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    Shinobi sketchbook. updated 4/14/08 c&c welcome and appreciated

    I figured I should probably set up a sketchbook here on CA. If anyone wants to crit any work they are more than welcome to do so.

    I'll start with my older work, most of which is about 7 or 8 years old.

    I apologize for the picture quality. These were taken with a camera phone.
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    see my gallery of some of my work, old and new

    or you can view my sketchbook

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    Foreshortening still remains an elusive mystery.
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    my newer art, from November of last year to as current as yesterday. I'm finally getting back into art after a 7 or so year hiatus from it.

    This first post is hand studies from January. The first three are 30-60 second sketches and the last is a value study.
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    some portrait art that I did in November of last year and December of last year.
    see my gallery of some of my work, old and new

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    some newer sketches, hands and other anatomy mostly.
    see my gallery of some of my work, old and new

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    finally a couple of some still lifes from my drawing class.
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    I liked the cubistic feel of a couple of the older works in the first post. It also looks like you had an affinity for creatures in the early going.

    Now that you are doing what look like Bridgman studies you can still remember that angular cubistic look if you ever find yourself wanting to draw humanoid robots. I guess to translate that look over to creatures you would have to hang around Moai's mentoring thread or something.

    The still lifes look pretty good. I hope you will keep plugging away at it. You don't have to keep making amateur art your whole life.
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    I highly advise you purchase a scanner. Photographs in dimly lit settings make it very difficult to read what you've actually drawn. Your recent work suggests that you are moving away from the whole anime scene, which is good if you want to improve. Keep working on Bridgman, purchase a scanner, and you'll be in business.
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    nice stuff, good that you make studies, cause u will learn nothing by drawing manga/anime, or well...alteast not much, keep drawing and keep posting^^
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    i actually do have a scanner, but the majority of these works were too large to scan in. I have started doing most of my more recent sketches in my smaller sketchbook so that i will be able to scan them.

    Thanks for the replies. I'm glad that some of you guys at least took the time to comment. I have been moving away from anime/manga style art more and more recently. So, I doubt there will be too much of that in the sketchbook as I update it.
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    i love the great wall sketch
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    thanks shimi, that's one of my favorites
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    some new stuff from today and a few scans of other stuff that i had posted before. I'll try to scan from now on when I can.

    the older stuff first.
    see my gallery of some of my work, old and new

    or you can view my sketchbook

    Looking for a mentor to help with anything and everything.

    Foreshortening still remains an elusive mystery.
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    then the new stuff from today. from Bridman's book of 100 hands
    see my gallery of some of my work, old and new

    or you can view my sketchbook

    Looking for a mentor to help with anything and everything.

    Foreshortening still remains an elusive mystery.
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