Ethan Karnopp: Thanks, ya that last piece in that post was just a 20m warmup. No color studies tackled yet..sooo scared of potential frustration.
Chas: Thanks, and thanks for the motivation to study legs. for some reason i was avoiding it.
heres some girls heads cause I suck at them, and leg study.
more study after studying some more legs in unscanned work
Yeah, heads are hard (i know, hence why i'm always doing some weird reptilian creature).
Nice work with the leg muscles, I know how hard it can be to find a decent reference image for muscular structure. You wouldn't think so, but then when you try to find one....
hah tanks alot , your stuff is coeming along really nicely too :]
You started taking art REALLY seriously!Awesome work,in every aspect of it!
May I ask how old are you?
I am a very beginner at figure drawing...Can you give me some advice in my sketchbook?
Thank you,and keep rocking!
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nice stuff... even if it is old XD If you're still alive I'd like to see you post more. haha
Thanks for the comments guys.
@Lapada: thanks, that's really cool
@DSmith: I did take it really seriously and had a job change that didnt allow me as much time as I wanted. I am just now getting back to daily sketching and stuff and trying to make my first real portfolio.----I'm 26
@Bummer6:Heres a couple quick things that I've started up again. I will be adding two more today.
this is sweet, keep it up. i'd agree with Chas up there too though about the proportions especially the thigh area, proportion is difficult but super important. i'd say keep in mind the shapes and sizes in relation to the rest of the body while your plotting it out and keep up drawing figures from life and photos. maybe look at some skeletons's too? it all helps
Wow, man. I love your work, especially the pencils on the first page. You've got a GREAT feel for lighting, and I really like how your pencil strokes look very purposeful. I definitely feel that your pencils are stronger than your digital stuff, but that goes for myself as well.
One crit: on the guy with the bare skull above, it looks a bit like his face is lower than it should be, given the size of the skull, and also that maybe his face is too big for his head. But I LOVE the concept!
Looking forward to seeing more!
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