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Samuel Einhorn
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Current Residence: San Francisco, California
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Favourite genre of music: Music that doesn't suck
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Favourite style of art: Cartoons
Operating System: Mac OS X
MP3 player of choice: I don't use an Mp3 player
Shell of choice: what's that?
Wallpaper of choice: the one I'm using right now
Skin of choice: who cares
Favourite cartoon character: A lot
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Psychotime Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Hiya! This is the person you met the other day over at Meltdown.

Just popping in to try and give more coherent advice.

First off I'll just start with the link from before

www.artmodelbook.com/figure-dr…

And here's a good tumblr post that pretty much gives a good clear guideline on your road to getting better.

jakewyattriot.tumblr.com/post/…

It's also good to get involved with an art forum of some kind and start a sketchbook thread.

I personally think that Crimson Daggers is a good site for that.

Regardless of where you go, such a forum is a place to keep a good "journal" of your studies and progress, as well as get critique.

If you choose to go to Crimson, please make sure to tell me.

I'll give one more comment about what I personally think you can do to improve, and that's to study texture.

Looking at your stuff again, it appears to me that you're aiming toward a Bill Wray meets Robert Crumb kind of gross out look.

And if that's the case (though I can be wrong) then along with getting a better grasp of form and proportion, you should also learn to represent texture.

If you want to convincingly represent skin that is gross and leathery, then you need to spend time studying that kind of texture in real life. Set up an appropriate still life of some kind and really break down different aspects of that texture, how light reacts to it, whatever you're trying to get a better grasp of.

Let me know how things are progressing as you go along. Good luck and keep drawing!
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ToddlerNaruto Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2011
Hello :).
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icekweem Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2010  Professional Filmographer
First!!!
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