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    Flameseeker's Lair

    Hey people,

    I've been watching this site for quite some time now, and I've decided it's time i get off my lazy ass and start my own sketchbook. I'm a 17 year old student from Breda, the Netherlands.

    First of all, I got a load of work that I did in the past 3-4 months (EDIT: Removed the first post so I can easily change my sketchbook's avatar. The drawings were crappy anyway.), when I really started drawing a lot. It's mostly in the right chronological order, so you should be able to see SOME progression at least.. I hope.

    Also, i recently started working seriously out of Hogarth's Drawing the Human Head, so expect more head studies.
    [Old shit here, plz check post #57 and further.]
    the art:

    that's that, more to follow soon
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    Old stuff

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    Congratulations, of all your sketches i loved the ones with faces...they irratiate life on it, also i wanted to ask you, what is your perception and concept throught gas-masks and wires?

    and let me know if i just sounds annoying or creepy...because i can be without conscientizie it, and appart from that, rate my english and my grammar too
    Oh!, look an old sketchbook of mine

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    You have bean quite eager and of course i can see a progression. But on some skull studies the forehead seemed to be bulged inside because of the shading.
    Especially in this one.
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    @Reptil: Thank's for replying and the compliment man. About the gasmasks and wires: Sometimes i just get inspired by seeing a random pic, and I incorporate features into my doodles on that page. Also I find the idea of concealing a character's identity fascinating, and ofcourse gasmasks just look cool. Oh and your English is just fine
    @N1ck: It's funny to see what things other people notice that you didn't in your own sketches. Below I did what I think to be a better version of the shading on the forehead. The problem was that i wanted to make the brow visor (the thick bone above the eyes) stand out, but instead it looked as if the forehead caved in, which isn't natural.

    I'll return the favour soon by checking your SB's, not now though cause it's 02:52 here atm. So I'm off to bed. Here's the last update of the day, a few more Hogarth head studies and some crappy OC doodles. The studies aren't really finished, but whatever, I'm tired.

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    I can't see any of the last pictures. It would be best if you upload them as an attachment (a little button on the bottom when you write a post).
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    @N1ck: I uploaded them to ca.org using the paperclip button, if that's what you mean, then I inserted them in the post by clikcing on ''insert all''. They show up fine for me, strange stuff.

    Anyway, I got another update for you all. More head studies from mainly Hogarth, some blind contour drawings (looking at the object you're drawing but not to the paper) and some fast figure sketches from the posemaniacs website.

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    Now I can see your pics. Strange thing…

    The blind contourdrawings look good. Also the other pictures you have done recently are looking better than the early ones.
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    More Hogarth studies and some doodles.

    More updates soon to come.

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    Again, no pictures. Something seems to be wrong, because your SB is the only that makes problems when showing. Maybe you posted too much pictures for one page.
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    I really like them man. Your eyes are superb, in my opinion. and you also have very good shading. I like
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    Some more eye studies from Hogarth and Loomis.

    Me=tired
    Me=outta here


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    vacation!

    Haven't updated for 3 days, shame on me. Haven't really got that much new stuff, and you won't see me for 2 weeks now. Yea I know.. cry cry, whatever I'll be on vacation in the Languedoc (Southern France) enjoying the area and visiting castle ruins.
    I really need a change of scenery so I think it'll be good. Don't know how much art I'll be able to do, but I've got my SB with me, and the environment should give me inspiration, so let's just hope for the best. When I'm back, you'll hopefully get a big update.

    Cya in 2 weeks, by which you'll find my thread somewhere deep in the depths of ca.org hell.

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