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    SketchBook: Thank you! I find it is helpful to annotate my...

    Thank you! I find it is helpful to annotate my studies sometimes.



    Thank you for the crit! I'll try to keep an eye on that problem from now on, I'm noticing it a lot now you mention it.

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  2. SketchBook: Man, I wish I knew more about 3D so I could...

    Man, I wish I knew more about 3D so I could comment on it better, but your creature does look cool. I like the accompanying sketch you have there too, it has a particularly natural flow to it. (Also...
  3. SketchBook: Wow, you have done a lot of thumbnails recently....

    Wow, you have done a lot of thumbnails recently. You use of colour seems to really be improving too.

    I hope you reach your goal with the self portraits, I only relatively recently started forcing...
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    SketchBook: Thank you for dropping by! Yes, when I started...

    Thank you for dropping by! Yes, when I started using charcoal and pencil more, I really noticed the (embarrassing) disparity between those works and the digital stuff. So I'm trying to do more of...
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    SketchBook: Been very busy this week, so I've focused on...

    Been very busy this week, so I've focused on doing lots of sketching.


    Here's another light study.

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    Some of the muscle studies done from imagination I did to go with the ones in...
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    SketchBook: Here's another building design, along with a...

    Here's another building design, along with a couple of other sketches I've been playing with.

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    Some clothed figure gestures, which I had a lot of fun with, and...
  7. SketchBook: It sounds like you are really benefiting from the...

    It sounds like you are really benefiting from the life drawing classes, I hope you continue to enjoy them. I agree with your teacher and GrayPersona, about thinking about motion and balance, and the...
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    SketchBook: Thank you! It has been quite a while since I have...

    Thank you! It has been quite a while since I have done any studying on costumes. The Satorialist is really good, they have a huge archive to dive into. In the past I've found there are some decent...
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    SketchBook: Oh yes, there is a lot of stuff out there to try...

    Oh yes, there is a lot of stuff out there to try drawing - I often find trying out new subjects gives a bit of a confidence boost too.

    Good job on the last anatomy study - it looks like you really...
  10. What do games developers require as prerequisites...

    What do games developers require as prerequisites for hiring?

    If you want to be a concept artist, having excellent drawing, painting, and design skills, preferably over a wide range of subjects,...
  11. Well, it really depends on jobs that you are...

    Well, it really depends on jobs that you are interested in doing. In pretty much any high-skill field there are usually plenty of poor quality jobs that no one else will do. Usually they are too...
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    SketchBook: Your studies show a really good eye for value and...

    Your studies show a really good eye for value and colour, particularly on the armour and in many of the animals, and your rendering is progressing at a good pace too - the strokes are looking...
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    SketchBook: Nice animals, it is good that you are thinking of...

    Nice animals, it is good that you are thinking of the midline and the rhythms the spine has - they're very useful tools for constructing animals, and the midline is a useful guide when you get into...
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    SketchBook: Wow the volume of pure drawing for these head,...

    Wow the volume of pure drawing for these head, hand and body studies you are getting done in here is excellent. It is nice to see a bit of colour work in your latest post too. Your self portrait...
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    SketchBook: Thank you very much for your input! My...

    Thank you very much for your input! My traditional skills are embarrassingly weak, especially with charcoal. I looked up Nathan Fowkes, and I recognise some of his commercial work, particularly the...
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    SketchBook: Since no one answered your colour qustion, I...

    Since no one answered your colour qustion, I thought I could contribute a couple of things from some recent experience - forgive me if I am so late this is redundant. It can take quite a lot of time...
  17. SketchBook: Wa-hey, a One Piece fan. :D There is an...

    Wa-hey, a One Piece fan. :D

    There is an impressive amount of variety in where you are doing, you seem to have a good balance in skill between drawing all these creatures, vehicles and...
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    SketchBook: Oh yes indeed; I agree there must be huge catalog...

    Oh yes indeed; I agree there must be huge catalog of human poses. It must take a great deal of skill to read body language so well, and be able to reapply it. As designs go, I can understand that...
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    SketchBook: Decided to do a bit of a brush up on basic...

    Decided to do a bit of a brush up on basic drawing skills over the weekend! Besides continuing some colour studies.

    Character portrait from imagination. Mainly thinking about the colour that can...
  20. SketchBook: Your hands are really kicking up a notch! The...

    Your hands are really kicking up a notch! The volume of work is starting to pay off. It is good to see a mixture of theory work with the breakdown in post 41, and all these life drawings you are...
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    Art: The way you are blocking in is definitely showing...

    The way you are blocking in is definitely showing a better understanding of the separation between light and dark.

    It may help you save time and achieve a smoother finish if you use a bigger...
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    SketchBook: Thanks for sharing the thought process, it is...

    Thanks for sharing the thought process, it is really interesting to see how you break down the ideas for the gesture. It seems like such a simple topic on the surface, but it breaks down to so many...
  23. SketchBook: The lines in your latest gestures look much more...

    The lines in your latest gestures look much more confident! Keep it up, it is a big improvement on the unsteady lines.

    Hands are a good choice to study, your drawings show you are learning about...
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    Art: Whilst painting a lot is essential to...

    Whilst painting a lot is essential to improvement, I agree some sort of instruction is a big kickstart for getting going. I second checking out Jandered's link to Ctrl+Paint above, there is an...
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    SketchBook: The interaction between your characters is real...

    The interaction between your characters is real selling point in your pictures. With how difficult it is to make animal faces expressive, the nuances you have in the gestures, like the way you've...
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