FightingSeraph: thanks. no, i have no date ->
ohomoho: thank you. Its great to have you dropping some comments, too
Mischeviouslittleelf: good thanks then there has to be something not good
The Ham: thank you
Rosa: thank you and im honored that you decided to comment
ashess, the Ham: I disagree to the point that every line should stay as i set it. Atleast when this is a sketch were I am actually preparing a fine rendered painting. I don't correct much lines when I do croquis and posemaniac studies. Those practices to me is to get a more effective like. Ashess, you are right that the artist should exercise to get a powerful line that provides a lot of information. I do try, but I care of the overall result. As Ham suggests I work in building up the form and not only concern about outlining. I do try to make every line have a meaning, but looking at a person makes me translate him into hundreds of lines because of those tiny little overlappings and details.
DStraX: åh jeg har mer å gjøre
wookiedabo: I agree about the deltoids for sure. I suspected it after posting and after further discussions with my secret anatomy guru Ive done a couple of changes. New update soon.
as I've started up painting more these days, here is a pose warmup. I must admit that I think the lines here went extremely more loosened up and playful than earlier. It must be a sign of relief or satisfaction because of completed projects and exams etc What do you say, mr Freud?