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cgmythology: Thank you for your support, friend!

Lately, I've been focusing a lot on anatomy and figure drawing. I try to make sketches on time as often as possible. I want to learn to better understand and draw a figure from the head. Below I will attach a couple of sketches. Maybe someone has ideas or criticism on how best to convey the "liveliness" of the figure and gesture?

Here are some sketches:


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#42
From the head. Idea and lineart.

In the process, a few more pencil portraits. And of course anatomyyyyy))


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#43
Yooooo boys!)
I'm learning the render)

I just draw everything that comes to hand. Another jar and a pack of cigarettes are next.


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#44
Loving your latest figure sketch, very cool style! Great studies as well with your latest digis, nice and clean with some great brushwork and color choices! Keep it up!

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#45
Rendering studies are looking good. I really like the acid colours in the backgrounds on the second set too, it would be cool to see some of that vibrancy make it's way in to your portraits.
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#46
cgmythologyMutley: Thanks!)
Portrait sketches:


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#47
hm...


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#48
Nice portraits, especially building up the skin tones in the first one with all the colour contrasts and use of acidic colours / saturation.

The landscape piece has a great sense of atmosphere - you can feel the cold. Was it done from imagination? It looks like your portraits are a mix of studies from photos and ones from imagination, working that way in landscapes too might help.
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#49
Loving the recent studies, solid brushwork all around. I think what could benefit you more is to push form and lighting more when shading for a more 3D look as your values are looking a bit flat at the moment. Keep it going!

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