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    i agree with bloodbrush, knowing apposing curves is a great asset and that tutorial by Rebekah explains it well. my suggestion would be to slow down, possibly make an under drawing first made of boxes cones and such. then go back over it with detail. Also try doing gesture drawings. IF you don't have acces to a life drawing class you can still do it. There are many ways to practice that which i can share with you if you'd like. Your doin awesome dude just keep exploring!!
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    wowoweeya, moo, haven't put up much in a while, here's a little stuff.

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    nice update
    butyou always wuss out on the hands and feet..you mmight want to take some time and draw a crpload of them so you aren't scared of them any more.

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    Seconding what chaos said. Hands and are vital to making your caharacters come alive. Hope you're laying off the lined paper too. Other than that, neat characters and good linework. You're doing well with the anatomy too, though you need to pay attention not to make the torso too long. Exaggerating stuff more could be good idea as well. Hope to have been of some little help.

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    Thx, when the lined paper comes out its because I'm in school and I have nothing else to draw on.

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    Good batch, man. Keep drawing those features individually, but try to keep the form in mind as well. Don't just think of them as lines. Once you know the form, you can draw them from any angle. If you don't want to spend time on detailed hands, just block them in. Don't worry about each fingers, draw the non thumb fingers as a whole and draw lines for the joints and knuckles so you know where to change planes. Once you have this and you draw each fingers in, the knuckles and joints will line up properly.
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    Jeez I don't update enough.
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    Practice boobie You Lack Discpline!

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    More Drawerings...I should really draw more men, dunno why, Female figure has become so natural to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oki
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    My keen sense of perception tells me that this image depicts a very fine boobie .

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    Hehe, more practice. A WIP

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    incredible progress. specially ur female figures. nicely done. the first chick in december 4th post is great. keep it up.
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    Nicely Done!

    Man if my doodles on college ruled paper looked as good as yours I'd have something to brag about. Great work, looking forward to more.

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    Some stuff from my AP Art Class on digi cam.
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