks like it tapers too much but perhaps this is how the creature looks? Either way, good job. Now where are the still lifes? o_O
    wow thanks so much man... i have trouble pushing sketches. or finishing anything... i need a really good idea to strike me. and YEs it is tough... nothing ever looks right until the end.
    and i have still lifes saved but not uploaded.... i need advice moreso on my creative stuff, concept-wise... i feel like the rrors in still lifes are obvious and feedback i get on those are usually things i see myself... idk.. the post after this will have still lifes. we will see
    thank you all


    heres a thing,,

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    The perspective is nice, but the pose looks more like a guy doing pushups than a creature that is naturally on all fours. This might be because I get the idea that the spine at a straight slant rather than a downward curve (the creature on the previous post looked more natural because you made the spine curve). The lower part of the body looks too small compared to the upper body. The idea is cool. Like a cyber-lizard. Perhaps a quick initial sketch of the front and profile of the creature will give you an idea of the proportions and how they should look in perspective. Keep at it, man.

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    thx for stopping by my sketchbook, great job on yours i looked through it and all your figure studies and stuff seem to be really paying off

    "Art is never finished, only abandoned." Leonardo Da Vinci

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    heres one for the good old days

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    updaTE AGAIN

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    wip cool WIP

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    Heyyy I haven't seen you in a while. Whats up?
    Sketches are looking good, and the latest monster looks sweet!

    Later

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    love the monsters, awesome design.

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    thank you guys!

    heres a real life sketch

    Better than my digital crap

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    It's cool to see you doing perspective stuff!

    In fact everything here is awesome. I don't really have much to say except, keep doing what you're doing!

    I'll be watching yoooou u

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    merry new yearrarz

    oh man the female's face...in this drawing... is just... atrocious

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    well... yeah...

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