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    Can't go wrong with those Hogarth studies.... keep them up...

    good job on the life drawings as well... cant wait to see more environments

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    Thanks for the reply Looped Warrior. I like your mechanical studies, good luck with the figure drawing.

    As for environments, I guess it was a little coincidence since I did a quick environment concept with my markers before you posted. Later I scanned it and coloured the marker parts. Also used some textures to experiment with.

    Perspective study and muscle stuff again from Rey. And a very quick Hogarth head.

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    Awesome Studies!!
    I'm a fan of yours.....and the amount of work you are producing is midblowing...
    And its also inspiring for me....I'll also try and do much more sketching from now....

    Looking forward to seeing more of ur work....

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    Thank you rdsarna, I'm glad I motivate you to do more studies.

    Some landscape and backyard speed drawing studies I did yesterday on a bike trip and the backyard was from today.

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    Excelent studies here man... I see you have Gordon's 'How to draw the human figure.' The form looks great on these, I would like to suggest that you be careful of your line weight. Be aware of the light and dark sides of the form and make the lines corespond. A lighter line in the light and darker in the dark. If you have the same strenght line all around the object, it flattens the form.

    Keep on going man, I see a great amount of potential from you!

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    Thanks for the critique. I'll be more careful when adding strokes and keep in mind where the ligt comes from. I'm at the moment reading from Gordon's book, it's sometimes a tough read but when you know some of the bones and muscles, it's okay to understand and helps me bearing in mind how things actually work etc.

    Okay, some studies I did in the morning:

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    what a great improvement from even the beginning of the thread. Doing studies is the best way to learn - may I suggest holding your reference closer to your study? Your heads in particular are extremely skewed. Try turning the whole image upside down or backwards and just copy what you see -- try to forget it's a 'head' or a 'skull' and just pay attention to line, angle and shadow.

    You're far far more stronger with environments and perspective, they look fantastic! What you need to start focusing on is light and shadow - and perspective in coloring. In your Roman Villa image for instance, after you colored it, it became quite flat - because you didn't use any atmospheric perspective in your coloring. Warm colors are forward and cool colors recede - also the further something is away from us the less saturated it is.

    Here is a great CA thread with the basics http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=76955

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    Runecaster, thanks a lot for your indepth critique!!

    I agree that the heads are not my strongest part and that I keep in mind that they're heads when study drawing them. I will try out your method and post the result here, be it good or bad soon.

    It's cool you're so fund of my enviro's, I always believed it was not my strongest point with the figure part. I'm cool with the colour critique, ain't also my strongest part for now. So i 'll read that topic and experiment later with colours when I'm tired of anatomy and enviroment studies, which is for now my number one priority (not to say I don't want to learn color! ).

    Quick chest muscle study when I was slightly ticked off yesterday. I should'nt draw seriously studies when i'm ticked off, seeing the result...

    A fantasy landscape that just popped out of my mind after a boring rainy day. The mood tries to suggest after a rainy day.

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    Plant leafs and a cucumber from life and a upside down head experiment from Hogarth.

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    Man, your environments are amazing! I need some tips on building up sets hehe.
    Anyway, great work all so clean and beautiful. God, I feel outmatched in this SSG lol...
    Must think of it as a way to improve through peer critiques lol.
    Anyway, keep up the good work!

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    Wow! I love your anatomy studies and environments! you've got loads of good work here, can't wait to see more! how much do you draw a day?

    (Thanks for the reply in my sketchbook, I think I will get some French curves )

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    Good anatomy stuff. I started to learn anatomy myself a while ago and I always discover new things. Your studies look ver promising and I think you'll realy improve if you continnue with them!
    Just keep it up

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