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    Oxy-clean!

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    Hey looking good!

    Your figure drawings have really good rhythm to them and I like the expressions you give to your characters. Also you do very interesting things with hands which is one of the most important things to do in my opinion.

    I think you should work on shading up some of your line drawings (easier said than done right?)

    That's all I have for now, good job
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    aguilas990: Got it.

    Another pic I'm working on. Maybe the last one I'll finish before I start college.
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    Done.
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    I was drawing some stuff from http://characterdesigns.com/index.ph...page=photosets. Tried the lady in the kimono...didn't go so well. I realized I can't recognize a figure correctly under heavy clothing. Wanna see those?

    EDIT: Finally! second page!
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    Hey nice SB going on here! i like your loose lines a lot, but you should also focus on more studying the anatomy, from books or real life for example
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    Parsakoira: Gotcha.

    Some doodles. My roommate has a great scanner.
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    I'mma try some Loomis next.
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    Nice style!!!
    I love it!
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    Thank ya, Variiaz!

    Here's some Loomis.

    EDIT: That dude's family must be crazy not to bring that book back in production!
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    I tried out DSG 1409. It was fun.
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    Despite how solid your lines are, there's so much flow! So everything looks like you know what you're doing, long before you've even started. Eugh. Jelous. I'm a doodler, so I draw with no intention of finished product. =/

    I'd like to see more variety though, both in subject and medium.

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    Good job you look like your getting the idea about this art game and enjoyed looking through you book keep it up.
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