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Solys Jun 25, 2013   Artist
thanks for watch
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i want to be you when i grow up! *love*
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slategreen Feb 13, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
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theperian Jan 8, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you for adding 'Leo' [link] to your collection! :heart:
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spinMEromantic Dec 3, 2012  Student General Artist
I foooouuund yooouuuuu (well, actually, you found me). Where's ALL your school stuff, guuuuuuurl?! XD
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slategreen Dec 3, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Some of it is school stuff, just only the good stuff. xD
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spinMEromantic Dec 3, 2012  Student General Artist
Your standards are too high. A lot more of your school stuff should be on here =)
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slategreen Dec 4, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Well, some of it needs to be photographed first, which is part of the problem.
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ladyshanta Oct 30, 2012  Student General Artist
Remember that forum you've answered by Isho13 about the ribcage and pelvis being squared? I have to disagree with you, the ribcage and pelvis are oval shaped. I guess your style is better than mine.
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slategreen Oct 30, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
No, they're not literally squares, but it helps to think of them that way because the rib cage is not round all around. It's kind of a squashed oval, so that the back is fairly flat and the front is fairly flat, and there are distinct sides. So when putting the rib cage in perspective a box will work.

The pelvis is a very odd-shaped bone. I would not describe it as oval. But the same applies as above--there is a relatively flat front and back to the pelvis, and distinct sides. So when you shine light on the front someone's pelvis, their sides and back will be in shadow, unlike an oval which would have a more gradual gradient of shadow.

Sure, it's not precise, but the idea is to simplify it to make it easier to draw.
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