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    Quote Originally Posted by edgarej View Post
    those head rotation studies are awesome. Did you use reference for those?
    This is copy from video guide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaponsh View Post
    I love the hand studies! you have an awesome coloring style
    This is Sinix Design style.


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    Random animu girl. Someone asked me to copy this art and i did it. I didn't understand that he mean "draw something with her" and just made a copy.
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    Just study of Zarya. NOT TRACED!
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    It's a pretty boring and repetitive huge resolution stuff. I didn't saw anything creative honestly. Keep on going.

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    I think they're really cool attentive studies, you're getting a good hang of anatomy, it would be cool to see you do something with them in pictures. keep going dude

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    Quote Originally Posted by LtPlissken View Post
    It's a pretty boring and repetitive huge resolution stuff. I didn't saw anything creative honestly. Keep on going.
    I should remember how do draw every muscle from imagination. It will took at least 7-10 studies for each one.
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    I think they're really cool attentive studies, you're getting a good hang of anatomy, it would be cool to see you do something with them in pictures. keep going dude
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    I think that your shapes are relatively good but your lines are jagged and not continuous if that makes sense. Try to draw lines in one flow, I have this same issue and trying to improve. Either way I like that you are persistent and have a great update schedule and habit, keep up with the great work I will try to follow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LtPlissken View Post
    I think that your shapes are relatively good but your lines are jagged and not continuous if that makes sense. Try to draw lines in one flow, I have this same issue and trying to improve. Either way I like that you are persistent and have a great update schedule and habit, keep up with the great work I will try to follow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LtPlissken View Post
    Try to draw lines in one flow
    Or this?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgJ-MJQjeAI

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    These ink studies are really fun to see.

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    Awesome sketchbook, very high quality anatomy studies, especially the arm anatomy studies on the second page. Was really useful to go through your studies and refresh for myself some of the wrapping lines and the simplified version of how the muscles attach, really nice work. It's really good to see you are now also doing anatomy from life, I highly recommend you try to keep doing that on a weekly basis and never stop doing that, it will really help improving some other issues you currently have with drawing people, which mostly revolve around correct proportions between the different body parts. But with the studies you are doing you will improve insanely quick. For the drawing of Zarya it would be really good if you use lineweight, the drawing becomes very hard to read because there are so many lines and they're all the same thickness so they're all on the same level and have the same importance. Lines that are in front of other lines should be thicker to show that theyre closer to the viewer, for instance if you had made the lines of the gun thicker, especially where it overlaps her body the image would've already been so much easier to read. Awesome work in here! Looking forward to seeing more.

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