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    hey man how could i forget it
    you asked where my motivation comes from. this question is easy to answer. it's bobby chiu's motivational stuff. really. listen to this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJowNFmuul8

    i listened to this like a thousand times. changed my life, definitely.


    and keep those updates coming! i think it's admirable that you practice even the flu's almost killing you. can't wait to see what you're gonna do once you're fit again.

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    algenpfleger: Cool thanks, I'll take a look at this video.


    So today i took a half day at work because i needed to get some things done there despite the fact that i feel like a walking zombie. Here are some mouths... I think i'm going backwards, these seem to be getting worse and worse. I guess though i kinda have to unlearn 22 years of stick figures and box people.

    Here they are mouths.
    We got some Mick Jagger or Steven Tyler Aerosmith lips going on down there somewhere viewer's choice.
    There is also a dude with a small nose and huge Baron Von Underbite action.

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    Looking good dude, keep with those anatomy studies, and try to vary both the line and the shading, i think it will add a lot to your work. Keep sharing ;-)

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    nice lips, i like them big and juicy. and you have done a good job on that part, i wonder if you can put some red color in there, just wondering. i like me some strawberry lips you gets what im saying lol.



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    yeah man keep goign keep going keep going and listen to that podcast man! it's what you asked for, the source of my inspiration and motivation.

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    RandAlThor: Thanks! Thats something i was actually trying to figure out.
    l0stinth0ughts: hahaha thanks!
    algenpfleger: Woah, I got around to listening to podcast today! Man! No wonder you're able to do what you do, he's really inspirational.




    OK! So i managed to get in another page of drawing between restless sickness induced sleep. Below we have a buff dude's arm and leg and we got a mouth and an eye.

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    nice stuff here man. your face studies are coming along well. diggin your cartoons as well. i really like the kid that hates snow. well as far as crits go. i would suggest doing more anatomy studies. loomis or brigdman or life drawing classes are great for that. for your digis i'd suggest using a harder brush when painting so it doesn't get the blurry dull look you get from using soft brushes. keep it up.

    To live is to create, to create is to live. Without art and music, I do not know how I would get by in my day to day life.

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    All kinds of Wrong

    thesadpencil: Thanks! i've actually been trying to find better ways of doing the digital painting. I'm not liking photoshop too much i feel like the hard brushes are too hard and the soft ones are too soft and i can't find a reliable site that has decent brushes. I tried making my own but it was kinda lame. I made one that looks like crayons though that was kinda cool. I ended up using those for the lines in the snow kid thing.

    MONGOSMASH: hahaha.


    OK! So i've been gone a while. I just quit my job so i had to wrap things up all while battling this sickness which doesn't seem to be going away. I've spent my free time hunting down a copy of any of the loomis books. Drawing the heads and hands is the only one i managed to find a hard copy of. I borrowed them and handed them off to a friend of mine who is going to make me a copy. So in the meantime i have these 2 things that are all kinds of wrong. I feel like the more i draw the worse i get. I really hope i stop being sick soon.


    Anyways here is a f-ed up looking skull
    And there is an f-ed up disproportionate old man with whack lips.

    I think i'm going to just delete today's post later tonight hahah. This post is really embarrassing...

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    see that's what i told you! really makes me work harder.

    good to see you're keeping up the studies man and don't delete bad stuff. it will make you feel better when you look at it in a few weeks! just be honest to yourself, that's the most important thing

    keep it up man!

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    Keep doing those studies, you are on the right track

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    It's been a long long while

    Drawing again after what like 2 years? I only read the very first part of the "Drawing the Head with Ron Lemen" tutorial and thought i'd do that.

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    Back from an 8 month hiatus from drawing.
    Here is something I did today starting at the beginning getting used to a wacom again and ending in the manual of a PC game from the mid-90's


    The Adventures of Mr. Frozenbears aka Easily demotivated by Endless Overtime.
    Meet Robot: Scanners show no sammich. Where is my sammich?

    The Adventures of Mr. Frozenbears aka Easily demotivated by Endless Overtime.
    This suit is much lighter now I can look for that sammich

    The Adventures of Mr. Frozenbears aka Easily demotivated by Endless Overtime.
    Robot is suddenly a girl.

    The Adventures of Mr. Frozenbears aka Easily demotivated by Endless Overtime.
    Legs are no longer 2x the length of the body

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    Closer

    The Adventures of Mr. Frozenbears aka Easily demotivated by Endless Overtime.
    Mid 90's pc game manual that someone will buy and only play the first 30 mins of.

    Tada!

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    The Adventures of Mr. Frozenbears aka Easily demotivated by Endless Overtime.
    I tried to do some color work

    The Adventures of Mr. Frozenbears aka Easily demotivated by Endless Overtime.
    Then I went back to drawing because it was too frightening.

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