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    warmin up a tad

    cheers for comment iolarnula -

    heres some lower limbage i did tonight to practise.

    looking thru frazetta and that sort of 80s fantasy gubbins and doodling away as i went.

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    loads more to come tomorrow!
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    Nice studies, love the idea of drawing Frazetta. I need to do studies. Now.
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    bit of scribbles today. not a good day in general. back on form tomorrow i hope.
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    after mort's "curling pose" jibe, here's a gribbly curler for some more pose practise.

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    hehe awesome. the poses and drawings looks great. seems that you know the muscles now.
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    So many legs!

    Great studies Apocalypse_Rex, you're really drumming it home.
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    Curling IS a sport...Those people are talented.
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    The studies are looking really good
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    Fan-friggin-tastic, you've improved a lot in your figures! Nice perspective and motion on the curling pic, heh.
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    Hey dude, thanks for dropping by to my SB. I like the anatomy studies u made here, they are really neat. I can't say much here, just maybe to work more on the faces (tough i can clearly see an improvement).

    Keep at it, and do more studies, u are really good at them.
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    rubbish doodles today im afraid. this next week is going to be non stop faces. faces faces faces.

    cheers for all your kind comments so far. it makes me want even more to get better!

    so faces next week - see you there!

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    Niiice
    Your getting used to the facial lines. Now concentrate a bit more on the features. Especially noses
    Those leg studies look great, the rendering your doing is getting better and better!
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    These are great to look at, not boring at all, inspired me to draw!
    Try working on stuff you've never tried or don't try enough, it should help in the future.
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