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    Graph learns anatomy - and life drawings

    Here, I'll be posting parts of my daily dosage of quick poses as well as my progress through Loomis. Starting with femme fatale day on quickposes.
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    I know the photos are bad, I should have access to a scanner soon.
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    Some coffee shop heads
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    More content, Quickposes.
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    Just another sample
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    No reference drawings after a self examination of my torso(Left), and quickposes on the next page.
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    These images are so big I can't see them very well on my screen Can you resize them through the attachment manager, please?

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    How do I do that?

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    If you can go into the advanced version of your post (when you edit it), you can double-click on the image and a window should pop up that'll let you choose a different size for displaying in the post. Or if you haven't added them inline into a post, you can go into the attachment manager, select what you want to put in the post, and then find the 'insert inline' button at the bottom of the window.

    Hope that helps!

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    Trying to re-learn perspective. Left car is first attempt(1), Right is second(2)
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    Nice work so far, I'm looking forward to see your progress! In your quickposes sketches, it might be helpful to take note of the negative space as well as the figure.

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    Thanks! working on it. In the meantime, two more figure sketches, albeit a bit longer.
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    The head I did following a YouTube video on the Reilly method + 2 more quickposes
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    The Reilly Method is great; I enjoy that is all about the rhythm of the body as shapes flow into each other.

    These are getting better, but remember to loosen up; it will add vitality to your drawings, and personality.

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    You've got some really energetic lines here! Might want to pay some closer attention to the form of the joints of your figures, like elbows and knees. They're actually pretty thick if you look at them closely.

    Keep it up!

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