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bigfooTrooper => yeah I know, I messed that one up, don't really know what happened there <_<
So I was in the mood today, lol, here's a big dump with some of my best work yet.
You should probably look at them from bottom to top, cause that's the way I made them.
woaaahh your improvement is going PRETTY BLOODY WELL!
I really love your loose sketchy style, use of ink (especially in those chairs and roses up there) and markers. keeeeep at it! it's looking lovely so far
What an overwhelming lesson to all artists! Be not afraid of absurdity; do not shrink from the fantastic. Within a dilemma, choose the most unheard-of, the most dangerous, solution. Be brave, be brave! - Isak Dinesen
Those charis leaning against the walls are awesome. I used to hate those asignments too but it looks like you nailed it.
Sometimes, with your life drawing you get these real loose, fluid lines going and I think that's when you are at your best. It feels more relaxed and confident.
Keep it up you are showing real progress.
neat stuff dude. I love the chairs. The gestures are fantastics. keep it up.
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ewing thank you so much
super skoda I still don't really like those chairs though :p
and you're right, I'm still growing in the use of fluid lines though, but I feel I'm improving, which is nice :p
Shalite Thank you, that means a lot
gutss Thanks man, you're a great motivator
here's some more
just keep studying and working man. your on the right path.
I relllysee improvement looking through this book! Keep doing figure studies, go through reems of paper on them draw light and focus on construction proportion placement forshortening before you worry about shading and rendering...dont press so hard let the pencil glide on the paper. I know your gonna do great your a natural!