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    Quote Originally Posted by Thestory View Post
    Make sure to use your whole arm when drawing, all the way from the shoulder or elbow. Don't use your wrist if you are. That should help some. It's really just practice. Don't worry on making all your lines curvy. The most appealing work is generally a combination of straights and curves, hard and soft.

    Also don't be too hard on yourself. Your sketch wasn't bad at all.
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    yes you're absolutely right

    maybe the fact that my tablet is absolutely tiny isn't making it any easier...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibby View Post
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    yes you're absolutely right

    maybe the fact that my tablet is absolutely tiny isn't making it any easier...
    Yeah I have had to use a tiny tablet before. It certainly makes it a challenge. I once had a professor insist everyone use the medium sized Wacom at least for the elbow room.

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    I was wondering if I could get some critique on this? ;n;
    I referenced a few images ( majorly lynx) and I know there are some things probably off.
    So... yeah.. WIP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riosock View Post
    I was wondering if I could get some critique on this? ;n;
    I referenced a few images ( majorly lynx) and I know there are some things probably off.
    So... yeah.. WIP
    Looking great so far! I'd recommend that you perhaps make the paws a little bit blocker, especially on the front? The front paw closest to the viewer seems a little floppy. I also noticed how the spine and stomach are a pair of parallel lines: the other day I found this great tutorial about spinal curvature in animals and how it relates to their rib cages (I also recommend browsing that entire Tumblr; it is a holy grail of useful references and tutorials:

    http://referencesforartists.tumblr.c...or-lizwuzthere

    I'd do a redline but I have a seminar tomorrow and should get to bed. I can't wait to see the finished product.

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    ^that might be one of the best things i've ever seen you draw

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    @Ryu: Looking good! The neck looks a little too thin to support the head, or the face is being pushed into the skull. A great thing I found that helps me when doing heads is to block out the shapes that constitute the head/muzzle/etc, then adding the linework to make the facial features and such. There are a lot of neat tutorials about it as well.

    @Ratte: Nice linework, especially on the hair; it adds a lot of style and texture. I'd suggest toning down the detail on the wings, since outlining each feather makes the wing overall look flat.

 

 

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