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    Hey Rblitz, tnx for your enthousiastic words in my SB.
    Your loomis stuff is inspiring. Don`t forget to train you imagination as well
    skill w/o imagination can be pretty dry stuff.
    I quite like what you`re doing with these form wise
    http://img72.imageshack.us/img72/3982/burne1pv.jpg

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    Thanks for stopping by my SB and commenting Banshax!

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    Hey rblitz

    Thought I'd stop by and return the favor. I like what I see! Definitely am loving the life drawings. I noticed a few comments about smudging - if you want, try getting some Krylon (or any brand, really) Workable Fix and spray it in layers. This technique works well if you're working on larger pieces with a lot of time involved- you just have to keep in mind once you spray, you can't go back - you can only add.

    I would love to see a nice figure drawing with a really full range of values - I think you could do it!

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    ur perspective appears to be off on the table in your life drawing thatll make a huge difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gbertek
    ur perspective appears to be off on the table in your life drawing thatll make a huge difference
    if your reffering to the top book, I just noticed that.

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    Very very good life studies! the last update have a good rendering technique!
    Great SB!
    Keep more updates man

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    Thanks a lot Dreamworker!

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    Pretty good life drawings, good proportions and rhythm. Crits: It's difficult to be sure but the ellipse on that cup holding the pencils looks off. Maybe it did look like that in real life, maybe not. Go over perspective again if you haven't, specifically circles. Scott Robertson has a good perspective dvd on the gnomon website. The other thing is that sometimes the rendering doesn't read as light and shade but as smudges. This one reads okay http://img309.imageshack.us/img309/2715/6uo9.jpg. This one not so much http://img136.imageshack.us/img136/3530/noses8is.jpg. The thing to remember is that the lighting should describe specific types of forms: round, angular, or somewhere in between. Found this link in "Finearts, studies..." http://basangpanaginip.blogspot.com/...downloads.html. The most important ones to download are the Villpu Drawing Manual, and Wir Zeichnen den Menschen.

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    Hey thanks a lot armando! Yeah I was struggling with the top of the cup for a while but I had to move on, my next drawing of a cup will be better. Thanks a lot for the link to the .pdf's too, really useful.
    Woo page 2!

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    Hi rblitz7! Great stuff here! I really like your studies and life drawings. Pics in 8th and 52nd posts are awesome - absolutely great work! Keep posting!

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    Your figures look good. I see that you are drawing big. My oppinion is that drawing on large paper forces you to draw from the elbow not the wrist, something I need more practice on. Unfortunatly I can't afford to buy large sketch pads. [sigh]

    You want to go to school for animation? Cool! So do I! It looks like you are studying a lot of the same stuff I am. You are lucky to be taking lots of classes. I started my first class last spring, I've been drawing with only books for a long time so I envy your instruction. Keep at it. This world needs more good animated work. What sort of stuff do you plan on doing? Do you want to make your own, or work in a studio? Where did you say you were going to school? I didn't quite catch it.

    Anyway, keep up the good work. Looks like you have a very good start (better than me at least).

    P.S. I like the MasterChief avatar, is it your own work?

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    Ulver: Thanks a lot man! I will be posting soon.

    Q-Caddlewick: Thanks so much for the kind words! You dont have to buy big pads to draw big, try recycled paper, newsprint, or buy from ebay. As far as my education and goals go, I hope to attend Ringling School of Art and Design and one day work as an animator for feature film or games. Maby Imageworks or Bungie. Regarding my avatar, I unfortunatly did not make it...its Halo 3 concept art made by Isaac Hannaford from Bungie Studios
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    Thanks for taking a peek in my sb! Awesome studies and your life drawings kick arse. The sp is looking cool aswell. Keep it up, you obviously have talent.

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