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    Good updates, your main problem seems to be motivation as you pointed out in my sketchbook. Try and set yourself a schedule. I don't know what your day to day life looks like but make something realistic for example: Work 2 hours every night from 2100-2300 Monday-Friday, and never miss it. Once you've done that for a week or two it will become so normal to do you'll never stop and it won't feel like a chore. Routine helps a lot I've found. You're doing good work nonetheless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Kessel View Post
    Good updates, your main problem seems to be motivation as you pointed out in my sketchbook. Try and set yourself a schedule. I don't know what your day to day life looks like but make something realistic for example: Work 2 hours every night from 2100-2300 Monday-Friday, and never miss it. Once you've done that for a week or two it will become so normal to do you'll never stop and it won't feel like a chore. Routine helps a lot I've found. You're doing good work nonetheless.
    yeah I tried schedules before but they started out with at least 10 h a day of work.
    I now try to do it with smaller goals and preferably in the morning because that gets me motivated for the rest of the day ( sometimes) art never feels like a chore to me I just find it hard to get started. I'm jobless for one and a half year now so I've wasted too many time already. I spend less time looking for other jobs and focus most on art now and my health / weight ( als de kruitvat mij na honderd keer solliciteren nog niet wil ben ik het ook beu hoor ) .
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    I'm just pointing out the obvious here, in the colored piece, the ogre is charging in for an attack yet the guy's just standing there. He should be in defensive pose, ready to fight for his life. And you're studying pose a lot, i've been afraid to get in there, mainly cause i sucks so hard .

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    Figure drawings are definitely improving, are you studying any books or videos a long doing them or just drawing what you see? Because construction can help a lot when learning to do figure drawing. Eventually you wont have to use it anymore but when learning it's very useful to know why things are behaving the way they are.
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    ngeyen quang: the idea after the image is that the guy is so scared he can't react and will be smashed but maybe it's more cleer to me because I drew it and should have done more to communicate that with the "viewer" I forget to thik about that sometimes X( Dennis: yep books and videos i plan to do more about seperate muscle (groups) etc

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    oh boy i've let me slip down into doing nothing again someone kick me in the butt please

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    You should really work on your understanding of volume and not just form, observational drawing is great but try to understand the building blocks of any giving object you're trying to depict. Watch a couple Proko vids, work with wrapping lines, read up on planes and boxes (and all the more complex shapes following those) on drawabox, it'll improve your work so much.

    Think volume not outline.

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    thanks for the comment , I hadn't heard of drawabox I will give it a try and maybe finally start with scott robertson's how to draw as well
    I have drawn so much boxes and cillinders in my life but I still feel uncomfortable with perspective

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    soooooooo.... I've tried the proko gesture drawing method and i'm not entirely convinced I mean I don't even think it has improved my motion ?
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