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    Obliterated and Updated, somewhat daily raids

    Hi.

    Im going to take my lazy ass of the bed and try to study things.
    i need to improve my drawing so i will update this thread every week.

    will start with quick studies.
    c & c are welcome.

    some hand studies. very quick.



    more hands.



    arm study



    anatomi study



    anatomi study 2



    something



    face study



    cloth



    thanks cya



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    Looking good. There's a lot of white space on your pages, fill them up.. draw bigger or draw more-- make use of the whole paper. Also, with your cloth studies, draw more of the cloth instead of a little piece, for example.. draw an entire shirt. The setup matters too, even draw the background, it's all part of the practice.

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    razuel : thanks for the crit and the comments. yeah i will remember that til next update, just started out with the studies.

    and here comes todays update:

    a quick hand, i did play with contrast.



    and here are some diffrent studies, quick ones



    tried a face and some eyes.



    a girl, aint happy with this one.



    more cloth.



    anatomi study. turned out quite good



    more anatomy



    thats all for this time, will update wednesday or thursday,

    hope ya like it.

    c & c most welcome

    cya



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    ok its been a unproductive week. been busy with other stuff.

    but here are the few pics ive made







    thats all for today.

    will be back next week.

    cya



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    ok, here comes some new stuff.
    some scetches, and such,

    here ya go:












    thats all for now.

    more to come


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    Great muscle and anatomy studie, keep em' flowing in

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    Hello. im back with a very poor utdate.
    but anyhow here they are..











    thats it for now, c & c are most welcome.

    got to draw more.

    cya

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    Very good muscle studies. The latest hands were good too, ´tho I think u should mark the bone structure more to get a better feel of tha hand, and besides, it's good practise. Try study the feet also. U got a book about the human anatomy, btw? If not; get one, read and make your own nots and studies, etc..

    Doing great, keep it up!

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    Tigermilk made a good point here.
    Test drawing the skeleton and then doing the same skeleton with muscles on it.

    And the bicep looks to pointy, but I don't know, maybe they look like that

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    Tigermilk: thank you, i will study feet till next time. your crit is very helpful.

    Pencilator: ok the bicep was odd anyway thank you

    and here are some new ones. c & c are wellcome

    a portrait of my girlfirend. speedpaint



    a portrait of a fella in school



    crappy hands



    bones





    thats all for this time, cya

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    hi there!

    my critique would be:

    1. keep doing anatomy studies

    2. dont draw yourself tired of doing studies, mix em into imaginery pieces...like, draw an orc but you do a muscle study while you do it, in that way you're practising imagination and drawing accurate muscles.

    3. break it down more (values) try to draw all the different values there is... the world isnt black and white... (oooh, poetic )

    4. draw draw draw draw draw draw draw draw draw!


    and you're on your way man, killer stuff so far, last posts are the best... like the guy flexing his shoulder/back towards us.. got something there!


    cheers man and keep on fighting!


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    Quote Originally Posted by hurricane
    hi there!

    my critique would be:

    1. keep doing anatomy studies

    2. dont draw yourself tired of doing studies, mix em into imaginery pieces...like, draw an orc but you do a muscle study while you do it, in that way you're practising imagination and drawing accurate muscles.

    3. break it down more (values) try to draw all the different values there is... the world isnt black and white... (oooh, poetic )

    4. draw draw draw draw draw draw draw draw draw!


    and you're on your way man, killer stuff so far, last posts are the best... like the guy flexing his shoulder/back towards us.. got something there!


    cheers man and keep on fighting!

    Hi thanks for the crits.
    yeah i wil ltry that . but right now i dont have any scanner so i dont know when i will be able to update again
    i will try to make an imaginary pic at the same time a do astudy of something :d sound fun. thanks



    MIKECORRIERO: thanks man, yeah i will do that, thanks for the help,
    and by the way, love your stuff
    thanks again,
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    Try to think of the figure as a whole, instead of concentrating on each part seperatly.

