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    Finally broke my figure drawing celibacy last Friday.

    I haven't drawn a live nude in over a year.

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    great studies so far, i was going to say your faces could do with some work, but they seem a lot stronger than the initial couple you posted. and i do agree with
    Naomi Ningishzidda (not totally that was a bit of a rant) but just drawing one gender will make your default forms lean towards that said gender when you draw out your head, but im sure you can draw men perfectly well, and its not usually a problem when your a man and dont draw men because you have a better sence of your own anatomy.

    either way good stuff, hows your colours and non referenced work? its not key, but can be depending on what you wanna get out of drawing.

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    wow! you really seem to have a solid grip on tone and volume. no crit there, keep it up I'd like to see some color studies though sometime! :p
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    Love your work, the smoothness and blending in your digital paintings is phenomenal! Also, very nice volume in your figure studies. Keep it up!

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    dog-faced Hey, thanks for the critique.
    I think your right about drawing one gender. I probably I spend 98% of my time drawing females yet I find it much easier to draw males.
    As for colors, I've only started tackling tone, and im sorta starting to get the hang of, so i think Ill hold off on the color for now. With imagination drawings, I still suck really bad.

    cloudcan Thanks Man.

    GypsySwan Thanks very much.


    I think today was an off day, everything I attempted ended up going to hell so Im not gonna upload that stuff. This is stuff is from yesterday.

    1hr 15min, figure from photo. Next time, im gonna draw more structurally instead of 2d drawing. Also Im gonna tryn spend more time of moving the half tone into the light.
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    Did another Study b4 going to bed.

    With this one, I tried to be more structural with the head drawing. Wereas the preceding head studies I uploaded, the drawings are done strictly two dimensional.
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    damn good stuff in here D:

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    Extremely good studies and attention to detail, try doing some animals as well, it helps with more imaginative creature structures all depends on what you'd like to end up doing one day i guess, but for what i've seen from my past few visits your definitely got a good grasp on anatomy and form, where to next? and then attack from there.

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    WOW! I can see that I still have a lot to learn!
    I know I'm not skilled enough to give proper feedback, but I really like them!
    -And thanks for your feedback in my sketchbook. Yeah I was curious, just had to see what you were doing in case of funny scenarios of people you spied on during a dinner :p

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    rumpenstiltzkin Thanks Very Much

    AdrianNagorski Hey Thanks, yeah animal studies sound fun, but I feel like I can barely draw the figure from imagination so im gonna hold off on that. I think next is perspective and landscapes.

    Trixtar Thanks very much.


    BTW anyone know a good hair painting tutorial?


    So these are 3 Min Gestures. I filled up my Newprint pad and in order to be frugal, I went back in to fill in the blank parts with gestures.
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    Finally Leg anatomy. Just trying to introduce the muscles into my head.
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    Wanna upload 1 mo thing b4 bed.

    Wow, I think this is the best imagination figure I ever did. I hope this drawing isnt a fluke and I dont start sucking again tomorrow. Gonna add light and dark to this.
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    I know you're worried about being slow, but the thing is once you do something once you can do it a second time faster. It's much more important to start off by doing it right. Good job on the imagination one!

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    Thanks again for your comment on my sketchbook
    I think your imagination drawing is great, just stay confident!

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    love it! especially the leg study! I've been drawing for a years but always been intimidated with anatomy! :p just started last week!

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    Ferroh Thanks Ferroh, yeah im noticing that a bit.

    Trixtar Hey again, and thanks for the encouragement.

    Gibi Dont worry about anatomy, its lots of fun once you get the gist of the muscles.

    So this is my 4 hour head study.
    Finally attempted hair while looking at zhang lu's tutorial to guide me.
    I noticed..
    the difference btwn his and my work is that there is a lack of contrast in mine, and zhang lu has a more angular calligraphic, and structural look.
    Also his use of stokes looks more intensional and confident whiles mines is struggling to blend. I gotta do some more studies of his work.

    Damn, now that i've uploaded it, i also notice the neck value looks weird, makes the cheek shadow look like its dirt or something.
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