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    Don't want to repeat another page 1...

    cutting this post up... First my studies of the arm... (Still needing more work here...)

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    Some Gesture Drawings

    Trying to learn how to master gesture and put that to work...

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    And a couple of sword designs... except for the second one... I really don't know what to call it... A Sw-ax?

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    Great going with all the studies. Seems you try a lot of different studies such as those organic round shape ones. I should try some of those as well for more loose organic shapes. I'll be watching you progress.

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    showing great movement from your base figure sketches, looking great
    “It is enough that we set out to mold the motley stuff of life into some form of our own choosing; when we do, the performance is itself the wage.”
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    Hey there! I can definetly smell imporvement.
    Hmm dunno what to say but try to vary the line wight a bit to push up the contrast...a bit thicker outlines where its darker and thiner where lighter...but anyway...
    Keep it up! Doing good....

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    WOW three replies! a personal best!

    Whitevillage & Runecaster: Thanks
    Blaz: Thanks; I gave that same bit of advice to someone else... Looks like I need to listen to myself more about my own work... again thanks.

    Now for an update;

    I got intrigued with Grim Reaper's Nightmare of the Week and came up with some thumbnails and a wip for the subject... I don't think I'll be able to crank out something quick enough for it... but I'll sure as hell try!

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    And a couple more studies
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    Later,
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    Man I love how crisp even your studies are. You definitely have control over your pencil!
    As far as critique/comments, I'd say every once in awhile try to set yourself a small goal and post a completed or close to completed piece once a week maybe? I dunno, I had a suggestion that maybe we could all enter a DSG once a week or a CHoW or COW or EotW or whatever. Just lemme know.
    Anyway, other than that, keep up the studies, I'll be following suit myself soon
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    Thanks Malakai, I do have a tendancy to jump between studies alot and not really finishing most... Right now I haven't had the time to concentrate on just one piece because I've been trying to hunt for a new place to live... (where I'm at really is horrible for gas mileage and I hope to get into the town that I currently work at, not only that but my family has killed about half a dozen cars in the past four years...) But as soon as I can, I have a commision that I have to dedicate myself to and I will show the progression as I work on it...

    As of the ...of the week idea, that actually sounds cool.

    But for now my entry to the Nightmare of the Week... the subject; most terrible way to die. {Burned Alive}
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    A slow week for me...

    I didn't notice this earlier Malakai but most of my drawings are totally pen, no pencil... Mostly been using bic pens because they have a bit more value control.

    A couple more sketches to keep things rolling along... Trying to keep the moss off this rock.

    First the good...

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    then the bad...

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    and the ugly...

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    Although I haven't been drawing as much as I should... I have been taking photos with the pinacle of ancient digital camera technology... A Sony 1.3 megapixel camera that takes 3 1/2 floppy disks... got it at goodwill for 3 bucks... Hey it's old but it works and it's better than some of the newer ones.

    I'll have to post up some of the pics as I filter through the meh and the ehh... Some will become the subject of paintings...

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    More sketches....

    A couple of Painter sketches tonight... First a small environment study that was done after a picture that was taken with the camera... although it did some bizarre light correction, i kinda liked the effect...

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    And after hearing about the late Gangus; I checked out his threads and was amazed at the level of his skills... It's a shame for someone so brilliant to have passed on. I decided to try my hand at painting something for the ChOW, although I doubt that I'll be able to make the weekly deadline... If at all I thought it would be just an interesting subject to try... This is my current WIP;

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    Curently just trying to sketch out the layout of the figures and planes... I was figuring something along the lines of the Hell's Angels or something to be thought of like Valkarie with either F4F-4s or P-40 Tomahawks (if I chose the former thought... I'll need to think a bit on this a bit more...

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    Sleepy but still working hard...

    First up a few more anatomical sketches... I need to do more of these...

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    Followed by some gestures and thumbs...

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    And finally an update to the Gangus tribute as well as an idea for a later project...

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    --(I had to agree with someone's crit on the foreground plane's horizontal alignment so I had it tilted just a bit to give it a bit more of a subtle dynamic movement...)

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    Now I need to get to work on the faces of these women... They are starting to look creepy...

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    Huh! really nice figures/ anatomy. How did ya learn that? How long did it took?
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