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    Nice start to your sketchbook. It looks like you have a way with the more foliage based, organic stuff the most. I'd try to bring that same looseness you have with those into your anatomy drawings. You'd be surprised at the kind of marks you can achieve when you don't go into a drawing so tight.


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    Thank you, Nickodemus. True.. I have just bought a graphite pencil set, and i'll try to be more liberated with my lines. Btw, the pen sketches, and the digital environments in your sketchbook are beautiful.

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    don't use ballpoint pen for studies.
    but nice start, keep on workin'

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    I won't, you are right, makes lines too thick, and is a waste of time.
    Thanks for your comment!

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    I really like the rain. It has a nice, easy feel to it. Keep up the good work.

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    Thanks, Madisonpainter! I'm fond of this particular painting (as a beginner of course) , i'm glad you liked it too. Thanks.

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    Thanks for the comment! Great amount of work here, the trees and stuff in pen look really nice. You might want to brush up on your perspective and form so you better understand the anatomical forms you're studying. You should try simplifying the forms, turning the figures into boxes to help you understand the forms better
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    Thanks, Samszym. You are right, i need to do more studies on figures and perspective. Thanks!

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    Some recent human figure studies:

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    Other Studies:

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    Keep it up, dude. I mean for real bro, I'm subscribing to your thread, I wanna see how far you go.

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    Thanks, Tyn! Thankfully, I have just bought my first digital tablet AT LONG LAST. I'll try some digital stuff.
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    Here is a nose study using PS:

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    Trying my hands at my new tablet. Here are some basic shapes studies in grayscale:

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    Nice. Keep at it. I started messing w/ digital painting a couple days ago, but I'm thinking I'll head back to drawing foundations for the time being. I suppose there's no reason not to do both, and painting's definitely fun, but I'm feeling the itch to get better at just plain drawing, and fast.

    Anyway, keep pushing, as people seem to say around here.

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