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    schnikkoletta's sketchbook

    Hi!
    Yes, I'm new here, so I'll try to introduce myself at first: I'm a 26 years old "girl". I've studied art and graphic design... hmmm, I think a lot more graphic than art I really love to draw but somehow I haven't draw for the last two years (don't ask why, I don't know). Now I want to re-start. So I try to make me a sketchbook here at CA and it would be very beautiful if you can give me some feetback!!!
    First I'll post some older works. In a couple of days I think I'll have some newer works to post... I wonder how it works after all that time not drawing

    So let's start. These are some sketches from my university figurdrawing class (2001-2002)






















    I hope this isn't too much...
    And how I said: I'm very open for crits!

    Oh, and sorry, if my english is a bit bad... maybe you can teach me in that, too


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    pretty good, proportions like fine, like to see your new stuff.

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    Nice. Seems like the shoulders are a little stiff in a few of them - I think setting the gesture line of the figure differently would have helped. Don't be afraid to post your new stuff, even if you feel out of practice. I'd love to see it!

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    Hi! Thank you two for the reply

    here are a few more of the older...














    and here some newer I did in the last days, studying Hogarth... (i think they are much better because they've much more action, I'll try to add some of this action in my own ones.. oh, and I'll try to keep the gesture line in mind ;-))









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