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    Those perspective studies really kick ass, anatomy stuff looks great, keep studying!

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    Yeah man! Looks like you have been doing well, there is definately a lot of improvement since may... I like the reni studies you just posted. Keep it going!!! 8)

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    Great looking loomis studies... a tip about yoru cheekbone problem, don't draw a hard cheekbone angle. 9.9 times out of 10 you never see them on anyone's face/head, just the implied plane shift from eye socket to cheekbone. My head studies started improving when I kept a few pages of actual heads lying around to use to keep myself honest w/ head anatomy, yet still using the loomis method of construction... hope that helps. keep it up.

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    Wow. I didn't have so many comments before. Without you people I wouldn't draw so much as I do now.

    hamb6960 - With more control I can do better studies. With better studies my anatomy is better. With better anatomy my imagination stuff is better . Thanks for comment.
    Dan1989 - Thanks! Perspectives are fun.
    yAdam - Reni is my new master . I wish I could have bigger reproductions of his paintings.
    Benett - Thanks a lot! I will try it.

    No. 166 - I have set a small still life. It's only chair + white sheet + dark pot but it can be in hundrets of combinations. I'll draw it as often as possible.

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    No. 167 - New self portrait. It's in Self portait archive

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    No. 168 - Alien?

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    Arghhhh.... I feel so sleepy all day . Coffee didn't work at all.

    No. 169 - I took dip pen, "National geographic" magazine and sketched a bit from photos. To me it looks like total crap. Maybe it might improve my line economy or something

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    nice. i like your figure studies a few pages back. and i like your life study above. good work. keep drawing!

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    Some good studies in here, continue on with these and you'll have no other way to go but up! Good going on those perspective studies, too few people give this important area real effort.

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    osgoon - Thanks! I will do lots of figure studies soon.
    Magic Man - Thanks a lot. Pespectives always helped me improve my three-dimensions sense so I do lot's of them.

    No. 170 - Yesteday I was so sleepy that I went straight to bed. However I there was some small A6 notebook and red pen close to me. I thought that blue grid might look nice with red lines so sketched on two pages .

    No. 171 - Morning doodle with still life. There was very poor light condition so I decided to do only linear drawing.

    Merry Christmas

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    Hey buddy, damn I've missed the last few updates - you're still doing better with every update. The last still life looks great - doing line drawings only is also a great exercise. Keep it up !

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    thirdeye - Thanks for dropping by. I think I start to like pure line drawings.

    I'm going to draw some characters from XVII century (like the musketeers) so I played a costume movie "Cyrano de Bergerac" to take a closer look how everything looked back then. Then I started to pause in interesting moments and draw fast sketches of characters. There are even some fencing moves (but it was hard to pause on good ones).
    If you feel that I should post only more finished drawings, tell me .

    No 172, 173, 174

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    These quick lines are pretty sweet, keep it up.

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    Nice studies - your studies show a lot of attention detail. Look forward to seeing more.


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    Taj, tullie - thanks!

    Today some more finished piece.

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    No. 175 - Space station interior perspective. This time I sketched it with pencil and inked. Ruler used only to set up main lines.

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    Nice updates, man! All the musketeer stuff is looking really good! Cool line work! Keep it up!

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    Fellah. - Thanks, man! I'll keep it up.

    No. 176 - New perspective.

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    No. 177 - Studies of some ancient greek statues



    No. 178 - Head planes from Loomis.



    No. 179 - Here I used Loomis head planes to construct faces from photos.

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    OMG, how do you do it, I had ago at those loomis planes and gave up, haha. They were too difficult.


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    Great book you have there Farvus, you´ve been workin´ hard. I tried to give these Loomis head planes a go myself, but never really managed them. Well done.

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    Great going mate keep it up ! its nice to see that u r doing head studies..its my fav. subject

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    Awesome work dude, your perspective and environment works are incredible!
    Digging the plane studies, plan on doing some myself in the near future.
    Your linework is clean and confident, I like that. Hatching could be tightened up a bit more, just try taking more time to create smoother gradients.

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    tullie - I didn't notice that they are difficult . Maybe perspective practice helped in this. Thanks for dropping by.
    taxman - Thanks.
    shyamishriram - I start to like head studies too. Thanks.
    SirGreenSock - I'll try tighter hatchink. Thanks for advise.

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    No. 181, 182 - Head planes, skulls and a bit of face muscles.

    Happy New Year!

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    No. 183 - Today I didn't know what to draw so I started sketching some random shapes. This is the result .

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    I have new sketchbook. It has less grainy paper and it's very sensitive to graphite. That's why my drawings will look a little different .

    No. 184 - Torso studies from different photos of sculptures.

    Here are also still life paintings done in PS. I made them for Digital painting in PS thread.

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    No. 185 - Doodles. There is something in them that I always disliked in my sketches. I almost feel like I'm back to the beginning . Maybe it's bad day. I don't know.

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    hey farvus
    thx for droping a comment in my sb.

    you are doing great studies! i like the pen studies a lot.
    keep posting, that looks promising

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    Miau - Thanks. I plan to use only pen for longer time.

    No. 186 - Morning doodle

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    When I finaly was through your sketchbook(never been here before), I came to a conclusion....
    I like it! Keep on doing al of this.
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    Isobel - Thanks

    No. 187 - Hand study again.

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    Cool stuff! The perspective drawings and quick sketches look really cool. Watch the proportions and placements in the hand studies, I dont know if you're using "Drawing the Head and Hands" by A. Loomis but its a really good book and the hand plans there are great.

    Cheers!

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