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    I actually don't mind a fat model. Maybe you should then concentrate on drawing the negative shapes like in a Brague drawing. Having a model not showing you what you want to see is a challenge and by looking at it in a different way, you can bring that to future studies.

    I too liked using pen for life drawing as it helped in concentrating the mind to getting it right first time, but then again I tended to scribble to get the form. It's when you're not bothered about producing a perfect rendition, your best work appears as you concentrate on the form first and foremost. Sod the structure - that'll gel later.
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    hey dude great studies!
    "Art is never finished, only abandoned." Leonardo Da Vinci

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    hey man, níce postures, but why don't you render one of them? would be awesome to see something colourful and not so scanned =)
    you most defentitley are able to draw and know your perspective.
    best regards
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    Glad to still see you at it! I second the notion of doing a few renders. Look up the reilly method of drawing. I think you may like it. Take care and keep pushing
    If I happen to comment on your sketchbook, please don't feel obliged to comment on mine. use that time instead to get back to work.

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    Really good sketches. I never had patience to study in such way anything, even body proportions. Shame on me.
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