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    ah...the pelvis, demon bone of the human body! the studies look really good, but i'd like to see u try freehanding it from various angles. ees tricky, but really good practice

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    Lovely gestures and bones. Keep studying that pelvis bone! Its a hard one to manage
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    Stark - lol, dude. Ima keep trying It's hard work getting the stiletto walk quite right.

    squidmonk3j - thanks for the tip man, I don't think I can quite picture the hip bone completely in my head yet, but that will definitely be on my to-do list.

    Duq - thanks dood, u keep it up too! Race you~


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    Ok, now stuff from Bridgman... erm I noticed I get carried away and the legs dont really attach to the torso, like they're skewed...dammit...
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    more bridgman...
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    Nice bridgmans! And nice sense of proportion as well :o With the gestures I would say to check the weight distribution. But you are also doing the pelvis bones and torso studies, so the weight will be better!

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    You captured the bridgman nicely. His style and everything looks amazing here. Good refs and studies. I need to get back into doing that shit myself. Gonna buy another big SB this weekend if possible or next week sometime.

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    Heyyyy, looking good!

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    hmmmmmmmmm cool figures, way better than mine :G

    Now let's see some pencil renderings, you don't have many :Y

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    Your figures are really improving. I am jealous of your unreffed thumbs as well.

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    hello, there is something really nice and solid about your linework, it is delicate and expressive. Now we need stuff with shadowing
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    Hey Cmw! Love your pencilwork, it's very precise/stylish. This could just be me, but if you commit to some really solid darks in your sketches (in key shaded areas, for example) it would really make the line art pop.
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    very cool sketches, keep up drawing.
    I like the horse and the fruits they're beautiful

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