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    I really like the colors in your environments, especially this one: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2.../landscape.jpg the only crit i can offer is to try to push the atmospheric perspective a little more maybe.

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    Love your portraits, it shows you have solid control. Keep up the good work!BTW what brand of paper do you use? i always wanted to try the brown paper!

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    gorgeous pencil stuff man, really lovely linework. Ditto whats already been said about adding more depth in the environments, give them that extra push towards epic atmospheric perspective. nice colours tho.

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    here was my last attempt on digital landscape



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    Last edited by RaWIII; July 7th, 2008 at 03:37 PM. Reason: fix links
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    one more


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    beautiful, i really like your pencil studies, the linework is very confident and well placed. great work.

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    That digital landscape is very nice, and as others have said the drawings are high quality. I think the pencil drawings could use a dose of contrast though, just to make the image as a whole pop more.

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    I finally have a computer!! I'm thoroughly excited. TO celebrate here is a new round of sketches.





    Here a a digital piece based off of a sargent. Unfortunately I don't have a Tablet yet so it's all mouse.






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    Amazing line quality and sense of form, it's very inspiring!
    Doesn't seem like you do any structural sketching, or at least very rarely, am I right?
    5 stars from me

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    This is a fantastic sketchbook. I know others have already said this, but I love the way you portray white.

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    This is a really sweet sketchbook. I love the line quality a lot

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    relly nice pencil works, love your line



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    Nice lifedrawings all the way...great stuff in here.

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    Wow, all your work is really amazing.
    I especially like that last digital environment you did(post 35).

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    Thanks for all the replies

    Call me snake: I mostly sketch in the larger shapes then think in terms of what i want to emphasize.

    here is another doodle i might finish a little later


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    Wow, this sb is really fantastic. The forms and shading blow me away, and these latest digital paints were done with a mouse?!

    Amazing.

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    Great work man, you can see the effort in there, the line is very nice as well. I think I see some problem with proportions on the upper arm on the work: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...line7-8-08.jpg Her upper arm seems a little short compared to the forearm, as it is way shorter then the forearm, and the perspective is not big enough to drastically change that. But nonetheless, stunning progress. Drop by my sketchbook if you have a min, let me know what you think. Any advice would be awsome

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    Great sketches man, and your digital work is great! Keep it up!

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    After leyendecker.

    Inspired By Jaimes post


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    Hello! It seems like you definitely improved on the white highlights. Comparing the first couple to the last couple, I can see you worked on fixing that. Very nice! You have some beautiful work. ;P Keep it up! Do try to fix some of the broken Photobucket links though...We'd love to see what they are!

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    Your work is absolutely great, keep up the great work!! I would say to push your shading to be darker and more detailed. Keep it up!

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    Just wanted to say great work! this stuff is impressive.

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    im floored by ur work.
    u say u did this with a mouse?
    god i cant wait to see what u can do with a tablet

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    sorry to be misleading, that last one was done with a tablet, finally got one!

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    heres a new 30 min sketch
    based from a repin. My main goal was to capture the mood.


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    You've got a wonderful understanding of the phrase, "get loose." Very nice!

    The environment from June 17th is excellent. Really enjoyed that piece.

    Ah, anatomy studies! Looking good! We've done a lot of the same ones (imagine how many people over the entire world have? Wow...)

    Don't stop!

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    Your lines are unbelievably weighty. You convey volume with a flick of the wrist, ya bastard.

    Great stuff.

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