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    I thought the modelling on the figure was where you needed the least amount of work, though a bit. Look up reference photos, structural anatomy books, and things of that sort to get the right shapes for foreshortened limbs. For the wings and hair, sort out the larg shapes rather than going right to detail. Shade the wing as if it were flat without feathers till the shape looks right, then add detail. Same for the hair. Good to see you updating.

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    Sketchgroup friendly reminder UPDATE!

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    Just a few excerpts from the 200 gestures TD. Most of the human skeletal gestures are from loomis, the others are reffed from various sources like books, magazines, my own hands and a few are made up.


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    Last edited by Cwn Annwn; October 8th, 2006 at 09:37 PM.
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    Dig it, you're back in the game. I couldn't really see the last one, a bit small of a post.

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    gj... keep doing those gestures!! dang i remember doing TONS of them from a magazine and started to go crazy. keep at it and focus more on form than the details

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    Heya Blue Sev, thanks for letting me know. I uploaded the wrong file. Fixed now.

    Hi Matt, thanks for the tips. I'll keep them in mind.

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    Hey Cwn Annwn, i like the gestures. I'd say try to do them without lifting your drawing instrument, it helps build energy and looseness into your gestures. How come you're all updatey now that you left the ssg? Keep it up.

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    She joined a new herd! I like the gestures but some of the lines look a little thick? Did you go over them or are you using a thicker lead?

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    heheheh
    critter hands.....
    good observation

    keepit up !
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    fishspawn - hehe, you can blame the gestures thunderdome.

    bluemech - yeah some of the lines are thick, I went over them a few times to try and make them look like the loomis examples.

    chaosrocks- hey nice of you to drop in. I'm trying to draw faster damnit. How much petrol do I need to pour onto the fireplace again?


    OK, some more gestures, this time for the Gesture #3 TD.

    Reffed from various animal books and some cats from real life courtesy of my kitties.

    CONAN smells distinctly like rotting fruit

    CONAN smells distinctly like rotting fruit

    CONAN smells distinctly like rotting fruit

    CONAN smells distinctly like rotting fruit




    I know, I know, I need to get started on more colour work. I'm working on it.

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    look a corgi!
    somehow this looks like a coloring book. I especially like the frogs. and the humping lions
    but the style is a little static rather than active.... good depictions but you need to loosen up grlfriend
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    Sue... beautiful drawings.. and it's so awsome to see you putting time and effort back into your drawings.. see you can do such awsome stuff if you put aside your "lazyness" you have solid line work, control and great eye for proportions. it's qualities lot of people envy.. *cough* me *cough*

    love the frogs.. sweeeet

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    VERY GOOD !!
    what bumskee said

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