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    Thanks for sharing your articles, they are well written and on point. Also, great studies. Keep it up man!


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    thanks, ill keep at it and maybe do some ships to make it more fun, im also reverse engineering some concept art and enviros work with vps and finding out how each piece uses the perspective in the composition its kinda hard because i dont paint much and write alot but holy balls im learning thanks for the tips which is what im worst at.


    and youre right if the imbalance of the force of the other character is what you want to emhasize and that they are NOT equal then it works beautifully! ill be sure to come by when you post more stuff

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    conte
    Thanks, I´m glad to hear that you get something out of them.

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    You´re welcome!

    My panels for this month. The assignment was to draw a panel of a super heroine flying.
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    Wonderful stuff! Your articles are really on point. The way you convey information really gets the brain to format new ways to solve visual problems.

    Your figures feel really dynamic and fulsome too. I'll be digging through your SB for the next few days to absorb all of this wisdom, haha.
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    Wonderful stuff! Your articles are really on point. The way you convey information really gets the brain to format new ways to solve visual problems.

    Your figures feel really dynamic and fulsome too. I'll be digging through your SB for the next few days to absorb all of this wisdom, haha.

    Thanks a lot man! I got some new insights too while reading the articles on your website. I'll be keeping an eye on it.

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    Really lively characters here, good info every now and then

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    Thanks for dropping by .

    I spent the past weeks working on this tutorial. It ended up costing way more time than I had imagined since I had to go back and review a lot of basic stuff to make sure the information and drawing process was practical. After spending these last years delving deep into the subject of gesture drawing I realized that it is not as easy as one might first think. There are a lot of aspects to consider to draw a convincing gesture and then there is the challenge of combining it with shape and form without making a mess. That being said, this part just cover some very essential basics. In part 02 I'll discuss more advanced subjects and maybe I'll even need to write a part 03 afterwards to really weave it all into character design.

    The full version is available here: http://www.swendly.com/gesture-drawi...n-part-01.html
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    Some practice stuff, and a character design for my latest tutorial.Name:  Sketchbook pages_250.jpg
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    Damn... Your gestures and figures are so great Swen... Always interesting shapes and poses. Keep pumping out those sheets filled with gests'ies, they're fantastic and informative.

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    Thanks a lot Uiriamu!

    Practice stuff, might clean it up later.

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    It felt like I haven't updated in a long time, but it was only about a week ago. I've been doing some in depth studies on gesture drawing and shape design again. Giving feedback to other artists also helped a lot in figuring out some stuff. Enjoy the big dump.

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    your gestures are sick man,nothing to add more than that.

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    These are some of the best gesture drawings I've seen. They make mine look like someone dipped a piece of spaghetti in ink and threw it at a blank page. Inspirational stuff!

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    Those figures are amazing, how did you learn form???????????????????? Did you do like boxes, organic forms, cylinders or have you done more advanced perspective exercises for industrial designs. I been trying to figure out how much form knowledge I need to properly construct the human figure..

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    Thanks a lot for the kind words guys.

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    My first formal drawing education was in industrial design so I started by learning the technical way of drawing form. Whether you want to do technical drawings or not, I think that learning how to accurately construct and shade basic geometric forms is a wise decision.

    When dealing with the human figure however, form is just one part of the equation to get good results. You will also need to understand rhythm and shape design. Shape gives character to a form and keeps it from being generic. Rhythm ties all the body parts together and keeps them from feeling disconnected.

    A study of Frazetta for my monthly assignment on www.drawingforce.com. It´s been a while since I´ve studied any artist. I did two rough versions on two different days in an attempt to be more accurate in the second one, but when I put them on top of each other there was barely any difference. Since my focus was on capturing the energy of the figure through rhythm it seems that my experience of the drawing was roughly the same in both attempts. I´ll be cleaning up the second one later to study all those tasty lines that describe the forms.

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