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    hey profil, i like your faces you have here. Some stuff i see wrong with your drawings is that your still not being loose, heh, your just hatching around the anatomy which makes your proportions really off. I'm not seeing alot of draw through, draw everything as shapes like cylinders as arms, legs, and neck. Draw the joints as circles so you can determine the proportions and directions of where the limbs will go. Play around with more line of action and draw from life, like drawing your little brother or going to the library drawing people reading. Other than that, keep studying the anatomy, and be very loose...you can never go wrong.

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    zao:
    yeah I totally agree, gotta quit those scratchy lines. And Im going to start draw more from life

    got new sketchbook, nice one this time. first drawing in it, you probaly notice wich face wich was based partly on life, loosley:
    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."

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    meh, my anatomy still sucks gotta work on it:
    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."

    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."

    the magazine, if you can see what that is, is fast from life, just trying to catch some volume with fast lines.

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    Hey, man, how's things going? To tired to write in english, sry people.


    Swedish: Wow, jag gick just igenom hela ditt galleri, profil, och det var mycket intressant måste jag säga.
    Otroligt vilken fart du har på tecknandet, det är väldigt bra att du håller uppe farten med skissandet. Det jag lite funderat på, som du förmodligen fått höra ett antal gånger tidigare, är att du kanske borde skissa lite mera liksom. Testa dra samma linje flera gånger tills du känt efter och ser vilken av linjerna som du anser är bäst. Till exempel så får du en rund cirkel att se mycket jämnare och vackrare ut om du drar cirkeln flera gånger om tills du funnit formen, så att säga. Jag sitter själv i liknande sits som du, jag är jämnårig med dig ungefär och älskar tecknandet, kul att det finns flera som börjar tidigt.
    Återigen grymma grejor, du har gjort stora framsteg. Nu ska jag ta och rita en sväng, du har inspirerat mig.

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    man tackar så mycket. Jo min linje kvalite och säkerhet suger, måste öva upp den, kanske är bättre med blyerts då men älskar kulspetspennan

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    Tigermilk: btw inspiring one to draw is one of the best things I can do so

    I do what I do and I do what I can and I do what I can.... sorry I didnt have anything to do while something else where loading:

    Arm studies anatomyloomis=
    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."
    supinator longus... brachialis anticus, triceps, deltoid, biceps, sorry just trying to remember.

    doodles:
    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."

    back arm: (loomis)
    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."
    deltoid, triceps long head, triceps outer head, palmaris longus.

    Pectoralis major(loomis):
    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."
    just the relaxed one. Gotta know where the muscle is being inserted

    Doodles:
    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."

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    Hey, Profil!

    The studies you did, especially the arm studies, are real killers, good work!
    An importent thing to do tho, when your drawing studies are to remember what you draw. Not just draw it and think, well, I hope I progressed just now. Tro to analys the picture and remember what parts of the body u just drew.
    Just a little tip, keep it flowing!

    Jag ser att du börjat skissa lite mera nu också, asbra!

    T

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    Hey,

    Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook!

    Cool sketches and works, man. Keep drawin and keep working on these, there's improvement to be made! I'd critique on less lines, think about the lines and see them mentally before you put them down, that's always a great help for me!

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    I like you latest anatomystudies! Your constantly progressing, man!
    Keep doing the anatomy-stuff and keep trying to transfer that into your non-referenced and outta your head stuff!

    I'll be checkin' in on ya!

    d-C

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    Very nice stuff ! keep on working on those anatomy studies, looks better per image...

    cheers !!

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    Weiii!

    Nice to see how you developed. Your getting better and better, this shows how much one can learn at such a short time.
    I really like how hard you work with your anatomy, this remindes me how much I have to work on it.

    Keep em' comin'

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    man, don't try to drow quantity, just to show your thread..
    try to understand everything that's going on there! How the mucle groups stick to the bone, how they move... everything!
    start drowing something bigger, and finish it! Your proportions are verry bad!


    If you can (have the possibility) try to drow after a model! You'll understand the volume much better!!


    cheers and good luck!

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    Do you have any loomis books or pdf files? Those would be great help. I agree with what people are saying about being loose. I still need to work on that myself. Remember that underneath all that skins are muscles and fat, and underneath that are bones. Look in the mirror and compare the arms to say your head and do a measurement that way, like 3 heads would equal your arm size, and half of the width of your head is your width of your arm....though i'm wrong i'm just using that as an example. This is the thought process when getting the proportions correct. Anyone correct me if I am wrong
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    Tigermilk: Yeah thats why Im trying to remember the names, to think more of what I am drawing. umm, I really gotta draw more.

    IanE: thanks, and I will try to think of that.

    dCept: thanks and yeah Im trying that.

    hurricane: I dont know what I would do without you.

    Pencilator: Im flatterd, but really I should really work harder, I draw redicouisly little.

    Icey: Ah dude those are just doodles when I dont have anything to do, but yeah I gotta spend more time on my drawings, oh I started life drawing today.

    Sok: I actually got loomis out printed, but I gotta study him more and those drawings. I gotta do that with arms and proportions and all like your saying.






    Meh, first life drawing session, going 1 time a week, it is 2 hours, but with the pause they have its just 90 min drawing. Poses (not in order posted dont remember) are like 2*5 2*10 and 1*15 then after the pause they reverse that so it is 1*15 2*10 2*5

    I think the drawings get better at the end:
    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."

    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."

    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."

    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."

    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."

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    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."

    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."

    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."


    first time ever.

    Edit: hahaha omg I seee how badly proportioned some are omfg. Oh well I mean please post tips how I should start the drawings?

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    damn, the first pose was like " well thats nice"... then compared to the last ones...you started to see the shapes there, inpressive, now do it again and again and again..

    a trick, try to tilt the pen so you shade with the broad side and then adjust it with the tip, and i would suggest use a pretty soft lead, like 4b or something and a hb for details and shade corrections...

    Block the shapes first, its very important to get the relation between them correct because if you dont one will see it instantly.. measure each shape against the next and think about the negative space... the emptyness around the modell, does it match your empty space in the drawing ?


    keep on rocking the nude sessions and you'll be wooping ass in no time!

    cheers !

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