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    nice, keep it up

    the hands are really looking good

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    Mentler:Thanks mentler, i'm a proud new member now , I know I'm going to learn a lot there.

    Andy P: Thanks man, yeah I'm going to have to try some of those 5 to 10 sec gestures, I'll be sure to post them when i do them, thanks for viewing man. Your work is awesome!!

    Mr_S_14: Thanks man, I'm just using wooden pencils (graphite) on the tone paper I'm using grahite with white charcoal pencil. I'll be sure to post some stuff to help you out man. great update on your sb.

    Shinryu: Thanks man, glad you like

    Thanks for viewing everyone, Here is alittle update, of drawings, some figurative stuff and a concept of a little project me and ashrumm are working on. I know the portrait is a little bland from the front. there will be more 3/4 portraits on the way. Thanks for viewing guys,
    Darktwin out.

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    I like all the hand studies you did they look nice. What I would like to see is some cleaner line work, the lines tend to look scratchey. Keep up the good work.
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    I really like the exaggerated anatomy of your last few figure studies, although the top right one's hands are a little freaky! The portrait is also looking good, but I think that the cute button nose seems to be at odds with the rest of the character.
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    That dude looks like the kid from the munsters, haha!
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    Matt Smith: I'll eventually post some really tight works, right now I'm focusing on an array of things, thanks for viewing man.

    Chisa: haha, yeah the nose is a little small,

    Faust: I think that would be the hair talking faust, it is a little crazy.

    A little update of big bonedid studies, Its been a long day in the sculpture building, will draw and post more stuff tomorrow guys. Thanks for viewing.

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    Her legs are twisted in a way that looks ... unhealthy. But nice studies nonetheless.
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Nice stuff man! You already know it, but however.:
I would certainly like to see some of your sculptures! and especially
some 3D , lookin forward for next updates!!
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    Faust:Thanks Faust, yeah that knee looks a bit funky

    Dile:Yeah, I'll post my work, actually I need to take pictures of the sculptures, but I'll be sure to post the 3d work, soon.

    Ok here is the 8 head method to measuring (for women it various a half a head smaller, depends on your drawing style) method I loosely use when roughing out a concept or anatomy study from memory. Now remember when measuring don't get to tight about it when measuring for porportions, don't want your drawings looking to stiff and rigid just to get everything measured right. Its just for structrual purposes. I just use it as a guide, as long as things look right to the eye or close when drawing loose conepts and such.

    Since the sketch is a little off and to make clear, its roughly 1 head from the shoulder to elbow, and 1 head from elbow to wrist. The wrist to the tip of the fingers is about 3/4 or .75 th the length of the head.

    From shoulder to shoulder its about the width of 3 heads (in red at the top).

    this is just a method I use when drawing, its not perfect, and there are other methods out there. This is the one I like to use thus far, just thought I'd share. enjoy

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  • Thx alot for shareing darktwin

    Great 8 head charcter!.
    I think I can save this one and have it like advice when doing characters, since
    Im pretty often do my heads, to small or to big however,
    Thx again for shareing, Its appreciated!
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    Very impressive, you have definetly improved since the start of the thread. Keep at it .
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    hey darktwin, answer on msn!! jk dude, great 8 head
    rule, though i dont really like to stay too comited to it.
    Those fat ladies really look ugly, the drawing is cool, but
    those chicks arent what u wanna encounter on the dancefloor Their hands are abit wierd but the
    anatomy looks great, thumbs up dude

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    hey darktwin, very nice gesture studies. and the last few updates show a great progress, especially with the proportions. in your older sketches sometimes the back seemed a little long, but now you've really got a feel for the forms. and the ladies are cool. great use of hatching there! see you around...
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