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2 question: how to keep track of all the skill an artist should learn while training how to capture the strenhghts of an artist while doing master studies
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Hi Jeff, what is the best way to mimic a three hour class in the online program from home?
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Skull study
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hello everyone I'm practicing skull, I'd love to receive critique and advice.
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Figure drawing
2yr
Critique please
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Head sketches
2yr
Critique me please
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Gesture drawing
2yr
hello everyone, I'm practicing the gesture and I wanted to ask for some advice and criticism to improve
valerio
2yr
Hello everyone, I'm practicing head drawing, structure anatomy etc. I am studying from a Glenn vilippu course, new masters academy, I found it very useful and I think that I am learning the basic concepts of structure and plans, but I have noticed some difficulties in capturing the likeness, I would like to get some advice under this appearance (and in general).  furthermore, if you can recommend sources that could strengthen my knowledge, I would be very pleased.  Thanks everyone for the advice.
Anubhav Saini
Can you share the corresponding refference so I could give a critique
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valerio
2yr
Hi guys this is some head drawing from some master. Please critique me
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Head structure
2yr
Ho guys, this is some anatomy and structure head drawing, please critique me.
Gabriel Kahn
Damn, you don't have to flex your phone on us. :P Anyways, nice work so far. Your rhythm is pretty nice. I feel like that your lines are a bit too light. Once you get the gesture right, try to strengthen the most prominent lines. It will make the sketch much easier to understand. Also, some of your drawings seem like they are off-balance. To fix that, make a vertical line from the sternum. That line should also hit the heel of the leg, which you have the weight on. If it's not hitting the heel, the body is probably unbalanced. Hope I could help! Keep up the great work! :)
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valerio
Good tips👍
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valerio
2yr
Please critique me
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Figure drawing
2yr
Hi guys hear some master study of figure drawing, please critique me
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Head lay in
2yr
Ho guys this is a head lay in, any critiques? (2 value)
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Head lay in
2yr
Ho guys this is a lay in done with the Reilly method, any critiques?
valerio
What about Mark westermoe corse on nma, is that good?
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Reilly method
3yr
best resources for studying reilly's method?
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Gesture pratice
3yr
Ho guys any critiques?
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Skull study
3yr
hi guys, I've done three skull studies from the three main angles. Any tips to improve my anatomy skills?
Jessica Harrison
You've got a great start Valerio! I'm liking the line variety you've got going especially in the second one. Similar to what Arthur said, I'd say practice some head anatomy more. Andrew Loomis is a great place to start as he breaks down the head in a clear and simplified way. Also check out using the Reilly Method to help in construction and getting the face (this will work for the figure as well) to tie together from side to side. The little drawing I included is a trace over of your second drawing using a combination of the Loomis head and the Reilly Method. One thing when studying Fechin, is to be watchful of how he designs the face, and breaks the rules. What I mean by rule breaking is that you'll see him purposefully* distort certain features, or the thirds of the face, bend the center line etc.
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valerio
Thank you for the great tips
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