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    More arm study ...

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    fantastic studies keep them up. I know the forearm muscle studies are touch as hell since most of the muscles look the same and the radius and ulna kind of spiral around each other.
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    Cheers Steph Yeah they are a pain .. I am behind on the course doing extra studies for them but it was worth it.

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    I feel godlike after this echorche!!!!!

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    Good, thorough muscle studies of the arm, but I think it's important to contextualize these kinds of studies, too. Like, maybe more studies demonstrating the attachment to the shoulder and proportion to the upper body. Also, I think it's important to work on the hand in addition to the arm, or at least simplify it in a more three-dimensional way. At the moment, the hands look flat and significantly less thorough than your muscle studies, and it's distracting. I almost want to see you study them as thoroughly as you have the arms... but maybe you plan on doing that?
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    dude am luffin all the gestures and wow your so methodical with the muscle studies! now i know who to bother, in the study group when i need anatomy help ;]
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    Alright whirly! More life drawing! I think some of these would be strong of you could imagine the silhouette and NAIL it. Like the soda bottle is looking a bit weak. Stuff like that. Also the character on the bottom right is cool. Inception and everything.
    Do a lot of work and your work will be as good as your ambitions.
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    Ha thanks Fried, I still suck though but I am happy to help

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    ... Bloodey mass effect

    Anyway ... more muscles

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    Did a bargue study and then did some ecorche drawing over the top

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    Shitty gesture. Man I hope these get better after life drawing.

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    Watched the same 2 vids like 50 times over

    http://vimeo.com/20823980 and http://vimeo.com/26799256 .. same guy .. im absolutly in love with his work its so beautiful.

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    Quick leg study between fluid simulation.

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    Ah i knew the animation looked familiar i saw the Gotye video a while ago i really fell in love with it. Keep up those studies man your really improving. Remeber to focus on balance as well, try working with action lines or a line from the pit of the neck down to the feet and make sure their center of gravity is on the line or make up for counterbalance. Having a good sense of balance will give your figures more of a "weighted" look i find. keep it up
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