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    WOAH! Great update man! Gotta love the head constructions and the values in your thumbnails.
    They are so readable, other than mine :/

    This ear is also pretty damn impressive, you'll never forget how to draw ears now

    Your constructions are just lovely, do some more O_O


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    Dude, thanks for checking out my SB; it's great to meet some new people on here, especially when they post work that's as focused and well structured as yours. Your perspective studies are looking perfectly awesome and your work with the Loomis mannequins totally makes me realize that I should go back to look at FDFAIW and study that some more. Thanks again for a chance to check your work out and keep it up!

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    MrFrenik-your words melt the icicle that is my heart,thank you sir.

    ecki-thanks dude.

    Royzy-thank you.

    here is some more stuff which i am not so proud of-doing sargent studies is really humbling.

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    Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook! Glad to see such an interest in anatomy and perspective, it'll help you so much later to have done it early.

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    Nice values and (again) head constructions – that is what I should probably do

    The values in that painting are also pretty nice (watch your edges though, in some parts it looks a little like a cut-out).

    The whole figure you drew looks nice, but a little stiff. I think you've over-constructed it a little (it's very apparent at the arm). I think you just need to do more of those to loosen up a little

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    awesome sargeant copy, i always get a mix of crushing despair and endless admiration when doing master studies i mean they really expressed themselves with the strokes and manged to make the atmosphere jump out of the page, keep it up man also loved the values on the mrjanum figure!

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    Great block in for the Sargeant. I'm trying to get a sense for how to do that right now as well, as I tend to focus way to much on the details early on in a rendering/painting.

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    its been a while since I last posted,I havent been Idle I just decided to take a little break from the internet as I was getting into old pattern of internet obssession.
    i am sorry if i am missed anyones replies I will try to catch up to whats been going on.
    also there is an update with some regular stuff construction,construction and some more construction.
    I plan to do a lot more still life this month as my life drawing skills arent that good so hopefully this thread will be injected with some variety and my nickname wont become ironic.


    MrFrenik-thank dude,i am struggling a lot with that as well- this block in took me a 3 hour or more
    with a lot of niggling and tweaking which if it were not digital would have been proved crucial for any likeness.
    I find that it comes to measuring and still life practice,need to do that a lot more often.

    lionheartGFX-I know what you mean man I try to get inspired and not depressed from how good sargent is.

    ecki-thank man,the loosening up bit is spot on,i am very rigid in my brainbox for someone who suppossedly should
    be creative,need to practice just drawing things without worrying over fundamentals.


    bread crumbs-thanks dude I hope it will.

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    Great studies, really like how you put into perspective those manikins. Also nice last prespective/faces studies!
    Keep doing! I'll looking forward to see more!

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    You've got some tight studies here Grey Persona. Will come back in a wee bit, hopefully with some more constructive crits. Cheers for the feedback on me Sketchbook!

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    Hi Sergey Great to see you doing so much work on fundamentals of anatomy and perspective! I think youve very quickly gotten a nice grasp on how the body functions, try to move away from literal cylinders and sphere joints, have them in your head and create more fluid figure which you're already starting to do, start to look at the actual knee cap and what that involves etc. They have a great sense of form and i love how much you use basic planes for your head drawing. The brush economy on that sargent study is really impressive man. Love the planes and the form man keep it like that very solid looking keep up the studies keep getting more fluid with it great man excited to see whats to come

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    Hi mate, nice studies. The still lifes and your perspective thumbnails are awesome. Do you start with abstract shapes or go straight for a perspective block-in?

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    Androno-thanks man

    crackpot-thank you for leaving a comment.

    TFsean-dude it means a lot to hear this from you your sketchbook is bad ass,i will probably start hammering on anatomy soon ,I still dont feel comfortable with construction and manikins so
    I guess i want to feel i can draw any pose with the manikin before i move to more complex things.


    Kvetch- thanks dude,I do use abstract shapes but not always.

    here are 2 sketches i did from imagination just not to make this an empty post.

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    Those perspective studies look really nice and your figures just seem to be getting better.
    No more lined paper!!! I will buy you a sketchpad myself if I have too!
    I'm a peacock, you gotta let me fly!

    Sketchbook

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    Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook! It was aweosme looking through yours! I see your tackling some Scott Robertson Dvds! Keep up the great work! YOu have some cool ideas and designs!!

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