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    tahnsk for stoping by man your sketchbook looks great! =) keep it up with the studies

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    I used to be pretty into Graffiti when i was younger its fun competitive and its a rush[/QUOTE]

    ...still doing that some times, graffiti that is
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    Hey Jamie.

    I don't wanna sound like licker but.. I must say, to be sketches, theese works are great. Digital or traditional, everything here. Even if im more for traditional medias, your digitals still impress me ^^

    you have done great sketchbook here i congratulate you for it ^^ keep it up.
    and yes, i love your studies they are THA SH*T! love them!

    As for crit, id say that your lines are great, but somewhat i have feeling that there is more to add, think carefully about that if you do at all, and if there is something to add, be careful with it then, you know why. I'm sure of that.
    But well who am i to crit.. hehe i'm just a student after all ^^


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    owsome graffiti's allways get em' classic
    Is that free style?



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    Wow man great improvement and maturity in your work. I really love the character and creature concept stuff. Keep up the great work. Kudos,
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    avocado-haha thanks man, yeah that portrait from mind was horrid not sure what I was going. Have to study alot more portraits cause I suck at drawing and painting them from mind

    Krato-Hey sup Krato,Indeed the eye was pretty funky should have took more time to draw out the porportions instead of diving into rendering it. I always tend to do that on imagination peices. Thanks for dropping by bud

    Eddiee-Tottally agree he needs to be more nasty haha

    Kungfoowiz-Ah yeah caught it spot on, have the hardest time placing the eyes will get to more studies on that stuff

    FabioGhibli-Just studying his pictures from the Fine arts section. Not to sure though, something about his figures really appeals to me.Wish he had a book id deffinaltly buy it. Amazing artist

    zhonked-Hey sup dude! you really helped me in the begining of my sketchbook man on what I should study and stuff cant thank you enough. But your right alot of the shapes are wonky will have to focus more on getting the shapes and form right, instead of worrying about rendering it so much. Thanks for droppin by always appreciate it

    pixelherder-thanks will do

    Wanna-ahh no worrys I always like hearing crits like that.Helps me know what I need to work and keep in mind of. But your tottally right im terrible at faces gona crack down on the studies. Have alot to learn and that portrait shows it

    kingkostas-Thanks dude really need more crits like that. Ive been having trouble with muddy colors ever since I started painting think im useing to many colors should be using more of a "limited" pallete. Will have to start color picking just to see how close I am to the actual colors. Wish I could see that Gerome painting in person I have a feeling the colors in the photo are really off. Porportions though really have to crack down on that to

    Cerasela-hi ^^ thanks for dropping by, but yeah will have to start learning how to use refrence more in my peices from imagination. I used to be pretty slaved to refrence and now im haveing a hard time using refrence now. So much to learn need to balence it all out now

    Morten-Thanks Morten, though theres still so much stuff wrong with my studies like color shapes and perspective its all kinda wonky. Would have kept going with that bottle still life, but went to the skatepark and that was my only water bottle I had so scapped it haha.

    Braintree-Indeed Railey H works really are amazing wish I could take one of his classes

    Lyno-hey Lyno thanks for the continues feed back buddy. Your right though should spend more time blocking out the masses before I start deatiling and rendering it out.

    marcnail-Will do!

    ArteJuan-Thank you for the kind encouraging words

    Yuki_slider-Yuki! sup dude, ahh graffiti sure brings back alot of memorys I probly still would be doing it if I didnt turn 18 now I can get in alot of trouble If I get caught haha.

    J-P Nihtinen-wow thanks man! but fersher really need to think about what im doing before I lay down the pencil/Brush sometimes im just so impaitent though. Gotta keep focused! will have to drop by your sketchbook dude

    Yuki_slider-Yuki again! yeah graffitis fun havnt done any letters in soo long but free style? Guess you can say that was influnced by alot of other graffiti artists around my area

    tariqart-Thanks alot

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    Thanks everyone for the feedback means alot to me
    havnt had internet for acouple weeks just got it back on
    heres some studies and stuff ive been working on

    ~self portrait, probly like my 3rd self portrait ive ever done
    ~2 photo portrait studies
    ~begining of a drapery still life
    ~Vilppu studies
    ~loomis perspective/ Alphonse mucha studies sorry for the bad quality from my phone camera X_X
    ~plen air oil painting havnt touched my oil paintings in forever gona go back down there and hopfully finish it up
    ~something from mind, looks really cheezy
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    Nice portraits, some issues with the alignment of the features and the structure under the skin, but they're painted with flair, and i love seeing that. Anatomy studies look neat too, and there's some neat rendering on the last one. Bit of a mess light/dark wise, but it's got that flair too. I'll be keeping my eye on you, so keep at it!

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    nooooo jamie! the power!! stop it your improving to fast, makes me feel to bad

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    woot! sup Jamie~ Those portrait studies are really nice, and what do u mean your imagination piece is cheesy? i f****** love it!!

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    Awesome update. Most of it is real good. Love the studies, neat and clean. Small crit on the idian: check to porportions of the eyes: one's much bigger than the other.
    And the piece from mind looks sweet, I like the mood

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    In this one
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...3&d=1267646598
    the eyes are kinda big, but the lady portrait above it is great. Awesome skin tones and color schemes.

