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    figures

    hello those are two sketches i did
    plz c&c
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    [IMG][/IMG]
    plz say somethin i need to improve

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    great start. it's good that you are working on this. here's what i suggest...it seems from here (obviously i can't see what reference or model you are working from) that you proportions are off.

    here are a few excercises i suggest

    1) draw from photos that are upside down
    2) do timed sketches...give yourself 5 mins,10,15,30,45,60 minutes to do a drawing. work your way up through the time
    3) don't worry about tightening up your work so quickly, it's more important at this stage to capture the emotion of the figure

    but keep it up, you've def got some talent - it just needs refined.

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    thank u but plz be more specific i need to improve but i dont know how each of those drawings i took about an hour on
    plz help me am really frustrated

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    just draw more than you ever have before. spend at *least* an hour drawing a day. the old saying is 'you've got 10,000 bad drawings in you...it's better to get them out of the way first thing, then you can draw something good.'

    use the exercises i have suggested and draw till your arm hurts. it's the only way to get better. at this point i don't feel it would be constructive to crit each sketch.

    if you want an excellent resource, the book "the natural way to draw" by nicolaiedese (i butchered the last name...but i can't find my copy right now) is an excellent drawing resource that has an actual 'workout' plan for students. old school teacher, great results though.

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    Talking

    learn anatomy
    and learn about
    :::: perspective
    :::: foreshortening
    :::: symmetrie
    :::: dynamic
    :::: vanishing points

    get a book about anatomy : bourne hogarth is really good *he dont draw skin he only draw muscles - which is good visualisation*


    check my tutorial in my sketchybook
    ..evrything u wanna draw is placed in space..
    what u need to know to place it right.. is : know form shape and volume
    draw a simple cube.. this is ur form volume and shape...
    try subdevide a body into easy geometrie.. a body are cylinders and cubes.. maybe some complexer cubes but .. still cubes

    pm me or leav a message in my sketchybook if u need more help



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    omarpac,

    We could all use improvement, but for a beginner you have a very distinctive style to your drawings. The muscular man who is facing the viewer is especially interesting. Your lights, darks & mid-tones are already better than most beginners. Keep drawing. We would love to see you develop.

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    thank u very much for ur compliments i will update soon

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