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December 28th, 2005 #1
Fooxoo's Doodles (nudity):update May 30th: long over due dump of crap
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I think it is time to start my own. And well ... it is time to start drawing some concepts... er ... ok, too much wine for me at this time of the day, so I think I will blab some other time
So this is a little sketch I did this evening.
I promise to post more soon I just have to sort through all of my stuff first
Last edited by fooxoo; May 30th, 2008 at 09:55 AM.
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Hey, I found your sketchbook!
Nice pics you have in here. In that dark portrait the forehead looks very round, though I have not seen the original person (if there is one).
The last body study is very good, keep practising.
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December 31st, 2005 #10
Hey! Thanks for the reply in my sketchbook! You've got a good start here!
THe bodystudy is good practice.. I should do more stuff like that myself..hehe...
The forhead on the portrait looks a little round, like stated, and the mouth comes across as a little narrow width-wise.. that because of the shadow you have from the edge of the mouth running back towards the cheek.. seems to push into space, and right outside of the lips there are some muscles that push that area out rather than push it in.. Ehrm.. hope that wasn't too chaotic..hehe.. I'm better at pointing and doodling in order to explain than I am with written words..haha..
Keep 'em coming, 'cuz you're doing good!
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Looking good, got some really nice stuff going on here. Only suggestion I have is to watch your pencil and brush strokes, using too many short strokes makes the picture more static, try practicing using fewer lines.
Posting a pic of yourself is an invitation to have yourself drawn, no?
January 1st, 2006 #13