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Amazing sketchbook scans, would be great if you could come along to the Sketchmeet on Saturday!
You're definitely improving and you're clearly putting a lot of effort into your studies, putting me to shame right now..... ;) looking forward to meeting you on Sat for a sketch meet
Really smart sketches, lots of lovely horse studies, especially the head studies in the first post ;) looking forward to meeting you on Saturday
What an excellent pair of characters! I much prefer your work now you're defining the shapes more than you used to, but you still have a lot of loose marks which give it energy. Both poses seem...
Wow! So scary!
Excellent, really good likeness and I lov the way you've done your beard!
Did you use photo ref or a mirror or both or neither?
1hr 1/2, pencil scanned into Potatoshop.
LOVE the eyes on the last zombie..!
I think the farty bum is displaying true potential for greatness...! :)
There are some really nice details in all your sketches, and some really nice pencil work. But there are also a lot of flaws, and it seems to be the same nice touches and the same flaws in each...
Would attending TAD be basically the same thing as going back to uni? Or would it offer shorter workshops like an adult education class?
The crypt is a very ambitious image, cool angle. I think the perspective is a little skewed in places, but the candle light is very effective. The skull wall is nicely done too. Maybe a photographic...
Do you ink with a brush to achieve such varied line weights? Very nice work
A little bit of clutter/signage/vehicles/people on the street might be a nice touch...? Looks a trifle barren down there! ;)
You should put the smudges in red!
I love the compostion/camera angle on the grayscale sketch of the guy on the stairs. V dramatic!
Like your side of the rhino and I really like the plush toys, will have to show these to Sorrel. Do you use a sowing machine or do it all by hand?
The link in post #964 didnt work for me either x
London would be fun, but I'm still looking forward to visiting the Pitt Rivers again -- what date did Badger propose again? End of July wasn't it?
I like the score etched into the gunslinger's barrel. Nice touch.
I would definitely be interested in meeting up for a sketch, I really enjoyed my last trip to Pitt Rivers, I thought it was fantastic.
It's worth it to me: I may not comment much, but I always look at your updates!
Thanks for the update, still really impressive work.
The last two are especially good, I really like the confidence of the geometrical background elements.
In all these pieces I think you've made real progress with your edges, particularly the in...