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    heres todays poop, more polished turds, well hardly polished.

    Im kinda getting excited because I may have the opportunity to attend a class at the local art atelier. Its run by an anatomy whiz, one of those guys who has spent thousands of hours of studying anatomy and has a huge technical knowledge.
    The class goes for 3 hours, one of which he explains underlaying-sp forms, mainly muscles I think, and the next 3 hours life drawing.
    Im going to see an exhibition of his work this week so hopefully I will get a better understanding of what he does.

    crap scans as always, and 2 scans put together for the top page
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    nice arm studies .. I'm assuming those are reffed from your own arm?
    oh and have fun at the class


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    Oldnoobie-you would be assuming right, Those were done in front of a mirror!
    Thanks for dropping by!
    Pretty terrible drawing today, I feel quite ashamed posting it, but I need a bump, because i want some serious crits to get me on track.
    Tomorrow Im gonna work on my teen-tdome entry, lots of thumbs and stuff.
    I have the general idea, I just wanna make it "good".
    My dad is gonna teach me watercolours, so that will probaly be my medium of choice-
    -pooo
    on bottom page, bottom dude is from ref

    oh and you, reading THIS, GIMME SOME CRITS!
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    Very nice work. My personal favorite are your ink doodles.
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    Looking good man. Try loosening up a little. You have lots of time. If you keep going, by the time you finish high school, you are going to be a nasty ass artist.
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    Nice work Blanquish!
    You're making some sick progress.
    I have to start studying lighting and tones as well, just like you I'm having some trouble removing the lack of depth from my drawings
    Anyway, keep it up man! We're watching ;D

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    You rarely draw hands in your pictures.

    You should draw more hands.
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    OMG boy! I don't check on you for a few days, and look at you making such a huge improvement!!!
    I looove that weird... thing from post #63 and the creatures are looking much better, I'm glad I was helpful
    Arms and hands are getting there too, keep at those. I think your biggest problem now is legs and feet, and you shold try to apply more the things you learn from studies to the stuff you do from imagination, cause at the moment there's a very noticeable difference between the reffed and the non reffed stuff (specially on human figures).
    Oh but don't mind me too much, I mean, keep these things in mind, but take one thing at the time, go at your own pace. You're doing just great
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    hell yeah bro! these are looking very very good. big improvement. dont stop drawing, draw as much as you possibly can bro. i really really like what you're doing and it looks like you're starting to get pretty motivated. the only thing i noticed, and this will come with time, is becarefull of too much detail. it will can the drawing in a hurry. you want the form to pop out but you also want it to be a relatively quick read. detail is fun but use it wisely. eventually, you will find out what works and what doesnt. very nice render job overall though

    keep at it
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    Hey blanquish, thanks for dropping by my book. I can definately see improvement from your last thread to this one. You're doing all the right things, don't slow the pace!
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    Sup buddy,

    thanx for stopping by my book again mate!

    K bout form and depth: currently I'm feeling some of these don't have clear enough form, that is some things that should be round don't quite read like that yet. So establish the overall form before getting into the details. Remember that pretty much everything must have a light side and a dark side. Establish these two sides and remember that nothing on the dark side is ever as light as anything on the light side, and nothing on the light side is ever as dark as anything on the dark side. Try to create the basic form before you delve into the details to make sure the picture reads well. If you're unsure, squint at it and see if you can make it out immediately. If not, tweak it until it reads right first time.

    That said, you're making really good progress with your sketches. Some really promsing work, keep burning the lead mate!
    ciao!

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    Hi,

    You're one of those guys who gets better with every drawing.

    Best regards,
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    hey man, thanks for stopping by my SB earlier!
    I like what I see a lot, you managed to study a lot, and still keep up the imaginativ work. I have a hard time doing both.. haha need to organize I guess.

    Great stuff keep to it!
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