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    Hey, man! Thanks for dropping by my sb

    Good lookin' on your studies, man! The handstuies are nice! Clean lines!

    Keep 'em coming!

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    Haldor - Thnx!

    Gloominati - Eyes are herdest thing to draw when I have only 2 minutes so a just mark their position .

    dCepT - Thanks. Clean lines is one of things that I'm practicing all the time.

    No. 137 & 138 - New screensaver session. This time 18 photos / 36 minutes.

    No. 139 - I wanted to slow down a bit so here is life drawing - wooden manikin.

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    Love the head and hand studies.....you can already see how much you've improved over the last couple of pages.

    I liked the look of those industrial enviroments you started sketching. Thinking about taking them any further??

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    mull77 - Thanks. Industrial enviroments are waiting in long queue for their turn .

    No. 140 - Fast archi-doodle.

    No. 141 - Life drawing of my shoes.

    No. 142 - Screensaver session - 9 faces and 18 minutes.

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    ghehe, those screensaver sessions really are cool to look at

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    Haldor - Thanks.

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    No. 143 - New update in Self portrait archive

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    No. 144 - No ref sketches. Maybe I'm too carerful while drawing... I don't know

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    No. 145 & 146 - Female poses from Loomis.

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    No. 147 - From Loomis.

    No. 148 - No ref. I have problem with drawing clothes . EDIT: I changed "Levels" for this drawing. I didn't want shades to be so heavy (It's one of my bad old habits. Too much dark and everything blends in shadow. Then I darken countours and it looks even more heavy)

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    Damn I've missed those beautiful ladies you've drawn Really nice job with the Loomis referenced stuff in both recent updates. Yeah the clothes are a bitch. I have huge problems with drawing folds and wrinkles too. Understanding their physics halps a lot - they're always strained between some points etc.

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    No. 149 - Mindless doodles. I think I should work on imagination (or is it rather desing)

    I have a problem. After putting shades the whole drawing looses it's dynamism and feeling of lightness. In this one I tried less dense hatching but I don't know if it is good solution. Mabye I should avoid too much dark gray's beacause they hide contour lines?

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    those female poses are really great!

    can't help you on your qeustion, sorry, but am no star in it myself

    I like the doodles. When you start to draw aliens behind a keyboard I think you have plenty of imagination

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    Haldor - Thanks for comment .

    No. 150 - Life drawing of clothes shop female mannikin. I won't use ballpen again. It's not very good for drawing.

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    No. 151 - I tried to loosen up so - loose doodles.

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    i like the looseness of your sketches, they show you are improving. keep on drawing (somethig i should consider myself).

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    nightmare - I just didn't care if I draw ugly and the result was my last post

    No. 152 - Some crappy perspective in ink.

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    No. 153 - 3 Point perspective (fun)

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    No.154 - New update in Self portrait archive

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    No. 155 - From photos. I don't have patience today :/.

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    nice, looks like you're getting a handle on things.. that lower right pose is excellent.

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    blkn - thanks.

    No. 156 - Another perspective.

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    Very nice perspective work, man.

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    van - thanks! I'm trying to make every new perspective richer.

    No. 157 - Industrial perspective. At the beginning I wanted it to be on the surface but some factory in huge cave looks more exciting .

    No. 158 - Anatomy studies from different photos.

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    Perspective studies are really nice.
    I really like the Industrial perspective image in your last post.
    Great job there. Lovely stuff, bring us more.

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    the prespective studies good.
    with those black and lighter lines.

    there realy something

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    Hypronost - thanks man.
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    No. 159 - My hand is on fire... only no ruler perspective. I didn't know what place I'd like to draw so this one is a litte abstract.

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    No. 160 - Not very succesful perspective. At least good warm up .

    No. 161 - Heads and neck muscle studies.

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    No. 162 - I have problems with head proportions all the time. I wonder if I ever learn how to draw them. Here is some Loomis study.

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    Focus

    It is important to tackle one weak areas <> sometimes they are not really weak we just want them to be better and before long they are <> it is hard for most to focus on their problem areas so you are half way there

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    mentler - I will do everything from Loomis about heads and I hope that I'll discover some small little (but important) things that I haven't noticed before. Thanks for encouragement.

    No. 163 - Practicing head construction from ball. I have problems with finding right placement and angle for cheekbones.

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    Great studies, man - seeing your Industrial perspectives reminds how much i need to get into that. Cheers, dude - keep it up!

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    Fellah. - thanks. I will do something else now.

    No. 164 - Heads.

    No. 165 - These are Guido Reni's paintings and drawings study.

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    Farvus man your stuff is looking so good! To me it really feels like you are developing more control. looks great! Can't wait to see more!

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