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    Nice update!

    Toned paper is nice I have one crit however. I'm not perfect myself and I'm always making this mistake too, but anyway remember to measure and compare all the time. It will seem like a chore at first but it will get more natural as you do it. The reason I point this out is because the neck on the girl on the right and the right leg on the guy throwing the javalin both appear too long.

    Other than that great progress!

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    6/27/06

    Some master studies
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    You're coming along man, coming along. I like the BMW hehehe. Yeah i think you just need to get further into tighter construction. But i see you deffinatly crossing over to where you want to be. Just keep putting in those reps man.
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    nice bro. can't wait for thursday.
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    Looking good. I should try some of these as well, heh, so many good intentions....
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    Nice master studies. Gave me an idea to do some of them myself.
    For transportation design and perspective drawing I would also recomend gnomon dvd-s by Harald Belker and Scott Robertson. They cover a lot. Perspective construction, design principles, ...
    Any books about cars, trains, ... should be usefull. For studying, reference, ... And because a lot of times vehicles and their parts are redesigned using some old design as a reference or a starting point.

    Maybe you've seen it allready. It is an extremly usefull for basic perspective construction:
    Link: http://www.drawthrough.com/tutorials/index.html

    And ChrisMayernik gave you a good list of links to start with
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    Small Update

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    More to come!
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    Quote Originally Posted by selk
    Maybe you've seen it allready. It is an extremly usefull for basic perspective construction:
    Link: http://www.drawthrough.com/tutorials/index.html
    :o)

    Apparently he changed the website in this couple of days. When I checked the link before posting this link everything worked fine. If you want me to zip and send you this tutorials send me your e-mail on PM.
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    I'm liking the studies, good work.

    One comment I have though is that you seem to be shying away from feet and hands. Try not to do that and really practice them. Many people have a fear when it comes to these appendages, the best way to overcome it is through persistance.
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    started school back up again, so updates may be a bit slow, but i will persist!

    taking 8 hours of life drawing on tuesdays, so i hope to draw tons and tons and improve to another level in the coming months, did some drawings yesterday, but they are too big to scan, but i will scan them when i get the chance..

    did a couple more master head studies, and watched part of the herald beker gnomon dvd on car design, and did some quick thumbs, had a lot of fun just doodling them out. want to do a larger render sometime soon....

    stay with me, ill try to keep it interesting!
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    yeah man, just like everybody else, i'm lovin the studies. i've got an assignment for you though. i'd like to see you take what you've learned since you got it, and try white paper again. i'll be happy to hook you up with "sexy paper" if you need, but i'd really like to see you get back to value control.8)

    haha... you and your cars man... are you sitting in on that transport design class yet?
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    yeah man, just like everybody else, i'm lovin the studies. i've got an assignment for you though. i'd like to see you take what you've learned since you got it, and try white paper again. i'll be happy to hook you up with "sexy paper" if you need, but i'd really like to see you get back to value control.8)

    haha... you and your cars man... are you sitting in on that transport design class yet?
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    good stuff. My advice is based on a crit I recieved my self not too long ago. Basically you need to really make sure your markes describe the form of the object your drawing. If your going to step your sketch up from being line art, try and make your hatching follow the imaginary 3D planes that give your object volume.

    Looking good though, want to see more.
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