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I just joined CA and was thinking of putting the large amount of life-drawing I do under a sketchbook... but I figure this is more appropriate. Any suggestions and critiques are most welcome.
Most if not all of these are 20 minutes or less
Are these from a life drawing class or an open session without instruction?
That's good that you're getting instruction. I can recommend a few good books if you want.
Cool man, I hope that some of these might be useful:
Many of my friends who are much more experienced than me recommend this book as the best:
Andrew Loomis: Figure Drawing For What It's Worth
I was able to download mine online for free, here's a link,
+ this site appears to have all of the books!http://acid.noobgrinder.com/Loomis/:
Robert Beverly Hale's books analyzing old master drawings have helped me immensely. I'm not trying to sell books or anything(I got mine from the library at first) but here's the link anyways.
Here's the last one, maybe you're already doing the exeercises from this one:http://www.amazon.ca/Natural-Way-Dra...ref=pd_sim_b_3