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    That's the spirit dude! Go get em! Really nice gesture studies
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    Thanks GEB!

    A quick doodle just for fun.

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    Been a while again. Some stuff I am currently busy with.

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    That's far from "sucking", the fast ones are superb, I envy you.
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    damn, LOTS of cool stuff going on here, love to see the experiments youve got bubbling away in your lab

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    diggin your experiments and love reading about people getting serious about their art - those boxer studies you did earlier look awesome thx for sharing
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    Thanks all!

    Been on a short holiday in France but now it's time to get back in action. Some sketches from my sketchbook. All from head. I find it really refreshing to do these gestures from head. You see immediately what you still don't know well enough. Which makes for accurate studies later on


    edit: sorry that the scans aren't the best. I think it will take a long time before me and my scanner become good friends. It never seems to be a problem with loose papers but with sketchbooks... ugh
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    Some more.

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    This one looks a bit messed up right now. I've been busy with the face but couldn't get it right. After redrawing it several times and fleshing out I finally came to the solution. The problem (as always... ) were the values. I don't know... I always seem to put them to close together which always turns into a bloody mess. Lesson learned again. I've quickly put an overlay on it and pushed it to it's extreme. I am still deciding what is less work right now, repairing the damage or start over again.
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    welcome back with sharp mind and pencil

    After 4years of distraction dident got rusty thats nice... I hope to see your art updates more often ;D

    I like your thinking of distractions I will delete my movies/ games to as result...

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    Hey JiR! Distractions are sometimes welcome, but as soon as they get in the way of what you really want to do it's bad. I can honestly say that I still don't regret the decision to make my room and house more art friendly.

    I went to a friend yesterday. We'd decided we would spend a day on some die-hard drawing. Instead we got drunk, very drunk, and all I've got to show is one lousy page. It was fun tho'

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    hey man,
    just dropping by to say that the sketch-sheet in post #20 with the guys sitting on the shoulders is really awesome.

    keep rocking!
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    Nice sketchbook man, very interesting stuff in here, liking post #16 a lot, keep 'em coming!
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    polaritymechanic and Gpozzo, thank you!

    Some studies of the arm and hand. The first one is copied from Bammes. The second page is my own hand and the third is from memory. I think it is better when studying hands to also study the connection points. I am under the impression that what happens between one connection point and another isn't really that important. Those shapes can vary a lot from person to person. This tends to be less at spots where different bodyparts connect. I think this has to do with more showable bone underneath the skin that is the same for everybody.

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