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    Little late to the starting line... PLEASE CRITIQUE!!

    I'm a bummy looking 22 year old student and just really starting at the art game. It is what I want to do with my life and I am going to work hard till I'm at par with the best so PLEASE help me get there. Be harsh and brutal with your critiques, I can take it and I want it.


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    Hey Pusateap, welcome to CA, you're not alone, I'm 22 this year and trying to get into the game, we will both get there I promise. As for critique, I recommend cleaning up your lines. Can't wait to see more from you [=
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    Hi! Is never too late!

    Looking at the guy who is on his back on the floor, I sense that he is flat. And the one with the... Ballet, or stretching pose, the arms are too long. And since you asked about shoulders (a question that I also have), I'm studying Loomis and Bridgman for that!

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    It’s good to see that you aren’t afraid to try drawing different poses. Personally, I’d recommend looking at more basic poses in order to get a clearer idea of proportions etc. A mixture of photo reference and art books should definitely help!

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    The pose on the upper right's head doesn't seem to properly connect with the rest of the body. In other words, I concur with what Orali has said.
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    Thank you guys SO much! Right now I'm checking out Loomis and Bridgman and there is so much good information that its making jittery! Also poses, anyone know where I can find some? Found this interesting website: http://www.posemaniacs.com/, but would still like some others.

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    Heya! Welcome! I'm also 22 and just starting to get into the game now. We'll get there! Just keep posting.
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    http://lovecastle.org/draw/ for all your figure references.
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    Forearm notes and practice and a little bit of legs.

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    very nice start man and good luck with your goal keep up and you will improve thats for sure use the spine for aligning properly the big masses head torso pelvis i find it some times to start with the pelvis try it out it might help ya get some orientation on how the rest of the masses are aligning,other than that post moar

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    More arm doodles and a puffin. They make the silliest sounds.

    Also thank you guys for the help and input, it's awesome.

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    Late night hand and arm studies.


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    Hi and welcome!

    I suggest you try to do sketches and doodles on regular pen and paper as well, it helps to speed up the process and the understanding of shape and form.
    It's always recommended to create using more media than one. So make sure your digital drawing gets company of analog drawing! Keep it up!
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    great start man .....
    keep practicing and im sure you'll do fine
    do a lot more studies.. figure studies, 30-60 sec gestures, etc
    also take a little break every now and then from human figure and try to draw objects and environments so that when you come back to your preferred subject matter you will feel refreshed!
    keep up the good work!!

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    Here is my digital work (fun) for the day...

    Also thank you all for the advise. I will try to post some landscape and traditional stuff in the upcoming days.

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