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    Smuss's s.book

    Name:  xxxava.jpg
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Size:  26.0 KBHey!
    I'm 18!
    I come from Poland.
    I love art!
    Well, that's all you need to know For now at least!
    ah... and I gonna try to keep this topic up to date!

    More crap here: http://arthcore.blogspot.com/

    It's partly unfinished, because I had no time left to finish it

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    Looking good - I'd like to see more.

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    looks really good so far

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    Agree with the other comments. You have a good understanding of human proportions, the only critique would be the faces need bit more work.

    Cheers.

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    Yeah the head the head is the last thing i draw so it's usually unfinished.
    Anyway thank you all
    here is something I did today
    I know symmetry... but i can't help it! I love symmetry

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    Cool Bot, lets see him painted up ;-)

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    Yeah painting the robot up... no time for that right now;/
    lot's of work to do!
    If I manage to get into art school I gonna have much much more time for art!

    Some loomis fun + color studies nothing special actually

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    iep cool stuff so far
    post more
    i love your first post and the last one (the characters)
    cheers

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    MOOOOOOOOOOREEEE
    Liked the colour enviro's in your last post.

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    looking pretty dam fine for 18! watch you size realtion between hands, feet and head... constantly keep checking with the rest of the drawing. look forward to seeing more

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    I like your face characters, with those hard lines! Maybe you should make it a bit smoother for the curvature of lips or ear, but it's very interesting! You are brilliant for such a young person! Hem, I'm not an old lady, but when I was 18 I was an awful dunce!
    Keep posting!

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    hey smuss,
    not bad for starters on a sketchbook, i like the shading youve done on the sides. but apart from that you prolly need to work on getting a more clear contour on the object you are drawing. therefore having that down the shading only comes easy, well atleast for me it does, but keep it up. i wanna see some more.



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    @ pbgse, Hive_minD Thank You!
    @coldrum 18 well I feel kinda crappy for my age Anyway I'm glad you like it. Head, hands, feet proportion yeah... I realised that to, but I do them often in a hurry, for it's the last thing i usually draw!
    @Clochette Gotta try that! I hope it's gonna work for me!
    @l0stinth0ughts I've got to disagree A clean contour can be nice, but it is definately overrated. You see it nearly everywhere, because it's a good way to make a concept clear. But i believe if you master the lost and found line, you can do far more and it makes the piece more interesting! You can show light in sketches with that method, which is great if drawing fast and just placing down the basic idea. Have a look at the drawing by Raffaello Sanzio I attached he lost the contour to show where the light hits I know that there is no clear light source in the head studies but I hope I could convince you anyway

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    Just a small experiment.
    Dry brush (acrylics) on paper. It's really hard to paint any details when painting this smal with a big brush!

    / plus stuff you didn't see because you didn't check my blog

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    Some really fast Bridgman sketches. Can't wait for the real anatomy, but I feel like i need to work myself through the whole book!

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    Some more Bridgman + total mega crap produced by my best friend called brain!

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    Sooo here we go with a master copy... ok let's call it a color study for I wanted to do something quick. Anyway if you know the orginal you can still tell what it is...

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    Well I didnt manage to post my stuff all the time here. I did mostly traditional art. From life.
    So... drawing from out of my mind is the hardest thing for me, for I didnt practice it at all.
    But now I have a lot of free and can finally train anatomy and stuff ( I hope )

    Anyway need your help. I cant get the right leg right... I hope you can help me. It's a WIP but i guess you've already noticed.

    Anyway some traditionall stuff is going to follow... maybe today... hell I'm such a lazy person.

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    your stuff looks good keep it up!

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    Yeah, watch the large hands.

    Otherwise, some very cool stuff. Actually really liked the colour studies.
    Look forward to seeing more.

    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

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    Promising sketchbook, it's good to learn from reference to make your studies but imagination training is half part of it! I know what you mean... Enjoy your free time, I will soon as well!

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    update!
    ...not that you care

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    Some studies...
    some mind stuff...

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    Based on a photo I made in Turkey.
    Mostly a color study.

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    crap!

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    some cool stuff going on here dude keep it up !


    my sb :http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...ight=sevarenge

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    Yay some alchemy fun!

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