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    keep up the good work

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    wohooooo 3rd page and I`m on top

    Choose to live a life that matters.

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    Agostinuke- Ciao! I'm not sure about being a master though. Thanks for dropping by!

    Royzy- Thanks for the comment dude. I'll work hard!

    Angel Intheuk- Hello! Thanks for the critique. You are right for the fact that i am afraid to use other colors for skin tones. And i'm still afraid. I guess i'll slowly introduce the technique in my practices. You've been really helpful.
    Once again, thank you!

    abiLity- Hey thanks dude!

    Amir the night wolf- Hehe, third page! Thanks for popping by dude!

    Okay, i still have not scanned my sketchie yet but these are some digi paints.
    Enviros are studies and for self-portrait day! I realised that i made myself look like i have a moustache. Was sick so i only spent an hour and a half on it.

    Damn, i still need to practice more. @_@
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    Man, i've been really busy and depressed. A study of my lovely. Really looking forward to my leave days, it's so tiring every week and every weekend there is usually something going on, or i get sick. :/

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    hello ,
    your landscaping is cool ,but u have to improuv in your sketching skill,aney way keep going.......!

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    Hiya, thanks for dropping by my sketchbook. I really like your avatar, can we have some more flat colours and black lines, please? After all, realism is only one route to success.

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    hey !! , thanks for dropping by my sketchbook as well ... needed a lift of confidence ... by the way i noticed quite an improvement in your SB as well , and im not just saying .... keep up those studies , they are helping (smthing which i just never bothered doing and always keep trying to force myself to start doing ) . A little more patience and persevierence and u got it ... . ill be watching

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    Woo, yay comments~

    bharat - Thank you very much! That's what i'm doing! I know i can't draw well. Drawing's a journey!

    rubicante - Hello! I'm glad you like that vector-ish piece!!! I like it too, but i'm just trying to do learn how to blend and stuff right now. When i have more time, i'll do another flat colors and black lines piece. Thank you!

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    - I really do hope i've improved. @_@ I'm really trying my best to get better. Thanks for watching!

    Okay, guilty of not doing much now. Many things going on at work for the past week, so i managed to only squeeze in these studies. REALLY looking forward to the next month, i would probably have more time to draw and paint... WHEE!!

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    Hey shamandalie, nice improvment !! Your anatomy studies looks really good !! Your enviros looks good too, try to play with hardness, it looks a bit blurry. And you really have to save your work as jpeg, and not as .gif, it will be better Keep it up

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    Walid D - Dude, thanks for dropping by my sketchie again! I always thought that gif files are smaller so they load faster. I think i'll load them in jpeg now.

    Okay not much update, just a preview on what i'm doing now. Those music junkies might know who he is. Unless it looks so bad no one recognizes. @_@

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    I prefer your pencil way more! The speed paintings are too limp, you should use better brushes young lady!

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    Clochette - Thanks for dropping by girl! I'm a fan of your works. Will try to use better brushes next time!

    Okay, have not been painting much lately, but this is what i did when i was sleepy. Time passes too fast when i am resting!

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    Haha looks like your having fun, your doing pretty great so far so i just advice that you keep going
    keep it up

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    Hey lilnebo - Thanks for dropping by. You keep it up too, alright? Being young has its advantages. When you are my age, you'll be great!

    here are 2 speedies for the day. The first one is just random value studies and the second is referenced from terragalleria.
    Darn it, i'm not painting as fast or as well enough. @_@ But will try to do better!

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    good studies! iam going to do some bridgeman studies as well
    and i need to read some books about drawing..

    keep it up! keep drawing

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    'ej - Thanks for dropping by! It's the little encouragements that keeps me going. Thank you!

    I just popped a pimple, ew, disgusting. Okay aside from that unnecessary info here's something.

    Happy 29 months dear. love ya!

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    I LOVE IT ALOT DEARESTT!!! WEEEEE
    This look way better then the photo hehehehehehe yayy

    happy 29th mth dearest : D kiss*

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    cheers for stopping by my sketchbook, came to return the favour! there's some really nice stuff here, particularly the studies. keeeeep at it and good luck to you! I think in your speed paints, the shapes could use a little defining (a harder brush, perhaps) but it's good stuff

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    zalxemptyx - Thank you baby! Glad ya like it

    gutss - thanks for the tip!

    Tried another CHOW this time. May not get to the polls, but it's was fun painting. Rest in peace Bettie Page.

