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    Ah appologies they are prity large images i guess.
    just for anyone who may fancy an easier look at my stuff and sethe stuff i didnt bother to post try my blog for anything else

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    abit of what ive done, doing and working on
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    any advice crits or anything would be great

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    This is an album cover i was asked to cook up. the sketch was just an colour iverted sketch on paper then worked on in photoshop. the final piece i'm still working on but this is how its evolving up so far.
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    nice start here. you have a very expressive style, i like it, especially the guy w/ the big gun. for your digis. i'd suggest using a harder brush so you don't get that flat blurry look to your paintings. and also try to put more emphasis on your darks and lights to help w/ the contrast of the image. also it wouldn't hurt to do some more anatomy studies but other than that keep it up.

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    Quick one hour sketch on photoshop
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    thanks sad pencil, definatly going to be working on my anatomy, somedays i can crack it but others like you see i get abit lost, also i agree with using harder colours when drawing. i have abit of a fear of it sometimes.


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    yeah soft brushes are way more lenient than harder brushes but the quality you can achieve w/ hard brushes is well worth it. just keep at it.

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    just a few quick fire pen and pencil sketchs
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    This here is a piece that relates to one of my previous posts about an album covert i was comissioned to do. the album is entitled 'operator' the guy asked for a picture of a guy with what would look like wire connections itno the back of his head and also wearing somekind of mechanicale goggles.
    then after that side was done he asked for the other side to have an organic eye held in some form of wireing and mechanicle form. so here it is.
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    Since i did these pieces hes had them sized and added text for the Vynil prints they where intended for so far hes just sent me the plans but the copys will be made soon and hopefully i'll have my dirty mits on one too.

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    somebody out tehre please give me a crit or anything on soemthing i've posted so far. starting to feel theres no goddamn point

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    some really cool stuff in here, diggin your style. As a kind of advice: get a good anatomy book and do some studies. especially in your last digital piece this would help you a lot. The piece itself is quite cool, some more anatomical correctness would make it badass

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    Thanks Gloominati, i'm working on my anatomy for sure, i'm realisng i'm losing sense of depth sometimes and genreal good feel to some of figures so thats giving me a kick to work at it. I do have an anatomy book that i got not long ago but typicaly lent it to a friend to study from.
    anyway heres a few quick pen sketches in my book and one hour sketch in photoshop
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    Really diggin' the 3rd pic in your last post Very simple yet cool. Also as has already been stated, go grab a good book on anatomy man like Loomis' Figure Drawing For All Its Worth, once you've got a solid foundation in what things actually look like, stylize them from there At least that way you have a logical method and understanding as to the stylisation Keep posting.

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