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    Sticks N Rocks

    Hi, been drawing for awhile. But I've never felt like i had a style. So this sketchbook is my attempt at finding, my style K I've run on long enough.
    On to the Art.

    Starting off by showing some background ---> to previous work.

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    Greetings! Congrats on startin your SB.
    Nice work so far..I will be the first to crit.

    As tired as I get of hearing this same thing about my own work, I will offer the same advice to you..Study anatomy alot. You have a basic foundational knowledge but there's much room to make your characters that much more believable by studying...If you would like some book titles or some free PDFs on the subject just shoot me a PM.

    I know when i hear this it is kind of discouraging, but hey we're not here to to just get 'hey man great work!' comments.

    Don't get me wrong, your work is good, but as you said you are finding your style. Just draw draw draw, and study, and draw draw draw, then repeat 1000x

    Cheers.

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    S!R - thnx 4 the crits and the welcome.

    Here is some more recent work. ------>

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    Continued ------>

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    Some evening sketches.------>

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    Your most recent post is your best IMO. Keep up the figure drawing, it pays off. Also, along with the full body gestures, don't shy away from face, hand and feet studies.

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    Yeah, I agree. Definitely liking this last post the most so far...
    Keep up the posting...

    diggin it

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    Sublimus - good point. i do seem to be struggling in those area's u mentioned.

    Here r more reference sketches. Planning on doing these all this week. I'm paying more attention to rendering hands and feet from different perspectives atm.

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    getting something started w/ the lower legs and feet area

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    Too the Community - Which website is best for shrinking down my picture slides? Thnx - I understand that my pics are a little big atm.

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    todays work

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    Hmmmm...nice legs there, haha.
    I mean they are thight....uuhh...good!!

    Think you know this yourself, but keep drawing faces like this http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1193377581
    Try to draw eyes etc. into the upperleft sketch, maybe you get more feeling for the depth this way...

    See ya.

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    holiday was good. hope u all had a nice one too. Now for updates. Here is a small dump of sketches been working on @ the 9 to 5.

    ghoulio - thnx for the C&C. the face is my toughest zone atm. after i get the hands and feet a lot more polished, im going to go in a tackle my faces more.

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