You may question why we do not at once proceed to the finished, smooth, round form. The answer is that in a drawing or painting, something of the individual procedure and structural quality should remain... It is the big form that does the job--not the little and exact.
Great stuff, maybe you could draw some stuff from the mind since you've been using lots of reference. I found that alternating this way is of great help. Surely if you do more stuff from the mind and get back to the pictures you'll find a significant difference.
@lennon: yes, actually I've been drawing on an alternate sketchbook of mine things that comes to my mind but somehow i have forgot to post, and i have already a sketch for a piece... but i am waiting for next year to paint it... something like a fresh start, thanks for the comment i'll post some drawings from my imagination soon..
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I really, really love your sort of choppy, squared-off painting style. The photostudy from the 27th, those suits, and your latest one are fantastic. (Though I think the guy's head looks better now, but his legs are a little off - the pose doesn't really feel balanced at the moment.)
Nice sketchbook Gabriel! Great work with the colors, also, I like the style of your own pieces and sketches, looks interesting. Keep on developing that. And as for being lazy = better than not do anything at all, right?