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    SketchBook: Just subscribed to your thread. Admirable, truly...

    Just subscribed to your thread.
    Admirable, truly someone to look up to.
    Thanks for such inspiring works.
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    SketchBook: Well, what can I say?... Mostly: - Draw...

    Well, what can I say?... Mostly:

    - Draw slower. It's about coming better, not first.

    - Sketch on vellum paper. It's creamy, you can erase several times (which can also serve to give some...
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    This looks very good as a pencil sketch. If you...

    This looks very good as a pencil sketch. If you hadn't said otherwise, I'd have thought you made it from observation.

    Concerning your question: it depends, of course, on your methods of work....
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    I think I liked better the larger bright clouds...

    I think I liked better the larger bright clouds in the last thumbnail (and without the waving hair), than just the two little branches you're working with now; an expresionist touch in the sky seem...
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    Beautiful and technically impressive job... ...

    Beautiful and technically impressive job...

    Just one little thing about the first creature, that is not really necessary since they are fantastic creatures but what the hell: the mammals with...
  6. Colors are nice, the sky it's quite something and...

    Colors are nice, the sky it's quite something and the general execution level seems pretty competent...

    Maybe I'll ask for legibility: the clear impression of an urbanistic pattern taking place...
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    As someone who has worked with ink-doting, I...

    As someone who has worked with ink-doting, I think you did a beautiful, clean and pretty atmospheric job (congratulations). The only thing I personally miss is the lack of some "hint", for it not to...
  8. Thread: "A memory..."

    by elemile
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    That line was a mistake, indeed: I screwed that...

    That line was a mistake, indeed: I screwed that up, somehow; had forgotten about it (thanks).

    About the setting: the flood was an utter tragedy, which the idea of a "giant pool" turned into a game...
  9. Thread: C.O.W. fail

    by elemile
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    Hi, I think the rendering of the creature is...

    Hi,

    I think the rendering of the creature is pretty good; and I don't think you necesarily need to work much more in the bacground: vague can be fine, as long as it's coherent (I think). So the...
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    Well... if you're planing to leave the guy...

    Well... if you're planing to leave the guy without the rectus abdominis well riped, it'd look kind'a weird. The serratus seem also a bit far away from where their proximal insertion should be; if you...
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    Art: Beautiful, clean and honest: you're a very...

    Beautiful, clean and honest: you're a very refined academist, if I was anyone to tell you. Just a sugestion for sources: I don't know if you're familiar with the work of Saturnino Herran; you may...
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    This looks powerful. When I saw your pic, I...

    This looks powerful.

    When I saw your pic, I immediately recalled of some wonderful
    and elegant illustrations I saw as a kid, wich I still keep with me
    and would like to share with you now;...
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    I do like it. The vectorized/poster synthesis...

    I do like it. The vectorized/poster synthesis works well and it's pretty clear that it's him.

    Now, if it was up to me, I wouldn't have cut the guitar details off; they would have helped to make...
  14. @Frida Bergholtz @Vaejoun Thanks, but that...

    @Frida Bergholtz
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    Thanks, but that format wasn't my idea: it's a canonical requirement, for when the species need to be identified with characters both in dorsal and ventral views. It...
  15. Thread: Portrait Help

    by elemile
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    It's a likeable girl, you've got there. Doesn't...

    It's a likeable girl, you've got there. Doesn't look in pain at all
    but, instead, just a bit weird for some, say, anatomical typos.
    The nose seems a bit turned to the right side of her face; also, ...
  16. Art: "So I met dis REAL LIFE Snow White ..." & simbolism of character.

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    About 6 years ago, I found a literary analysis page about Grimm brother's Snow White original tale. The article was mainly about historically plausible sources for certain elements,...
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