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    study of bare ( real )

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    Self portrait: I m not satisfied so i have change some lines, i have improve the shadows but it's really dificult. one simple feature can change the likeness.

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    Study real naked:

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    face

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    study eyes, volume and shadow :

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    At the moment I began studying the book geoges bridgman.

    I am the rhythm and the basic pelvis and ribcage study.
    I have a hard set legs yet again.

    Sometimes I try the method of which is Villpu draw from one point to another point which is very difficult thing.

    I also study the movement and pose and the line of force.

    Study Georges Bridgman:

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    Movement and method Villpu

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    Thank you for your advice and help on this topic

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    Hello, thanks for visiting my sketchbook I think you're doing all the right things, you should post more!

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    hi féfé! it seems you are really diligent at the moment! you're doing great! maybe you can try to pay a little more attention, how you set your lines. maybe you can try to give the lines more fulness which are in the foreground, and draw those lines in the background a bit thinner. this will give your drawings more depth.

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    Thank u Goldenstripe, i will try to do this

    Study movement and rhythm:

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    Study nude 5 and 10mn :

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    Study paint numerique:

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    Study traditionnal art :

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    Thank u before for u comment and advice

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    Hey,
    you've got something nice going on here. A few figures stand out but I feel you should try and be more decisive with your strokes. Keep working on those proportions and also balance,
    because some figures feel like they're falling to the side.

    Other than that I'd suggest updating way more often to push yourself

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    Thank you, i have seen on some picture ex: dd016 et dd024

    I training gesture 30 sec but sometimes I exceeded the time

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    little draw still life
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    Wow, you are doing great. You are very observant and I love how you are really getting the hang of perspective. Tough stuff! Lively gestures and I also like the last still life drawing. Your patience to observe and do things well is going to get you so far. Keep having fun.

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    I Drawing the gesture draw for the training and to understand the flow physic. It sounds simple but it is simple is very complicated...

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    thank you for your comments and criticisms or even advice on movement etc. .. It would be a great help to me.

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    I really cant give you any critique, you're doing great stuff! There is great rhythm to your gestures, keep working out the general and then moving to the specific. Your figures have really good structure so try and incorporate that into the portrait.

    You know what that means, more portrait studies

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    Thank u rabdi. I ll study haed structure and portrait.

    Thank u for your comments and advices.

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    Good work so far, try to finish the sculp still life and do it slowly and progressively.. slow down if you feel you'r are drawing too fast, speed will come with time.

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    My scultp is dead, it was fall . But i trying to do that u told me.

    Study bean, gesture draw, drawing animal, i have tried to draw balin

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    I learn the tutorial proko step by step, wait and see.

    Thank you rabdi for your message. This will help me i think

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    Living model, basic structure, study bean and I start landmarks ..

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    -Work posture and landmark.
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    -Design work

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    Hello, by studying different drawing style I realized that there was more school. I found PROKO,Ron lemen had the same style suddenly I realized that this was the method of frank Reilly was their bases (I think).
    By against Hampton, and woodward villppu are diffferent in the gesture.

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    Thank you for your advice and comments

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    Study landmark
    Thank you for your comment and advice
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    work perspective:
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    The design is really difficult, no error...

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    Nice going with all the work. Keep it up!

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    So much great stuff! I need to dive into perspective basics asap.

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    Wow, great construction and perspective work!

    Keep up the good work!

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    thank you Rabdi to pass on my post !! I do my best .

    I study a little less human body to work the basic perspective. I realize that there is still some things I did not know and I think it is not finished. I bought the book scott robertson and Thomas Bertling How to draw, it is really good. I appreciate the theoretical part of the book because it explains things that there was not in the DVD # 1 Mr Robertson. If you are beginner in the drawing like me, take it.

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    hi good poses, especially at post 53. very well how you pull the line. dont fall into detailing while practicing poses

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    You're doing great! I really like seeing the progression, your work has really loosened up and become much more gestural. That is super important. Stay loose, look for the major forms and flow and focus on that. The details will come later. You're headed in a great direction. Stay the course!

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    Great updates man Lots of solid stuff, keep drawing and having fun!

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    Thank you

    Yuniken: Sympas have posted on my post I appreciate your words.

    Eric Elwell: Thanks for your encouragement. I try to go in a basic but good direction.

    Minella: thank you I like also designed for fun.

    Always study design
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    Study by Sybil mickaael angel. His gesture is impressive, he knew by heart the body. It's amazing .. A genius. I did in step 3. By applying the technique hatching.

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    Thank you for you comment and advice

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    Hey.

    You have a really good tendency to focus on your studies, and thanks to this, you seem to be refining your abilities at a rapid rate. Also, you are able to keep proportions in check, and do studies such as the one above, with a very good likeness, it's something some people really struggle with. (I know I do)

    Keep it up fefe! You are doing Great!

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    Your progress is enjoyable to watch.

    Have you noticed progress in how you draw figure from imagination from your studies? Have you been doing figure from memory and imagination? It's hard to tell from the studies above if there's anything from imagination. I suggest you draw from memory or imagination too in order to have landmarks for your progress.

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    Hey, thanks for the comment in my sketchbook. You have some good and solid studies here. The analytical sketch after Michelangelo is really good!

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