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    Oh man I love your illustrative work. Youre recent portraits like #138 are so sick, totally love it, such a calming piece of work, not sure why but its a beautiful style

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    TFsean: Thanks I am working with pastels now, its super cool medium will post soon; visit soon

    IDW 191, Entry I won
    Frognaze: It contains the Magical potion extracted from frogs and
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    from frogs meet with chemicals and electric lighting Taser beams exudes
    with speed of light. The victim’s soul will be possessed by the keeper of the “Frognaze”.




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    Congrats for the IDW entry victory.
    The Frognaze is designed and rendered originally.
    And the description to it is also excellent.
    You are a real pro.


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    Bee.....eeen a while now since I have updated. I fell in love with charcoal because it gives me to much freedom in drawing. Some of the studies I ahve been doing for while now. enjoy!
    b/w I am doing lots of water color and pastel pieces too. Next: those!


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    Fantastic work you have here. I'm really drawn to your landscape paintings. I really struggle with that but your sketchbook has really inspired me. Keep up the good work! I'll be back.

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    Beautiful charcoal drawings, I really love the portraits. And the watercolor on 138 is very powerful.

    Some of the anatomy studies are getting too loose though. Maybe try to think about the big structures more like a box and draw out some perspective guidelines, and make sure the box is receding correctly in space.

    For example, on this one, you can define the side plane of the left glut a bit more carefully. And maybe think about where the other Gluteal tuberosity is. That way, you know exactly where the Gluteus Medius inserts into. Afterall, insertion and origin are one of the most important part about anatomy.

    Anyway, hope you don't mind the crit.

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    Great work, I actually like the loose-ness in your anatomy studies. I need to do more of that...
    You can always try to draw some more refined studies, just for the sake of balance There's a lot to learn from both ways.

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    more charcoals
    Maidith: thanks keep coming am already doing so Yup I need to do more fine rendering to study more too
    Aaron_ : thanks buddy, point noted
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    Cheese was Mr Cheezaviron's eternal love, he loved every thing by cheese, Rats became his nemesis as they infested his love! Cheezayran was primarily developed for exterminating the rats, it served its purpose but Cheezaviron was unaware of his invention that it could lure the kids as well, As the society found out of Cheezayran consequences they executed Mr Cheezaviron and Cheezayran was stolen by Ratatoilliosons family. No one knows what danger lies ahead!


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    Awesome!

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    Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook! I love all the different styles of drawings/paintings you have; your portraits are gorgeous!

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    Cool studies, I see you're pushing your anatomy ones quite well Keep it up

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    Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook!

    You've got some amazing stuff in here, and those bottom four gesture studies in #161 are lovely.

    Not much to crit, but I'd like to see you work more from life. It'll help balance out the photo and book stuff you're doing.

    Great sketchbook all round though. Good luck and keep drawing!

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    I wish I had the diligence to study anatomy as hard as you seem to do. Nice sketchbook man, thanks for taking a peek at mine too.

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    Xamllew, Matija Vuk, Kjylee, LekLek Thanks a lot guys

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    very clean studies the last pic is pretty funny

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    Hiya! Thanks for dropping by my sketchbook earlier. It is appreciated.

    I like your anatomy studies and I think your work is showing real progress. Your portraits on the previous pages are also quite nice! I didn't notice any particular areas that you should focus on, so just keep at it.

    Good luck with your studies!

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    Syrella & FatMoShank: thanks guys


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    The minimalist quick life drawings are awesome, you've captured loads with minimal marks - really difficult to accomplish!

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    Team challenge stuff

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    loving the prisma pencil, studies studies studies
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    Whoa, you've been going hard at it lately!

    Gz on winning IDW, always nice to see some finished work in between the studies! It's interesting how you're doing such varied work, though I think I've said this before. It's striking how much anatomy you've done lately though, are you planning to do some characters. Because following up studies on a certain topic with stuff from imagination is a great way to learn whatever it is you are studying.

    Nice charcoal studies- it's a mystery to me how you get those round forms. I just get smudges and scratches
    You appear to like using the prismacolor pencils them and the sketches do look great. I'm wondering though- what's special about them? do they feel different? Do they leave stronger lines than normal blue pencils?
    I noticed your line economy has gotten much better too since earlier pages. exciting stuff!


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    Great works
    Digital gestures are from memory / imagination or from ref?

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