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  1. #53
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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

    sketchbook

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    blog!
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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.
    RaWIII sketchbook updated 8.13.12

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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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    you have some beautiful imagery. Wonderful variation in line quality, and your digital painting isn't bad either!

    two suggestions however: when rendering in pencil, do amp up the values a bit... it will make the volume of the figure pop out and become more apparent. Also, try to finish the hands and feet... I've noticed that when you draw a figure, you tend to finish the face first, then the body, then the hands and feet first... don't neglect them because they are difficult. I have to brush up on them all the time myself.

    good stuff! keep it up!

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    RaWIII sketchbook updated 8.13.12
    Lipking study, again just trying to capture the mood and color.

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    hey RawII,
    very good anatomical studies, the balance and proportion is all well, its just some of the tones and and contrast is need to be worked on. other than that i guess thats all you need to work on for the anatomy. best of luck man l0stinth0ughts



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    really nice sketchbook. I love the weight of your lines, the fluidity. The form shading is really impressive too. Thanks for sharing.

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    quite the path here already. amazing development from the first page to your later images. Yes, prime linework, and you've got some digi skillzz. rock on!

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