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    very nice))

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    Thanks we4er | some more

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    hey, good linework and your stylization is pretty interesting, it's not so much to make it cartoony but just enough to add style

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    merci peringalitte | some more

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    Nice stuff, very cool.
    Hope to see some of them in colors.

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    merci jorge | wish granted

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    Excellent sketches. Are you by chance an architecture major?

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    merci odin, i'm 18 and i'm in 12 grade - at an architecture highschool - i'm not sure what did u mean by that ,,major ''

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    I apologize, I wasn't aware you were living in Romania. "Major" is a word we apply to college students in the states as a way to designate a field of study: as in, biology major, history major, ect. I myself am majoring in Architecture at the college level. Our public education system is hit or miss in the states, but I would have loved to specialize in architecture while in high school.

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    no problem odin, i guess i'll be an architecture major starting autumn this year !

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    some more !i would like you to comment on my sketches ! merci

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    Great environment and architecture. More finished work with ink for example would be even better. I don't know for sure, but I think the yellow figures are to tall for the building. I like where this sketchbook is going, so keep it up.

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    merci whitevillage, you might be right regarding the yellow figures ! thank you for the comment !

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    The yellow figures standing in the shadow should be darker than the ones in the sun... Even if you are focusing on the architecture, every detail can influence the over all impression.
    You are really good at drawing buildings! And you seem to know perspective well! I particulary like the churches and medieval looking buildings. Did you use reference, or did you draw this from your mind?

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    It's obvious their color should fade away as they go deeper into the space but it's not and they leave no shadow on the ground ! i like it better that way, i don't know why but sometimes i like to lose the patterns ! i totally agree with the details tough i used both reference and imagination ! thank you for the comment janeM !

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    two more sketches !

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    these are very nice! i wish a could draw buildings like that! have you worked on any people? you try to post some of those, they're probably just as good.

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    Merci Ignominious ! i still have to improve on sketching people before i can upload some here, but i will

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    I really like your work Tibi, it seems to stand alone really well and you have a good handle on perspective on your simpler geometrical buildings. Maybe try to aim for a greater sense of perspective or alignment on the domes as well. They don't seem to be as structurally rigid as the others and there are inconsistencies in the detail and window levels.

    Keep it up it's awesome!

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    Great handle on perpective! I love how easily drawn your buildings look, good work with shading as well.

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    Beast thanks, there is no doubt that i'll try some complex structures too , babysteps for now !
    Quinster merci !
    Nomad what can i say ? ... that's some highly constructive critique !

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    Nice, Excellent line work. Good vanishing points, i have a questions how do you get your lines to be crisp, my lines wiggle out of proportion and blotches in some spots? what types of drawing utensils do u use?

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    How did you ever learn how to draw buildings like that? I know perspective is a big aspect of it, but I can never get a style or the detail. Just a rectangle with squares suggesting where windows should be.

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    Very cool stuff! I'm double your age and I'm just now getting comfortable with perspective. I'm envious. Keep showing us your work.

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    l0stinth0ughts merci ! i use more pencils on a sketch and those would be a rotring 0.7 with B and 2B mines and Golf/ Fatih standard pencils 2 4 and 6 B ! how to make u'r line to be crisp ? u must practice a little bit, but the main ideea is that u must hold u'r hand in a very stable position so u can drow a crisp line ! also u can rotate the pencil to make u'r line crisp and at the same time to keep u'r pencil sharp ( it's very important to be sharp )
    DuoMaxwell64 merci ! well with a good documentation u can drow almost anything so get informed than practice( daily if possible - it's so easy to forget how to drow )
    Sendak merci !
    two more sketches !

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    two more [ some comments would be much appreciated ]

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    these are some pretty impressive architectural renderings!

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