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    The no ruler perspectives are pretty accurate. Figure drawings are coming along nicely, just remember to draw some females too.
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    Some lovely drawings on the figures. I like your perspective studies too.
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    armando, mayshing - thanks.

    I changed my mechanical pencil. New one is much lighter and I feel the grain of the paper while drawing with it. It helped a bit

    No. 125 - Self-portrait.

    No. 126 - Random doodles.
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    I wanted to put back tablet till I get good at natural tools but I think I'll never be fully satisfied. That's why I decided to regularly post single speedpainting along with some pencil sketches (and I hope that I will be able to stick to it )

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    Speedpainting. 13 - Alien

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    No. 128 - Figure studies from Hogarth's book. I have only few pages left. When I finish them, I'll do more female drawings.

    Speedpainting. 14 - It was over an hour and the result is terrible
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    what I love about CA.org sketchbook forum is how you can see an artist grow in skill.
    It's very motivating to see these evolutions.

    In your work Farvus it's very noticable. Great improvements.
    One of the better sketches so far is the one on the top of this page, with the roman fellah.

    Keep on postin.
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    Seeing lots of progress within these pages! keep on rocking....

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    Hypronost - Wow. I'm glad that all the hard work pays back. I like the roman fellah too .
    Seth1 - Thanks. I will.

    I did't post anything in recent days beacause I was learning a lot for driving licence exams and doing some urban planning for my architecture studies.

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    No. 130 - Head, nose and eye studies done with dip pen. I can't get used to this tool so it looks terrible.
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    I think I will minimalise amount of shading in my next drawings. What I'm trying to find all the time is compromise between 3d rendered form and lightness/freshness. It's something like in THIS fantastic Ingres' drawing.
    For now I also try to avoid any comic-like stylisation. It's nice but I would rather experiment later when I know that I can always go back to more "traditional" style (if such exists).

    Here's what I've done for today:

    Self portrait archive (my last post) - Another self portrait. It's in my new thread for SP's

    No. 132 - No ref doodles.
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    No. 133 - Life drawing from bathroom.

    No.134 - My right hand study.
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    Recent sketches look great, you left handed?
    The bathroom study has a couple of skewed areas, but otherwise looks good.
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    SirGreenSock - Thanks for comment!!! Yes, I'm left handed.

    Can't reply without some sketch so here's new one. I tried ChrisMayernik's method of practice (it's in his sketchbook). Used standard windows screensaver with images slideshow. 2 minutes for every photo (in screensaver settings) and 15 files in the folder which gave me half of hour for constant drawing. I had to concetrate on most important shapes. No details and great challange. I think I will try again next time .

    No. 135 & 136 - Ugly but I like experiments .
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    nice heads, very good for just 2 minutes

    I like your hand studies, they really look like hands

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    uhh, that's a cool excercide, man!! Do many many of these faces and you'll improve faster than you think!! Well watch the proportions and the correct placement of features. If I were you I wouldn't care as much about if for example the eyes look the same way like on the photo but I'll definitely try to put the features in the right place as quickly as possible since this is what makes a face look "right".
    Good luck mate, I am really excited to see more of this excercise
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