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    Emily Kane aka BunnyHugger

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    Hey nice to see you start up your own sketchbook, hope to see some more of your work!
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    My dog is not a good "still" life model

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    I kinda like the last one -- might do it in acrylics

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    Hi Bunnyhugger,

    Off to a good start, it looks like you're enjoying the process and you're not frightened to give difficult poses and subjects a go. I'd say that the sketches of your dog are definitely the strongest drawings so far. If you're able to so more of those drawings from life and just FILL as much of the paper as you can I imagine you'll learn a lot. (And they'll also look very nice )

    With the other drawings, its great to see lots of colour and experimenting though some of the creatures are showing issues with proportions and construction. There's also a bit of empty spaces in the page and I feel like looking into thumbnails or composition in general can help you make the most of all the page. Either way, keep on exploring with ideas and definitely keep on drawing. At this point, the more the better!
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    I like your ideas and the whimsical colors.
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    You're very ambitious with your figures :>, but I would recommend doing a little muscle tracings if you want to memorize some anatomy. If you want to go more in depth with muscles and stuff, Proko has a playlist on youtube for it. The first thing I saw in both in the centaur guy and you're recent post is that the chest muscles that you're drawing aren't inserting or going into the right place. It should be going towards the shoulder muscle.

    I would watch until 7:30 or more to see how to trace < 3. If you don't have a tablet to draw with, you could print out a picture of a figure and trace it with pen or you could use your mouse on the default paint program, but it will be much harder to draw lines and there's an undo button.
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    Dogs are definately not reliable still life models! Even when they're sleeping they move at the most inoppurtune times, and then revert to their original position when youve started the new drawing, for further insult haha

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    That sphinx is experiencing some major whiplash.

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