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    Well, if the case is that then it can't really be helped, and you'll just have to either concentrate on putting the few hours you have to good use (anatomy studies, life drawing, etc practice) and/or just deal with that you'll have a disadvantage and will improve really slowly.
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    Well I've starded it over.
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    Hey, everything I would say has been covered, but can I just add that super huge breasts aren't even the problem here? The problem is you drew them REALLY BADLY. You don't have to make them smaller if you'd just situate them on the ribcage correctly, and fix the shape. I mean, is it really that hard to find references of ridiculously large breasts on the internet?
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    Is it any better now? I was also practising with drawing from life, I'll later upload that thing.

    I am doing in that way first time.
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    i think you should stop all this and spend a solid 6 months studying hard. you dont have the tools to pull this off well. i don't mean to offend just honestly your wasting your time. it's like your deciding what curtains you want in your new house, but your standing in an empty plot with no planning permission, blue-prints, building material or builders.

    get your Sketchbook out order some Loomis books and a good perspective book and study them solidly. Its boring but your going to need to work hard if you want to improve.
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    I do own 2 sketch books one to use at home another one away. I have alredy bought few books and they has helped me, in books there is about everything ,characters ,poses, perspective, abot traditional and digital about pretty much everything.

    And I have never seen loomies book in book store or or library.

    I do not seek for excuse, just sayin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megamarine View Post
    And I have never seen loomies book in book store or or library.
    You can try asking if the book store can order it for you, and they're also available from Amazon and other webshops: http://www.amazon.com/Andrew-Loomis/..._athr_dp_pel_1

    And honestly, having two sketchbooks won't help if you don't use them, no matter if it's because of lack of time.
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    They weren't sketch books if I would not use them. I can show that i use them. Why books by him are that good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megamarine View Post
    They weren't sketch books if I would not use them. I can show that i use them. Why books by him are that good?
    So I trust that you're already doing daily life drawings to both of those? Because scribbling occasionally to them from imagination won't be enough.

    As for the latter question I'm not the best to answer, but for me it's because they go through the basics in clear and precise manner (gesture, basic muscle groups, perspective, proportions, cartoony and realistic stuff, expressions, form/planes, lighting and so on) and also go through more theory in the later books (especially in the Eye of the Painter) and they're done by someone who can actually draw, is a professional and knows his stuff, even if on occasion you may find something that comes of bit out-dated in the text.
    Another reason was that for the longest time they were available for free in the web when they weren't re-printed.

    However it's not like there isn't other excellent books, especially for anatomy (Bammes, Bridgman, Peck and others from here: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=152626) but the Loomis books are a good comprehensive package about all the important stuff, not just anatomy.
    Here's a quick review: http://parkablogs.com/node/6353
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kveldvaahiim View Post
    Or breasts on a lizard in general ;p considering they are reptiles and not mammals, haha.
    It's a flotation device!
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    Quote Originally Posted by arenhaus View Post
    It's a flotation device!
    *gasp* They're evolving!
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