wow you have a really. really. good eye. i like how much detail is in your line work, and even your pen sketches show what a good scope you have of your models.
perhaps some detail and refinement practice? i really enjoy that stove picture
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Images are really big though so it's hard to scroll and see them well. And I have a wide screen monitor at it's highest resolution.
May have to shrink them after you take them off your camera.
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Your stuff looks really cool. What kind of pen are you using?
I like your quick sketch, nice dynamic line. Try sketch more people
Nice sketches but try to upload them with a scanner, and also shrink the previous ones down, thats gonna be more pleasant to read for other people.
But keep the sketches coming love to see more!
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looks like your doing the right stuff. Doing sketches of people sitting, standing, running, leaning on walls, all those things will bring your understanding of weight distribution/anatomy further and further. Just keep it up, and do as many studies as possible. Looking good so far mate!
Chevy above my comment said most of what I wanted to say. I'd like to add that you could try line variation,
and also more construction and proportion to your figures. As for the last post with muscle studies, they are
all really nice, just don't forget to actually understand the muscle, how they work, how they are distributed
and don't just concentrate on the shape(copying them as a plane shape) and it's not really necessary to
concentrate on so many details at this moment (for example drawing every muscle fiber).
And by the way, I can't see anything in post number 8. Should there be something in it? If not, i'd recommend deleting it.
All: Thanks for your advices
brengear: I used just a pen
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