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    Yo Daniel!

    Hogarth is the bomb hey? Also got two of his book - Dynamic Anatomy and Dynamic Figure Drawing. Once I finish off this module (this week) I'm going to start studying them intensely. Maybe we could do some joint study group or something, dunno.

    Awesome updates man, your pencils are really progressing awesomely. Your linework is topnotch, no crits there. Your shading is also great but I think it needs that little oomf to take it to the next level. If you are using pencil, you should use it according to how sharp it is maybe. Meaning, I always try to shade some parts or block in values before I sharpen it again. Right now it looks like you are shading with a sharp pencil... just a thought though.

    ciao mate, keep churning out the awesomeness?

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    Really nice update. How's Hogarth? Been meaning to check him out.
    No crits here, just keep it up!
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    TheGnoll: thanks, i'm just trying another approach around anatomy. Loomis wasn't the most adapted for me. I'm still not very confident about the things i learned from him.
    Marco: hehe, sure, just tell me when you can =)
    Hey Brendan! Yeah, i like how Hogarth shows exaggerated shapes. About the joint study group well sure... but i think i should know what it is first
    I see what you mean about the shading part. I often jump to quickly to the final value of the area, which just brakes the overall picture. I'll keep that in mind, thanks a lot!!
    Cup: hey ! Hogarth is like Loomis of Bridgman, just an artist that made books about learning anatomy. Looks for them on amazon, they're really helpful.

    So, just too quick things for today. Nothing interesting or good, just farting around.
    Don't other about the poopy second page, i did during my the morning break right in the middle of people shouting and screaming :/

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    Great work with the studies Dan. With the quality of your recent sketches I can't wait to see something finished!

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    wicked shit, as usual!
    thanks for you comment, man. Keep posting I really like the study of the horse!
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    woot, wtf totally LOVE your pencils!!!

    they are just fucking awesome!!!! post me some more PLZZ!!! i beg you.!!!

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    Like your work, a scary fella i saw, looks great¡¡
    Sorry for my poor english

    sketchbook

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    I so envy the way you draw eyes, fantastic. And the weight in some sketches is unbelievable, particularly this one - http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1162394928

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielC
    About the joint study group well sure... but i think i should know what it is first
    I have no idea myself really, just a passing thought. In fact coming to think about it I don't know how to make it practical....

    Actually like those sketches - they feel a bit looser than usual. Love the face on the right of that second page - it has a lot of personality in it! Can already start making out the rest of the face! 5 stars again (new user hehe )!

    ciao man, cya soon!

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    Dude, I seriously dig your pencil work. It really is nice and fluid and your shading is great also. I see your breaking in your tablet as well. Keep at it and maybe try to do a more finished piece on there.

    *bangs head on wall*...I seriously need to do more head studies...must stop being lazy...

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    Careful, some of these figures are a bit on the stiff side-

    But overall- ROCKIN like a mo' fo fa sho!

    Thanks for dropping by my book once in a while! =D

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    Awesome sketches man. Thanks for your continuous support of my book!
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    Great updates, i like the idea in this one http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1162760468

    I was just wondering do you using any specific kind of paper like bristol board to cope with the amount of rendering work you do?

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    love your studies! start updating more, also where ya been on msn
    i gotta show you some stuff you may find interesting !

    keep at it

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    brilliant sb! really great stuff goin on! onwards and upwards

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