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    hey guys!

    ivan - thanks for the tip, my hatching is poor, i know...

    hurricane - wow. that's an honor to have you in my little book. thanks for the encouraging words!

    ham-e - thanks for the nice words and of course for visiting that frequently, really nice of you to stop by!

    nii - thanks. it's always try and error at first, so i'm just trying to find my way through. thanks! oh god, page 5 and upleveling, that's too much for one day...

    just some quick arm studies from the masters to get a general feel for the form and male/female arms. and a very rough 10-minutes-portrait for fun.


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Hey (again) Stine! You doing some improvement..

hm, Im just wanna know how many of those arm is based on reference, or
/and knowledge, cause on the very first ones there is just some muscles
everywere.
those who are in the middle seem abit deforemed, and last ones

also dont seem to be based on anything exept imagination, Im sorry if im
wrong..
You improveing , but keep to lifedrawings / references, to get it right first!

then try it differntly!

Keep it up! your doing well!

(sorry if I sounds different with what I use to, but I have seen my self that when I got those "Good" & even "Awsome"
then I wont get back to the paper, if someone tell me "Your not so good at that" or "hm, do some more of this"
Im sure getting back to the paper/ software to complete the request even if its not 100% I m just giving it
a try to improve, No one wanna get stuck with those cute "good" you want to have those, you know WOW AWSOME, 5 STARS
Comments, but you dont want em cause of that ppl think your art is "cute") You maybe have another thoughts of this,
but thats my opinion, and thats what makes me motivated to improve!
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    Your master study of the portraits are freakin awesome!! Similiar to what Hurricane has said and i'll say it again your portraits are improving speedily. Your arm studies are a bit morphed in a few of them the hands are too small and i can see you're not comfortable yet due to the repeated marks along the edges of them. Keep doing them i want to see more arm studies keep it up.
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    Hi stine as usual I really like what I see. Sometimes too much good advice is worse than none...so I will be the guy that just keeps encouraging you to continue making awesome drawings
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    Great line quality in all of these arm studies, the anatomy is pretty solid in most spots. They feel a tad off when they're forshortened, but still good over all, keep at it man!
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    really good studies! especially the later hands and arms, looks like you are getting better.
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    Nice work, I've no critique left in me, you're working on things at acomfartable
    pace it seems, as well as making progress. I'm lost for words other than keep it up ( someone take the needle off that broken record !!!!!AHHHHH!!! ). Sorry lost it for a second, anyone for tea and biscuits?
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    hey there, thanks for your comments!

    dile - in fact all the sketches were done from reference (mostly rubens) - possible that i got lost in the mass of new information. there's a lot going on with a single arm...

    ashrumm - thanks! yeah, very strange that i kind of "forgot" i had done several hand studies while drawing arms. i thought in the end it would all come together like a big jigsaw puzzle but i guess i was wrong there...

    ham-e - thanks a lot for your support!

    andy p - thanks, man! nice of you to stop by!

    poise - thanks for having a look! i'm trying...

    nii - haha, your post just made me laugh! i guess i've never used the phrase "keep it up" in my whole life as much as in the last 2 weeks... ! and i'm always for tea and biscuits.

    so, another small update. bridgman studies with the arms, trying to get it a bit better... and the usual "i-hope-i-don't-bore-you-to-death-with-my-studies"-portrait. this time from photo ref...

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    The portrait of the old guy look good but maybe you should have suggested that he has a mouth. I have never seen a person which mouth is completely covered with his beard. Nice studies the arms looks well but the hands aren't so well drawn.
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    OOOh you've been busy! Good stuf! The Bridgman drawings are well done...I'd love to see you take his methodology and do your own study based on it...that would be cool the portrait is up to your usual standard of excellent
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    Indeed very busy. Bridgman stuff looks very good, and I like the portrait in blue as well. Way to go dude!

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    Your Bridgeman studies are awesome, its good you are now approaching the human anatomy. Very cool stuff here, I agree with Ivan about the old guy he does need a mouth at least an upper lip but other than that it looks nice. Great update. Keep at it Stine
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    Those are some good studies, great to see you hard at work on them and manage to do something you like aswell. Choice!
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