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    ShiNIN-
    Wanted to drop by and give you a big thanks for your comment on my sketchbook

    Looks like you've been sick recently (onion soup?) too and encountering some doubts. I just want to say I'm right there with you - but hey let's both keep our chins up and keep on working, eh?

    It's great to see you do enviros, I saw you mention that you are using some texture brushes for natural environments. I might have to try that soon - but I'm timid 'cause I've heard a lot of people to try and stick with the hard round for a long while when you're learning *shrug*

    Anyway, happy new years keep it up!

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    nice improvement man! keep it up!

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    God this chick wiht big eyes freaks me out. It's almost like a doll from one of tales from the cript stories ;o

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    HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!
    I hope you are doing well,
    and that you are drawing and painting
    almost every day.


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    Raphire:
    I don't quite understand, of course I learn their names and it's quite interesting. But I won't know them if I just do that.
    I can't do much about changing my approach either if it's anatomy I can't even use my most powerful move, doing-it-all-day-till-I-get-the-hang-of-it-and-beyond because I get tired quickly.
    But after my post I've found some anatomy pics with a 3d feel (rendered 3d views can be so much better), I guess I lacked a dimension to know WHERE some muscles origin, it was rectus femoris this time btw. It's so logical; how could I memorize its place if I don't see where exactly it is?

    logistic puppet: Thanks for the link, I had but a few pages. It was plenty, I have so much books I didn't read...
    The Loomis head construction is what never helped in my case. If I don't put any effort into it, my results is always much better. And I'm still stuck with hands, well I keep trying.

    pixel cheetah: Thanks! I will. It's tough but I won't stop

    bobmeatbag: I follow most of your tips or at least try to. I usually lose interest to do something twice so I started to avoid looking at my reference when drawing. But drawing it multiple times is the best, sometimes I can do it nowadays.

    Lightship: Thanks Your posts are always warm and encouraging, no matter what you say I guess it's your benevolence coming through

    Silwynar: But I even get new visitors... Yay.
    You are right with personal stuff, it's so tough... I already wrote somewhere, I warm up slowly and I'm not very inspired when I'm not warmed up, winter isn't help either... But I draw a bit from myself nowadays. Even my studies aren't mere copies now. But anatomy attracts me more than ever It's hard to fight back.

    Justyna: Thanks, yep, it was a successful drawing of a cool funny skull Sometimes I look at it and know I couldn't draw it again, especially not without a reference. I need to work on my skull drawing skills!

    liquorbleu: Oh it's just some occassional sore throat, I don't consider it as a real sickness. Onion soup is delicious anyway, I love it, it has vinegar in it, after all. Mine has, at least.
    Beginners, enviros and fancy brushes, I have some opinion on it. Normally, I prefer simple brushes (well, the round hard ones ), especially for sketching. A beginner tend to overuse fancy brushes and dislike simple ones because they can't do epic things with it, far from it. I think that's the reason... But enviros are often wispy, bumpy, whatever and it's not always easy to draw using simple brushes. Experiments don't hurt.

    Magical-Shit: {Oh this again} After years, of course. But thanks and I so totally will keep it up

    Ramalooke: Oh... Wait till I draw big eyed kids or dolls with the intention of freaking out people I need to draw darker stuff anyway. My funloving part guides me into another direction but I like dark/creepy things more. Or things people thinks creepy, I say intetresting, nice atmosphere... Yesterday I wrote about real human skulls and the author of the article said they are creepy. Skulls! Why would be skulls creepy? He didn't even understand why would someone buy several ones. I'd LOVE to have a lot of real human skulls... Mmmm...

    LtPlissken: Happy New Year ~ I had some inactive days but some anatomy studies always happen. I wish to draw much, much, much more and own things too of course.

