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    Niezle, ciesze sie ze jestes nadal aktywny. Update'y sa regularne a to sie chwali, efekty twojej pracy juz widac. Co do studioow to rzeczywiscie moga byc nudnawe i pewnie nie bedziesz mial tyle odpowidzi na nie jak na inne rysunki ale i tak trzeba je robic. Mysle ze to wazna czesc nauki.
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    whoami - mam książki Loomisa w formie elektronicznej. Najprzydatniejsze fragmenty wydrukowałem więc wygodnie jest z tego korzystać . Dzięki za komentarz.

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    thirdeye - oczywiście będe robił dalej studia anatomii, perspektywy itd. Być może jednak powinienem tu tylko same wyczesane prace podsyłać.

    I haven't posted for few days beacause I make website with my gallery and it takes lots of time. It's still unfinished. Meanwhile I made with ballpen some quick gestures.

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    No. 112 - I started drawing wooden mannikin from imagination and noticed that it's much easier and faster to draw figure by constructing it from seperate and quite simple elements. While drawing I can always distort them to make the pose more dynamic. It's not a very big discovery but I didn't like to draw those Loomis' mannikins with very thin legs. It's more comfourtable when limbs have some volume. In the middle of process I can always convert some parts into more anatomically correct body.
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    Farvus' Imaginarium

    No. 113 - My practice on drawing faces. These are done with soft pencil from some photos.
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    Today everything from imagination and improvisation.

    No. 114 - Doodles.
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    No. 115 - Some anatomy studies.
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    There is a lot of improvement evident here. The last 3-4 updates especially look good. The faces and anatomy studies are especially strong. Did you use ref for the anatomy studies?
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    coming along nicely man !!!!!!
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    SirGreenSock - thanks! These anatomy studies are from Burne Hogarth's "Dynamic figure drawing"
    liam.c - thanks man!

    I'm too tired for refined drawings so today posted some fast & random SF stuff.

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    Farvus' Imaginarium

    No. 117 - All from imagination. On the top there is thumbnail sketch for my E.O.W - Fungal Tunnel.
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    My EOW entry - Fungal Tunnel.

    No. 118 - Another studies from Hogarth's "Dynamic figure drawing".
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    awsome to see another hogarth fan!! he is the man. Brigman is not worthy of kissing his feet haha. great no ref studies. it good practise for me if i try and draw a million faces in a multitude of positions Then studie some facial references. Then go back to using no reference for a while. Good work, keep it up!
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    Very nice studies man! Oh yeah good old Hoggy! Keep it up!
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    Blahm - I'm learning from Hogarth a lot. I'll draw everything from this book soon .

    Fellah. - hehe. If only I could hug this Hoggy for this book.

    Back to basics.

    No. 119 - No ruler of course .

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