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    tj0ri`s beginner sketchbook

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    Hi Ca!
    at the moment i`m working on my foundation skills to become a better artist

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    fun with zbrush

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    studies of the triceps and gestures

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    I like your gestures a lot. How long are you spending on them?

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    Thank you Cider! i believe from 1 to 5 minutes but i donīt use a stopwatch or somthing like that. Some of these gestures are copies from a book called "dynamic life drawing for animators" you might wanna take a look at that book. to me this book was very helpful. sorry for my english i hope you get what i`m trying to say

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    really nice start to your sketchbook! Im really digging your gesture work. Also, good job with ur anatomy studies. it would be nice to see some rendered sketches.

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    very very nice i should also take a route like this and study the body as a whole i also like your 3d characters and you linework nice work m8!

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    man i love your gesture studies!! keep it up!!

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    thank you guys

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    Talk about hard work! Great start for your SB, I love those head studies

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    hampton is great isnt he?nice studies with the head m8 im into that book also and yeah Force :dynamic life drawing for animation ,is in my bookself iam definatelly gonna spend some time with it thnx man love to see more.Take care and post mooooree!

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    @Januz Thank you

    @Dimi thank you yeah since i discovered his book it's one of my favourites i`m glad you like that force book you too man

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    Great gestures and the flow of your lines is absolutely great

    Please, check my SKETCHBOOK and leave feedback. I want to improve!
    "Little by little, one travels far."
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    Don't forget to check their sketchbooks as well:
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    Thank you

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    I think your sketch book is inappropriately named, this is not the work of a beginner Your figures are stunning and show great movement. Keep it up.

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    thank you very much but i really feel like a beginner there is so much that i don`t know about art and so much to learn

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    I definitely know what you mean. However, your figure work is far from beginner, there will always be so much to learn about art. The key is not getting overwhelmed with all the things you want to learn. I would like to start doing a sketchbook on here as well but have not found the time to organize and up load my work.

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    That last head is really good, some things to consider IMHO:

    - The jaw looks a bit strange (maybe it's too short?)
    - The eyes are a bit big
    - The forehead is too big, making the hair start almost at the crown
    - The base of the nose is in a slightly different angle than the eyes and the mouth

    Keep it coming!

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    @DormierDesign
    exactly

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    thanks for the crits

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    hey man gestures are great love em , perspective is a must to learn as it applies to everything,the planar analysis you did in nose eyes and forehead is nice.Nothing to say one thing to suggest though, doing this kind of analysis is great for memorizing planes i tend to this kind of stuff on top of photograps and figure out what is what just a suggestion keep em coming m8 cheers

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    Oh my, your artwork is amazing, especially your gesture and muscle studies. It's so epic.

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    I really like your gestures - they are so... live)) And 3D works look interesting too)) Just keep doing what you do

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