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    SketchBook: Very cool SB. Keep up this momentum.

    Very cool SB. Keep up this momentum.
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    SketchBook: Hey. I'm seeing nice progress. Did you have a...

    Hey. I'm seeing nice progress. Did you have a reverence with any of these? Your heads appear either elongated or made to wide. I would recommend referencing more. Thats all for now, I'll see you...
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    SketchBook: I'm liking the second one the best. I think you...

    I'm liking the second one the best. I think you should take some more time to render these out a little more.
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    SketchBook: Looking good man. It looks almost like...

    Looking good man. It looks almost like watercolor. I would avoid using black to add darker values; instead chose a darker skin tone.
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    SketchBook: Hey. Its good to see that you are spending more...

    Hey. Its good to see that you are spending more time rendering and adding values. Great job on the last post; The improvements are showing.
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    SketchBook: Great SB man. I'm going to keep my eye on you ;)

    Great SB man. I'm going to keep my eye on you ;)
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    SketchBook: Whoa, cool image. One thing to keep in mind;...

    Whoa, cool image. One thing to keep in mind; Avoid using black to apply your shadows and use a darker skin tone color. I Would love to see this rendered out more. Great work Will.
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    SketchBook: Try to widen your value range more. Determine the...

    Try to widen your value range more. Determine the direction of a light source and begin darkening areas that receive less light and highlighting areas that receive more light. Also, keep in mind...
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    SketchBook: Hey Will. You might want to familiarize yourself...

    Hey Will. You might want to familiarize yourself with color more. Explore the different color schemes, avoid using a bunch of bright primary and secondary colors.
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    SketchBook: I really don't think its bad. It just needs a...

    I really don't think its bad. It just needs a little more work. Keep working on it.
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    SketchBook: Cool Stuff. I see a lot of potential. Can't wait...

    Cool Stuff. I see a lot of potential. Can't wait to see what you have next.
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    SketchBook: Hey thanks for stoping by my SB. When sketching...

    Hey thanks for stoping by my SB. When sketching use minimal lines. Create long single strokes instead of short overlapping lines. This will make your work appear cleaner and more readable.
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    SketchBook: Wow mate, these digitals are really looking good....

    Wow mate, these digitals are really looking good. Keep up the good work!
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    SketchBook: Those last three digitals are looking nice. The...

    Those last three digitals are looking nice. The one on post #84 is definitely the strongest. There is a wider range of values compared to the others and the proportions look correct as far as I can...
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    SketchBook: Great start. I think you need to work on applying...

    Great start. I think you need to work on applying more values. Figure out were you want you light source to be than darken the area were the light wont touch and vise versa. keep up the good work.
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    SketchBook: Hey, great facial studies. Your digitals look a...

    Hey, great facial studies. Your digitals look a little blurry and translucent. Don't be afraid of using the hard brush. Work with a large brush first and work smaller and smaller as you go.
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    SketchBook: Looking good Pervy. Its good to see that you are...

    Looking good Pervy. Its good to see that you are identifying your weaknesses and tackling those weaknesses with such enthusiasm. Keep up the good work and happy holidays.
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    SketchBook: Hello Footsteps, The intuos 4's are great...

    Hello Footsteps,

    The intuos 4's are great tablets. I'm in love with mine. lol
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    SketchBook: Great stuff. Those are some of the best eyes i've...

    Great stuff. Those are some of the best eyes i've ever seen.
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    SketchBook: Inspiring stuff man. I'm really loving your...

    Inspiring stuff man. I'm really loving your digitals.
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    SketchBook: Just went though your sketchbook and it left me...

    Just went though your sketchbook and it left me feeling dirty. Going to take a cold shower now.
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    SketchBook: Looking good, There is some pretty interesting...

    Looking good, There is some pretty interesting stuff here. Keep up the good work.
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    SketchBook: I really like the last post. Did you use a...

    I really like the last post. Did you use a reference?
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    SketchBook: You have a very unique style man. I like the...

    You have a very unique style man. I like the movement captured on post #13. Good work work. I hope to see more from you soon.
  25. SketchBook: I see a lot of potential in you. Keep posting.

    I see a lot of potential in you. Keep posting.
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