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    They see my moleskine, they hatin', crittin', an' tryna' catch me sketchin' dirty

    [edity edit] been at art college recently, and have had little access to scanners, will be updating in a couple of weeks!

    Hello! i made a new sketchbook!

    this is a small selection of my stuff from april till now

    the last picture is based on:

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    Nice style going on with the values and robo armour designs! Keep working on the figures, the armours don't always look like there's a human inside. Faces and hands look great though!

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    yo bro,
    lookin slick. your best work tends to be stuff where the human face isnt visible cos all your faces look the same. just study loads of a faces and get a knack for varying characteristics like noses etc. the second roland is fcking bangin, mate
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    very enjoyable. look forward to more
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    pretty cool stuff man, nice sketches. The occasional splashes of colour look good to, that's something I gotta start doin more. Some of the lines and shapes in your drawings look a little weak at the mo, I'd try doing some simple line drawings and working on that, maybe render one fully every so often. Not to say I don't like 'em, just at times looks like you're trying to make a not so successful outline drawing into a good full blown piece, which is tough. Still, good schtuff.

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    NICE. VERY NICE.
    I like those moleskine pages with the color -- specially the one in your first post.
    Full of energy and style~
    And your pencilling's gorgeous. I'm obsessed with drawing in pencil now just to get to a level like yours. ;D
    Post moar.

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    Watch the length of your upper arms and the size of your hands. Some are too long, too large. Drawn nicely, but out of proportion.

    Love the rendering style and the overall feel of the pages.
    Will check back when you've updated some more.
    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

    www.sevans.co.nz , for more images and to kill time.

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    A quickie finally finished the "Roland picture"
    working on a picture of a pirate/mercinary

    @ Smuli, I know what you mean I sometimes have a little difficulty wrapping the armour around the subject, (if its the angel with the red spots then i was drunk when i drew it haha)

    @ Sean, shut up noob, you dont know anything about art... (i took your advice and drew a load of faces!) tate brit on thursday?

    @ Ditchman, thankyou! i'll be happy to oblige

    @ wookiedabo, cheers for the advice, i get carried away with shading sometimes, im gunna go and do a load of simple figure sketches

    @ Naomi, im thinking of making a whole range, thats just a prototype :p

    @ Aifolx, Thankyou! i use hb/h leads in a 0.3 propelling pencil, makes a big difference

    @ SEVANS, Haha, my one true foe! big hands and long arms, its a really bad habit, but i'll get to grips with it eventually! (try to make an asserted effort whilst sketching)

    cheerrs all
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    thats fucking badass. must have taken ages
    im going to try and outdo you now ;( man you make me realise how impatient i can be xxx
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    Hey Jim, you've definitely got the most impressive moleskine I've seen... makes me wish I didn't hate mine so much. The last Roland is excellent, your ability to render is quite impessive. I also like the fact that you add a little bit of color here and there to your sb, keep it up!

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    @ tie and aefx, thanks guys

    I'm afraid that the pickings are pretty thin at the moment, this is a small selection of stuff done recently
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    Hello! Great sketchbook, very expressive! Keep on going. The only small critique for the moment- tidying up the pencilly shading-goodness!
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    Just me doodling on painterrr
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    I always liked thos knght of yours ;p

    with the coloring try put the color layer on multiply for the main color think it would look better with alot of the pencil work visible and for anyother work make anew normal layer ;p my 2p

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