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    LostFayth's sketchbook - October 17th

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    Hey everybody,

    Before I start posting everything here I thought it was appropriate to introduce myself first.

    My name is Kailash, but my friends call me Kai. I'm a 20 year old art student in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. My major is Education in Art at the Willem de Kooning Academy. I hope I can be a part time teacher and a part time freelancing Illustrator one day. I know I have a long way to go, so any comments and critique's are greatly appreciated!

    As for my sketchbook....I think I have some catchup to do. That is why I'll also put some older work here, starting from 04.2007 until now. Take a look and leave a comment if you will
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    Part two....

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    Interesting work! My favorite is the girl's face right above the faerie. The robe next to her reminds me of the Org 13 robes :3
    Looks like your lineart is in good shape. I'd like to see more shading!
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    It is indeed a org 13-ish robe. I like the character designs they used in kingdom hearts. The shading on a nude body is the hardest part for me. I spend hours to make the anatomy drawings and when I want to shade them I really don't know where to put the shades. I ordered some books of Bridgman and I hope that'll help me improve with my anatomy and shading of the human body.
    Thank you for your kind words!
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    Thanks for the visit

    I love your first page. I would really like to draw my girls a little more skinny.. But, I don't know what is stopping me. Well I guess I can go practice... Its almost 4am...
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    I would really love some honest critiques and improvements suggestions

    Renewed Study - I'm drawing again!!
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    Woah! 4am? You should go get some sleep and practise after you have slept. Thanks for letting me know what you think of my sketches .
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    'Schoolwork'

    I posted some of my sketches I did in my spare time and I shouldn't leave out my work I made in art school right? I just finished my freshman year and I've improved a lot during that year.

    Here it goes....:
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    part two

    Part two of my school work and my latest digital piece. I regret the fact that I can't work a lot in photoshop or painter due to my computer. But if I get a chance to do so, I do it....wish I could do it more though....
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    Neat-o stuff here. The sketch of the boy (you?) is, imo, the best technically. You should do more of those - and of other people, too!
    I also really like your digital piece; I can tell you put a lot of effort into it. But again; you should do some anatomy studies.
    Keep em coming!
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    Thank you so much Yeah that's me. I guess I should do more of those, the only thing is: I did it with pencils on a sheet of 50x65 cm and it took me almost 14 hours to complete it. But you're right, I should do this more and I will. My anatomy books will arrive this week (at least the shipping company told me it would) and then I'll do some anatomy studies. And in the meanwhile I guess I start a new self portrait drawing, but this time from a photo instead using a mirror.

    Thanks for taking the time to comment my work =) I really appreciate it.
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    nice and fresh start!
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    small update

    Wow....I've been really busy lately with school and helping my uncle move out to a new house. So didn't got really a lot of time to draw.

    I tried some new things. I never did a thumbnail drawing in my life. I saw that a lot of people did it here on conceptart so I thought to try it myself. I did the first three with photoshop and the others with a Copic BrushM Multiliner.
    Some of them are with reference (the kung fu fighters) but most of them are done by heart.
    The other thing I tried was to draw a new concept on the computer and proceed to something I like. After that I printed that drawing out and redrew it with pencil on a piece of paper.

    This are the results:
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