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    anjin - yes man, i totally agree with you. I'll doing that soon...Thanks.
    Maestro Andres - Si, coincido, realmente hay que estudiar el color a fondo...y cuesta jaja, mucho tiempo.
    En cuanto a los sketchs, si, deberia desarrollarlos un poco mas. Voy a tratar de ponerles mas empeño. Gracias por los comentarios. Y postea como te resulte mas comodo a ti, en ingles o español.

    Well, here's a couple of stuff i've been working on....just practice, that's all.

    one more sketch like the recent ones


    This one, i've tried to work on it more than the usual, not happy with it but i think i learned something.


    And a selfportrait i started last week and never finished. Just a crop.


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    nice update!

    Just one thing: are the breasts of the girl in the sketch too little, or not? Considering that are into an armor imagine they should be bigger.

    It's always a pleasure your SB.

    Will you participate to Deep?

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    Thanks for the crits man, yes...you're right about it. Thanks for dropping by and no, i'm not participating in deep. Need to study more

    here's an old sketch reworked a lil' bit.



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    Hey, I'd just like to encourage you to plan your faces on characters a bit better, maybe build a small list of things you check for everytime so things are in order and proportion! Flipping the image horizontally also helps huuuuge as right now the faces tend to be a bit distorted.

    On that last image, I think it's nice, but the way he is standing kind of looks to me like it's off balance, eventhough he seems to have a heavy weapon in his hand!

    The image on the top of the page; Bueno

    I'd love to see you work on that one!

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    Lakka - hey man, thanks for stopping by and for the good advise. I never do that, flipping horizontal, even when i've read dozens of times about it. Silly me.
    And, yes, the last one is out of balance. I've focus more on the values, and not in the shape...must learn that right now.

    wip painting of one of the latest sketches. hehe, looks like a steampunk spartan haha.

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    VERY cool steampunk spartan just add a bit of
    rim light to make him pop and you have winner

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    the new spartan is coming very cool. I like it. Just one advise, put to him something: or the penis... ot something to cover it. Anyone is happy to be like a doll...
    What a good production...

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    maxetormer - hey, cool, glad you liked...i'll keep on it.
    anjin - thanks, yeah, i should put something in there...

    well, some color practices...just for fun and trying to learn something new. They're shit, but i'll keep at it for sure.





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    Steampunk spartan is looking great! Really nice job, man. Just give him smaller feet. =)
    I wanna see more enviros with more perspective and such. Keep it up!

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    good exercises, I like the fish and his color.

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    Flaskpost - thanks man for the advices...
    anjin - hey, glad you liked dude. Thanks for stopping by.

    Well, i fixed this one because it was too off in balance...
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    and this one is just a wip. Start it from a silhoutte i did a while ago, trying to learn the shapes, because i'm not used to this kind of stuff, so filling the mental library as i go....learn learn learn.
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    More work on this fellow

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    You hit the point! this is what I meant. I believe it improved a lot with white highlights.

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    anjin - hey, thanks, glad you see some improvement.

    Another one based from a lil' silhouette. I'll try to really paint this guy.

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    whyyyy!?!?!? Why did you sketched a lot of perfect lineart and now you did this one, good but not like the other ones and you want to paint this one... whyyyyy?!?!? Ok ok... I believe you, let's see how you are going to transform this one.

    now, comments: the foot are really too much exaggerate, and the hand is too fast. Will you touch the sketch before to start to paint it?

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    ***Edit: I see that Anjin has a point in his post below, so I'll do the double language thing from now on, since in essence the nice thing about this forum is how public people can see other's people critique and so on, so better to not leave anyone left out.

    El ultimo personaje tiene buen caracter y esta atractivo el diseno. Si le vas a meter esfuerzo para pintarlo, le veo dos cosas que necesetarian ser arregladas. Una es que el antebrazo izquierdo del personaje esta un poco corto, normalmente el antebrazo y la otra parte son casi del mismo tamano, en el brazo derecho esa relacion si se la ve bien. Tambien esa mano izquierda esta un poco pequena comparado con la derecha, en especial cuando la izquierda esta un poco mas cerca. Lo que me tiene con duda es el balance de la figura, tengo la impresion de que pies estan situados un poco hacia atras y parece que la figura se esta desbalanceando para delante, pero a su vez puede ser por la perspectiva en que esta. Igual esta bueno el sketch y fuera bueno verlo mas trabajado. Suerte.

    The last character has a lot of personality and the design is attractive. If you are going to polish it more, I am seeing two things that needs to be fixed. One is that the left forearm is a bit small, normally the forearm and the other part are almost about the same length, this looks ok in the other arm. Also, that left hand is a little bit small taking into account that it is closer to the viewer and therefore should be bigger than the other one because of that. Something, I am not so sure about is the overall balance in the figure, I am getting the impression that the feet are locate a bit too far in the back, which is making the figure to have more weight towards the front, but then again it could be because of the perspective it is. Anyways, like the sketch and would look better once you put more work into it. Good luck.

