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    My Drawrings (crits pls)

    “All artists are willing to suffer for their work. But why are so few prepared
    to learn to draw?”
    ― Banksy

    Dear Banksy,
    It's my style, don't be hatin'

    My very first sketchbook in all it's failed 1 page glory (dec07-jan08) http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=114384
    My second sketchbook, 4 pages but still lacking (may08-may10) http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=127243
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    week 1 of figure drawing in chronological order

    gestures are all 1 minute, otherwise everything is 20-25 minutes

    I haven't been in a legit figure drawing class in 2-3 years so this has been a lot of fun

    The teacher is pushing me to slow down and focus on line, not proportion, construction or values. He isn't my favorite teacher in the world but I certainly try very hard to work on pursuing the things he encourages in class and I hope I'm making obvious progress with them. Are drawings like these appropriate for a college app portfolio or are they not finished enough?

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    Lookin good, maybe get some portrait work in to get the faces a bit better.

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    week 2 dump 1
    beginning to experiment with line

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    week 2 dump 2

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    some sketchbook pages

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    more figures
    these felt really good and I'm happy with the result, but I do have to acknowledge that I was getting way ahead of myself by trying to tackle value so soon and in 20-25 min poses

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    Your studies are quite beautiful, thanks for the advice!

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    moooooooore
    standing poses are all 20 min, seated/reclining are 25

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    Proportions and linework are awesome; values a little disconnected (I have the same problem).

    Nice work.
    Thinking connects desire with creation.
    How good are you?

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    thanks p sage :3

    some sketchbook stuff

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    skulls
    first one is referenced from "Anatomy for the Artist" by Sarah Simblet, second is from http://www.flickr.com/photos/digital...7616869491431/ and the rest are from the german Bammes books

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    Very nice progress here! Keep up the practice!

    Kw

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    Your figures are really solid- great volume, even when your forced to stick to just lines ^_^

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    Awesome work man , i like the figure studies
    keep the good work
    Change is such hard work

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