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    :Suarez Sketchbook: (Ringling) ~HYDRALISK and trick 07/27~

    I've been going through my archive of old sketchbooks looking for stuff fit to scan, and it's a bit of a slow process.
    It's not a problem of thinking the stuff isn't good enough, it's just that most of it is really unfinished, like missing legs and ears.

    So, I'm going to be finishing up the best ones and updating whenever I can.

    Moved my first post down. Just wanted to make it easier to update the thumbnail.

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    Also going to be trying to be updating my blog around the same time as I update here.

    And as always any Comments or Criticisms are welcome.
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    And these are from a little sketchbook I usually keep on me. It's full of pen drawings is the only sketchbook where most of the drawings are actually finished.

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    Excellent, very bold style, and a nice mix of cartoonism and realism. I'd like to see more realistic art from you though, it would be interesting to see how that would look.
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    I like your style very much, especially your pencil drawings. The cartoon look adds so much to the characters, they have a lot of personality. I think the eyes are what I noticed first, very good job. I look forward to seeing more of your work.
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    Scoopula - Thanks! I've been trying to make my drawings a bit more cartoony and stylized for a while, I felt they were looking too realistic. I'm happy to hear it's been working.

    d3rCatalyst - Thank you. I have a few life and master studies lying around that I just need to add some finishing touches, I'll post them soon.

    Small update this time! These 2 were the only one I had time to finish up tonight.

    This is my only other Pyramid head drawing. They might seem like alot, but it's the movie's fault. Need to get to work on a Demon Nurse drawing, hehe.

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    Found this one that I had forgotten about, and it was already scanned in!

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    PYRAMID HEAD RULES!!!! Seriously though, this stuff is absolutely awsome, keep posting!
    Remember, just because you have their attention doesn't mean you have their respect-Dale Gribble (from King of the Hill)
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    Another small addition. I'm having a little trouble because I'm not sure which version I like more. The second one is just a multiply layer in PS to bring out some more value and highlights.

    So does it look better with gray? Or should I just leave it as black and white?

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    Also I need some suggestions on how to make the gray-scale version pop out better. I usually just add the white outline so your eye doesn't drown in the gray, but I don't think that's the best way... I tried added a lighter shape in the background but I don't know...

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    Any comments or criticisms would really help.
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    danm those are nice drawings XD...lol how long u been drawing for.
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    Hmmmm... I'd say about 5-6 years. Started doing it alot in Middle School, and then in High School started trying to actively get better and find out how to improve so I started using online art forums to get advice and critiques. Eatpoo helped me alot to get to where I am now.
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    Hey there, cool stuff! Refreshing style. Keep up the good work, you handle value very well!
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    I started this one about when the last Blizzard contest was announced, and I think I finished it half way working on it off and on during a month. Then these last 2 or 3 weeks that I've been attacking all my unfinished sketch i took it the rest of the way.

    I might post this one again later, I'm not too happy with the quality of the scan. I don't know what happened, it just looks like a lot of the detail got left out, hopefully scanning at a higher resolution will fix it.

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    I also have a bunch more updates coming up since I just about finished up another batch of sketches.

    I've never been that good at finishing drawings in one hit. I always start a few and work on all of them little by little at the same time. Keeps me from getting bored of a drawing since I can just switch over to the next one. Also helps a lot in finding or avoiding mistakes. It kinda keeps your eyes fresh and also because what looks good one day, doesn't always the next.
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    Hallo, very strong and expressive look, like your rendering alot.
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