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    //// sketchpoop //// vol. II ////

    ok I'm starting this new sketchbook, don't want to keep the old one alive.
    here's the stuff I posted to the old book already + new stuff

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    I like how you define these characters with/and by its negative areas!

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    Oh dear...
    New great SketchBook growing here!

    Chris

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    not finished

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    Great stuff man, love this.
    Can't wait to see what you have in storage.
    Keep to it

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    thanks for all the comments btw!
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    i hate that right hand scythe, have to change but that can wait. my hand is killing me.

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    2 semi-old sketches and a new one

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    Your rendering is really solid, it's just that the shapes and forms you are rendering are not unified. In other words, your figures don't have convincing proportions or gestures. It seems like you don't have a clear idea of what you want your figures to do, as if each limb has its own action, instead of the entire body uniting towards one pose. I think what would help is a combination of life drawing and using Anthony Ryder's "The Artist's Complete Guide to Figure Drawing" as a study guide.

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