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    The Furnace (NSFW)

    Gonna keep it simple. I'm here to learn. I love drawing and I spend pretty much all my free time sketching. I work digitally in photoshop on my wacom. In a few years I want to look back at these first drawings and be blown away by my own progress.

    All you need to know:

    1. Don't hold back! Turn up the heat!
    2. I'm always open to suggestions.
    3. I want to hear your feedback.


    That's it.
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    Right now I'm studying construction. Trying to understand my subjects from the inside out. I have a hard time 'seeing' when my proportions are off so I'm focusing on doing that better.
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    More to come
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    Looks neat so far. I'd say focus less on the wire frames / stick figures and more on drawing what you see, accurately. There's nothing wrong with understanding the structural aspect of your subjects, but it doesn't look like you're really getting anything out of it save for page filler.

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    @MattyT - Thanks for the advice!
    Still working on drawing forms and good proportions. Sometimes I draw things way off but I don't notice until way later.
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    Trying to be more stylistic with these. Also sketching them quicker to get a feel for drawing more naturally.
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    I really tried to push the style of the last few sets. I took some of my favorite cartoons and attempted to apply those style to my sketches. My favorite was definitely the animaniacs' style. I'm finished up with this set of studies and I met my goals with it. I'm probably going to start the Proko anatomy course next. It's time to get better at drawing figures!
    'Til death do we art.

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    These need line weight, you are in lvl up, watch that line video there and you know what I mean its drawing 1.1+ I think you should slow down bit as your drawings are bit off structurally http://drawabox.com/

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    I think you need to vary your line weight, and sharpen your implement.
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