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    The F-art A*s*s Sketchbook(Updated 11/15), Nudity,Portraits ....

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    Hi welcome to CA, there's been a few noobs joining this forum today!
    Nice ink work, especially as they are quickies, would love to see some more but on a larger scale.

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    some more stuff

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    Last edited by Eric Cartman; November 14th, 2007 at 03:20 PM.
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    welcome to CA buddy, i'm glad to be the second person who put coment in your Sb, i like your stuff a lot, cool portraits and good work overall, keep posting
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    Thanks for the comment dude =). Nice drawings, they're very fluent, I like the very last portrait, it's pretty dynamic. The 4th one up though her hips or the mid bit connectin' um looks wrong.

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    Those inks are lovely, so far your anatomy looks fairly good. Might be an idea to do some full body poses and get some legs and feet in as well as drawing some menfolk

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    Welcome on board ! Nice start, I like your life drawings and this one is very good

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    Hi!
    Yay, so far i can say i like how you do rough sketching with brush, though i find it very boring to draw artistic nude all the time (embarassing me)......nice realistic stuff also has atmosphere

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    Welcome to the forums,

    Nice start to your sketchbook. Like those ink washes and the last piece. Nice variety! Keep it coming and maybe try some full body poses like kovah suggested.

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    very cool stuff i love the water colors ....and the girl looking side ways with the white highlights on the brown paper very very COOL !!!!

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    love the ink and watercolour. i've grown fond of them as well . welcome to CA...get ready to post a lot

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    Ive got to admit, Im not a fan of the water color pieces. But those portraits are just awesome, the subtleties of light and color seem to bring the piece to life. Kudos for that. Would love to see some more life studies.

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    The figures look pretty good, for speedies. Keep working on the fast stuff but work in some longer pieces too. The portrait on toned paper shows you can do it. I'm sure everybody would love to see some more of that kind of stuff. As you can probably tell, no one will let you duck out of doing hands and feet around here.

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    I've been busy guys

    here's a couple of experiment i did in my really short time off!Sorry about the quality of the pictures.Thanks ya all!
    The first one inspired in the photography thread.

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    hey

    This is my space!!!

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    Nice. Loving the different styles you got going on. The first couple pieces are especially intriguing. Look forward to seeing more from you......and the loving ladies

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    a little update,nothing complicated....

    da man86:Thanks 4 stoppin' by dude..c you.
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    Hey mate
    Hope to see some more coloured stuff in here. It's nice so far

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    nice start!
    you're very good with lines, the brush and penworks are sweet.
    the experimental painting with the gold dripstuff has some composition issues still, but don't let that keep you down.. can't wait to see more of that.. have a nice journey!

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    great studies!!! keep em' comin' mate!

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    wow..great SB. I love your life drawings, they're so well developed so far. Keep posting up more!

    Please check out my sketchbook
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    It's also tedious....
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    Small update!

    Thanks all of you guys for critics and comments.

    This is a small update,just simple sketches playing with lines,about 5 to 10 minutes each skull.Sorry about the quality of my camera.

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    Hey man very nice stuff! I like your portraits, in particular I found very interesting the skull studies!
    Keep it up, ciao

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    i think your on a good path so far. how about more conceptual stuff? like some designs you worked out, and so on.

    thanks for postin'

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    I really like your line work on the skulls, crosshatching is my favorite style when using pencil.

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    hi, i like your portrait studies in particular this one
    also i like your quick inks with the fineliner also are nice
    it would be nice to maybe see some more full body studies in the pencil render style youve used also, or some longer than quickiesusing ink
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    some good stuff going on in here the skulls and the ink quickies came out good.



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    Great stuff man, i realy admire your controlled cross hatching and shading on those sculls!!Thats a great book to learn from, Giovannni Civardi is a master draftsman!! Dig your portraits too

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    Update

    DreamWorker:Thanks dude, your sb is interesting too.

    Hanra:Thanks for your comment mate..I'm trying to work in own style..but it's difficult.

    Augmenton:Thanks&Cheers.

    Fran:Thanks for your comment and advice i'll do it.Your sb is very creative and inspiring.

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    D@niel:Yes man...Giovanni C.'s books are really good to learn.Thanks for stopping by.


    A small update(figure).Actually a think this is my first figure study...I was trying to capture the movement and the basics shade.

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    olalalala!!! the last studies kick some ass!
    and the skull studies too!

    love it... keep it on but do some color stuff to!

    greetings and thanks for your comment

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