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    I was just checking through you sketchbook and you have improved a lot. I wish had more time to do studies instead of project from my drawing II class.

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    God dangit bro, i really need to be doing more anatomy drawings, you're killing me!!

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    ooooh, gotta love those hand studies! great sense for the general shape. i'm admiring those!

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    Your last hands are quite nice and I think your lines are more confident here

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    http://onajii.com/d_sketches/sketch33.jpgThe one on the top left was the most successful of this group. It's off balance a little to the left, but that could have been caused by the page being turned a bit while drawing. What I think is so successful about it is the way the different masses are interacting: The weight from the leg pressing up into the hip, tilting the shoulders, then the head counterbalances this tilt. Also the lines are angular like on the arm on the right which adds solidity. The one on the top right is good too, the weight from the arm pressing up into the shoulder. The one on the bottom left is unsuccessful because the interaction of masses can't be followed so clearly.
    Some studies of the back concentrating on the movements of the scapula will be helpful, it's form can change the most out of all areas of the body.
    Continue practicing your lines, aim for control above all else.
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were are you ??
Great hand studies ! I keep watching

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    Superb Handstudies!

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    Wow.
    You've improved soooooo much! Wonderful stuff!
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    wow those studies just keep rolling =) I can c that ur really getting the hang of the hands, keep it up! Ur pencil are just immense dude. really inspiring. It truly shows out through ur sketches and drawings just how comfortable and loose feel u have with ur hand The crosshatching technuiqe u use (for example the beastman facial drawing that u use in ur avatar) is really something for itself, bravo, trying that technuiqe myself, but im not even close to ur skills The quick postiture sketches in the middle are great ways to get the hang of dynamic poses, as i have personaly experienced myself. Would strongly suggest that u keep all these studies up! Cant wait for the next update

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    awesome form studies man. some of the hands look a little wacky, but keep drawing and you'll get through. but yeah.. that female anatomy looks GREAT!! it really seems to capture my eye. you have a nice flow going. dont stop. great stuff man, keep it up.

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    nice hands. this is going to be great!

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    gestures

    Thank you everyone for viewing my work, sorry I haven't updated sooner, I've been busy working on school related projects and stuff, and with 3 weeks left its freaking crunch time, but I'll find time to draw and post, but when the summer hits, Its war!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, Concept art will be my home, thats for damn sure.

    this is not much of an update, but I felt I had to add something. Some very loose and dynamic gestures. I really need to work on my line quality, I played around with my tablet finally, I'll post my junk tomorrow also, thanks again for viewing everyone
    i'll reply to you guys in the morning I'm freaking tired

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    Well that's alot of ppl on one page .

    Imo, they are not that dynamic, tho. It's not only the pose itself, but the angle which can be dramatic and dynamic. Look at HPXs stuff, you'll see that his poses are immensely powerfull, which is partly due to the angles he draws them in, resulting in much foreshorting, what isn't very prominent in your figures, yet. Try to play with perspective, FOV and such.

    Another thing, when you're feeling comfortable with your proportions, why not take a break from the hip-leg-arm-ribcage-blobs? I'll give you an example: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...traps/r-59.jpg (This is from the SB of Flaptraps) you see there's much movement in those scribbles, without them using those helpy lines.

    What what am I to brag, you're the one doing the education, man

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  • Thats some really nice figure drawings! I think!
    hm, as I did said on Skype, first pages are the best quality wise
    and secondpage are the best you know - unstiff wise! so keep on it!

    hm, I can say this in thread since we are an ssg . yyou know
    faust, those types of figures was what I did til page 3, but then ppl
    complained about that , and wanted me to do thos really
    nice figure drawings like Darktwin doing now!
    so I guess that a personally request, me my self like em, and you like em,
    but Im not sure the minority likes em
    so Darktwin: Do some of both! that is the best mix!

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