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    JennyDavis, Linnaine: Thanks for coming by.

    Trying to get myself drawing actual people. I'm going back and looking at Loomis, and a little at Brigeman. They are so bad, but I am starting something.

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    re

    Nice eye studies. I still have a hard time myself relating life drawing of a real eye and then applying it to anime style. I'm not sure if it's because it's so stylized or that the eyes in anime characters are more oval shaped than a normal round.
    Make a sketchbook happy, feed it a tip to improve!

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    Hi there! Long time no see XD

    I saw so many great improvement, I like the studies (including the manga; it's interesting to see the difference between realistic art and the uber-mangaesque one, and master both )

    I like your last studies too XD

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    Pigeonkill: I don't have too much of a problem, probably because I started to learn drawing from animated eyes (namely Disney and a few animated based series), but I also know the form of the eye. It isn't too much to stylize it if you know what's important. Good mangaka still follow anatomy, even if stylized.

    Trefle: Yeah, it has been a while. Where've you been? Thanks for the compliments. I need to get back to doing more studies.

    Gestures for the most part. Will try to get some other exercises and drawings in tonight, but may not go up until tomorrow.

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    Doodles for future items. One for a fan project, the other two for the latest Lingmerth challenge. All ballpoint pen, it just works for brainstorming pics.

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    30 sec gestures, 2min gestures/studies from ref, and an attempt at the CHOW.
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    nice improvement since the beginning, also like your chow sketch, the charaktar fits the description very good!

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    I'm getting tired of this thread, so I'll be starting a new sketchbook soon. In the meantime, this one is closed.
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