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    ok, i have not got a scanner for a long time
    this is all ive managed to do, its not much.
    hope to be more frequent in the near future.
    ok here comes the stuff..

























    thats all fot this time

    Rebecca: thanks for the advice.




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    really like those last ones with the dark shadows in them and the portraits are really good keep drawing and posting

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    Hey ya have some cool studies goin on here ( Im bad at thows) No crits from me thow hahaha, just keep it up



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    It's really good that you're training your anatomy skills, keep at it, you have improved a whole bunch since your first post here.
    As an advice: this bobybuilder guys look kinda nice, but try to draw some anatomystudies of 'normal' shaped people. Just avoid that all the people you draw will have this bodybuilder look. Keep at it man!

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    Your doing great.

    Don't have much crits. I think people have written some really good one's here, keep them in mind when you draw and this will be great
    I'd like to see more things coming from you, not just reffs.

    Keep on drawing

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    last update on july 6th?

    get cracking dude

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    the heads are looking good. you got some proportional issues on the 2nd page, so just keep practicing the anatomy, take your time on a couple studies really nailing down the proportions and shapes, then you can speed up your studies when u become more familiar with the subject

    good luck with school

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    Nice work, this one is my favourite.
    Try using the side of your pencil to get rid of that scratchy feel, and it's much quicker.
    Some imaginative stuff would be cool.
    Keep on at it, i don't do nearly enough anatomy work.
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    Good stuff man, really like that heads.
    Try to work on your values. And keep up with anatomy.
    Good luck and keep posting.

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    and here is 2 more skechtes
    and thats all for tonight. hope you like them.

    a dude:


    and another dude:





    Diego: thanks man, yeah i will keep posting, but i wont be able to update untill i get a scanner agian hope there is one at my school.

    cya laters

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    alright matey

    you have some nice studies.

    on the last one i with the guy stood in side profile, i think his head is a bit too big. the other on with the guy with the brick looks really good. good job with the heads in the post before too, some of them have character.

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    Wow you have improved a lot. I think you should do more faces at an angle. But be careful on them because I have notices that in some of your pieces their eyes on those particular pieces float a bit. Nice profiles and some very convincing use of shading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by masterpug
    Wow you have improved a lot. I think you should do more faces at an angle. But be careful on them because I have notices that in some of your pieces their eyes on those particular pieces float a bit. Nice profiles and some very convincing use of shading.
    ok, thanks, i have never thought about hte eyes that way
    but now i will try. i will also update tonight,
    cya

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    All right Waka, how's it going up there in Wolverhampton? Probably not quite as many fit birds as Sweden I'm guessing

    Pretty much what Hurricane said is what I was thinking. But I'm really impressed that you're putting so much effort into the studies. It's not that often you ssee people really pushing themselves to LEARN before throwing up a bunch of pictures of orcs and dragons around here. So good stuff.

    And you're showing real improvement even in this small selection. So great stuff, keep going keep going keep going

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    Oi
    this is the first time in 3 months i have acces to a scanner and all i had to scan right now was 2 model drawings.
    but since i now know where it is its gonna get more

    crits and comments are most welcome
    enjoy

    model drawing


    and another one

    much more fun then photos.

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirty_c
    All right Waka, how's it going up there in Wolverhampton? Probably not quite as many fit birds as Sweden I'm guessing

    Pretty much what Hurricane said is what I was thinking. But I'm really impressed that you're putting so much effort into the studies. It's not that often you ssee people really pushing themselves to LEARN before throwing up a bunch of pictures of orcs and dragons around here. So good stuff.

    And you're showing real improvement even in this small selection. So great stuff, keep going keep going keep going
    heh, sorry for replying a month later :F
    yeah its going well here i n wolves, and there are lots of birds here
    thanks for the crits.
    hows london?

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    hi, thank u for visit my sketchbook!
    I see u make good studies, but be careful about symetrie! The muscles look sometimes a bit odd. Before you draw the finished figure, make a structure onm which you can build it up. And the rest id drawing, drawing drawing
    Keep it up!

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