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    a new bunch

    30 minuts acrylic
    a new bunch

    same pose, 1 minut
    a new bunch

    10 minuts
    a new bunch

    2 minuts
    a new bunch
    a new bunch
    a new bunch
    a new bunch
    a new bunch
    a new bunch


    i think I'm still improving, the lines are much more confidents in those one (especially the 2 minuts poses) than the other weeks (except maybe for the drawings on yellow BG from last week)

    please share your crits and comments
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    Yeah, way to go. Its good to see your improving. Try being more confident with your lines. In my opion. I think you're going to slow. Try capturing the pose with one line from the head to the toe first thing your do. In 1-2 secs. 3 tops. Torso shape as a quick shaper, pelvis and then limbs. U seem to be doing a great job. I love that first one. Its my faveeee.......


    My fave of the 2 min. bunch is the fifth one. In these short poses try and catch the essence of the pose. It doesn't even have to look like the person. I like that one because of that shadow. good job

    Hope my suggestions worked out for u. Just keep it up and keep em coming.:thumbsup:
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    The acrylic picture is very good, almost perfect.
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    Thumbs up

    i love the paint application...

    -Joshua
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    thanxs a lot guys, i'm trying each week to improve, and to listen to your advices

    i'm honoured by your comments, especially from you joshua, since you are one of the artists here i admire a lot.
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    You must spend hours in life drawing classes - I love your drawings very much. Is it acrylics or gouache on that paper (which I like to use, too)?

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