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    fragmentedchimp: thanks for the advice, ill look at it
    slechtvalk: thanks! ive done better ones now though
    kiddult: thank you a lot, i will keep it up!

    here are som things i made last week: ink and pencil stuff!
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    hello there!
    here are some more things: i started gesture drawing as well, isnt as easy as it looks C&C more then welcome!
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    hmm, found one more thingie i didnt post yet!
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    dude really nice lifedrawings, love those ink ones
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    It seems that you are doing a lot of practicing, which is good. It is something that I need to start doing more often. Anyway, I am giving this advice partly because it is something that I am working on at the moment. When you are drawing people, even if only a head and face, try to start out with the basic shapes first. It may help you get the proportions correct, and in my own drawings I am noticing that it is helping to show more depth too.

    *EDIT* Oops, I just realized that I posted my comment after only looking at your first page of drawings. I will check out the other pages too. I can already see a lot of improvement with those life drawings.
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    thanks nikoh!
    meds: thanks for the advice, im still far from perfect with proportions, so its still a good advice

    Im going on a snowboard trip now, so no updates for a while, but when im back ill have a lot of new stuff to post
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    Nice huggge improvment you started the right way keep it up
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    some of your ink figure studies are really kick ass. I guess, try taking it to the next step is the only crit I can offer. Try doing a full figure, but keeping all of the shading on one side or something more dramatic. Just a thought.

    Looking really good! I like your stuff.
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    lilnebo: thanks!
    snubbed: thanks a lot as well, ill keep that in mind at modeldrawing tomorrow

    im back from my snowboarding trip now, was great, but now its time to get posting again
    here are some watercolor thingies, critics are really welcome since im kinda new at this it kicks ass to do though!
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    Your line is getting so much better man, good stuff, the progress is jaw dropping. your water colours are beautiful too, more of those
    my book o' doodles

    Interested in some Team CHOW? i'm all for it :3
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    eat THiS

    more watercolor stuff. The tree was actually a wasted page i wanted to hide a bit
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    Cool Cool i know i JUST posted, but i had a brain fart. maybe giving water colors a shot without pen line? the looseness of your coloring is wonderful, enjoying it in all its singled out glory would be awesome man! just a thought
    good updates anyway!
    my book o' doodles

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