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    Nothing here. Seriously.

    Have it your way. See for yourself
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    Wow... you have a lot of really good work here. I really like a lot of the detail you put into their faces and clothing.
    My only C&C right now would be that i would love to see you work on maybe one or two long studies... like 6-8 hours drawing the same figure or picture so that way you are able to put the same detail of the face throughout the whole character. Also if you enjoy drawing characters, maybe see some faces expressing different emotions of the same character and same with figures of the whole character. So that you would be creating a character and giving life to him/her/it by these pictures.
    Definitely keep updating!!
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    Hey man, nice too see some improvement in your sb, I havent been on in awhile. Love the line quality and rendering technique so far... Hope to meet up with you one of these days.
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    Hey man, great ta meetcha in Seattle, how's Chicago? Cold? Heheh.

    Looks like you're doing a lot of character designs. Your general gasp of the form and proportions of the figure seem good, but I think you need to get more familiar with the details of the anatomy, make things more firmly interlocked and rendered.

    Also, you might want to work on building up stronger areas of value, it'll really help to communicate things more quickly and effectively, as well as making it easier for you to analyze your compositions, rein in those white spaces.
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    Hey i still haven't seen him to ask but i will in a couple of weeks! sorry
    But dude you should totally keep up with the pen and/or marker , you have some pretty confident lines compared to your pencils! keep doing that!
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    I really like your old CHOW entry. The detail of the character is so perfect. His clothes and his movement just really work.

    Do you use regular markers?
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    the space guy - his forearm and the gun look great! his body and his upper arm look great! but when you connected the two, you gave him a broken arm
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    Yeah, the Kindly Ones is tough to take. You'll realise later that it is the best book in the series tho. Nice works in your SB.
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    lulz. I wasn't sugarcoating it - but if you want a crit - I suggest you work on your contrast. remember that everything can be defined by four basic values: light, half light, half shade, and shadow.

    I wish I could draw legs like yours.
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    Very nice pencils man, I like them alot. It's great that you're productive too. I'm going to be one boring lazyass by not having much critisism to offer I guess, just keep it up. It's great that you're doing alot of life drawing though, I can tell you that.
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    with a good working knowledge of anatomy, you would be unstopable.

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    I like a lot these simple life drawings!!
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    yeah boy! youve been drawing like crazy! Its amazing how much we all inspired each other at Revelations. I really like your life studies. great work, keep it up!

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