Practice Sketch

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Practice Sketch

Author Comments

just some quick drawings for the sake of a little bit practicing anatomy & different positions....maybe il do another one with more dynamic poses and all


@Gheata I thinks that's a fancy way of saying he likes drawling woman better then men

bocodamondo responds:

thats not totaly true, i tried to do some dbz fanarts some and then and now, because i suck at drawing muscles i try not to them that often, just once in a while

The only problem I can really see here is from the blonde near the top right corner. The way she's bending toward the girl at the top right just looks wrong to me (also the pose of her right hand just seems odd to me, but that's more of a personal gripe than a proper critique). Everything else about this looks lovely, I especially love the expression of the bottom middle blonde :D

the red head looks like erza scarlet

Can you draw boys in the exactly same positions?

bocodamondo responds:

i still have some problems on male anatomy when it comes to muscles, but i think im close to learn that out.

I like the positions and a lot of the anatomy (yum!), but on most, the roundness of the hips is too high... or maybe it's the 'fat displacement problem'. Artistic license vs real-life-anatomy are two very different things. Try the latter of the two (real-life), then the fun stuff goes easier!

bocodamondo responds:

yeah, id like to make anatomy drawing close to reality but not too much that it looks like just cartoonised humans like in marvel/DC comics for example

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May 1, 2013 | 7:01 PM EDT
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