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Old 01-04-2007, 10:17 PM   #1
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Awful Proportions!! Can Someone Help?

Hi guys,
I drew this character in different poses, which were just fine. i mean routine work that you do. But when i comes to Image planes,(Which i have never drawn before) man!! its hard. i just can't get the proportions right!. It looks really awfull!. am posting half of the character that i drew for image planes, with a pencil. can anyone help me out here!?. I am really stuck with this one.Whats wrong! well i don really know whats wrong. but it definetly has lots of issues. see for your self.

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Since you are working on a very muscular figure, try comparing your drawing to the photos here:

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