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    Please delete this thread thankyou

    all yall RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCCCCCCCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!!!!!!!!
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    Hey. Thanks for visiting my sketchbook. A few tips - use harder brushes when doing your digi's, size your pictures smaller so it's easier for us to see so we can crit you easier.
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    some sketches

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    somebody once told me, only draw anime if you can cure cancer with it.....they are nice sketches, ,but i prefer your realistic stuff over the anime....you could try to fusion the styles together and come up with something really amazing


    nice stuff other wise, i like your colors a lot.

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    nice sketchbook. I like the bodies of the characters, but the faces dont fit the style. I'd say work on faces a little more.
    keep it up.

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    faces

    i have been getting a lot of great tips from people crits welcome thanks alot

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    some new stuff

    im so thankfull for all your help its great

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    un mas

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    not alot of detail

    quick paint of my freind

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    hey man, nice sb here. i see you're busy with color. my only advis i can give you is to start out in black and white. color is typically one of the last things to worry about because vlues is far more important then color.

    good going mate! keep it up!

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    thanx 4 the advice

    i just learnd about that 2 days ago here is my first try at values

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    re

    I like this one the best:
    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1184912329

    It has movie feel to it. My only feedback is to clean up the line work and polish up the form to make the machines and figures pop out. Keep up those value studies, they will pay off!
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    hey Grandmassa, I like the variety of work you've got in here. must say I like the confident lines in your pencil work, very clean and it seems to be varied a good amount. if I were to suggest anything I'd go with Teh Gosu and say keep up the value studies. don't be afraid to push your darks and your lights; it'll really help show form in your work more.

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    thanks for stopping by my sketchbook.


    I would suggest doing sketches from live models, because it looks like you are copying from other's work, rather than developing your own.

    I may not post 'em, but I do try to do at least one self portrait a day, myself, or I draw the homeless wandering about my worksite

    oh...and my avatar refers to the cheer me up thread in the lounge. I don't really hate everything
    I'm drawing a blankin my sketchbook, that is

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    the first pic of the woman,the two ladies in blue pen,the motorcycle and the woman in the cowboy hat were all drawn from magizines the garaffe (sp) & dogs were pics off the internet the girl and the cat is a picture of my freind i drew from memory everything else is my own creation i have never had ant schooling in this area i grew up just drawing things like comics cartoons and poeple i dont like to use one style this way or that i just like to learn in the next day or two i will post some live sketches and other work hope yall like em

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    nice sketchbook my favorite is the digi of the two dogs.


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    Luv that giraffe!

    Just a thought -- you might start doin' some studies of faces and heads (anatomy in general is great too, obviously), so you can really rock that facial structure like the grandmassa you is

    Draw on, man 8)
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    update

    mo pics and digi tricks last is myself

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    I really like your "own creations" and I want to see more!

    I would like to see you fit a whole person on a single page and really try to flesh it out.

    The motorcycle is cool too. Do you have one?
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    The bike pic is very cool 8)

    Isn't her helmet kind of small, though?
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    well its almost a full frontal

    I got the idea from cow cem warfare feild med but i need to get better if im gonna role w/ the big dowgs.when he grows some legs i'll post again this was a quick sketch so dont expect much 8)

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    he basically just shoots everyone because their all gonna die from chemistry class anyway

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    Don't wait until you are better before you go in for CHOW man! You will get great advice from the guys in there. Seriously, the best way to improve on something like that is to jump in at the deep end and go for it.

    Nice stuff here, you obviously have a flare for it, keep posting you are showing improvement already.

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    people always say i look mean

    but im really nice #1 is me #2 work in progress

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    hey there. thanks for droppin in.

    let me return the favor here by leaving you my comment!

    personally i think the tiger is the best. your other works seem to fuzzy to me. so the hard edges with good color make the tiger appealing to me. keep it up!
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    that portrait is really nice, the values are real good. You should try and put more contrast into your other work. Also try using a harder brush to finish up the detail work, because as of now most of it looks blurry. But I'm sure you'll get it just fine
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    That sp is looking really good. Great improvement in understanding the colors. You should really do these kind of studies more. Will be back to what you come up with.

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    my friend annie

    just tring to caputer her likeness

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    half an hour

    just started this piece,trying to start with harder brushes to rid my pics of the fuzz

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    IMO the self portrait is easily the best here thoguh I personally love the Cem warfare medic. He's pretty awsome and more to my tast of drawing haha. Still keep going with all of this though you might want to try using pencil some more as its really good for learning to get values right. Nice stuff keep it up.

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