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    (DUMP) tune up for the "skillz".

    Here's some observational sketches that i've done since the last time i've posted. I'm returning to observational drawing for a little tune up on the skillz. Suggestions and crits are more than welcome.

    (DUMP) tune up for the "skillz".

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    (DUMP) tune up for the "skillz".

    (DUMP) tune up for the "skillz".

    Dan

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    The nerve of that ladybug...

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    the ladybugs cool, love the study of it, oh yeah they bite, hell you must be a nice warm meal in this eyes.

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    nothing to lose so go for it
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    Nice job on the coloring.. though, I've already told you that while watching the action.

    Um.. so yeah, ladybugs look spiffy with the color.. I adored the doodle without it, I absolutely love it now. Nice choices of color, goes well with the sketchy quality of the images. It doesn't subract from the linework, works wth it instead. If that makes any sense. Very painterly.. watercolor quality to it. Yup.. rambling now.. so.. Good job!

    *slinks back into lurker mode*

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    Thanks for the feedback/oddball comments. The reason i'm going back to observational drawing is because i realized that fantasy is based on reality. So i'm going back to try and beef up my visual language by paying closer attention to the things around me.

    Also, i'm going to be starting a sketchbook thread soon. I hope that will help. I do draw EVERY day, but it would great to get some feedback on my sketches.

    Dan

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    were you board enough to sketechs a ladybug as it walked around?

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    Yeah, i was just done in the bathroom and i spotted him on the floor. I just thought it would be interesting to have a little narrative of where he went.

    Dan

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