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    Euphemism's Sketchbook; Dec 16th with new art and categories. D:

    Hello! Yes, I've been inspired by this place, its works, its artists, and finallly decided to join. Well, three years later after first hearing about Concept Art, but anyhoo... I'd like to post up some of my sketches and things as a starter and would greatly like to hear your feedback. So, thank you and here are my offerings!

    Euphemism's Sketchbook; Dec 16th with new art and categories. D:

    Euphemism's Sketchbook; Dec 16th with new art and categories. D:

    Euphemism's Sketchbook; Dec 16th with new art and categories. D:

    Euphemism's Sketchbook; Dec 16th with new art and categories. D:

    Euphemism's Sketchbook; Dec 16th with new art and categories. D:

    Euphemism's Sketchbook; Dec 16th with new art and categories. D:

    Thanks for having a look!
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    Wow! I really like your stuff! Especially the Samurai pic and the strawberry one. I also love how you use different colors for your other drawings. Keep it up!
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    Yes, yes i like it! You seem to have a good grasp of anatomy. Keep it up, i'l be watchin
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    On his shell he holds the earth.
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    Thank you, Sky and Gorgoleon!! I owe you guys a pot of tea as you've been the first people to drop by. Here's some more sketches, some slightly older, but hey, I'm just getting the ball rolling here!

    Euphemism's Sketchbook; Dec 16th with new art and categories. D:

    Euphemism's Sketchbook; Dec 16th with new art and categories. D:

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    Welcome to CA!
    Great stuff going on here. I like #3 and 5 the most, so stylish. Keep uploading.
    And thank you very much for advices you gave me at mine book, its useful.
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    Thank you so much for taking a look at my sketchbook.

    This stuff is amazing! I'm particularly drawn to the strawberry girl and the dog, but technically, I'm loving the fun you are having with line - it's fearless.
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    Hey Euphemism, welcome to CA! You said in my sketchbook that you are a former casualty of Animation school, eh? hehe Well I hope you don't think of it as bad, because it certainly looks like it paid off Your gesture and line quality are great, and you really know how to convey form well. this one is one of my favorites in here; great design and very legible as a character. All in all great work

    If I can offer any advice it would be to really try and get some longer studies going; really start working away at giving nice levels of polish to your drawings. You might do this already, but saying it doesn't hurt, eh? Keep up the great work, I'll definitely be stopping back in!
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    hey.. nice work.. some cute drawings of the kids suggest that you're more inspired by the softer and pleasant things of this beautiful world.. Kids are the most beautiful things on God's Earth.. Looking forward for more!
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    pijus: No problem! I hope my advice helps out in the long run!

    kinjura: Fearless Line!! I've never heard anyone describe it like that before! Thank you for kindly dropping by, I'm currently enjoying your gallery and hoping you'll visit here again!

    Onir: Hello there. Animation College for me consisted of the tutors piling extra work (a student film as well as lip sync, jumping, running excercises) on us; the results were improved drawing techniques but no promise of job prospects. I've been doing storyboards and concept art by luckily finding work earlier this year - the work's done for free but I found what I wanted to do under my own steam. This new update has 'more rendered' drawings, and ta muchly for pointing it out!!

    ... Simon Fellah!? OHMIGODOHMIGODOHMIGOD!!!

    suhaib: Thank you very much for stopping by! I'm glad you like my children sketches; I'm very confident in drawing children, who are very cute and impressionable, but rarely seen in concept art for fantasy or sci-fi films and media, etc. I hope to sort out this problem soon.

    And now; some new stuff... I'll be using Attached thumbnails from now on, as I've been a bold girl and used Imageshack links.
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    Hey, thanks for swinging by my sketchbook and for the good crits! Much appreciated, miss. You seem to be up to good things and giving me advice you yourself are following so I'll leave you to it! Keep it up
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    Hey again Euphemism! I like the new stuff particulary the guy farthest to the left in the group shot, perhaps its the eyes but i get happy as i see him
    I also like the way you've drawn and shaded the heavy set woman, its inspiring!
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    Really love the first one .. Great stuff!
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