    Time management problems as always, I'll return the visit to everyone (well sometimes it isn't true for the old visitors, I don't always have something to do if someone updates their sb), sometimes it takes time
    Oh I have 3 stars again. Considering some people gave me totally undeserved 5s in the past, some people with a very different mindset wish to motivate me... Or dislike my messy pencil stuff
    In my own opinion I have nothing to do with stars, I didn't really started yet.
    Oh I had a crappy sunday... I guess I had some days with minimal drawings before, I'm always horrible at those times:


    Lazy days, some half assed stuff and anatomy studies, my pencil stuff was prettier irl, whatever:




    Frog shaped bin in Bled. Everything was orange in the light of the lamps...




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    Oooh~Great cloud study! looks pretty convincing to me

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    nice study i like the grey studies that you've done to your artworks

    anatomy wow man that cool keep it up

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    Benevolence hell!!

    I just love you guys! its the support! encouragement! and FUN! I have a blast in here with you guys

    Even though most of you (and me ) are completely mental, slightly alchoholic, neurotic perfectionists who are never ever satisfied, and always slightly dissapointed because we could have and should have done better.

    I think maybe thats it! thats why I like it in here! this forum is our own therapy session! where we can express ourselves and be ourselves.
    Lets face it sometimes we are worrying to the family as they stare at us in shock and horror because we are trying to take pictures of ourselves as a troll, or a pixie queen or worse! a transexual ogre transvestite prostitute in an emotional crisis after being rejected by a centaur lover. (go on Plissken paint that!! ha ha ha)

    Its mad here but I crave more and more each day, ha ha ha.

    oh! by the way darlin I hope you had a brilliant new year and that this one is the best yet for you and your boy!

    A great kind hearted lumbering bullock



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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightship69 View Post
    Benevolence hell!!

    I just love you guys! its the support! encouragement! and FUN! I have a blast in here with you guys

    Even though most of you (and me ) are completely mental, slightly alchoholic, neurotic perfectionists who are never ever satisfied, and always slightly dissapointed because we could have and should have done better.

    I think maybe thats it! thats why I like it in here! this forum is our own therapy session! where we can express ourselves and be ourselves.
    Lets face it sometimes we are worrying to the family as they stare at us in shock and horror because we are trying to take pictures of ourselves as a troll, or a pixie queen or worse! a transexual ogre transvestite prostitute in an emotional crisis after being rejected by a centaur lover. (go on Plissken paint that!! ha ha ha)

    Its mad here but I crave more and more each day, ha ha ha.


    Amen to that.
    Hahaha
    You said this all very well, I will put this down
    into my little diary.
    About the challenge;
    hahahaha, I do not know,
    it's hard for me to imagine a
    a transexual ogre transvestite prostitute in an
    emotional crisis after being rejected by a centaur lover.
    I think that we should try to suggest this for the next CHOW.
    Let the children play with the idea.
    Haha, you made my day.



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    sorry man for my not so original post hahaha but really dude you blew me away coz i've viewed your sketchbook from the first page til the end. wish i could improve so much. looking forward to your future drawings/paintings/studies.

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    Amazing improvement from the 1st few pages! its a real blast looking through your work.

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    Heya...and Happy New Year!

    So since i last looked in: I'm diggin the studies, like the color ones of the leg anatomy, and your pencils have a nice looseness to their forms. The little angel on the last page is nicely done...almost "3D" as said. Your enviros are really coming along...and I'm digging that skullabove.

    All the best and keep 'em coming!




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    haha, yeah, I would like to have couple of human skulls too, they are not easy to get though...

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    Izene: That lil rushed thing? I'm REALLY serious about clouds now (well, near future), they are AMAZING. I totally notice their beauty and I so want to get near to it one day. I rarely draw things that not follow strict rules, enviros are a must. With lots of great skies

    qlotzan: Thanks! I'm so proud I didn't stop when my anatomy studies were very crappy things and I couldn't remember the muscles... It took long.

    Lightship: I love you.
    I rarely shot myself. Once when I did DSGs, I layed down before Alvaro with a camera (I wished for a dramatic angle) and ordered him to pose as an evil giant monster.
    He's not perfectly sane himself (VERY far from it) so it went fine.

