How's your art? What? That bad? Well then why don't we fix that?
This is a thread for drawfags to post their studies so that other drawfags can post feedback. There's really no better way to improve than by practicing, and if we help each other get the most out of that practice then everyone's a winner.
Now, I'm gonna lay down some guidelines. This thread is meant to be limited to STUDIES ONLY, meaning work produced as an educational exercise. That's pretty vague though, and there are a lot of things you could call a study, many of which are fun and/or a good excuse to draw some filthy smut with the pretense of self-improvement.
To list a few examples: gesture drawing, anatomy, figure drawing, lighting studies, form, space, color, master studies, ETC.
Another thing I'd like to see is that everyone at least make an attempt to give another drawfag some sort of feedback whenever they post their own studies. Give and take. This thread won't work if it devolves into a bunch of attention whores posting about how great they all are. Even better, try to be constructive. This ALSO won't work as well as it could if it just turns into a circlejerk.
Finally, check out these potentially useful resources:
www.quickposes.com/pages/timed and http://artists.pixelovely.com/
are great for timed gesture drawings.http://blushots.weebly.com/a---z.html
has an archive of high quality screenshots from film and television, which are great for practicing composition.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.