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    Hey Stephan, thanks for your comment on my sketchbook. I just discovered yours and : WOW man, those figures they are so cool! i really want to be able to draw fluid figures like the one you're drawing. I don't have that fludity but working on it. Think i'm gonna try to draw some of your figures to understand how you draw each shapes of the body. Also loved your paintings on the 1st page , landscapes , faces , everything . I will follow your sketchbook you wait for new drawings / paintings. cheers
    My Sketchbook : Ladislas wants to improve ! sketchbook page (critique is welcome)
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    féfé73 Thank you, Féfé!

    eezacque@xs4all.nl Thanks for the input, it was a interesting discussion! Got a few new books in my shelf now

    ancientdrake Sure mate, this is a nice community. And I was lurking around way too long without posting. Thanks for the feedback and kind words!

    TheRedCow Thanks so much! I'm glad I found your SB too.

    LA10 Thank you Really like your SB too, looking forward to your new updates!

    My latest master-study went not so well... which means it sucks and is totally aweful and I better delete it from my disk. You wouldn't belive how much one can mess up a Bourgeau. But at least I wasn't completely unproductive this week. I did some animal studies for the new Spartan Camp and worked on some portrait sketches. I also go my hands on various color-tutorials. Maybe I'll post a few studies about that toppic during the next few days.

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    The animal gestures are looking really nice! I think you nailed them on gesture, structure as well as proportions. Keep them comin'!
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    dont fear and post we will only rip you haha.

    i love the pillows a ton man, i saw them some days ago and they really got stucked in my brain, such a good learning tecnique,
    also the horses are educative too.

    and about my last post in this SB i kinda missed a link, this was the link THE BOOK » Ryan Woodward | Thought of You | Official Site
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    Hi! Solid stuff man! We seem to have the same roots as where the passion comes from! I love the two guys on horses in your second post!
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    fantasyartist Thanks mate... I'll do it, here they come

    Buxu Thanks Buxu, what a great link. I remember that I saw his animated short on the lines-and-colors blog about one year ago. Pure magic!

    Gibier Thanks for the encouraging words! Don Quichotte and Sancho were fun to draw.

    More animals...

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    I REALLY, REEEALLLY dig your gesture drawings. They are absolutely GREAT! The way how each limb the body is clearly defined but also smoothly interlocking with the next form to unify the entire gesture is just so silky. Haha xD. One thing in mind, I think you should try doing extreme foreshortened figures, take posemaniacs as a source, for example.

    keep up the great work I really am in love with your work :].
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    Post #48 (boxes and sandbags) is very helpful! Going to try that soon! Thanks.
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    Hey Stephen, in my search to expand my knowledge of gesture drawing I came across these great articles and I thought you would be interested in them (if you haven't read them already):

    Animator Island » Perfect Posing ? 1 ? Listen to the character? and to physics
    Animator Island » Perfect Posing ? 2 ? Appealing and Readable
    Animator Island » Perfect Posing ? 3 ? One pose never comes alone
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    What a SB StephanDraws, /o\ wowww, I'm in love with everyting you do, really, specialy the lanscapesss.
    Hi, I'm on my way to be a better artist, please visit my sketchbook and help me with that!
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    Marlo Thanks, Marlo! I like the idea with the extreme foreshortened figures... I'll try that out. Wasn't there a site with photo references from animated anatomical figures in such poses?

    fantasyartist Thank you mate! The articles are helpful indeed. I didn't even know the site, very inspiring stuff!

    Sixten Cool... looking forward to see you sketches.

    ZakknArt Thanks for the encouraging words!!

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    Really good work !! Your gesture is exellent !! good portrait and character design !!
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    hm im really thinking in doing some studies of your stuff, they seem even more helpfull then reall humans since the info is all there super easy yo learn.
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