CR Faerber: Thanks man, and yeah work all the time, it's the only way!
amaranthxx: Hey that's awesome Bridgmans Guide is really one of the reasons I'm here today. But, for other things, I've never really studied any sort of perspective texts, I'm under the impression that it's one of thsoe things that comes naturally if you just observe enough, and do enough studying. In terms of anatomy, one of my all time favourites is Vanderpoel's "Human Figure", uhm Loomis' figure drawing is also pretty good, although I am kind of hot and cold with that one. Michael Hampton, Figure Drawing: Design and Invention, is really great, especially if you're looking for a nice way to construct your figures, Vilpuu's Drawing manual is great as well. In some ways it's similar to Hamptons, but I find it to be less rigid. Now, I'm not saying you can, but if you do a google search...all of these might just come up as pdfs. But I never said anything. Haha...but overall, all the books in the world don't really help if you don't suppliment it with looking at actual people, I love, lovecastle.org they have a gesture drawing tool...places like pixel lovely have it too. I'm just partial to the one I mentioned. Anyway, good luck XD
Eternal Apprentice: Haha thanks man...I've got some studies to put up later in the night. YAY
Hey guys, here's a quick WIP. Hope you enjoy it, gotta love the Brad Rigney blue. XD