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    SketchBook: Thanks Suhsealyuh! Great constructive crit! I...

    Thanks Suhsealyuh! Great constructive crit! I really appreciate the feedback. You are right - I would love to incorporate stronger value and color contrast in my pieces - I have a tendency to make...
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    SketchBook: Thanks all! Its a big step for me posting my work...

    Thanks all! Its a big step for me posting my work up, and exciting that people have already checked it out. Here are a few more pieces:
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    SketchBook: Thanks Magic Bear! Hardest part is getting...

    Thanks Magic Bear! Hardest part is getting started... more to come.
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    SketchBook: Wilderness Illustration

    I'm finally posting on ConceptArt after years of looming. Must be inspired by the San Francisco workshop coming tomorrow:xpld:

    Attached are some of my attempts at illustrating the wilderness of...
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    Sad but true.

    Sad but true.
  6. SketchBook: Sinking in

    Hey Layil,
    Great posts! I looks like your putting in tremendous effort, and its all sinking in. My favorite are the crows (a lot of power in those drawings), the ink drawings in your moleskin, and...
  7. L.A. Academy of Figurative Art

    Hey AmmoBurger,
    I think the L.A. Academy of Figurative Art would be a good place to begin. The instructors you mention are top notch, and 3 years spent in that environment will develop your drawing...
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    Book Cover Illustration

    Nice Work, Uridian. I think you solved the problem with the arms from the first critique, by putting a little more detail on the far arm of the central soldier. It was falling a little too far back...
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