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    Hi all, this I am new here, it's been a long time since I spy this forums, one year and half actualy, all you do is damn great, that me me keep my motivation to draw everyday.I post today first to progress more, ( sketsh are gona be less and less ugly I hope)and also to get a better english.
    I post some sketch from life mostly,
    Hope you like it

    practicing sketchbook, over and over again

    practicing sketchbook, over and over again

    practicing sketchbook, over and over again

    practicing sketchbook, over and over again

    practicing sketchbook, over and over again

    practicing sketchbook, over and over again

    practicing sketchbook, over and over again

    practicing sketchbook, over and over again

    practicing sketchbook, over and over again

    practicing sketchbook, over and over again

    don't be scare to give me advice or coments
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    excellent figure poses, although some anatomical study wouldn't be bad, Andrew Loomis 'figure drawing fro all its worth' would be good.

    As I wondered around my flat this morning I realised, Although, I'm in the process of studying anatomy myself, and can draw more a less to a degree quite well, what I see, I realised I needed to be able to understand the physical mechanical dynamics of anatomy.

    How the muscles actually look when someone is stretching, croutching or running. Basically beig able to understand how to draw the muscles when they are in the transitional states of either being extended or contracted.

    Being able to capture the degree of relaxation of compression. For example your 3rd to last drawing, the man posed in doing a press up or gettingup from a laying down position. His elbows I'm sure are not so angular nor are his for arm muscles contained in that shape, its hard to see where they are conracted or extended.

    hope that helps
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