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Old 02-10-2013, 06:42 AM   #166
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Great anatomy drawings and really cool figure sculpts, got some inspiration from your stuff, thank you for sharing!

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Old 03-31-2013, 09:55 PM   #167
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The sculpts are great!
Really good to see the interesting variations.

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The sculpts are great!
Really good to see the interesting variations.

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Old 06-10-2013, 03:19 AM   #169
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Hey mister3d,

I seen your figurative sculpture work. I like them but would suggest a way to take your studies further by having natural muscle mass characters. Meaning some characters that are less muscular and hardly toned in muscle, maybe try even using all the basic average body types and exaggerating them to your likings. I would suggest to try more female characters as well to develop an understanding of perception in all character types and genders. Great works nonetheless.
 
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Hey mister3d,

I seen your figurative sculpture work. I like them but would suggest a way to take your studies further by having natural muscle mass characters. Meaning some characters that are less muscular and hardly toned in muscle, maybe try even using all the basic average body types and exaggerating them to your likings. I would suggest to try more female characters as well to develop an understanding of perception in all character types and genders. Great works nonetheless.


Greetings! Thank you for taking your time to give me feedback. I'm fully aware I need to improve, so I completely agree with you. Especially at realism in terms of not making it schematic. I wanted to take drawing classes from live posing already, but I'm busy with other stuff... hopefully later this year. If I'm into making characters this year, I want to take it to the next step.
 
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