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    K, some quick stuff before I get back to it.

    WIP from ref
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    And, just random stuff, trying to just draw w/e onto one big page layout, like wes900's awesome drawings
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    Hey, yeah its tough to learn, thats why I have about 50 pagesof heads, haha. But once you get the basic planes down, even just a stright on shot, thats all you need and then you can turn the head in any direction. Of course its a little more difficult than that but it makes certain angles just make more sense. Looking at Gabo's work in that area helps too. He does a great job with the planes of the head.
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    Thanks again for the reply and the link, I'm going to look throgh all fo his stuff, and learn what I can from it.

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    K, this guys face rendered. I am pretty happy with this, I didn't use any reference. Only thing that bugs me is a the filter on the side arghh, o well

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    Hey Sanby,
    Nice work, the ref'd stuff is looking much better nice values and shading, forms are also looking fine. Great life session piece - probably one of your best drawings I've seen so far. I can see that applying anatomy and shading studies to your own concepts is still a bit of a problem but it's gonna get better with time. Just have to practice it.

    Don't get discouraged by lack of replies - people are always watching esp. the threads that update often and which show dedication, but sometimes they just don't have anything to say. Just keep doing your work and eventually the replies will come.

    Keep up the good work mate

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    I did this yesterday but didn't have time to post. IT is a page of hands, if you can't tell, done with ref.

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    More hands. Worked on heavy foreshortening.

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    Your are doing good progress here, the life studye of that
    woman siting on january 29, has some nice flow
    on the interlocking of shading shapes, and a good sence
    of bulk, it shows tons of potencial!! keep doing those!

    In the hands you just made, try to think of them as geometrical
    objets in prespective, start using a cubic prismas, of diferent
    shapes to depic the posicion of the fingers, and palm in the space,
    dont copy just the outline, force your brain to think in 3D,
    aside that, a good way to know if you are getting the proporcions
    right is checkng the negative spaces surroding the
    hands, check this thread at SOFA:
    http://www.tsofa.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=253

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    Quick, before I go to bed. Done with a ref shot from Troy. It doesn't look like Brad Pitt, at least I don't think it does. But, I am proud of it, it was fun, but after scanning it, looking at it, flipping it and looking some more, I think I might go back because a few areas bug me, mainly, the left side of his helmet, comes way to far out and looks demented.

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    K sorry for the shitty pictures, but I am not even going to pretend that I'll get better ones wup, cause I won't. These are from another life drawing session. Plus I found out the guy that own the place is starting a an instructed class, so I am super stoked cause I think it's gonna help a lot. If anyone is in the Toronto area, check out Sketch Studios, they are starting a class that is for people who want to learn to draw out of thr heads

    15 min I think
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    10 or 15 min
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    I think 3 min
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    Hey, those are some nice figure drawings. YEah the picture is a bit dark but the poses ou drew are good. The last couple are a little bit wonky but above those the figures are pretty nice and they are hard poses with the twist of the torso. I lke your brad Pitt too, pretty cool.

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    Thanks bud. the last couple were fairly near the begining of the session so I was still warming up to it Plus it was a quick sketch session, and I had never tried to sketch anything like that, in 2 min. I still need a lot of work on it, to get things down quickly. Btw, I've been checking your sketchbook regularly, and it's a constant source of inspiration.

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    Sanby - Sheridan Portfolio stuff, I need Help!
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    Sanby - Sheridan Portfolio stuff, I need Help!

    Don't feel like talking right, I just want to know if their is something I can do to keep my pencil sketches from smudging, and consequentely getting blurred when they are in my sketchbook?

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    Heya. Thread is looking great btw. I always enjoy seeing progress in action.

    As far as the smudging goes, you could spritz things with a bit of fixative once you get home etc, but that tends to smell fairly awfull. While the smell fades, I imagine over time it would really build up in a sketchbook. Another option is to put tracing paper, glassine, or transparent vellum etc in between pages. That helps quite a bit. A third option, my favorite, is to take things out of the notebook as soon as they're done and store them properly. You don't get to have that cool bound sketchbook thing going on then, but it's safer.

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    hi sanby!

    i read all the post from the beginning to the end (but did skim read thru some of them....hahahaha)....it was like a journey of your artistic learning, I can see that you've made a MASSIVE improvement in your drawing skills...KEEP IT UP!....

    by the way...i also read that no 1 has replied to your 3D question yet or given you anything on 3D...you dont HAVE to know how to draw to model 3D stuff (although it WILL help....cos i have some friends that don't know the first thing about drawing but CAN model pretty decent stuff) hehehehe

    anyways...if you are still interested in the 3D thing i'd say look in the 3D department in the other forums....they're excellent!

    erm....i've done 3D myself too ..blah blah blah

    heres some examples some of my 3D stuff ....not impressive but its just some pics i found sitting in my hard drive.....YIKES!

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    Sanby - Sheridan Portfolio stuff, I need Help!

    the next one went really wrong....and so i didnt finish it...never will!

    Sanby - Sheridan Portfolio stuff, I need Help!

    anyways....hope they inspire or something????....well yeah....i guess not...hahahahaha

    good luck with the rest of the drawing thing!...keep at it!

    p.s. after you've seen the pics..i'll take them off...cos i dont know if i'm allowed to put my stuff up.....
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