    Plissken: I think it's not too tough except the transsexual part...

    Magical-Shit: The whole SB? I'm honored! Why, you totally can improve much more just draw (and avoid some obvious traps like never leaving your comfort zone)

    tronrobot: Thanks! I already experienced it's a totally different view than what I normally see. I feel I barely draw or imoprove but it's not quite true. But my goals are far...

    Jephyr X: I'm glad you like them Maybe one day I present something I'm really pleased with. It would be awesome

    Justyna: Maybe I get a good replica one day. I even rarely SEE real ones, skull collections are so far away. Maybe I'll see mummies in Sicily this year.

    Hmmm I did nothing much since last time but I was able to stop my anatomy studies I'm reading Jack Hamm's book, Drawing scenery again!
    Some effortless doodling and side effect of reading the book etc.:
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    Very cool anatomy studies, keep on moving!!!

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    hey man, its been a while! hope you had a great holidays!
    studies are looking good.
    i wish to see more personal work tho

    keep going! to infinity and beyond

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    Yaey, your invincibility keeps growing.
    On your value work no matter how strange it
    will sound, but try to use more values.
    And it is time for another update.
    Something hot.


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    six words. Force dynamics Life drawing for animators. download it on google. It's amazing. Will really help bring more flow and energy to all your drawings! It sure did for me!

    Hope this helps!

    By the way nice studies!

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    Try pushing something to the finish, apply your studies, do more work for imagination and use reference only for some parts. Those are my suggestions and yeah I know i said it once or twice xp

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    Man you improved alot from Page 1! your determination is truly an inspiration

    However, I'd like to see some more personal work too!
    like Ramalooke said, try pushing some finished pieces. although doing studies is important, applying all you learn into a finished piece is just as important and will help you improve even faster! Try doing something you dont normally do, a different perspective or something like that, going outside your comfort zone pushes you forward!

    Can't wait to see more from you! Thank you for sharing

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    Man you improved alot since page 1! Inspiring to see your dedication!

    I would love to see some finished works aswell, like Ramalooke said; you will improve even more by combining lifedrawing/studies with some imaginative work!

    Can't wait to see more from you! Thank you for sharing!

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    You can do form when you want. Get a daylight bulb to negate that orange colour. And don't let LP drag you into the sewer.


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    haha yeah man! i'm trying to get my sketchbook here and update daily...but its not been approved...it's been three weeks does it take that long man?

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    This is sooooo late, but finally I put together something about my process in drawing hands. http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...9&postcount=42

    Basically i just draw loose, think of the gesture/action, represent it with a line or lines. Then i star to block in the forms with super simple geometry and finish with some fine-tuning and/or shading.

    Great to see you posting your stuff. Keep up the hard work and go to the top >:3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiNIN View Post
    Jephyr X: I'm glad you like them Maybe one day I present something I'm really pleased with. It would be awesome
    Ahhh yes...I know that tchune! Just keep werking at it...that WILL come as you do!!

    So on that note: More please!!







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    Where are you my dear?
    I am a bit worried.


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    It's always nice to visit your SB and see improvement every time! This is so inspiring )

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    So many comments again... I'm so unable to reply in a short way Especially that I'm pretty well now and drew a bit and have so many new thoughts and I evidently scatter some of them among replies.
    In very very short {later: nevermind... it will never work): I rested, barely touched my own computer, slept too much, joined the local choir, bought some cheap plasticine, 10 colors, I did snail and basic forms from them, yay... Art wise... Well it started on Sunday when I was unable to draw anything, totally not the mood for anything. I got comments about doing something own already and I know but it's not so easy, I even tried and failed. So I stopped drawing, naturally. Take away my studies and I won't draw. I needed some time without drawing, I was way too obsessed with it and it does very bad to other things and even my art life suffers if I just try to draw and do not much else.
    It's too late, my verbose level is extra high. I need to be careful.
    A few days passed and I drew with pencil or a thin marker. Mostly heads. Damn slowly. My plasticine objects get a little limelight too and I grabbed my perspective book again.
    My tilted heads got a little better after some practice and my rustiness at head drawing is gone now I guess.
    I'm quite aware it has nothing to do with my extremely low skills at form/lighting but it's some start.
    I should never neglect heads again. I may be bad at it but it's still my only strong point
    I want to draw enviros as well. I make cloud photos passionately and Lightroom helps to make the result kinda nice, the jpegs usually are nothing like the real thing. Clouds often are subtle things and a camera is so different from our eyes.

