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    Sorry, I'm not a specialist folds,I have lots to learn.
    here goes
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    Nice Study. But I feel the side silhouette could be better.
    And also your arm have a weird dent in beside the elbow.



    For the front, I think the waist area might be too thin for the person.
    And also the upper body should be more V-cut.



    Did a overdraw on your file, hope you don't mind.

    Keep up the work man !
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    It looks fantastic, great anatomy.

    Good job!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Philuxius View Post
    Sorry, I'm not a specialist folds,I have lots to learn.
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    I hear you, man. Thanks for the link, a master like Ben will sure give me the right pointers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEDE_pig View Post
    Nice Study. But I feel the side silhouette could be better.
    And also your arm have a weird dent in beside the elbow.



    For the front, I think the waist area might be too thin for the person.
    And also the upper body should be more V-cut.



    Did a overdraw on your file, hope you don't mind.

    Keep up the work man !
    Hey DEDE, thanks for replying. You're right about the brachialis/extensor, I'll add more clay to that area. I'm not sure about the frontal changes you made. I didn't want to make him too bulky from the front. I'll pull the external obliques a bit, though. Thanks for the feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EricShawn View Post
    It looks fantastic, great anatomy.

    Good job!

    Thanks a lot, Eric, I appreciate that

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    Second go at sculpting clothing. This time I used the selwy brushes, clay and pinch.



    Tips would be appreciated!
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    Old man study #2.



    Feedback would be appreciated (still a wip). Thanks in advance!
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    Hi, I followed your thread again. Good to see you're not wasting time. Great start on the clothing. A little advice is that don't try to imagine them, study pictures, always have pictures opened when doing these. I see you came back to the old man. Waaaaay better, the proportions are there, the arm is not strange anymore, it's good that you toned down the muscles made him more fatty, that's the way! The face is also better, more expression. The only thing I would suggest is, by looking from the side view, the back is a little too bulky; it's a bit pronounced; it needs a smoother transition from the neck down. Even the pose is more dynamic, and this I like. You're doing great, improving; looking forward to more stuff from you. Maybe if you continue with your anatomy stuff, try doing a baby or a child, these are tricky, but you can handle it for sure! Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nomad(cloaked) View Post
    Hi, I followed your thread again. Good to see you're not wasting time. Great start on the clothing. A little advice is that don't try to imagine them, study pictures, always have pictures opened when doing these. I see you came back to the old man. Waaaaay better, the proportions are there, the arm is not strange anymore, it's good that you toned down the muscles made him more fatty, that's the way! The face is also better, more expression. The only thing I would suggest is, by looking from the side view, the back is a little too bulky; it's a bit pronounced; it needs a smoother transition from the neck down. Even the pose is more dynamic, and this I like. You're doing great, improving; looking forward to more stuff from you. Maybe if you continue with your anatomy stuff, try doing a baby or a child, these are tricky, but you can handle it for sure! Good luck!
    Hey nomad, thanks for replying. I'm not wasting time because I wasted too much already wondering if I had to have talent to draw first instead of just, you know, start drawing and learn. I do look at pictures, but you're right I don't study them nearly enough. Looked at more references this time around with the old man; I'll go back to it and work more on the back and the body in general. Next I'm gonna try sculpt a fat guy, then a kid and see how they turn out. Thanks for the feedback, mate, always appreciated.

    PS: This is a different old man study sculpted from the ground up. I guess I have a signature when it comes to sculpting old man and women.
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    Update to the old man study.



    feedback would be appreciated.
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    First obese guy study.



    Feedback would be appreciated (still a wip).
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    Update to the obese guy.

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    Little boy study.



    Feedback would be appreciated.
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    Hi, I think the fat guy turned out nice. For the little kid, I think he's way too build for his age. Try smoothing out the forms, especially in the back area, the bum, biceps, maybe on the shoulders, overall smoother. Also, his thighs are too big, giving him a girly look. You should try using for inspiration Andrew Loomis proportion sheet, those are ideal proportions, but it gives you an idea on how to approach:



    Hope this helps, good luck, you're doing good! All the best

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