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    buncha old sketches.

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    recent anatomy practice, lighting studies and concept.

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    Nice job with your planes on that last one.

    I made some minor(although they make a noticeable difference) tweaks to fix some perspective/foreshortening issues:


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    thanks ambiguity. i don't know much about foreshorteneing and im still learning about perspective. Can you explain what you did?

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    Concept

    Some stuff from this world ive always imagined in my head.

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    quick sketch before bed

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    Sure. Your face is in a 3/4 view, but you had the nose in a near profile view, you should be able to see both nostrils still in this view(it looks like you tried to sorta do that, but you had both the ball of the nose and nostril blended together). Another thing I fixed was the eye farthest from the camera. I know people tell you things get smaller the further they go into space, which isn't completely false, but next time you do a face especially don't think "smaller", think "condensed". So on that eye I made it the same height as the other one, but I left it "condensed" from left to right.

    Hopefully I explained myself well enough.

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    I just now noticed she's a bit cross-eyed too, fixed it:


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    thanks ambiguity. and i understand what you did now. thanks for explaining. im probably gonna practice drawing faces in different perspectives.

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    bedtime doodle

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    daily practice. quick studies.

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    Just go "The Nude Figure A Visual Reference for Artists"! Some practice.

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    flower I found

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    Skala in russian means cliff

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    Take a break from doing digital and draw traditionally for awhile.

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    last bit of practice for the night

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    why not. thanks for insight karta.

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    great sb, keep studying!, try make lines flow, dont make multiple lines for 1 line. i love the animal with the mountaints thing

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    thanks care. my problem is when i make one line it never comes out how i want. so i do multiple lines. it only comes out good if i take time to go over multiple layers.

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    pictuers with pencil. these are for you karta.

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    You have come a long way quickly - specially liking your elf type character design - great suit.

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    Keep an eye on the length of the necks/legs (in particular the femurs), you tend to make these too long at times, if your goal is anatomical accuracy that is. It seems like you have a decent sense of the body/head though, but it's a hard thing to really master, so keep it up!

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    you have really solid lineword and good blending too! push the painting details in some of those illustrations above!

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    Thanks AllyAlbon, your words make me want to go even farther.

    Thanks for the advice -j@y-. I just started studying anatomy in spare time. But ive usually always just drawn from my mind. Anatomical accuracy isn't my goal necissarly i just want to get close enough so my concepts look decent.

    Thansk wutngclam. I don't like going back to old pics but just for you. Can you tell me which one specificaly?

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    first time trying oils and pastels. Well third time but first time I'm pleased with outcome. This is oil on oil pastes. In my sketchbook.

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    I like your contrasts very much and think they are done really well
    Personally I think that you could work on your proporsitions. Your portraits look kind of slim.. they could be expanded

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    Thanks Flugel. Ill think about that when i do studies.

    Concept ship for 1hr design

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    1hr design challenge
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