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    Practice w/ anatomy... please C&C!

    Welp, trying to spend some time developing areas I'm not so strong in. Anatomy is one of them. So here's a batch of drawings.

    Practice w/ anatomy... please C&C!


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    well in the first row.. the second woman.. her left arm. the muscle in her upper arm is off..

    the 4th woman in the first row.. unless shes leaning against the wall.. she slanted. but your art looks kinda stiff
    also.. all of your characters.. are just straight foward.. not dymanic....

    :3 why dont u create a sketchbook.. and post more.. :3 so everyone gets too see where you really are...
    i mean..they look okay.. but i think you can do better
    but its up to you..
    where do you think you lack...?
    what is you want to learn....?
    good luck to you

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    I think your doing quite well no out of the odrinary mistakes, just keep on practicing with ref, you can only improve. Nice work.

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    you've got the right idea here, good proportions and pose. I would like to see more action poses from you and less stationary, stand still poses. i've noticed that your hand studies are pretty good, but on the model it seems that you shy away from making they part of the pose. Continue working with you hands. I like what you got here keep it up!

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    Thanks for the crits! I would like to do more dynamic poses, but I'm not sure if that's getting too ahead of myself. Like, if it's questionable as to whether I know the basics, maybe I should try to get a solid feel for them first. Unless any of you think that's not the best approach?

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    well.. i dont think of it as getting far ahead... you'll never improve if you dont try..right

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