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    Ooooh Asa posted! My dear your sketchbook pages rock. I'm still in love with how you draw jaws

    And that little witch is too cool! Makes for a great new avatar. Yay! Keep it up!


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    wow! you have really improved....
    .. i really like your last picture..... good job!
    keep up the good work!

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    yeah man, i agree with the rest. tight improvement!
    those drawings from life on the previous page is great!

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    Hey sorry to dig up older stuff but yahhhhhhh http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1211310970

    Katara! I fuckin LOVE avatar. Your little dancing Toph is cool too. You a fan of Josh Middleton (http://joshuamiddleton.blogspot.com/) ? He does the thin clean line stuff like that style too.

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    Hey, A! I wanted to quickly reply in your sb since you did the same for me in mine - and thanks much for that!

    Really sweet figure work in here! The line work really is nice! Oh, and values were/are my weak spot, too - but keep at it! Practice, practice and practice some more! Keep it up!

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    Hiiii Asa! (I didn't know you were from Iceland, I love that place, the land of interesting people!) I like that you went back to basics, studying anatomy, drawing from life and such, that's very good. I like your pencils a lot, and I think you should focus more on values now, not so much on color. Do a lot of pencil renders/greyscales in photoshop or whatever you use, and then later on when it gets more comfortable, try out the color realm. Hope you post more!
    Lots of Love

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    very very nicce updates you just keep on killing it!
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    Hi Asa,

    Really cool tattoo designs.

    Great work on the witch, love the colors.

    Keep on sharing!

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    i love your style!! the facial expressions on your characters are incredible. Keep posting!!!
    Draw until your hand hurts and then draw some more!!!!

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    Whoa, what's going on? Thanks everyone for replying, have a warm muffin!

    Clochette - Thanks! Glad someone sees improvements, really encouraging
    Lex.W - Thank you, again, really glad improvement is showing Thanks for the nice comments on the witch, I hope the bg is alright, just ended up doing something simple.
    schematic hands - Thanks a lot! All this talk about improvement is making my ego happy
    algenpfleger - Hey man, thanks! Haha, I love your little jaw thing Glad you liked the sketches and the witch, yay!
    catukas - Thanks for stopping by, cheers!
    Flaskpost - Tight improvement sounds sweet, thanks a lot
    nonie - Thanks! So glad to meet another Avatar fan! Glad you liked the Katara, I have to do more Avatar fanart. Thanks for the link too, been browsing a lot, very inspiring work.
    PatriciaS - Thanks so much Practice is indeed the keyword! Darn values need to be tackled, will most def do.
    Reika - Thanks so much for the advice As I said, I'm gonna kick the values' butt with BW exercises! And hehe, good to my nationaly makes me instantly interesting, you're too sweet!
    comixnut - Thanks sir, killing stuff is indeed my goal
    Quinn Simoes - Hi man, thanks for the kind words! Glad you liked the witch's colour palette, it was a little headache to put together.
    Pad&pencil - Wow, thanks a lot, that's a great compliment

    I finally started working again on my neverending painting in the last few days, I really want to finish it soon. Honestly, I must be setting some records, I work so incredibly slow. I think that pause did me good, though, something must've clicked recently because I saw so many glaring faults right away!

    I tried pushing the values, what do you think? And I know it's still really rough, but I'm posting a WIP now so I could get helpful crits before I refine it too much. I also tried a quick ambient lighting, although I see now the source isn't quite consistant enough. Oh, and finally redid the colour in the bg, the green was indeed horrible

    I just hate feeling so lost in the whole process, I never really know what I'm doing and often just stumble upon something and don't know how to replicate it again. I guess I just need more practice.
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    And just for the fun of it, here's a picture of my friend after getting the tattoos I designed for her She changed the colours, though. It's quite something!
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    Yours was a nice sketchbook to look through.

    After viewing the process on the guy and girl painting, one thing sticks out to me. Individually, most of your forms read well. However, therein lies the problem: individually. As you mentioned, the piece lacks a consistent light source. You've got to pick a direction, and go with it. This will also allow you to pick out your lightest lights and darkest darks, which will help if you try to push the values. Also, the cast shadows will be particularly important to make the figures read as close together. Though they are physically interacting, they are not spacially. I can't wait to see this one finished. It looks like it has been an excellent learning process.

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    you have a lot of really nice stuff in here. im enjoying hte new witch and you pencil sketches, they are very precise but fluid at the same time. i think your latest looks a bit too static compared with your other work although i know its not finished
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=120987

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    there you goooooo nice it looks!

    watch the guy's skintones - the mids are getting really desaturated from the blending. push them a bit, mids should be more saturated in general. but that's about my only crit, since it looks awesome!! so go! finish it!

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    very nice work, love your anatomy studies (apart from...some godzilla legs here and there hehe )
    and you have a very nice clean line style

    try keeping your subjects varied, challenge yourself with different things!

    keep sharing
    ciao

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    some very nice stuff in here, I like it a lot!
    Love the little witch hehe

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