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    the last one has no neck... and the head is too small...
    the gestures next to it are much much better - you shoulddo more of those!

     

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    very nice studies, bottom right gesture on the last piece is great...

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    Icey:Yeah, I have a bad problem of making necks disappear... I'll try to keep that in mind next time I draw a figure.
    TASart:Thanks, I'll have to check out your sketchbook one day when I have time.

    I really wish I had more time to draw... life is too hectic sometimes. Here are some loomis studies

    hands

    completely weird and random attempt at a concept


     

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    Sorry I haven't posted in so long... long story, but my computer wasn't working for a few days.Here are some drawings:

    drapery gestures

    loomis study, I'm not very satisfied with it because it looks very stiff and mechanical


     

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    Just some gestures of loomis figs and some from life, nothing special but i guess it's better than nothing.


     

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    those studies are great.

    hmmm.. for your little concept thingamabob. i thought it would be funny if the rabbit said "woa! slow down!"

    anyways. keep on truckin.

     

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    MisterJC:Thanks. Yeah, the rabbit really should watch out for the dangerous speeds that snail can attain
    Here is a weird monster and a loomis figure, the monster was just a quick sketch thingy. I'm pretty satisfied with the way the loomis figure came out, too.


     

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    Here are some sketches of weird stuff I did today


     

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    Yes, very nice studies indeed. And a very classic look too. Good hands. Please keep posting.

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    Jacobsteel: thanks for stopping by

    I'm pretty happy with the way these came out, I started them as gestures and developed them from there. I think I should work on that method more often.


     

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    Monsters The one on the left is ispired by a shark from the undersea creature ref thread, the other I kind of thought of when I looked at a picture of a geisha girl. (The spots on the head are not eyes.)


     

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    Howdy there, Dan!

    The figures and hands are looking better and better! Your hard work is really showings, so don't stop and keep drawing!

    I've noticed most of your figures are standing, have you drawn or plan to draw any seated or other positioned figures, or are you just kinda going along with a Loomis book?

    Looking forward to some more updates!

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    The one on top is a value shape study I did according to a book I have, the bottoms are from the loomis book.


     

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    Theres no doubt you are doing
    huge improvment very fast,
    Im likeing the last updates, your are
    getting rid of your stiffness with no problems
    (that is something im working on he he)
    good studies, ill be around!!

     

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    Sorry for being lazy! I've been sick the past few days... felt like absolute crap... I'll be drawing regularly again from now on =p

    Here are some hand gestures


    As an interesting bonus since I haven't posted in a while, I thought I would post some CRAPPY drawings I did about two years ago. I found these when I had to install my old hard drive. I guess it's always funny to see how you've progressed.

    I can only cringe when I look at these



    and finally, the cream of the crap


    I hope those didn't blind anyone @_@

     

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    ahhh my GOD!! get out of my head....
    I know the feeling as well =T

    are those hand gestures from life? they looking nice.

     

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    Bah, I felt like everything I drew today sucked... but I guess you have to show your failures as well as successes... otherwise you won't improve
    crappy loomis figure... I feel up to completely redoing this one


     

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    excellent! one of my favorite things to see in sketchbooks is progress, and you've got it aplenty! keep it up! i used an exclamation point after every sentence! omg!

     

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    Just a monster I came up with, don't ask me what it's supposed to be


     

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    Hi Dan,
    This is my first time looking at you sketchbook. I have to say that I'm really impressed with the progress you have made on your figures from the start of the thread to the last post. You seem to have improved your sense or proportion a lot. Also, you have a good eye for catching the important details that give the pose life, which is something I continually struggle with. Also, your hands are really inspiring. I am going to have to start doing a lot more hand studies like these.

    Keep it up!

    Leslie

     

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    leslief: Thank you for the kind words, I will keep checking you sketchbook

    Loomis fig, I just had to re-do it, I wasn't satisfied with the previous version

    More hand gestures, I am pretty happy with these



     

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    Something to crit

    This week is Critique Week... and then you post.

    How can you post when there's nothing to critizise on the whole sketchbook? You shouldn't have posted, so I would not have to give you many words of great admiration about your skill (which is amazing, and even more so in a 16 year old)!

    You shouldn't have posted! The moderators will be pissed off!

    WAY TO GO!!!

    Last edited by Wes Mordine; March 12th, 2005 at 01:48 AM. Reason: adding to an idea
     

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    Dan,
    The redone study of the woman turn out much better than the first try. You are able to capture the movement of the figure, even the twisting torso, well!
    I wanted to suggest some things you could try and do to further your drawings as a whole, not so much in regards to anatomy, etc. You seem to tend to outline the whole figure (a trap I commonly fall into). This tends to flatten the image to the page, fighing the good work you have done to portray the volume of the forms. You might want to consider being more careful with this outside contour, letting it open up and breathe in some place, making it harder in other places(flexing muscles, weight bearing points). This Raphael drawing illustrates what I am talking about.

    Keep up the good work!

     

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    Wes Mordine: Thanks alot for the comments! Crit week? It doesn't say anything about posting, just says we should write longer crits more often this week

    Leslief: Thank you for pointing that out! I really need to work on my line weight. that suggestion is really helpful.

    Here are some hands and a loomis figure


     

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    Argh... *kicks self for not posting in so long* I should have done more drawings over spring break, but I'm lazy and have had alot of things going on /end of making excuses. Here are some hands and some studies of a male figure





     

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    Dude, you are progressing soooo much and nailing the Loomis style/Technique... And I love the old shitty dwg posting "cream of the crap" lol...

     

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    Thumbs up

    This really looks good. keep it up.
    Like your hand drawings

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    Very impressive!

    Makes me want to dust off the old loomis book myself.

     

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    Thank you all for the comments, here are some more hands, I feel like I'm getting into the swing of drawing again


     

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    Meh, here is my first attempt at painting traditionally, it is done in coffee (Yes, coffee! You get pretty desperate when you have exspensive brushes laying around and no paint!)

    and a rather boring hand



     

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