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    yall kick azz

    thanx fo posting im gonna try some mo pen work but i ant given up on the digi i always take to much on but if i dont go for it 100% i wont get where im go'n i have a lot of respect for all of yall and yall help me out with more than just art thankyou bla bla bla

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    On that last night it looks like You should have started with bigger brushed and really blocked down some firm foundations to the piece before you moved onto smaller brushes. I might be wrogn since im still new to dig but thats what it looks like to me. Anyway cool sketchbook keep it up man.

    Also thanks for all the comments on mine sorry I hadn't got round to postin here before.


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    Thanks for the visit! By the way I posted some new
    character with health problems, if you have any advice
    Nice progress on the knight.

    Good luck,

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    That rider looks pretty slick


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    Knight on horse is looking great. Only thing i see that looks weird is the size of the ribcage area seems too big. I dunno though, there may be horses like that. Looking good!


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    thanx yall

    the horse is just doing this yoga breathing exercise he picked up this is just a 20 min digisketch no ref

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    Nice progress on the knight, try tightening up that envo, its a nice start bro. Keep it up.

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    Thx for your comment in my sketchbook!

    Your last post with the knight is fantastic. Keep it up!

    Best,

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    thanx 4 the love

    heres another idea in the works this sat i hope to try and tighten as many pics as i can most of my pics take about 20-30 min i like to see what i could do in a few hours

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    On the portrait, the face is looking good, but the nose seems to be turned up just a tad bit too much.

    On the Mecha, its a little difficult to make out the head, but otherwise its really fantastic.


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    the horse looks much better with the hind legs extended the mec is looking good too



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    wow nice work bro the texturing is really great on that last one
    Also i am really digging the dedication you have put into that knight peice kep it up bro and Ill see you around ohh and I updated btw


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    the last painting of the woman the eye socket looks better. keep it up

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    thanx yall

    trying to work this chacter out before i make a pic this was an earlyier thumb bye the way the emaginary girl is a snobe thats why her nose is turned up ha ha (good eye krigbrann)my gaol was to socket her eye in less than 20 min my spelling sucks 8)

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    some mo quickies

    the cherry ref was of my phone

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    i like the looseness and the palette of this one..

    tensai


    check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)

    check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)



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    thx for stopping by my sb. man, you've gotten so much better in a short period of time. good going!

    cya later and keep it up!


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    hey bro I have the same pic on my cell too, but I like the pic/animation of the lighter better lol
    but ya great work I will echo whats bee said you have improved a lot bro nice job, really digging the black&white thumbnail things
    keep it up and btw I have updated
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    ey grandmassa,
    nice work here. especially like the two from the top of this side. nice mood and colours.
    working from ref pays of.


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    Dig the new works. I see improvement. Watch the guy's beard - the parts on the shadow side of his face should be in shadow too.


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    the cherries looks good, nice sense of form though it could use some sharp edges as it seems a little blurry to me, but it could be me, I got bad eye sight



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    OldNoobie is right the cherries need sharper edges. keep'em coming

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    thanx yall

    great crits im gonna try to use em on this new pic the subject should keep me interested its still needs a lot of work but im alwasy glutin 4 punishment 8)

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    Wowza, nice work on the last one! FINISH IT hehe
    Good jeebus. Looking through your earlier works as well! You are great!!
    Keep 'em comin' for sure!!
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    Simplify your values a little - define the light and shadow sides more clearly before you worry about subtle values. Also her skin tone in the light side needs more orange - yours is a little undersaturated. (That's a good change of pace though!) Drawing-wise... her abs need to follow the form more - you'rs look like they're attached to a flat surface - they should have an overall round form as well as their rounded muscular shape. (part of that would be solved simplifying your values) Left breast is a little to big on top - check the angle from the tops of the breasts. Also check the angle on her right arm - you it bending in a little too much before the elbow. Lastly, the angle on her necklaces is too horizontal - it should follow the angle of her neck/clavicle more.

    I still reccomend drawing girls from life - that way you learn to draw muscle and skin instead of pixels that have been messed with digitally. At any rate, i see improvement on your new digital compared to previous ones. Keep up the hard work!


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    Hey nice works and studies in here so far, nice guy on the horse with the crazy helmet! hehe

    with the portrait I suggest a good dose of life drawing, but maybe more importantly studying a book of anatomy and the planes of the face

    try to find those planes on your own face and be familiar with key points/muscles like the muscle that goes around the mouth, ones that go around the eyes, and that one plane from your cheekbone to the mouth, or whatever... hahaha you know what i mean

    study and squint at people in real life! look at basic shapes and planes... just try not to be creepy about it ; )

    oh yeah and ps: look at how OTHER artists depict the portrait as well!!


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    You got some pretty nice stuff here, man, Keep it up! I also loved that self portrait of yours.

    and thanks for visiting my sketchbook! ^ ^


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    heh..the boobs have more "life" than her face....it's too mechanical. Needs some TLC there, too, y'know.

    I'm drawing a blankin my sketchbook, that is

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    wow, I really love the old man in the turban, he has a great expression. Also, the belt on that last painting is dying to become a knife of some kind. You could easily turn her into a saucy cavewoman of sorts.


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