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    Hey conceptart!



    I often feel like an outsider to this community because I don't really spend a lot of time painting digitally. I prefer lineart and comicbook type illustrations. Recently I started to go to life drawing classes again to improve my knowledge of anatomy and ability to draw the figure. I want to start a sketchbook here to share my progress and hopefully get some advice from you on what I can do to improve.

    I try to include drawing into my daily life, but I work full time and want to do some creative work aswell. To really get good at anatomy, does anybody have any tips? Draw daily For how long and what kind of stuff? Is it better to study from anatomy books, draw from pictures? Do quick drawings or long in depth drawings?

    Hope you can help me out

    I'll start out with some life drawing from the last 2 sessions:

    Last Thursday:











    Tuesday:

    1minute poses:












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    Attended another life drawing session, this one had 10 1 minute poses and then 1 long pose of which I did a few drawings.








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    Hey I like the flow in your drawings! Feel like I can "feel the form" also when I look at them
    Keep pushing!!

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