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    Quick update. Warming up this morning with these Gestures.

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    Oh Snaps, these gestures are really awesome, nice grace and rythem to them. You definitly have an eye for seeing. Keep posting please. I wish your portraits had a little more contrast to them, still very good non the less. Please keep posting

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    HOLY CRAP MAN, i go to the same life drwaing class...
    i go on Fridays, but this past friday i couldnt attend, so im going tmr. Hope to see u there.. gimme some info, so i know who u are

    Um, u can probably download the Vilppu from torrents?
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    nehow. probably ill see u tmr
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    Ok man, DBS backpack + black portfolio + jeans + winter jacket + either black hat or maybe not. and hopefully my portrait below looks enough like me you may actually recognixe me.

    Darktwin: I'm glad you like the gestures, they are what I am really focusing on right now.

    Here are a couple more pages of gestures. I am starting to get a feel for these, and they are actually a lot of fun.
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    And this was my final project for my art class. There is a lot that I am happy about and a lot that I am really not happy about. Sorry for the poor scan, it's too big to do in one shot. I want to hopefully take a quality picture of it sometime, but for now this will have to do.

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    Oh man that last piece... wow, I'd kill to have somethign like that in my portfolio. Only problem i see is that, the faces are all one emotion, if you varied it maybe it wouldve rocked harde, heh.
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    Yeah that last one kill's. Love the Contrast.

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    Taj: Thanks a lot, I'm glad your impressed. I agree it probably would have been more interesting with different expressions. I did actually have that in mind, butI am not sure exactly why I decided against it.

    Warmaster: Thanks a lot, I appreciate it.

    Two quick pages of more gestures. Done from ref, except the ones done in pen, those are from my head.

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    yah, wish to have something like that in my portfolio

    u really do cool stuff at ur art class.
    Keep pluggin, love the progress u had in this Thread. And also ur progress for the self portraits. couldnt come on the sundayz life drawings neither of the first two :/ but did the last one at night, hope to see u some day around eh??

    Um, by the way, Friday is PA day in my skool, me and green are goin out for drawing, painting a church, and then, well haed to the life plug after. If ud like to come, , pm me
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    Sanby - Sheridan Portfolio stuff, I need Help!
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    Ok, out of all the figure drawing in my sketchbook, I need to pick 3 to put into my Animation portfolio. Any suggestions? I have one more lifedrawing session before my portfolio is due.

    Heroic: I'm glad you like that. I just don't know how to put it into my portfolio because it is pretty long, and I am thinking of putting everything into a book. We definitely have to hook up sometime to sketch. Are you mailing your portfolio in, or driving it in?

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    whoa man. I just wanted to say, that read the thread from page 1 to here and all i can say is god job man. You have come a really long way
    n5h8jn.jpg look kickass.

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    Inkfish : Thanks a lot man. It's always nice to hear that people are impressed

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    Ok, ladies and germs, it's been too long. Just a random batch of stuff, as I attempt to sketch up a storm.

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    Dood, great updates. THe hand studies are sweet. And the sp that u did in markers is pretty cool. i like it. just the space b/w the lips and nose is too much :/
    i should also do some stuff in blue and red crayons too. they come out really nice on paper.

    Im goin there, i mean, we me, and sirgreensock,we are goin on saturday to hand in the portfolios.
    And like, D00d, we are goin to the sunday long pose study one. then after well be heading for Subway sketchgroup./ and after home

    So, tell me wts ur plan for sunday and stuff. also about the portfolio too, u are driving it there?. PM me
    GO crazy on the portfolio pieces, good luck
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    Heroic: Good to hear form you again. The red and blue that I use are actually either Faber-Castell Pencil Crayons, or Prismacolour Col-Erase. The Faber-Castell's I use for Life-drawing, they are really soft and smooth. I just got into the habit after a teacher got me using them. The Col-erase, I had to try cause Phuzion uses them, and well, it's Phuzion. I can show you on sunday if you want.

