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    It's never too late to learn

    Hi everyone,

    I'm joining this site with the hopes that I can improve my art. I will truly appreciate any advice or critiques and I will try to update at least once a week. So let's begin


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    Some sketches using http://www.pixelovely.com/gesture/figuredrawing.php and the last one is some studies of Michelangelo's drawings
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    love your pen and ink work

    The confidence of your strokes, love the cross hatching work...your anatomy on the pen and inks works...nice proportions.

    oh and welcome to CA.
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    Welcome! You're off to a good start. Looking forward to more!

    Good luck
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    sombertwin: Thank you for the welcome as well as the kind words

    bish0p2004: Thanks for the welcome and the luck, I just hope I can improve.

    Some 60 second digital drawings using posemaniacs, 2 pages of studies using http://www.pixelovely.com/gesture/figuredrawing.php, Some more ink studies of Michelangelo's drawings and a ink sketch from photo reference
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    Love it. I can see a lot of personality in some of these quick sketches which I believe qualifies them for at least partial success. Also, I adore your lines.

    Keep it coming!
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    Hi there, Thanks for stopping by, Great work here, really like the cross hatching, gives quite an amount of structure to your figures

    Keep posting
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    Love that last trench coat in ink. Your quick gesture poses inspire me to do more of that as well and not get hung up in too much detail. Very cool stuff!
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    KT Samurai: Partial success is better than no success Thanks for the comment

    KrispyKream: Thank you, I always like to build forms with hatching. I'm glad you like it.

    Blueflies: Thanks, Gesture drawings are really helpful, I'm happy mine inspired you to do more.

    Now for some more art. The first quick studies are done from an mma fight on tv.
    Second is quick study of armor from photo ref in ballpoint and the last ones are two quick portrait sketches from photo ref in ink.
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    Some simple digital torso studies from photo ref
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    Your most recents posts are quite lovely! I look forward to watching your progress!!
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    I love the hatching you use! And your gestures are amazingly well-defined for only 60-seconds... it's impressive!
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    CarlyH: Thank you

    Vekke: Thanks, I'm glad you like the hatching.

    Another simple digital torso study from ref.
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