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Thread: Nibras' [Lilnebo] Sketchbook - Still wanting to work for Massive Black someday

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    well to thank some people
    cuz i forgot to do it when am updating
    lalovergel: ty loads i really hope i do
    Kvick: ty and will do
    UnSharpened: don't like tracing lol in think you can learn more by looking at the shapes but ty anywayz
    markey2d: ty and yes i will keep doing the studies
    Toxdel: thanks for the advice i'll start trying to do that now

    Ty loads for the encouragment peepz
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    your off to a good start for someone your age. i can only say what everyone has prally already told you, study anatomy more. (loomis, and brigman are good ref. books) and practice practice practice, do some contour drawings, do some quick gesture drawings, study from life, and try your hardest to put all your effort into this, which requires basically drawing everyday and constantly trying to improve. try to post everyday and not just comment everyday, because the more you post your artwork the more people will see it. the more you comment you lose time which could be spent doing art. just my take on that though. definitely off to a good start, keep at it.
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    great work so far, If I were you, instead of jumping into color, I would work with gray scale. Its the primer of a painting ^_^
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    Wanted tot thank you for your very nice reply in my SB, and to wish yourself the best of luck too.
    Your already very good and you have a lot of talent it shows, espescially since your just 13!
    Keep at it!
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    nice studies, but i wanna see art too, real pictures, of things youve done yourself...well studies are good but i think theyr boooring >,<
    post some non-studies work for me...

    pretty pleease?
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    OK lilnebo,i wish i was at your age again but with current experience .
    your future is very clear,so keep your learning and practice.I'll see you in future
    and about your drawings,i didn't saw all of your sb's pages but i think it's better for you to read kimon nicolaides' "natural way to draw" book before starting anatomy and this kind of stuff.i didn't read that book myself but I'm sure that it can help you very much.and try to draw more accurate.
    at all you reached page 4 very soon.keep it up
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    BIIIG Update: thanks for alls the c&cs peepz i'll thank everyone another time but i have to go to bed after this
    Some wip and stuff and some studies gesture and finished work
    the dude with the sword is a bit stiff meh
    The breakdancer me LIKKKKKKKKKKES
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    Thanks for the encouragement. Your anatomy has come on leaps and nounds since your first page - it's so encouraging to see in someone so (relatively) young for this whole thing
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    wow awesome anatomy for your age! keep up the good work!
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    Nice studies. Try to work on your values more tho. The colors dont matter much, but if the values are right, then the character will read well(they will look more real) and not flat or cartoony unless thats what you want your characters to look like, and thats alright as well. Sorry about ranting on. Altogether, I see progress. Cant wait for more.
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    hey lilnebo your work is coming along nicely. Anatomy has progressed alot since your first post which is excellent so just keep studying. Your painting is coming along quite nicely but is being a bit neglected. Try and study as much as you do your anatomy with your painting, look for books, try different styles etc. Im not much older then you so you dont have to take my advice. Awsum progress and I will keep looking at your sketchbook so keep it up!
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    Damn ur gonna get real good, so young and already taking on anatomy studies.. im still to lazy to them haha, keep it coming
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    Thanks for the kind words! Looking through your thread it looks like your already improving, i was going to suggest tracking down some Loomis stuff, but it seems like your already use it. Good to see. Keep it coming
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