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    today's dose of disfigured monsters and unfinished freaks
    Name's Todd. I'd encourage you to check out my sketchbook, but it's full of shit, natch.


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    Sweet work. That big arm dude rocks.

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    Keep it going TMK! You have an incredibly amount of potential from the looks of it. I really like your textures and I loveeee yer sketches.
    When it came to my art, I went my own way and did not follow the trends.-Frank Frazetta

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    Sweet
    Love your stylized works
    keep it up and work on some facial anatomy specifically, there are some consistency issues I think
    Im 16 too btw so top by sometime
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    seth1: Thanks! I actually tend to insert huge disfigured arms and stuff like that because I can never get anything symmetrical. yikes!

    vanbythevaseline: thanks man, glad you think so.

    jedininjaman: yeah I have trouble with faces, especially noses. ugh. thanks for the comment man, when I see similarly aged artists like you doing so much better than me I get totally pumped to improve

    some stuff from today and yesterday
    Name's Todd. I'd encourage you to check out my sketchbook, but it's full of shit, natch.

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    A professional baker/salsa dancer's SB!
    A professional baker/salsa dancer's SB!
    Name's Todd. I'd encourage you to check out my sketchbook, but it's full of shit, natch.

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    Wow, you have a lot of great work here. The use of value on the ostrich pic is incredible! All the folds of skin are there, and rendered nicely. Great work, man, keep it up!

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    been busy lately :-/
    Name's Todd. I'd encourage you to check out my sketchbook, but it's full of shit, natch.

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    reference used

    as always, I'm open for suggestions on methods of practicing, ways to improve, etc.
    Name's Todd. I'd encourage you to check out my sketchbook, but it's full of shit, natch.

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    Hi man! Some real solid stuff here, but there are better ways to learn this stuff. For one I suggest doing some posemaniacs studies, those are pose studies from 3d figures. I would also suggest you study some more colour theory, so you get the whole blending thing down.

    Life drawing is also something that you might want to look into, both casual drawing from life, and proper life studies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mischeviouslittleelf View Post
    Hi man! Some real solid stuff here, but there are better ways to learn this stuff. For one I suggest doing some posemaniacs studies, those are pose studies from 3d figures. I would also suggest you study some more colour theory, so you get the whole blending thing down.

    Life drawing is also something that you might want to look into, both casual drawing from life, and proper life studies.

    -E
    thanks for the advice man. I've actually been doing quite a lot of life drawing lately. I'll upload some sketches when I get the chance.

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    Name's Todd. I'd encourage you to check out my sketchbook, but it's full of shit, natch.

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    two sketches and a screenshot of a flash I'm working on

    A professional baker/salsa dancer's SB!
    A professional baker/salsa dancer's SB!
    A professional baker/salsa dancer's SB!
    Name's Todd. I'd encourage you to check out my sketchbook, but it's full of shit, natch.

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