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    SketchBook: the buildings in perspective you drew are...

    the buildings in perspective you drew are impressive, there is definitively improvement here from the first page, don't beat yourself up!

    Maybe practice from real life object more, not just from...
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    SketchBook: The space ship design looks really cool, and I...

    The space ship design looks really cool, and I like the hut a lot too.

    Just keep focusing on studying values and maybe try to study from life a bit more, maybe try out doing some still lives of...
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    SketchBook: That's a strong foot right there, looks really...

    That's a strong foot right there, looks really good. Folds must be an interesting change, huh?
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    I actually prefer this painting to the Constable...

    I actually prefer this painting to the Constable and the Inshaw,

    http://attachments.conceptart.org/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=1463697&d=1334846662



    I think the paintings still work,...
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    I really like his work, especially after seeing a...

    I really like his work, especially after seeing a documentary about him and his work a while ago,

    http://www.friendsofart.net/static/images/art3/david-hockney-garrowby-hill.jpg
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    SketchBook: The latest landscape is looking interesting, but...

    The latest landscape is looking interesting, but everything seems to be the same value. Try throwing some really bright lights and dark tones into the point of interest of the painting, to direct the...
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    SketchBook: haha, it's the opposite for me, gesture drawing...

    haha, it's the opposite for me, gesture drawing is my favorite exercise in the book, what I struggle on the most are longer exercises, especially contour drawings.

    thanks for commenting on my sb,...
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    SketchBook: nice ravens! I also really post 50, the...

    nice ravens!

    I also really post 50, the monochrome woman study, very nice progress.

    As for faces, I think it's just a matter of consistent practice, really go for and target things you find...
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    SketchBook: you're much more devoted than I am, would...

    you're much more devoted than I am, would probably be too lazy to go over a chapter three times, but I suppose we'll see when I get there :)

    I like where your gesture drawings are going, I think...
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    SketchBook: Nice to see you doing some value studies, try and...

    Nice to see you doing some value studies, try and make your background (a wall, a board etc) and your foreground (eg. a table covered with a cloth) all white, it's easier to accurately see values...
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    SketchBook: Ah Loomis, always good practice. I liked what you...

    Ah Loomis, always good practice. I liked what you did with the enviro in the end, a lot more interesting to look at! :D
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    SketchBook: Is the latest one from reference or imagination?...

    Is the latest one from reference or imagination?

    Either way, watch how saturated the colours are on the cliffs and the water, compare it to a photo of a real waterfall. Also, the cliffs and the...
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    SketchBook: thanks for commenting on my sketchbook. One...

    thanks for commenting on my sketchbook.

    One thing I would say is to study from life, study a model skull if you can get one, go out and draw gestures of people in public places. Set up a lamp and...
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    The only real way you'll be able to figure this...

    The only real way you'll be able to figure this out is by practice with charcoal, however, it is a good idea to establish a strong pattern of shadows and lights first, then introduce half tones-...
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    Maybe you should take your time with the initial...

    Maybe you should take your time with the initial drawing, as going quickly isn't always a good thing, especially in terms of accuracy. I mean, I wouldn't render a gesture drawing, for example.

    If...
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    SketchBook: Hey, thanks for commenting on my sketchbook. I...

    Hey, thanks for commenting on my sketchbook.

    I really like the clothing studies and people studies, maybe try to study tone first before leaping into colour, there is no real structure in the...
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    SketchBook: Wow, I can see a lot of improvement here,...

    Wow, I can see a lot of improvement here, especially with the watercolour exercises, you can get a real sense of the form, how tactile it is, just by looking at these pictures. Very impressed. The...
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    SketchBook: Great to see you're still going strong, I...

    Great to see you're still going strong, I especially like your last enviro. Keep up the good work :)
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    SketchBook: Thanks cider. I've decided to give it another...

    Thanks cider. I've decided to give it another shot, this forum provides an almost classroom like environment, it is very encouraging.

    It's difficult to not think about picture making with...
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    SketchBook: Hey cider, those gestures are looking strong,...

    Hey cider, those gestures are looking strong, mine still just look like incoherent scribbles.

    Sorry to hear about your dog, I get it, I had to put down my dog when he was 7 years old due to...
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    SketchBook: thanks cider. To be honest, I find the plan in...

    thanks cider.

    To be honest, I find the plan in the book too rigid, I hate having to consciously think about the time i'm spending on a drawing exercise, what you get out of it is more important...
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    SketchBook: wow, you're blazing through the book! It's all...

    wow, you're blazing through the book! It's all looking really good.

    Looking at your work, I feel as though I haven't gone through the book properly (like not spending enough time on the long...
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    SketchBook: good going, I like your most recent gesture...

    good going, I like your most recent gesture drawings and loomis work.

    One thing I would say is that your lines are looking a bit feathered, are you drawing your lines over and over? Try to draw a...
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    SketchBook: Hey Alizak, I really like the drawings of the...

    Hey Alizak,

    I really like the drawings of the magpies, they have character :), I can see improvement from the first to latest post already
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    SketchBook: good job on the elephant, sorry I can't offer...

    good job on the elephant, sorry I can't offer more detailed critiques, i'm still a noob in many ways and sometimes advice without a firm background of knowledge can be harmful.

    Still, I really...
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