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I'm just trying to keep busy for you guys. I'll make sure to keep updating. Thanks for all the comments and time.
Mine as well...
Seeing the process of this piece was very motivating!
Nice pencil work; Very loose and very gestural action!
Awesome studies and life drawing Matt! Nice sense of tones too! Keep em comin!
That's a beautifully rendered image. Nice color choices and great angle.
Nice speedies man!
Very mysterious of a character hiding the mouth, and it definitely gives me a story. Awesome stuff.
Very cool shark-whale thing. That sea lion is cute XD
clanlord - thanks dude! I've been trying more of a serious approach to my work and having fun at the same time. Thanks again! :D
Trisscar - Thanks!
Here's some stuff I've been doing for the...
Dude these are really cool! I like the lively strokes and nice contrast. Really awesome stuff conte, nice SB!
Wow! Seeing your first post to now is just awesome! You've improved a lot and it's really inspiring XD! Awesome stuff dude!
I'd say for your rendering it's really nice but the contrast could be pushed more. It starts to all smear together in value when I step back and look at it. I think that's because you have light...
I think that you got really nice rendering like said earlier, but the composition is not very interesting. Remember the rule of thirds or the 2/3 rule. It's a great way to make the composition more...
I'd say it's looking a little flat and the anatomy is wonky. Do more studies from life and really observe the figure.
Hope that helps.
WOAH! This is an awesome sketchbook mate.
Man I really like the skull study you got goin on here.
I really like the studies you're doing even though there is some anatomical issues within your unreferenced work. Study from life more and check out Loomis for figure drawing. It might help you...
Nice work you got, I like your detail work. One thing I might suggest is study anatomy and from life more. You can check out WetCanvas and get the Andrew Loomis books to help. Also check out...
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