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    A_Knight's_Art ~Thank you!

    An illustration "Massive Destructive policy"
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    Hey Sony thanks for stopping by my sketchbook. I would agree with you about me using 2 or 3 strokes to create an image, but everytime I've tried it felt unfinished so I had to work more on it.

    I really like what you have going on in your sketchbook, very disverse & inspiring stuff. I will have to keep my eye on this thread for updates. I particulary like your portraits.

    Keep em coming.

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    cool,
    I like the cartoon stuff and the raven kicks ass.
    keep it up.

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    A short list of my favorite tutorials http://surfandsnow.deviantart.com/journal/22269212/


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    new landscape is pretty good!

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    surfandsnow: I will update cartoon too soon
    Manvin: Yes I really like the traditional feel, am trying to do more traditional stuff with the digital brush.

    thanks for comments guys

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    very nice portraits, I like how simple yet effective they look

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    portraits looks good , interesting .

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    Portraits are coming along nicely! I like the traditional medium look you've got going lately

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    Thanks a lot monstertree

    Not bad for a 2.5 hour work what you guys say


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    2 hours of work, Its from Bergen Public Library's archives of photographs referenced
    I am trying to achieve as traditional look as real in oil


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    Portrait from Bergen Public Library's archives of photographs referenced and
    Typography and flora from a friends photograph at flickr.com Ziamma78


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    Impressive stuff! Theres a nice feel of traditional painting in some of them. Keep up the good work!

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    Very nice studies duuuude!

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    alexson & Jamesy: Thanks guys

    Been super busy at work. scanned almost 100 pages these are some of the pen style am working now.

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    Nice linework! some of your poses are a bit wonky though.
    just keep at it

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    DStraX: hahaha Working on the poses

    A portrait of young girl lost in reminisce of agony

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    Such an amazing artist Henry Mosler's; loved the tones & tried to learn from the master, portrait named Young Indian Woman

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    Thanks for dropping by my SB.

    I really like your grayscale and portrait studies !! Look forward for more

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    Thank you for stopping by my sketchbook! I must say your portraits are very impressive, Im in fact on a mission to improve my faces (hence the name faces of dread) and your portraits are an inspiration to me. I'll keep this for reference!

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    Interesting epic sketchbook this is. You have some
    quite neat illustrations on these five pages, and
    I like the ink drawings above. You have a cool blog
    also, I just visited. You should update more often
    however, I think the people would appreciate that here.
    Take care and good luck in your further work. Cheers.


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    nice your work reminds of league of Extrodinary Gentlemen !

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    fenixx: Thanks mate!
    Smallergod: Thats an honor!!!
    LtPlissken: Wish to update but some thing holds me back from pushing that submit button, may be thats inner satisfaction, I should update more thanks for the encouragement. thanks for the wish Cheers
    Born: I had never seen those comics before you mentioned this, but when i googled it i found you so right, anyway i think its a good thing

    here's some stuff been in my mac time to upload!


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    Great studies and stuff in general! The ink with a scrapyard with a boat in it is definitely a favorite

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    Great pen drawings sony. I think your sense of form is improving loads, and you are drawing and painting much more economically now. I think you can also see that in the second image of post #144, although perhaps you didn't like that one yourself. Good sense of shape, especially the face.
    I also like the illustration in post #121, fun to see graphic design all of the sudden! Always fun to see so many different things in your sketchbook.


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    Totally agree with Anthis^ the pen drawings are really great, and they are obviously teaching you loads about economy with your mark making, which really shows if you compare the last digipaint with one as few as 5 back! Keep sharing man.

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    Very good cross-hatching style, nice portraits. Solid work Sony!

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    Blunderguffer: that's my fav too
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