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    Last edited by Bob.Razowsky; September 10th, 2007 at 04:49 PM.
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    Pourquoi un corbeau resemble-t-il a un grain de sel?
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    Not bad ! some I like, some I like less ... I wanna see some more, cause I'm not sure what to C&C

    What do you mean in your first post ... a copy is not drawing ?? Not sure if that's what you mean ? Anyway, I like that pic, and as long as you credit your source, you can put it in here ... copying is a good way of learning ! Even tracing can be helpful sometimes, to work out a specific problem (although I wouldn't include a tracing in my sketchbook).
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    The first posts are kinda interesting, I don't really care for the wind up gladiators though. Before attempting shadows you should get a hang of perspective first, "Perspective Made Easy" by Ernest Norling is good. I don't know if you used reference in the first one, the mirror image, but the way you overlapped the lines is pretty good. For help on anatomy check out "Figure Drawing" by R.G. Hatton. Another thing to work on is your use of value, the glass doesn't look like glass because you've used a dark outline around it, and there isn't any reflection or anything on it. "Drawing Realistic Textures in Pencil" by J.D. Hillberry can help you with this. Of course don't forget to check all the different artist's on this sight. You've made a good start.
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    Last edited by Bob.Razowsky; September 10th, 2007 at 04:50 PM.
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    "Dream of the puppet, be human."

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    Last edited by Bob.Razowsky; October 1st, 2005 at 06:59 PM.
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    working sooooooooo slowly
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    Good start, but you should try to work more precisely and to add more shadings with softer gradations.
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    Last edited by Bob.Razowsky; September 10th, 2007 at 04:52 PM.
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    Last edited by Bob.Razowsky; September 10th, 2007 at 04:52 PM.
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    good job so far, it seems to me that you might be pushing too hard on your pencil and are getting stuck with those thick lines, therefore the gradiation is somewhat lost. in the pic with the cowboy with the gum and the cross it seems the guy's pants jump from light to dark, without much transition. aside form that, just keep going, you'll only improve. cheers.
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