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    I'm not bumping i'm just anxious for replies and critiques


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    I think you need to stop with the character designs and just focus on anatomy and proportions. SOme of the stuff I can tell was done from photograph because of the placement of values but the knowledge doesn't carry on over to your other stuff. Try studying anatomy, one part at a time. draw some bones, break them down into simple forms. render nothing but shapes until you can see simple shapes in everything. Learning to see is the key. I painted with simple shapes for nearly half a year and it was boring sometimes but it has paid off. I really stress starting small and progressing slowly because you're posting some chests, legs, some planes mapping and they're all surface structures. YOu gotta understand what's underneath before you put stuff on top. If you can get your bones down you'll be ahead of me because I stopped awhile back at the scapulas.
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    Lol mkay ^_^

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    lol nice stuff, how are u doing thos digi paint overs? u useing stejpan's smudge tool?

    nice stuff.

    excellent tips master. how long have u been drawing oki? sometimes too much information can become overwhelming. and numbing. u get it and u get all pumped up and try and do something amazing, and get ur self esteem shot to hell wen u do something absolutely shity. but wen u have the right techniques and the will power to practice them and hone them u will get better fast.

    i already see improvement. err mabey thats teh scanner lol. nah im serious tho, ur getting better, keep at it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OBX
    lol nice stuff, how are u doing thos digi paint overs? u useing stejpan's smudge tool?

    nice stuff.

    excellent tips master. how long have u been drawing oki? sometimes too much information can become overwhelming. and numbing. u get it and u get all pumped up and try and do something amazing, and get ur self esteem shot to hell wen u do something absolutely shity. but wen u have the right techniques and the will power to practice them and hone them u will get better fast.

    i already see improvement. err mabey thats teh scanner lol. nah im serious tho, ur getting better, keep at it.
    The third one i just smudged T_T
    I've been drawings since september of last year..

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    http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthre...6&page=1&pp=15

    go there. it has a special brush u can create urself in photoshop cs 1 or 2. if u have niether its still a good idea to read through the whole thread. very helpful stuff.
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    Do some life drawing! An sp from the mirror, your dog, your shoes, whatever. Draw from life and work up your observational skills, then put those to use in figuring out your problem areas. For now I'd say you should focus on heads, and the nose would be a decent place to start.
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    I'll be sure to do more of that boogie ^_^

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    http://usera.imagecave.com/Oki/Run1.jpg

    break down your bones into simple shapes and study proportions too. The humorous, ulra,and radius should be close in length.
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    More bones to come soon

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    very nice, i really like ur line work, its getting much better. more confident. try something permanent. yeah life drawing is the shiz.

    ok gtg great work tho, ur getting way better. keep at it.
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    Definitely noticing progress here. Good job on that.

    Now, on the environmental side: we artists are a true hazard to worlds pretty woods. You can sooooooooooooooooo fill up the empty space more! Don't be afraid to mess up, you can always redo it, if necessary. Before you draw a specific pose, do a small thumbnail, that can help you with the posture and help you fix errors you'll hit later on.

    And to improve your lineconfidence: maybe try drawing with pen sometimes. No undo buttons/ erasers there, so that could help you with your lines.

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    Thanks for the advice cookie ^_^. I shall do so.

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    wow! i've noticed some definate improvement OKi. Keep up the good work!
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