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    Thats awesome what your doing with the clay! the eye looks cool.


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    Beonarri, I`l definatly will look into the skull idea. Also it helps with form a lot. Heck Im even gonna use it for char. research n design. You did the whole skeleton? omg dude!
    Dreamworker, I agree, its encouraging to see you like this experiment, I wasnt sure at the start of it.
    rblitz7, tnx for stopping by, i really like what you`re doing in your sb.

    Gonna try to color it.
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    Bones n muscles, the human is kind of pathatic, heck no use being scared for making mistakes
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    ehehe The first image seem an old Italian comic ( Totò )
    The study are good beginning, but I think that the lower art of the uman skeleton are too short, instead the cat is good.
    Keet it up, cheers

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    Cat, I'm a ktty cat, and dance, dance, dance...oh, sorry...
    Nice studies, the cat is really nice. Good to see that anatomy poppin' up.
    Keep up the good work!

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    Amazing progress man! So far so good.
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    SoFA - bone doc's lair. great place to learn figure drawing and anatomy

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    solid studies going on here, seems like you are very determend, and as long as you are you can get anywhere you want to
    I would recommend doing daily SPs, its probobly the most valuable routine for any beginners.

    Anyway, keep this hard work up man!

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    Dreamworker, hey thats cool! you are right. I still screw it up if i dont measure. once again tnx for your kind words
    Beonarri, Hehe Your kitty kitty sentence sent a big grin to my face
    Isair, You`r statement has been flying through my head whilst drawing..amazing.. well i`m not sure but its sure encouraging to hear. I wont dissapoint you with this post.
    Archipelago, I`ve taken your advice and did 6 small onces throughout the day. Gotta do em more often caus man... hahahaha, man I still dont understand half of it. tnx though!

    SP`s, Anatomy of man.. and cat...
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    Gestures...
    some
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    some more..
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    even more..
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    more!
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    some more damnit! Who said you could relax!
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    even more!! well.. who said you could?
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    better make em count private!!
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    these drawings are REALLY tiny, the outlines are done with a sharpened tip of a pencil
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    Those are cool! You could use those little silhouettes to get really neat action drawings. I do that all the time.

    And...

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=dP_tfVGKxdE

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    hey u doing great keep it up
    good luck
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    Cool gesture studies Banshax. Keep in mind the weight and balance on the figures though. Don't push yourself too hard bro. It's the best time to stop while you are tired but still want more. Or you are more likely lose interest and draw less the other day.
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    Animation assignment
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    the general idea..
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    from youYungs post, newsphoto
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    sword cutting somethin,
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    quick heads while waitin
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    animation expression research for my asignment
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    Nice "sword cutting through something".

    I would suggest you look at a book entitled "Facial Expressions" by Mark Simon.
    Its got a lot faces of varying ages and races.

    Here's a linke: http://www.amazon.com/Facial-Express...e=UTF8&s=books

    Keep it up!

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    You're improving all the time, keep it up! Watch your volume though. When drawing heads, sketching a quick skull beneath it usually helps me keep it from becoming too 'wonky' (dunno of that's even a word). You're getting there.

    Anyway, great job on the studies. Seems you're getting a hang of the expressions and I love those little gesture drawings Rock on mate!
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    Whoa studies are demanding time, its great though. I dont even draw less.

    Hey spats, tnx mate, much apreciated. WIth the kid I lacked the skill, I`ll keep working on it.
    Beonarri, Its on my list. I think not too far from now I`ll get it.

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    4 legged freak - Cat. Its a rush job but turned out decent enough. gonna animate quadruped walkcycles for class pretty soon so gotta finish it asap.
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    Yeah, it's a great book!
    Those cat sketches are nice. Very fluid. It's nice to see you take are real creature and stylize it.

    Keep it up!

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