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    great studies and practices! i would recommend keeping it up but also applying what you learn to your own work as well. anyways great updates!


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    Where are you learning your constructive anatomy and perspective from? The studies are coming out really nice.
    My Sketchbook Feel free to drop in and offer advice

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    Thanks for the comment, Gray. To answer your question, yes it's all freehanded (except for the circle, cause fuck that noise ). It just takes time and lots of the history brush to get clean lines. The main thing you want to worry about is making them fluid and strong and not scratchy.

    Your figures are great. You've definitely put in a lot more time than I have on anatomy, and I'm sure it shows in my work. Need to go back and do some studies like have been.

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    Good shit man, the hard work you put in is inspiring!

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    MrFrenik-thanks for the tip.


    Ambiguity _-pretty much what everyone else uses,bammes bridgman,loomis,hogarth.
    there is a post a few pages back were I elaborated on the books I use(though there is not a special "secret" book).



    kevin_-yeah,I need to practice retaining what I learn and not just moving to the next thing.


    Flaskpost-oh man thanks a lot,I always feel like a little shit for not drawing enough, your comments makes me fell less shitty.

    Joe777k7-thanks mate.


    so I have been really lazy the last couple of days and am a little bit rusty
    decided to do a fun life study and a little thumbnail to get the anxiety out of the way.

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    Hey looks awesome. Keep posting.

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    Polished it!

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    The construction looks good, don't forget to practice some gestures too if you aren't already doing that.
    Is that last still life painted directly with color?

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    Dude keep on doing the anatomy they'll help so much!

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    Shit yes, the site's back up. I don't know about you, but I started to get withdrawals. Gotta scratch that itch.

    Good work on the figure constructions. The values on the mug still life can be pushed more, but your edges are nicely done as well as your sense of where the light is coming from. Keep going strong, man.

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    Jkilla-thanks.

    JDBI-thanks mate,I picked the color directly with the rgb sliders without doing a value layer if that is what you mean.

    Yemi775-thanks,I LOVE anatomy.

    MrFrenik-yeah its really hard without ca.
    I triedto paint the values and the colors as I saw them but you are probably right now that I look at it.

    n1frit-spasiba tavarish!

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    good studies dude looks like their helping quite a bit, keep on goin

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    Yeah, your figure studies are pretty solidly build into your head, man. These imagination sketches are very strongly constructed. How about mixing up some proportions to get some different constructions? You know how to construct these things realistically, so exaggeration might be something to help push your creativity a bit in a direction you wouldn't have thought of previously.

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    Those studies and head constructions look great!

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    Great updates! Your figures look really solid and those faces from imagination look great. Right now I'd like to see some kind of an illustration, where you apply most of the stuff you've learned. Anyway, really solid stuff, keep it up

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    Wow, I'm really admiring how you succeed in having that solid constructions, yet still keep your figures and poses lose and elegant.

    This is so kicking my ass!

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    What a great sketchbook here!! Really solid and strong form... I think I am learning to see in 3D just by looking at them lol Thanks for posting the snapshot of all your books on post#86 - great idea to share! Cuz then people'd what each book cover look like too when they go to the bookstore.

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    thanks everybody for the comments and suggestions!

    I have been a little bit distracted and not totally focused on art lately .battling with inner demons ,trying to stay positive and what not.
    here is a sketch and a painting study(the artist name is qiang huang-http://qiang-huang.blogspot.nl/)

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    That painting study looks awesome! Those bold strokes are really great.

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    Hey. You are very tallented, your Loomis studies are very neat and we can tell when you are using this knowledge to make a portrait. Awesome sketchbook!

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    I agree, the painting turned out nicely. It looks like it didn't take much time to do, but that probably means that it took a while to do and you just made it look easy. That's usually a sign that you're getting good. And the spaceship lineart is quite good. Keep doing these types of drawings and pushing your designs further and further.

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    thanks everybody for the the feedback and for cheering me up.
    i am getting back to fighting form!

    * a failed life study ,made a mistake starting it out grayscale and then realized that the shapes where more hue shift oriented
    because the spray bottle was in the shadow and resulted in a quite diffused lighting which is not good for form.

    and the gibberish is hebrew :>
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    Cool updates : ) That spaceship is really cool and really makes me feel like I should be practising stuff like that too. Keep it up : )

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    I think I see what you are saying with the spray bottle, but that is still some pretty sharp rendering. Also, the figures in your past few posts have been really solid - hope you keep staying positive!

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    Interesting observation about that spray bottle. Don't consider it a failure though, especially if you learned that little nugget of info. I bet you the next time you render something you'll keep that in mind and progress further. It's these little "failures" that actually make us better, so be thankful when you have them! And as always, keep working hard.

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    I really like your still lifes, they're looking great! =]
    I'm a peacock, you gotta let me fly!

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    Gray, where you is?!

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    Amazing stuff here! Think you could stop by and give me some pointers? It would be much appreciated. I'd leave a critique but I honestly have nothing to add.

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