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    Por fin!! otro argentino, esttaba podrido de tener q hablar siempre en inglés, no me deja "explayarme"... y bueno, ahora se presenta el dilema, hablo en español o en inglés... mejor hago un fifty-fifty.... y bueno... che por curiosidad nomás, de donde sos?

    (guarda q ahí viene le inglés)


    wooooooooooooow i love your work, everything awesome bla bla bla check my sketchbook i really need some argentinian to talk to, and to ask for advise


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    Escribir español es relajante y a veces yo tambien lo uso, o el italiano con otros usuarios, pero sigue siendo un forum in inglés, así que aconsejo usar el inglés o traducir el mensaje también el el idioma de Albion, de esa manera más usuarios nos comentarán. ah.. hay un grupo de idioma español...

    Writing in spanish is relaxing and sometimes I use it too, or italian with other users, but it still is a english language forum, so my advice is to use english or to translate the post to english, in this way more users are going to comment us. ah.. there is a spanish group...

    just my two cents...

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    es verdad, tenia pensado usarlo mas para las cosas q no entiendo en ingles...

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    anjin - hehe, i liked that one, well i don't have painted it yet but i'll fix it to be as the other ones And yes, there's a lot of stuff going on that i need to take care, like the hands and the feets

    maestro - yes, as i said, there's a lot of errors, and you pointed them out very well. As for the hands, i'm not good at it so i'm trying to do them with my limited knowledge in the matter. Thanks for the critics dude. I'll take it in consideration when i go back to that drawing.

    Salacuis - hey, thank you very much. I'll stop by your book for some criticism if you like.


    anjin - well, there's a lot of languages going on in different threads and comments are in romanian, russian, swedish as in spanish, and they don't bother translating it as often but anyways, i'll try to do it in english as much as i can.

    Ok, my friend zulu throw me the idea to draw akuma so i started this sketch, i'll continue later maybe.

    EDIT/ added sakura.

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    muy buenos diego, tas mejorando, deberias hacerte una ilustracion, o varias jeje, un abrazo!!!

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    eheheh, true a lot of people write in own language, and it is not bad. My point is that use also english (like you said) is more useful for us, 'cause the 90 % of the people here on the forum speak english.
    I really like the way you sketch the arms, like in the chars in the last post.

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    Flippin great, these last two! Are they from street fighter or something?
    I´d like to see some smaller versions of them, so you get a better view of the whole pictures.
    Not much to crit. Just keep working hard, Diego!

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    Really nice work on your latest character designs.

    Keep at it!

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    Hey there man, It appears to me that your having trouble
    with your hands, the way I handle them is like this,
    I find the main rhythms and go form there, just attach the
    fingers in the right positions, I made this small OV

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v7...er/akumaOV.jpg

    I'm no hand expert so I might no be entirely accurate, still it
    might help you a bit, I marked the rhythms for those hand
    positions, just try to find the main curves of the gesture
    and then make the fingers follow.

    Thanks for commenting in my thread man much appreciated

    Nos vemos luego, sigue trabajado, dibuja unas cuantas
    manos al dia, copia las tuyas cuando tengas tiempo libre,
    es una excelente forma de practicar, los pies funcionan
    mas o menos igual, pero son mas dificiles porque tienen
    formas mas complicadas y encontrar los ritmos es
    dificil

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    The sketches are a tad big, if there's a lot of texture then big images make sense, but for line drawings the size can be cut down without much loss of info. I agree with Diego's overdraw of the hands on Akuma. I also think overall the gesture needs reworking, it doesn't say tense, angry, about to brawl to me. Part of that has to do with how he has his hips thrust forward, I think thrusting his chest, head, and shoulders forward might work better. The size of his hands could be exaggerated too, like you did with the feet, the would give stylistic consistency and contrast nicely with the petite hands and feet of Sakura. His neck isn't established, his head's sort of smashed into it, giving someone a thick neck helps sell the look of strength, look at wrestlers and other athletes they've all got thick necks and it makes them look strong. Making his head bigger also might work well, experiment with the proportions. Akuma's design to me makes me think 'lion', perhaps doing some studies of lions will help make a better image. Overall your figure drawing skills are good, just think through the gestures and the character's motivation some more, ask yourself 'what is this person feeling? who are they?', and that'll make them even better.

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    I played around with it.

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    Hey guys, thank you so much for the feedback.
    I have a scanner now, so i'll be updating more often. I decided to rescan some of the oldest papers i had lying around, they're mostly sculpture studies/sketches for future sculpture projects, some life drawings and some old sketchbook pages. Pencil and ballpoint pen.































































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    holy sh*fucks you`ve been busy :] are these like backlogs of unscanned drawings or newer work ? good for you anyhow, you`ve been working your ass off :]

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