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    nice try dear

    i can see u are rushing here ,its kinda obvious

    take a step back and watch ur anatomy and value

    the left knee is at the back so it shouldnt be as long or big as the one in front
    and the left wrist as well dear the propotion is off

    hope thats good advice

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    "Why So Serious" Horse cracked me up! Your studies are getting better, keep up with those. Happy New Year!

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    Hey youve got some really great stuff, look at the hands on the portrait of the woman from the office, those have a great feeling of depth, i dont understand why you never managed to bring that through to pencil/portraits, maybe its something to do with your approach? either way you've shown you can create that effect just now you need to build on it.

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    Hey youve got some really great stuff, look at the hands on the portrait of the woman from the office, those have a great feeling of depth, i dont understand why you never managed to bring that through to pencil/portraits, maybe its something to do with your approach? either way you've shown you can create that effect just now you need to build on it.

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    looking good

    i got new works do drop by ThanX

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    Hey, don't leave your drawing at the side, it's really key. Painting is great, and you're doing fine with it, but drawing is your ticket to the next level now.
    Btw: You should watch the REAL Office (UK), it's way more... well, REAL.
    Now let's see those drawings! (they don't call it SKETCHbook for nothing)
    Keep up the good stuff!

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    zalxemptyx - I was rushing dear. @_@ You know i am horrible at proportions. Moo moo, any advice is good advice from you love.

    Bill - Great to know people laugh at my pathetic jokes! Joker in batman was just awesome. I miss Heath Ledger. Thanks for the comment. Happy New Year to you too!

    Nrx - The problem is that i had all the time back then to paint. And i guess i'm just a little better at painting than drawing traditionally. @_@

    Amir the night wolf - Thanks! Will drop by later!

    lennon - Speaking of the UK office, i did watch it but i am too dumb to understand...Is it something about British humour i guess. Our country was colonized by them but there are some jokes i still don't get.
    About your critique, i think you are really right, cause this is a sketchbook, i'm not showing enough of my traditional stuff. I promise to show more in my next few posts!

    I'm truly grateful to have comments by the way, thank you guys.
    Just dropping by to post my EOW this time, i might probably do a POW next. My job is getting hectic, i now even have to work at home in the weekends, so i hope joining challenges will push me forward.

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    Haven't dropped by in a while, someones been busy
    Glad to see you're still going at it

    Castle/structure in #74 looks really good, you approached that picture well, moar of that kind of rendering pls. Confident, nice and simple. Something went right there (i dont mean the other pictures went wrong, they're cool )

    Don't like the CHOW character as much, looks a little flat. I dont know if this is helpful advice (DISCLAIMER:i'm probably just talking out of my ass) but render characters as you would any other dead inert object. Be confident when you lay down light and shadows, don't be afraid of spoiling beauty, butcher your picture with the brush. Only one way to chisel out form.

    Environments isse hard, yeah, take your time planning a scene, dont jump into rendering too soon. That's not even epic fail, not compared to some of the 'mastahpiecez' i churned out. Maybe the lighting needs reworking, and get rid of that awful green grass! If it goes against the picture, kill it. Never be afraid to use reference (i tell myself that all the time, sometimes i listen), even for outrageous scenes. Can be a very helpful visual guideline.

    Btw what kind of fucking awful job makes you work at home on weekends? Seriously wtf?

    Anyways, keep drawing and posting. I want to see your trad stuff too.

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    Farshie - Long time no see! Thanks alot for dropping by. The 'something went right there' painting is done when my mind is at ease and i have nothing to do. But now with the new year and all the new classes i have to teach, yeh it's hard.

    I am gonna listen to you for once and butcher my characters. I think i understand what you mean.
    And thank you for the comment about the environments, i'll take note of that too.
    And about jobs, a little advice. Don't work in secondary/primary schools. Ever.
    I don't wanna reveal anything bad but yep.

    Okay, it's true. My trads are going down the drain. I better get back at this. Some Loomis and other crap.

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    I would stay with the pencil for awhile, and give yourself more time on each piece. Keep Goin'

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    Bill - Hehe, i thought so too! Thanks for the encouragement!

    Okay, this is my progress from my SP, i chose what i think is the best 16 (or a memorable ones) from the 50 i have done. When i do another 50, i'll do the same thing again. Progress is slow there too, cause i need quality work, not quantity. Back to draw draw!

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