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    Papier_a_dessin's infamous sketchbook

    This is my first attempt at a sketch book on here. Any criticisms is appreciated.

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    This is a couple of characters i drew one night i hope ya like.

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    This is me trying some poses out.

    Thanks for looking at my sketch book, i'll be posting more soon.
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    Short C+C :
    Try as an exercise to completly not use lines but only shading to show a person or object .. whateva u are drawing.

    BTW welcome to CA
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    Oi

    I would say to work on proportions of people. The relative size of the parts of the body. The forearms look over extened on the lady and the crouching guy and they dont look like they are bending naturally on the lady as well. Food for thought go and sketch more

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    thank you
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    Here's a more serious addition to the sketch book. After a life drawing class today my eyes were really opened up to how much i had a head of me so i took it on myself to try some independant study using refrences and such to do a proportional/bone/muscle study hope ya like.

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    This is a little picture i drew late one night after looking at my old attempts at some old realistic faces any critiques would be appreciated
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    I wouldn't say that this is too realistic, but it works in a stylized way. The eyes set wide apart and the long neck give this portrait a unique feel. Keep working on those anatomy studies.
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    Papier_a_dessin's infamous sketchbook
    This is a concept drawing for a character in a grapic novel i'm helping a friend with
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    click to make bigger ^
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    Papier_a_dessin's infamous sketchbook
    here is another character from the same project
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    Papier_a_dessin's infamous sketchbook


    This is one of my first tries into color.
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    Here are some sketches that i've done recently at work,
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    Any critiques are welcome and i don't know why putfile makes them so small.
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    Perhaps you could use some light construction lines to establish the features in your drawings. I.e., in the portrait the eyes aren't aligned, probably drawing an horizontal line where they're supposed to be placed will help you. Ah, and don't forget to use a mirror (or flip the image in PS if you scan it) to see the flaws in the construction, it's a really helpful (and ancient) trick.
    Keep drawing, you're doing great
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