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RedHotDobe

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Thanks! :)

I don't even really remember doing it, but I like it a lot! Totally not my style, so I'd love to finish it at some point. Maybe I'll just swoosh some eyeshadow over her and make her all pretty. ;) That was a really cool idea!
 

Kalyxa

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I'm not great at drawing, but I like to now and then. I am really bad at shadong and detailing, so I mainly do linearts.



This is a labrador profile I drew in 30 minutes. Not very professional, but I'm satisfied with it.

I'd love any advice I can get, I want to get better at drawing.
 

noludoru

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Thanks! :)

I don't even really remember doing it, but I like it a lot! Totally not my style, so I'd love to finish it at some point. Maybe I'll just swoosh some eyeshadow over her and make her all pretty. ;) That was a really cool idea!
Finish it. :mad:

And then I want a print of it!!!
 

Laurelin

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Same old same old for me. :)



Um yeah, the rock isn't that dark in real life, fyi. I made a boo boo drawing a green line across the page and tried to hide it. Looks good in real life, unfortunately you can still see it on the scan.
 

smkie

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Have you drawn the muscle man yet in class? I think mine is still in some closet box of one or another. YOur top fellow has a lot of potential. Your whippet looks worried.:) WHats worrying her?
 

smkie

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You would enjoy i am sure! I think i learned more from my life drawing then i did any other class in either jr college or the tute. THe muscle man was a figure about 3 feet tall without skin. He was laborious to layout, but it made a huge difference, like drawing the skeleton, once you work your way through it, it sticks in your head how the muscles lay and how they could look contracted. I was just given a beautiful book i will dig out tomorrow and write down the author and title. It has the bones and muscle postions of human, dog, horse, and a few others. To be honest i haven't sat down and gone through it as i should. I wish i wish i would have had it years ago. IF i ever get my eyes back it will come in handy. Not as good as a life drawing course but a wonderful next best.
 

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