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    Dile - thanks man.... glad you like the sketches!

    i hope to have a lot more head and general anatomy sketches(with reference this time!) posted in the coming weeks - I recently bought a good anatomy book and plan on really practicing.... I have been really inspired lately by all the great stuff posted on this website!


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    haha skipping meals won't happen I still live with my parrents! but still they are expencieve and I also need to save money for girlfriend gifts and vacation and stuff..
    ok I will try the next environment/robot something DSG and if I like the outcome I will make a photo of it
    If I pass my exams I will go and study Industrial Design my self next year! I am really exitted about it! but first I need to get those exams done!
    About the tank study do you use refferences or just out of your head?
    Thanks for your awnsers they will help me I hope!

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    great stuff here, I really like your vehical concepts =)

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    Kei-th - I look forward to seeing your DSG!

    regarding the tank study - typically i will not use reference for the first few studies...sometimes when trying to design something "new" reference material only hampers the creative flow - but later on I will absolutley use refrence to figure out the details once I get close to the form and proportion that I like.

    Kasama - thanks!

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    ok thanks for explaining!
    will speak to you soon probably, if something isn't working for me

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    another round of male head studies -

    1 hour - black prisma color pencil and green marker

    this time I somewhat used reference - I looked at my last male head study and picked the ones I thought looked the best, then I tried to derive what they had in common.... then I cracked open my new anatomy book and did some cross referencing and tried to note what i was doing incorrectly.....then lastly I closed up the anatomy book, eat dinner, then drew this page!

    I think it's coming along, but I still feel like there are some real gaps in my knowledge of the male head.... practice, practice!!

    Rob-ot... my first sketch book!

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    good solid studies, great vehicle designs. ur making some waves here dude

    just ordered a couple of anatomy books myself - going to follow your lead and make a real effort.

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    setmonkey - huge thanks!

    That's awesome you're also working on your anatomy! I have seen your perspective stuff really improve over just the last week or two.... I can't wait to see you jump into doing some figure drawings!! you also keep me inspired!

    Kei-th - no worries, I will help you were I can....the most important thing though is just practice!

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    nice study! when I try sketching or drawing a head it always end un as a comic head
    but maybe try to make your faces more solid. they look abit bloked. maybe it will help
    Last edited by Kei-th; March 7th, 2006 at 02:55 AM.

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    Kei-th - thanks for the thought, "try to make your faces more solid. they look a bit bloked" - I am sure what you mean....could you explain a little further??

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    I mean some parts have really angels in stead of curves
    I just cirkeled a few things with red that are really bloked and the greens are nice solid!
    http://img66.imageshack.us/img66/1972/malehead21gn.jpg
    hope you don't feel offended by this
    and yeah I know I wouldn't do it anny beter but I hope you don't mind that

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    Oh and don't forget they are really good but just sharing my thoughts

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    Kei-th - thanks for the expination!

    I am definately not offended...I appriciate your thoughts!

    now that i better understand what you meant - I agree the heads are very angular, but my current focus is on proportions, not concerned about portraying realistic or stylistic heads right now - hopefully that will come later!!
    Last edited by rob-ot; March 7th, 2006 at 07:22 PM.

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    Really like ur head studies
    especially the line of faces that smoothly turn to the left. The upperleft one has too big cheeks, tho, but those are minor details and since ur just sketching it doesnt really matter.

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    Rob-ot I am glad to hear that!
    And I understand what you mean with the proportions. I think if you keep practicing it will be good in the near future!

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