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    Kolkar sketchbook

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    hello neighbour
    glad you started a sb here.
    keep coming.

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    Good scenery, and welcome to CA! I really want to see more of your works! KEep drawing!

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    welcome to CA

    hope u have a good time here, post more stuff so we can really se where ur at.

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    Well, you're off to a good start. Look forward to seeing more.

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    looking good post more

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    No reference used...~2.5h speedpainting and some textures added
    thanks for everything and keep commenting ;D

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    Scary guy ;DD

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    nice paintings, keep it up!

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    Hei Man! I see you can work wit colors (not one of my strong sides) I really like your style, but try to be more expressive, with your own style of drawing! Keep it up i want to see more! And don't forget tha body studies

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    my advice to u whould be more painting, less textures, not that textures are bad in any way, just that u have to focus on the actual painting more, before u go into texture.

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    ~50min speed

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    nice landscapes. i especially like the trees at the water-pic

    as for an advice the first thing i think of is light direction in some of your drawings. as for the mountain pic with yellow sky. it seems like the sky is back lit, but judging from the light on the rocks it could come from pretty much anywhere.

    keep up the landscapes, but do more photo studies! it could only serve you well

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