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    one-week-anniversary :)

    went back to a little anatomy to get rid of things i have the tendency to do wrong: making the space between nose and upper lip too long and not getting the nose-base right...


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    Hi there nice sketches and studys

    be carefull not to concentrate on heads (or anything else) too much. if you do so you might get stuck and you will have problems to get a balanced overall feel

    just jump in the cold water and do some fullbody drawings (we can´t say worse things then "you suck go home" ^^)

    btw: my first postings of fullbody pics were grose, a shame, terrible and much more
    but people will help you!
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    Hey there Stine, neat sketchbook, loving the pencils.
    Have to say Fridtjof is me fave drawing Like the lighting on the bugger.

    Keep it up. Till next time.
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    keep the studies up they are looking good. I find that pushing my knowledge and trying to draw the head at difficult angles improves your knowledge of the form and makes it much easier to draw. also try not to focus just on the head. start doing some studies on the body too.
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    thanks a lot, guys!
    since two of you suggested to "jump" to full figure drawings, i guess i'll try it over the weekend. guess the first ones will look really weird since i've never done such drawings, but anyway. would be great if you could help me a little with them...
    nice of you to visit again. oh, and infinit: i'll try and draw a selfportrait - sorry i didn't get it at first, i remembered knowing the 'abkürzung' the moment i read your comment in my guestbook.

    see ya!

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    Keep at it man! You've got great potential!
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    oh, thanks so much, xpose!
    you guys can really keep my motivation-level high! greatly appreciated!

    so, here's my very first attempt in figure-drawing. i studied michelangelo, raffael and leonardo yesterday night and wanted to draw some of them. but then i watched a second-world-war-refugee-documentary on tv - they zoomed in photographs really slowly and i thought i could draw a little in that time.
    after that i refined it with correct proportions etc.
    well, it's a starting point, right?


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    Your first ones rock! I like the note taking too.
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    thats a good begining
    the anatomy looks right, too

    on the internet I got a "aküfi" -> "Abkürzungsfimmel"

    http://www.orlyowls.com/owls/orly.jpg
    http://www.orlyowls.com/owls/old/yarly.jpg
    http://www.orlyowls.com/owls/old/nowai.jpg

    keep it up! watching you like you bring up these pics daylyis great

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    the sketch of your mom looks great!
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    thanks a lot! just came home from work and will finish another page i started this morning... hope i can post it tonight!
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    so, there's my new page -- just getting used to the full figure proportions by drawing small silhouettes. these are much more forgiving for a beginner like me, but i'm planning to go into the details, don't worry!
    oh, it's from photo-reference, old photos from the 1920's. each person took me 2-5 minutes. yeah, i know, i'm pretty slow, but it's only day 08...


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    good
    you really show talent when it comes to figure drawing
    I rly don´t know what scared you that much
    I esp like the way you shade, it makes your figures very lifely

    the legs of the policeman with the "pickelhaube" look odd, too thin and far apart imo

    I esp like #2 counted from top
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