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    art collection

    ive finally fixed up my scanner, so some pictures are the same as ones before and i have quite a few new ones








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    these are very nice sketches,
    but you should really be pushing yourself to finish a piece.

    a lot of challenges arise when creating a picture.
    its more than just "do these muscles look right?"
    you will learn a lot form attempting to create a believable character with a background and shadows, interacting with someone or something.
    sketches are a means to an end.
    they are incredibly valuable, do them, but really push yourself.

    if i waited until my sketches were perfect before ever attempting a finished piece... i would still be waiting.

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    this is a nice start. i would study some anatomy. draw from a picture. pay attention to the shapes of ech muscel. this will help you out greatly.

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    Find an Anatomy Book and sketch the Skeleton. Learn the under structure of the face and body and it will show you how the lines of the figure should be drawn.

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    thanks, ive tried to take your advice, i hope it works

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