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    Well i decided to appease you people...


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    Well I'm actually trying to take advantage of the whole Point of doing loomis sketches with paper and pencil. Linework. I'm trying...

    The second piece is a wip.

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    way ta bee keep up the good work MaxoftheSouth

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    Pretty much tired of pencil... ugh...

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    For the sake of a measly update... heres the only digital thing I've done since Saturday.

    I swear to all of you that I have been working hard on some killer anatomy studies, (not just manikins) and I think you'll like em when I get them scanned. Now that I have a new sketchbook, the pencil is my friend again...

    Could you tell that i edited out the glasses? sorry... I'm just being a little kid...

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    Good stuff to see all these manikins! I gotta find the time update here too! Its such a pain photographing...especially the fact that I have so many sketches...also great beard lol. Sometimes, I use the tablet to clear up my complexion, or give me a tan, but I never thought of facial hair! lol, can't wait to see the update!

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    Krigbranns Picture Book
    the knees are'nt level on the first fram and the mussles on frame #2 look rushed. you need to take more time drawing per picture.

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    Today I was attempting to sign a W4 form when a very odd thought occurred to me. I have god awful pen/pencilmanship.

    I don't know whats up with this... I have never been able to write good. I can write pages of notes and stories, but no one can read it. I even type awkward. In general I have awful fingers and coordination. So the question comes to mind:

    Is my line-work so bad because I just don't practice, or maybe its because I just don't have good hand coordination? A silly question I know... but this is really bugging me.

    Well anyway, while you ignore that question, take a look at my update. I have a brand new sketch book so the first two are much bigger than they appear. The third is copied from a piece of Idiot Apathy's digital art. His is beautiful and if you haven't seen it, do so.

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    PS, leadster, I tried that thing with ordering the info on Vehicles from Car companies. I got a booklet from GM and a couple really nice Hi Res Posters of the GTO and new Camaro. I smell a new project. !O_O! Thanks for the tip man.

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    Well some say that penmanship is a reflection of confidence in stroke...your penmanship changes with age and thereby experience in life...
    If you apply that in art, its very common, everyone's first sketches are many short rough sketchy lines...but experienced artists draw with one thin stroke, no problem because of their confidence and practice...
    So in theory to improve your penmanship...gain more confidence in signing things by practicing penmanship...its not as crazy as it sounds...although most school don't teach it anymore...I spent a day one time just developing my artistic signature...and I'm still changing it! It should reflect your style. But the most important thing to remember is that no matter how cool the signature, you better have amazing work to back it up...

    No problem on the car tip, I use it all the time...and apparently I'm in the market for a new hummer h3 ^_^ (just got that one yesterday)...
    oh and I saw your comments on Amontillado's sb, and I gotta say, I love ya dude...i laughed so hard..."You're a girl?"...i didn't figure it out for a while either (i think it was her word choice on her replies...or the subject matter she drew...idk, she has a feminine stroke i guess? Haha,idk... (BTW, thats not an insult Amontillado! I have a great respect for your work, if you see this!)

    But I think I am adding Amontillado to my sig with just "You're a girl?!" after it...whaddya think?

    PS...have you been using porn to do anatomy studies? Just outta curiosity...cause that last one was pretty racy...lol

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    Good idea, the drawing of the bone structure to build up the body. Is that from Loomis then?
    Anyway, keep it up ^_^ thanks for the help in my SB too ^^
    P.S. on that last pic, maybe draw some kind of borderline for the top of the tights, looks like she's sprouting hairs good work though.
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    Thanks Aila, and you do have a good point. I don't really want to fix it since it isn't an original picture. Actually i added that part so i guess i made it worse in many different ways...

    And To Leadster, i said it was copied, its only as erotic as the original artist intended. And I gave credit. I think all that stuff about handwriting and penmanship might have been better described by you... but i do think i have a slight handicap since my hands do have very poor circulation. Seriously... they are purple.

    These are some stuff I've been working on. The first is just a pic i did as a male anatomy study. The second and third are Frank Frazetta inspired drawings. All three were pictures taken with a camera because it difficult to make that paper fit into my scanner...

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    Hey there, jst found you posted in my sketchbook and i'd like to return the favour. The figures you've been drawing look pretty good, watch out for proportions and balance, she'll be right. About your question concerning penmanship, i guess in the end it's mostly a matter of time and experience. Though it does help if you're not afraid of fucking up now and then.

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    I was just messing with ya man, it's good that you're drawing the anatomy. The male study on this last update is great, proportions are spot on and I like the motion and shadows in the cape. Well done! Also the Frank Frazetta work really captures light well, its a great way to learn about how lights hit the body and where muscles create shadows. Great stuff.

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    Ahh ! Which book from Loomis teaches the guide on drawing human anatomy ! Tell me anyone ! I'm dying !
    Riefdy's Sketchbook

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