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    Cornman: Thanks. Hmm... Some better sketching sounds like a good idea

    Been neglecting this sketch book a bit... Here's something new to keep it going

    Portrait of Tomoyasu Hotei

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    that's prolly an actor again. but the name doesnt ring any bells for me. I like the skewed expression. nose feels a little long. or maybe the eyes are placed too high.

    >>SKETCHBOOK. you'll visit me. I'll visit you, we'll have a tea party. with arts and shit. it'll be dreamy. stop by.
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    He's a japanese rock musician I guess most people recognize him from making 'Battle Without Honor And Humanity' from Kill Bills soundtrack though...

    He has pretty distinct features actually. So I'm not sure I'm that off. His nose Is very long... Maybe his eye should be further left though, and his mouth might be a bit small ^^'

    Here's the ref for comparision http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/222263.jpg (Couldn't find the larger one I used when drawing again... :/ )

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    his nose is that long; but I think he needs a little more chin and room for his skull in the hat (width mostly)- that will get the same effect as a slightly smaller nose though and ye the eye may be too close to the middle.

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    Ok. I tried to tweak it a little bit. I think the proportions are more right now.. I'm not so sure about the likeness though.

    And some hand studies as well

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    In my opinnion you need to devote more time for each pic.
    Instead of doing 30 speedpaints, do 3 finished pictures.
    You will notice a considerable difference.

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    Ok. In an attempt to remedy my shortcomings I decided I should time myself when drawing. At least three hours with this picture, I said. And then I gave up after one ^^'

    Makes me wonder if I'm really cut out for this art business if I don't have more of an attention span than that...

    Oh well. I'll try to get back to it later again...

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    3 hours is a long time for me to devote to one picture, maybe its just me. for an hour thats a good painting, i think i would die if i rode a flying car tho. with great power comes blah blah

    crit: having an aerial shot of land(urban) in the background would help with that piece, bc right now it looks like its doing a brrl roll!

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    great diversity of drawings here, that´s great! pencil, traditional drawings, and digital paintings.
    i really like you hand studies,, very exact.
    your fighter studies are fine as well, like xena.
    and the last one is funny, WHOOOSH
    keep it up
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    Jesus Food, I guess three hours is a pretty long time. But it depends on the piece maybe. Still I feel I should put some more work into many of the things I do

    HerrleerzeichenS, thanks

    Quick scribble thingie... Vampire disco, or something

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    Gunslinger girl for a personal RPG-project...



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    Portrait of my uncles dog...

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    Animal anatomy studies from latest ImagineFX

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    Attempt at a Bougereau study in oil pastel

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    Hey tobbA, lots of good stuff here. The portrait of your uncle's dog is impressive. The bougereau study is nice, especially with pastels, that has always been a tough medium for me. You seem to be making all of the appendages a little small though (in thickness especially), and the torso could be longer with a smaller head. You should really watch the right wrist and the right ankle, they get too small there.

    Good work though, keep it up!

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    OK. Really should start updating again...

    Sebbon: You're probably right... I should pay more attention at the sketch stage i suppose

    A few digital still lifes I did recently

    Last one is some kind of large seed capsule or something we had lying around..

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    Cool studies man, definitely keep posting more often. Maybe try to take some studies further into refinement in the future though, thats going to make you level up. I'm not one to talk though, I'm still trying to figure out the digital stuff.

    Good stuff.

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    Thanks, I guess I should try to do longer studies... I just seem to get bored too fast and it's hard to keep going after a while thogh

    Anyway, here's a lynx from a photo

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    Doodelish...



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    these are all good studies tobba, for now id recommend drawing people from life

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    Thanks. Yeah. I do draw people from life... Hopefully the life drawing classes around here will open soon again as well

    I've been too lazy to bring my computer to the scanner to scan all the drawings I have ^^' But uh... I should probably do that

    Here's a page for P.O.W. Hopefully I'll finish something this time...

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    Tried doing something manga style



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    Hm. I guess that head don't go very well with the body...

    Anyway, female anatomy practice from photo... I think her head might be too small

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    Game over... !

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    Hey, I like the female anatomy paint study! Her head might be a bit too small but it's not significant enough to be considered wrong I think.

    The harpey and game over sketches are pretty cool too, nice stuff in here. Yea, you should definitely post up some life drawings, move your butt to the scanner dood.

    I dunno what to say, just keep on working, and maybe hit some more painting studies so that you can level up, because right now you're proficient, but I know you can level up, you just got to do some more painting studies... kinda like the figure one you did.

    Keep it up man!

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    well you defenetly have the right motivation to keep you going.
    And its clearly paying off.. your last few paintings are getting really good
    I like your use of colour
    keep them comming

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    Thanks, guys

    Final Fantasy VI fanart...

    Could maybe use some more polish but now I'm tired...

    Should probably post some studies next.

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