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    Thanks for the advice (again)! I did a lot of research on anatomy, etc. and was following the Rule of 3 P's (Practice, Practice, Practice). Probably I'd be a little better now if not for the fact that I moved 2 times since then, started learning programming and enrolled to college again... Well, nobody said life was supposed to be easy


    You're welcome ! Do what you have to do man, just don't give up on pursuing your passion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fantasyartist View Post
    You're welcome ! Do what you have to do man, just don't give up on pursuing your passion.
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    Some of the today's scribbles. I'm so bad when it comes to drawing dynamic poses! Instead of putting the lines carefully I just want to do it fast, and without giving it too much thought, as if I was dancing myself... How do you people focus on anatomy in such moments?
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    Some of the today's scribbles. I'm so bad when it comes to drawing dynamic poses! Instead of putting the lines carefully I just want to do it fast, and without giving it too much thought, as if I was dancing myself... How do you people focus on anatomy in such moments?
    You should focus on capturing the movements first and then refining the anatomy. Of course you can't completely neglect it otherwise your drawing will most likely fall apart, it just shouldn't be your primary concern.

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    After exploring a lot of dynamic poses I decided to analyse some standing poses today. There is a lot of individuality to be found in them, which should be considered when posing your own characters. How does that particular character stand?

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    ROAD TO LEVEL 7.

    I am ecstatic about finding Quickpose. It has become a daily exercise and challenge to do this for 30 mins- 2 hours a day.

    So far I have been sticking to 20 images for 90 seconds between each study. Dating and numbering the exercises so I can go back through and track what I have done. This is amazing and I would like to thank the creator or creators who made this site.

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    These archery poses are challenging but fun to explore. For me, the real challenge in doing gesture drawings is to not be concerned with making a good drawing. Instead, the focus should be on experiencing the flow of energy through the body and understanding how the body is functioning to perform a particular action. Why are you seeing what you’re seeing? This understanding will enable you to draw believable poses from imagination.

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    More fun with archery poses! I started to notice certain patterns. Like the rhythms of the arms are mostly the same from every angle, which has to do with how the arms need to function in order to shoot the arrow.

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