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    But all the cool kids are doing it! new stuff ahoy

    THE COOL STUFF STARTS ON PAGE 2
    I havent drawn for 6 years. Bit rusty. Bear with me.


    But all the cool kids are doing it! new stuff ahoy



    But all the cool kids are doing it! new stuff ahoy
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    British hack at your service ma'am

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    Your title is very......... different.

    Nice sketches including the girl with an ax. That is stylish alright. I think your linework sticks out the most to me and gives it a cartoonish quality.

    Overall you sketches are nice but it would be better if you had something a little more finished or colored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxoftheSouth View Post
    Your title is very......... different.

    Nice sketches including the girl with an ax. That is stylish alright. I think your linework sticks out the most to me and gives it a cartoonish quality.

    Overall you sketches are nice but it would be better if you had something a little more finished or colored.
    Thanks mate. Years of designing vectors for t-shirts has left me with very little patience for detailed rendering but hopefully this sketchbook will give me the kick in the ass I need to get back to a more finished fine art standard.
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    I hear ya. I can appreciate a comfort zone.

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    Mmmmmm....this SB looks promising!!!Keep posting!Those girls are hot!!!But the knee in the first one is little big,don´t you think?

    Good work!

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    A great start to a promising sketchbook, keep it up! You seem to habve a string sense of sillouhette

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    great stuff ilove it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camara View Post
    Mmmmmm....this SB looks promising!!!Keep posting!Those girls are hot!!!But the knee in the first one is little big,don´t you think?

    Good work!
    Kinda yes and kinda no I had this image in my head like the perspective you get in music videos when one part of the body is near the camera lense. But I see what you mean now that I look at it

    right! friday! I was a bit lazy today.......... played golf all day so its a bit basic and empty.

    But all the cool kids are doing it! new stuff ahoy
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    i really like the style personally ,very good stuff here u got alot of skill

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    what kind of pencil's do you use? do you use mechanical? this is the kind of linework i like, but i cant seem to get that kind of detail with my 6B-4H pencils...
    my sketchbook!!! leave some comments!

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    Quote Originally Posted by showdownmetal View Post
    what kind of pencil's do you use? do you use mechanical? this is the kind of linework i like, but i cant seem to get that kind of detail with my 6B-4H pencils...
    I'd like to know as well.

    These are very nice, I love your style, as well as the contrast you're achieving with whatever these materials are.

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    Its some great line work alright. The subjects are a little crazy.
    Do you use any referances before drawing?

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    I'm enjoying this SB too. Can't wait to see more
    my sketches, and rants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crashMMVII View Post
    I'd like to know as well.

    These are very nice, I love your style, as well as the contrast you're achieving with whatever these materials are.
    Believe it or not I actually use a cheap mechanical pencil that has no markings on the side. you know the type you can buy in packs of 5 for a pound (2 dollars). Not specialist at all. Although if I had to guess at the lead type I'd say it was around the 4b range. I get the contrast purely by the amount of pressure I apply to the page. As for the paper its just another cheap pad I bought for a couple of pounds. I'm not very concerned with materials to be honest although I'd love to try a moleskin just because everyone raves about them


    and thanks to everyone for the comments!

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    Need some stylised male nudity here, stat

    Heh sorry. What I meant was I rather like your shading/hatching method. You're also very good with faces, will be hangin out for more.
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