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    You should work on your proportions.
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    BRIDGEMAN hated the way these turned out though
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    imagination, photo, and studies
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    Quote Originally Posted by keremcantarhan View Post
    You should work on your proportions.
    I will
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    Nice anatomical studies! It's great that you're focusing on your weak areas, like hands; keep it up and don't be afraid to make mistakes! About your proportions, I think you have a tendency to make the heads a little small and give them exaggeratedly large legs, so keep an eye on that as you move forward. It might be helpful to do some smaller more gestural studies where you focus on getting the whole figure down with accurate proportions with just a few well thought out strokes. Also I second the suggestion that you try drawing from life, regularly if possible.
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    stuff I did yesterday and today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dierat View Post
    Nice anatomical studies! It's great that you're focusing on your weak areas, like hands; keep it up and don't be afraid to make mistakes! About your proportions, I think you have a tendency to make the heads a little small and give them exaggeratedly large legs, so keep an eye on that as you move forward. It might be helpful to do some smaller more gestural studies where you focus on getting the whole figure down with accurate proportions with just a few well thought out strokes. Also I second the suggestion that you try drawing from life, regularly if possible.
    Thanks for the critique.
    I will work on all the problems you pointed out in my drawings
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    All the drawings I did on the computer today.
    imagination, studies, and 1 min gestures (gestures drove me crazy pld.
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    Nice studies! Keep them coming.
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    more pics, gestures, and I'm trying to learn how to digital paint too (lost).
    Feel like I'm behind everyone when I look in other sketchbooks
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    Found out that my tablet has been causing the pain in my hand and arm so I took a break from it . I'll be getting a scanner next month but for now I'll try to post regularly with my tablet.

    These are some hand studies from old master paintings and some from photos.
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    3 value study before I crash
    Used photo ref from deviantart.
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    Excellent studies i like how you have a consistant amount of small thumbnail sketches of humans, very good practise
    oh, and try not to use too many whites when doing form unless u have a really shiny horsie hehe.
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