    I'm very well and hopeful right now I notice good changes and I had so dark times I appreciate them even if I wish for zillion time more

    qlotzan: Thanks, it's always good to have even more pics about skulls though I don't understand why you put these here. I have zillion more beloved subjects than child or embryo skulls, I don't know why. I do draw kids sometimes so I should be aware what's underneath at bone level, maybe (I never use my head muscle knowledge when I draw heads I think, I never felt it would help, no matter what others and logic say).

    thedestroyer: Thanks!

    Aragah:
    My holidays were pretty nonexistent, oh I should already do something about it. Some festive hedonistic days would be nice now and then, without all the fuss and cleaning, of course, that would ruin the hedonistic part. But I live my little peaceful life here, even had snow this week The cat was surprised. He's very young, never saw such a thing.

    Plissken: It's painful to disappoint you but I definitely fail at bringing something hot this time. And I knew you will pop in again and complain about the lack of update. Thanks. I guess that's why I came back soon, even before I did, like, anything. Sigh.

    bobmeatbag:
    Thanks, I will check it out Sometimes I have some flow but more needed and dynamism was always my very weak point. Even if I used reference, I was damn good at remove ALL dynamism from the figures.
    I'm full with books to read

    Ramalooke: I think that's why I tried to go on a hiatus I can reply the same, I can't do it. I tried to work on my "Teresa holding her rocket launcher pic" by the way (well I had a few mins chibi sketch before), after a few hours I still stuck (I redrew it several times, just lines) and need some more months or years studying anatomy and other stuff. Or just stop everything but I can't do it, damn it. I should make games, that's so infinitely more easy and quick and I can get money through it, hopefully, at least I can try.

    Terjis: Dedication? Yeah I guess I have some... It doesn't mean I'm able to draw actually practice, just some studies or scribbles here and there... I need a lil more push but I'm working on it

    Black Spot:
    But color doesn't even important if I wish to practice form and lighting... I slowly start to develop habits but I bought some plasticine for kids, 10 colors It was cheap and I'm quite happy with it. I made some wobbly stuff with it, not-quite-cube (I tried though), sphere, cone, whatever. I soo will study form. And light and my favourite, radiosity... Reflected light is an awesome thing.

    Magical-Shit: I don't quite understand what you mean, not like I remember what happened in the ancient times when I joined but I guess I just did this topic and used it since then...

    Roope Maatta:
    Thanks! (You makes me blush I know what a topic with goodies is... Nothing like this one. But I so not give up.)
    I did some vague attempt at hands again, I tried to keep in mind how you do it, it seems a much better approach than mine, if I have any, hands usually confuse me. It took quite much time to draw a simple one but if fingers starts overlapping and bending, I'm lost. But I feel it's another step closer to figure out how hand drawing works.

    Jephyr X:
    Really thanks. I dunno why people say such nice things to me, I can't(?) even
    draw/paint stuff I actually totally capable of... It's crazy.

    in2eternity: Thanks!

    Just some pencil stuff.


    I barely touched Photoshop, I have just some boring sketches:



    I try to bring something nicer next time...
    I need to visit sketchbooks too...

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    I was so scared that you went on a trip to India
    and a quicksand eat you up. Because quicksand
    has got no sense of humor. I was trembling and
    shaking last night because of these thoughts.
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    today. Everytime you draw an anatomy study
    or a face, or a sceletor head, another star shines
    on the sky. You are one of a kind.


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