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    looking good, keep it up fella.. go get yourself some nice big fat 0.8 leads and go nuts! it's all about the shapes

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    walnut-hey sup dude! yeah alot of alinment problems probly because I dont use any construction lines just paint blobs of color. Gona try and start laying down some construction lines so I wont have to tweak everything so much in the end. Thanks for dropping by man

    Benjie-haha thanks Benjie though it still feels ike im not improving at all lol. Will keep at it though hopefully these studies start to show more in my imagination stuff

    teapo-Thanks, I think its way cheezy haha but yeah latley ive been struggling with my imagination peices gotta break free from it

    Wanna-tottally right portraits are so hard gona have to study a ton of them cause I really have a hard time with them.

    Eddieee-Thanks Eddieee yeah the eyes are really wonky need to focus more

    Coldrun-caught me in the middle of posting haha but thanks man I did have a 0.8 lead holder but lost it somewhere gona have to get a new one cause they sure are fun

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    gona try and do daily updates again feels my imagination stuff has really been lacking need to break free from this

    ~More to my Gerome study a ton more work to be done
    ~quick paint blob scribble from mind looks horrible gona just post it though. Been having my off days with my imagination stuff

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    Hi Jamie. I've been checking your sketchbook a tons of times. You have amazing way with colors. Your still lifes are great. I also like your imagination stuff. And it looks like you're doing a lot of studies. So I don't really find anything to crit By the way, you did a lot better job with Bill the Butcher on your second go. You're improving fast! See you around!

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    Hey man, youre improving! id be glad to see some more finished stuff too

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    Yaaaaaay ^_^ Nice gesture studies! =))

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    hello mate.Everything is going really well.I liked very much the perspective studies and the landscape you went out to do.Very nice.
    Keep studying the values.Your self portrait have a lot of random brushtrokes i think.I like the other studies better.
    Keep up mate

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    Myllys-thanks for comment! though my imagination stuff has been sucking latly

    Parsakoira-you have been having some awsome updates yourself will be staying tuned

    Kristoff-Thank you ^^ need to do more gestures

    kingkostas-will do bud yeah kinda expriementing with styles and stuff still havnt found one im comftorable with. The landscape was really fun to do

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    ~more from my imagination paint blob from yesterday kinda like an expirement peice. think I have the idea I want down gona look for some refrence and start refining now
    ~2nd hour into my still life, havnt done a still life with this much stuff in it

    doesnt really feel like im improving much, have to start focusing more on applying my studies. Gona try and update everyday, I figure if I paint and study everyday its just a matter of time till it starts to show in my personal work.
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    do allot of still lifes, complete one everday for a few weeks and look for what is wrong every time in a few weeks you will have your values and colors down allot better

    just keep at it man dont quit

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    really good stuff in here. keep it up.

    Really like how bold you go with your values, keep it up. You are going on the right path to becoming amazing.

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    I purely love that you try many mediums at the same time. Digital painting is a bit emotionless during process, so it is great to feel how difficult it is with traditional paints and learn patience. Wonderful sketchbook and great improvement! I like how well you got general values of still nature.

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    yes, definitely try to apply the studies more. however i can see improvement, so if i can see it, then you're definitely gaining experience! i need to do more imagination stuff too! Keep going jamiiiiiee ~ !

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    Krato-thanks for the continues feed back bud, will try and do a still life or work on a still life study everyday. Light is always interesting to study

    davi-wow thanks for stopping by my sketchbook Davi, will keep on this path its fun and its only getting more fun everyday

    artozi-yeah I always tend to expirement just seeing if it might lead to something new or undiscoverd. Wish I was better at oil painting it truely is so much more difficult then digital painting its fun to actually mix your colors
    thanks for dropping by you have an amazing sketchbook going on

    teapo-fellow 505 brotheren! tis time to apply my studies

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    so just got my first paid commision over the internet! to do 22 characters for the book The Last Striders. Have week deadlines for each character, and its gona be a great way to finally put my studies ive done to the test. Any crits are always welcomed

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    Hey, congratulation for your comission!! Nice to hear that

    For the latest char, one thing that I noticed at the first glance is, that his head seems a bit too small, even for a heroic figure perhaps? Just to share my thoughts, perhaps it helps, perhaps its nonsense

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    Eiki-good point out thank always need crits

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    some more to my still life, just read James Gurneys book Imaginative realism awsome book. He talked about how he would do sculpture study of bridgemen and then place it under diffrent lighting setting to see how it works in real life.
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    wow you do some nice studies, all your hard work is going to pay off, keep it going.

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    great news! the guys head is too small though on the first piece, also how did you find this work and how much are they paying, i need to find some work too.

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    That's one hell of a knight you've got there.
    And the still life's coming along sweet

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    That still life is looking better and better, cool to see your progress on that. Still working on the Gerôme study as well? That thing looks fucking hard.. Have fun painting all the public. Also, looking at this: http://www.artrenewal.org/pages/artw...=76&size=large

    I think your copy is overall a bit too light and not saturated enough, but I don't know what pic you're using as reference.

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    Heya, thanks for popping by my sb- im an irregular updater, haha, that has to change soon

    Great job on yer chara commission... i can see the development across the board with your studies, id like to see you develop further the imagination piece, think it has good potential =)

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