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    would you look at this

    I'm an aspiring artist, I made a blog but have yet to post much, however if even one person would just have a look at it I'd be psyched. I am improving my motivations to work and post every day and even a critique consisting of YOU SUCK would be appreciated.

    http://ryanmerrill88.blogspot.com/


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    What are you studying for you art improvement?

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    I am in school right now for video game design, but I am drawing more than studying. I've pretty much been checking out other artists works for inspiration but i don't think it counts as studying. If you have any suggestions of studies that could help improve my art I'd be happy. Thanks!

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    cool ideas but you need better anotamy, even characters got skeletons.

    spend more time on your art 2

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    thanks for the tips, i definitely need to work on my anatomy ill get halfway done with a drawing and then realize its totally disproportional.

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    I've asked you that cause the equation is: study > practice > results.

    If you're not studying then what you're practicing for? In consequence of that you got no results... So here's one tip: choose a topic (like anatomy that has been suggested and i approve very much, i will prefer proportions cause it's more generic and basic), study it (first read and look, then draw), keep drawing as practice, and here it comes result.

    I know it's a very basic suggestion but you're kind of starting out and you surely find yourself in a better position in learning things if you got the basic stuff nailed down, and the most basic thing is how to study those subjects

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