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    Quickie update before I get cracking on portfolio stuff.
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    Sanby - Sheridan Portfolio stuff, I need Help!

    Should I be erasing the red under drawing or leaving it in? This is for my Sheridan animation portfolio. And after scanning it in, I am noticing a bunch of anatomical problems, I have to go in and correct.

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    Hey Sanby!
    Great meeting you today!
    The progress you've made in this sketchbook is great, your portfolio(s) are really coming along well. Its been said before, but that large self portrait series drawing you did is really great! How large is it?
    Hand drawings look good, I'd leave the red, shows the understructure well. Maybe work on the hand on the right to suggest more features like the knuckles on the hand.
    Good luck with your portfolios! See you on Saturday when were handing em in!
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    Hey cool. the subway sketches! I think I recognize Heroic in one of em, good stuff! THey seem a bit too light though, but that could be the scan.
    What kinda pen was the tiger done with, loks nice!
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    Yeah man, I was using Heroic's Ballpoint pen on the Subway, but I tend to draw without a lot of pressure, so I don't get a nice line. I went out and bought one of those Pilot G-Tec-C4 Pens, and it works great. That's what I did the tiger with. It suits my drawing much better, I get a cleaner line. Now I just need to learn how to control my damn arm.

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    hey bud. really digging your progress. And the quality of your lines have definitely improved. Keep on truckin brudda!! or rather doodlin! Waitin to see your next update. dont keep me waiting too long.
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    your gestures and lifedrawings are great ! Keep working on your faces & proportions (things sometimes get skewed, but I guess you already know).
    Good work on the hands too !

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    Mowgz: Thanks man, I appreciate the compliment. Here is your update.

    NightVision: Thanks for the C&C You are bang on about things getting skewed. I find it frusterating. I need to take more time to step back from my work and look at it as a whole, and also mirror it. I find I get tunnel vision a lose site of the whole and thats when things go down hill.

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    Sanby - Sheridan Portfolio stuff, I need Help!
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    Don't feel like talking right now, but I do want to say, that the eye and head studies are based off of some pages done by Phuzion. I just wanted to give him credit. Go check out his sketchbook, it kicks ass.

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    Hey Sanby, how the april fools wait going for you?
    Cool gestures, would wanna see the horseman one finished! Judging from the rough work, I'd say that you're not payng enough attention to the stucture of the torso while building up the form. Youre building up the limbs quite a bit, but are ignoring the pelvis and ribcage (both of which i just recently started looking at as well )
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    Quote Originally Posted by SirGreenSock
    Hey Sanby, how the april fools wait going for you?
    Cool gestures, would wanna see the horseman one finished! Judging from the rough work, I'd say that you're not payng enough attention to the stucture of the torso while building up the form. Youre building up the limbs quite a bit, but are ignoring the pelvis and ribcage (both of which i just recently started looking at as well )
    Hey man, can you point out what you mean when you say I'm not building up the structure of the torso? Thanks for the critique BTW, I appreciate comments like yours.

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    Basically what i mean is, especially in the 3/4 views, the torsos seem flat, like you didnt fully consider the volume and weight of the ribcage, the pelvis and the shoulders and hips fully in the structure, or at least not as fully as you do for the extremities.
    Here are some examples of how Loomis builds up the figure if you havent seen/considered it already. If its still unclear I'll try and do a paintover to explain. Fineart.sk might not allow direct linking, so if they dont show click the red x's for links to the page
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    I am kind of starting to warm up to this creature design thing. Anyway, one before bed. I'm hoping to get more into the swing of this before the workshop, so I can really learn a ton in Montreal.

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    Hehe great dragon-hippo and scrotum-purse thing!
    On your creature designs I'd say you need to incorporate more interesting shapes and hints at anatomy, even random bone and muscle formations, just to give more weight and belieavability to them.
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