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    :: The Blackbook (&bewbs) :: Updated- 03.19 ::

    So after lurking around here more often than normal in the last couple of weeks, I decided to suck it up and stop lurking, and finally start a sketchbook.

    All of the awesomeness in the sketchbook section is a bit intimidating, though.

    Anyway, I'm 17, and spent way too much time drawing pretty girls, and not enough time practicing to get any better. So among my many goals for my art, right now I'm mainly trying to work on posing, and making more interesting and natural (read: not so fucking stiff!) looking poses. Also trying to kick the anime influence from my art. (Definitely made a big improvement there, recently, but it still bugs me a little.)

    So feel free to critique, I'd love to hear anything you'd have to say, if it's going to help me get better/learn something new. <-- love doing that.


    (And my scanner likes to eat my pictures.)
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    Hey!!!Hahaha,my scanner eats my pictures too!!

    The anatomy in the first one is weird,but in the studies and in the colored chick is much better!Keep working hard,man!
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    the first one has some problems, mainly the short arm and weight distribution (which casuses stiff looking figures). I think your arms are way too short on your latest painted figure aswell.

    My fave is the gesture kneeling down, its awesome looks really wound up ready to spring. Just keep pumping out quick gestures and you will improve. Definately try and enrol on some life drawing aswell.

    BTW im 18 and i know what you mean about getting stuck on drawing girls all the time, boys count too! so make sure to do a page of each next time you pick up the sketchbook.
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    wow o.o your digital colouring is soo cool
    I wished I could colour like that!!
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    Some really nice looking babes here! You have done a good job on that digital one.
    Keep it up! :]

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    I really like the way you draw females. Quite similar to mine they are, as it happens.
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    Nice work all around. I really like how you draw faces (especially #5 from the big post above where you're going to paint it). To me, the lower body and positioning of the limbs could use a little more refinement or reference work on some of the pieces but as a whole, very good! Post some more
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    the girls are smoke'n dig the style
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    Camara: Thank you.
    smartkyle: That was a very good piece of advice about doing a page of each. (Probably an idea I wouldn't have come up with on my own for quite a while. XD)
    LexMedden: Ahh, thank you. Just practice, and don't be afraid to experiment with something. And don't be scared to mess up! (I had/still have a hard time getting over that one..)
    Motives: Thank you very much.
    dashinvaine: A bit, yeah! I decided to watch you on DA, if the similar usernames hadn't given that away, yet.
    Viking Raider: I'll definitely be posting more! Thanks for stopping by
    Grandmassa Mr. Spect: Heh, thanks!


    Annnd, a few new sketches. :3


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    This is the progress of a picture I'm working on for a friend of mine. I adore the lady's face, though, I think I'll be going back and reworking the guy's, many, many times. This is also the first time in a very long while of doing a background of any kind, let alone one that actually works with the characters. I probably over-did the light rays, but I'm not really sure how to go about expressing them.


    And these here were quicky bust pictures.
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    This one was a small gift.
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    I liked how the colors came out with this one
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    And I noticed how the features are misaligned here.. I may eventually go back and fix it, because I like where this is going so far, but I might just move on.
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    u r talented man..just keep workin' and doin some studies...ur faces r very good..and the colors are nice...i think ur anatomy is fine...just need work so keep it up
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    Thanks! ^^
    We got to do some figure drawing in my art class today, and I was very pleased with two of the pictures. (Look forward to next class, too. If the weather is nice we might head out to the park or something to have interesting scenery to include in the studies.

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    This was a picture of my friend - she volunteered to model for a bit, and I really loved the angle I saw her face at. >.> Though, she slowly wound up turning completely away! But I am still very happy with this. I just had a hard time figuring out what to do with her body since she kept shifting a bit.


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    And I was very happy with this because I rarely work with conte, let alone enjoy it. The angle was a bit strange for me, too, but I think it came out okay.
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    I did some more work on that study.. I'm really pleased with this.

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    Very nice...I can see a big improvement from the first post. To me, however, the last picture, her head seems a bit elongated. Did you refine the original sketch or draw another one based on the life pose sketch? It's very nice, especially the shading, but like I said, the head proportions seem a bit off.

    Kudos, man, you're on the right track!
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