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    Re-Fried Roadkill

    Stopped by to see what you are up to and
    thank you for stopping by my thread and
    feeding the fat monkey.

    I see your making steady progress and
    your work has improved a great deal
    with every post.
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    yepp nice anatomy studies , i really like the sketch quality in these thumbnails, a little tipp , always make perspective construction lines first when you do figures from mind not in ian 2 d view. keep it up.
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    Lacadam: Thanks, yes the women you saw in my sketchbook are intended to be like that. I'm so full of fetish.

    Mentler: Thank you for stopping by. I'll try my best to do more studies.

    GhoblinShark: Thanks, it'll do next time!

    Something different; lately, I spent most of the time on some projects, this illustration is one of them You can see more in the Sketches and WIP forum. Here is the direct link: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho....php?p=1540615
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    Finally something to show, i haven't been very serious lately about my studies, but I promise to do more of them how ever!
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    great sketchbook, lots of great studies and I like your shading.. good stuff.
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    UriL: Thank you kindly.

    Ears done with different media, mouths and a failed attempt at drawing a figure from Gordon's book. All from the same book by the way.
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    Started since 2 posts ago with Hogarth's Dynamical Anatomy. I get the idea it's at times too stylished, reference for workflow is great though.

    Character from Post #4. She's a tall amazone kind of cat. Anyway it's fun to see the differences from today to the one from March 31. Nipples where added to give proper definition. No reference used, i'm happy to see it's not for nothing those studies.
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    Character potraits from mind, A3 size neck muscle study, skull looking down and inked with G-pen and some environment thumbnails from reference.
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    I'm maybe going to work this out by redrawing it etc. Just a concept for now.
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    Some good old Bridgman studies, try to do a series of the from Complete guide to drawing from life.
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    i like your cloth study idea.I'm going to do something like that.
    learn anatomy in a way that you can apply it to your own drawings.
    when you are drawing a character in perspective,you can first draw a box to set up your character easier (read looms book to learn it better)
    and i have a suggestion to (but you can refuse it )
    try to learn realistic head drawing before getting into the anime
    at all,you are doing it well.keep it up
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    hmanafi: Thank you for your reply. I experimented a while a go with boxes , I had some trouble getting the perspective and body parts look more natural, but I will look into it some time. Same goes to the head drawings, I'm aware of the anime influence in my work yes. It's something I like, but I'm not afraid to look past it.

    Alright then! This is the last post of the year, have some Bridgman and a happy and artistic new year!
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