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    MarkBehm's book

    Finally decided I gotta put up a sketchbook. I feel like I can put roughs up here and get feedback. Yes? Nobody wants to crit on blogs. Overall and specific C&C are most appreciated!

    First (not the icon) is for a forum called drawerGeeks. Topic: create-a-sith. The other is my first oil sketch in years.
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    hey nice start...the sith its cool....ur paintin' style its nice...mm.. i think that the lightnin' source, in this case, the lighsaber, should be more intense in the pants and feets...nice job man!...now keep postin'!!!
    "dear diary:..jackpot" my sketchbook

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    Good start here. Pretty odd thing the second one ^__^. Haha. Cool though. Seems like you have good potential. Seeing forward to more of your work.
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    Whoa! More!
    I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (sketchbook).
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    The arm with a face! That's genius! I think you've got a good sense of drama in your works, good lighting and dynamic poses so far....hope to see more
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    As the others said - More please!
    I love the lighting and colours in the sith one. I will be keeping an eye on your sketchbook! :-]
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    Thanks guys!
    DValkar - totally. Shoulda spend more time. Sooo late at night on that one tho.
    Stoat - crazy trad stuff!! More more more!

    A doodle+Lunchtime-lifedrawing at work from 2 dif sessions. 1 3 and 5 minutes all vine and/or compressed charcoal. Focusing mostly on massing in form and shadow rather than gesture. Charcoal is frightening and unfamiliar to me but I love how some people make it look!
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    A one bodypart creature!!...cool. Like your studies to, they´re ALIVEEEeee...

    See ya...
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    niceeeeeeee post more sketches and you got 5 stars from me then
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    Really nice stuff!!! love those studies. so natural. What a nice suprise this morning!
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    Alex: Woohoo! Thanks!

    Lunchtime quickie paint (drawing yesterday) Anatomical problems abound. This is one area I need to do more foundational work in.

    I want to write down my current goals so I have something to look back on...

    Anatomy
    _Hands & Feet - structure and value study
    _truer understanding of the shoulder girdle

    Man-made/mechanical

    Environmental
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    looks awesome! vibrant lines and great knowledge in values and anatomy!
    me likes big time!
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    Acrylic sketch on watercolor paper from last night.
    I've only ever dabbled in acrylics and never dry-brush. It was really fun! From time to time I plan to dip into them like this. Maybe even color someday.

    And yeah, I really wussed out on the neck.
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