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    Oh... Those gestures look fine!
    Go, Darlene, look *nudge*. That's what I was talking about considering construction of a mannequin.

    I think you could do some studies of noses. They are not looking as good as the rest of the face.
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    I'm looking, I'm looking! But I don't really see anything that could help me. When you say "Construction of a mannequin", I get confused. You mean different parts? o_O

    ANYWAY.. These are awesome sketchies! And I do love the gestures, they show motion.. I don't know HOW, but I do know that they do, and I like them! More more more!!!! Keep it up, keep it up! Push, push, push.

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    It wasn't MY idea. (lolz)

    That pie is cool.
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    Nice updates! keep em coming!
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    Yesterday was super busy and super disappointing =.= so this... is what I've got.

    And don't lie psycho, you know you enjoyed it

    I'll start more pen and ink stuff today probably... but it's just interesting thinking about how I hate using outlines in Illustrator but I really like them with traditional media. Well... Yeah.
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    Oooh! I found something really good! I was searching for mannequin examples to help out with gestures... 'cos I was too lazy to draw one >.>; However! My laziness paid off!

    Blogger blogger: http://analyticalfiguresp08.blogspot...1_archive.html

    This one in particular is what I'd like you guys to look at. It shows the upper body mass, the tummy bit that can bend and twist, and the hips. When I draw I leave my tummy as just the line of the "spine" but as long as you have the torso separated into those 3 parts you'll get a better understanding about how the body moves Yay! I'll study it a bit too...
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    Hi! i think you really understand how to communicate your stuff! i love your vector pieces without any outlines, they work really well!
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    PUPPPYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!! EEEEEEEEE!!! SO CUUUTE. D ... I want it


    .. Err..mmm..ogkgk. Okay, done drooling. You've just drawn EXPERT NOSES. I love those noses! They are the noses that I love. Look at the nostril in that one! And the bridge of that nose is DEEEEE-VINE!! Let us embrace, you, and I, mr. nose.. We will dance into the sunset with your wonderfully drawn symmetry, or lack thereof, depending on the nose! ...

    ahem.. anyway! I'm feeling a bit silly. It might be the ice cream :3 But in any case, I'm SO HAPPY that you've decided to UPDATE .. And.. I love what you've been doing! Pressing to improve! hehe, the backup fairy. Funny. Though, I don't know whyyy! Anyway.. Keep it up! Keep at it! You're great!
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    Cool updates - again! got some great characters and a cool style. Might want to try spend some time on line quality - maybe ghost some strokes before you lay down a line, instead of just scratching over and over until a line you like appears. I suffer from this too and now I find it hard to stop!
    Keep those updates coming!

    ps. thanx for link - is it Kevin Chen's stuff? he rocks so hard!
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    Oh! That fairy is nice. Although the many different shapes are a little hard to tell apart. Probably try to give each element a distinctively different direction (as in up, donw, er, makes sense? ) I mean angle, that's more fitting.
    Keep it up. Nice noses.
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    I really like those noses! Real solid studies going on there.

    What I also like is the environment, below the desk/flowerpot. Some really good stuff. Lets see some more drawings! Get a day off to yourself and DRAW DRAW!

    Keep 'em coming
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    Um... Bad news... I'm gonna need more surgery... I drew some stuff yesterday but I d'no if I'll get th' chance to upload it for while. Sorry.
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    Awww. I hope the surgery goes well! Hope to see you updating again soon!
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