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    Your drawings are really great, you have an excellent understanding of the body, it's inspiring to see! Your lines are also quite nice Your sketchbook has been great to look at, I'll be waiting to see more!
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    Hey, thanks Iristhevirus.

    So here a bunch of Crap. Damnit, looks terrible. Think Im out of practice.

    Sketch on the Train.
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    This is a 1hr figure from photo.
    The first hour I spent messing up another figure drawing. I tried to render this in the Vilppu method and find it much harder than shading in shadow shapes.
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    Love your grayscale portraits... they seem to have so much character in them.

    What kind of pencil are you using for those figure drawing of red/blue colors ? I would appreciate it if you could give me some pointers on figure drawing approaches. My sketches tend to be too loose, with lot of lines.

    Looking forward to more updates

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    Yo I love your style of figure drawing, really amazing. Also you greyscale stuff Keep on drawing.

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    Been away for a while, heres some stuff..

    This is a head study from the movie twilight. I find that the movie is great for studying heads because the main characters' faces' is what it focuses on most. Also the lighting isn't heavy handed or explicit. It always seems to be a diffused blue light.
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    Figure from photo, about 5 mins i think.
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    An attempt at a cute creature from imagination.
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    These are sketches done in the subway.
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    Amazing studies, so much great construction. Really inspiring.
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    very good work i really like your figures

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    Wow those are some awesome studies : 0 I'm looking forward to see more of your works!

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    Hey, Thanks Zesiul, ezekrialase and eisyel.

    So heres some studies.


    Figure Painting, the hair was too chaotic so i gave up.
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    The next 4 are about 5 Mins each, Im trying to render light and shadow in a formulaic way, instead of simply copying the 2d shapes of the values.
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    Very inspiring!

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    Thanks Alismuffin

    Didn't finish this one. While painting the leg, I realized something I found unsatisfactory about my painting method. I think im gonna do some rethinking and experimenting.

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    Studied figure painting from James Kei's tutorial.
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    great figure studies but whenever I try to put sketches on the computer with my scanner its too light. How dark do you make them or how do you photograph them?
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    Hey Capt Surge, well, i dont draw very dark either, and a lot of the stuff comes out really light when I scan it. I usually make it readable by manipulating the exposure in ps.

    So heres some more studies.

    Still trying to get the hang of painting using james kei's tutorial as a guide.
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    Also, did a bunch of these.
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    Lovely progress already in 2 pages I'm so jealous of your rendering skills... i have so much trouble showing light in my pictures... do you have any advice for showing highlights in gray-scale? Do I have to intensify the values around the highlight or what? Also, for your latest post with the structured skulls, where did you learn that approach from? It looks really interesting and fun
    The only critique I really have for you is in your last gray-scale digi painting, the girls left calf looks really flattened against the leg, I imagine it would be more round?

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