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    References materials? Skulls, anatomy figures? Other stuff

    Hey all,

    What do you guys use for reference besides live people and objects around the house?

    I been considering buying some stuff off amazon but not sure of the quality.

    I know a lot of you guys use stuff along the lines of

    Thank you
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    Depends on what you're after. I just want correct idealized proportions so I have one of these
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    Hey. You can take a look at my two websites (in the Signature).

    One is a shop where I sell plaster casts and the other is my blog for classical art training at home with restricted means.
    My website for learning traditional fine art on your own! --- Derived from THIS thread at
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    drawing casts (geometric shapes, anatomical casts, skull), tutorials on Bargue drawing and cast drawing, Willow Charcoal, free drawing exercises
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