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Always waiting to be better to post and recieve critique, realising how backwards that is now

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I really struggle with setting up construction for the head, trying to go about the loomis method
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I think you're handling the Loomis method fairly well in terms of theory. I'd say the proportions need a bit more work. I would like to suggest Dorian Iten's accuracy training, to supplement your current regimen. It might help you do a more confident assessment whenever you lay down a line.

http://www.dorian-iten.com/accuracy/

Good luck!

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(07-04-2017, 11:36 PM)John Wrote: I think you're handling the Loomis method fairly well in terms of theory. I'd say the proportions need a bit more work. I would like to suggest Dorian Iten's accuracy training, to supplement your current regimen. It might help you do a more confident assessment whenever you lay down a line.

http://www.dorian-iten.com/accuracy/

Good luck!
ahh thanks man, cutting out glasses from carboard seems a little silly but my proportions are garbage so I'll get off my high horse and try it out haha

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some silly doodles and gestures(if you could call them that) where I was trying to focus on the rib cage. Trying to learn some anatomy starting from the skeleton. I'm thinking I should of started with the spine first because that might help me place the rib cage better
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