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Seeing as how the forums are being flooded with subpar webcomics at the moment, I didn't think it very prudent to try to get critiques on mine (especially since mine is probably subpar too). Anyway, I'm trying to work on my technique more, learn how to draw from memory without looking horribly like I didn't have a reference. So, Figure Drawing by Andrew Loomis.
I guess I don't really draw hard enough, so it scans in looking like a ghost and I have to bump the contrast really high. That's one of my problems: not being confident enough (I get it from my guitar teacher, too). Everything on the first two pages is copied from the Loomis book, except for the bottom female image, which is a study of how the limbs move in arcs. On the third page, the first three are copied and the last three are my own inventions. I'm having a BIT of trouble applying what I learn, but practice is the way to go, I guess.
And I'll start my sketchdump too, just stuff from high school. Haven't got a lot of time at the scanner right now. . .
Yeah, that thing's really grainy, but I gotta get off this computer for now.