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    Yes yes very nice!!!Please mate keep up working.
    Stop working with art only when you feel that you follow a wrong dream/passion
    Very nice studies.
    See ya i am glad you came back


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    really delicate n beautiful

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    fine....study....keep sketching daily...

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    Bullsey, Anup1 - Thanks guys!

    Bharat
    , I will try to sketch as often as possible, and thank you for dropping by!

    Albino Stu, you should go on posemaniacs.com! It just throws poses at you and you just have to sketch as quickly as possible. Really good for getting the hang of gestures. Only problem is - I'm blind without reference! Which makes life quite difficult when drawing my own characters... hence the current lack of them. That is Code Red importance for me to sort out I think.

    Get your sketchbook started dude! And hey... I like your sig

    My King - I do keep having doubts about what I am doing - drawing makes me so stressed out! I need to be more patient with it.


    Right, just about to go to bed, but thought I'd try out a speed painting. It is reffed from a screen shot from Terminator Salvation trailer (which can be seen here, I recommend in HD).

    Anyone else think that film is looking awesome?

    Its gritty, it has Christian Bale, robotic bikes and Nine Inch Nails on the trailer's soundtrack. That is a winning formula in my eyes.

    Will be better than T3 for sure...

    Oh yeah, so a speed painting below.

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    keep up defining it more even if its a speed.You will get some more experience. Btw nice atmospheric perspective
    Keep up!!! with no worries ;D

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    Hey, good work in the SB and i realy like the blog. your anatomy work is improving, and the mood on the train is cool. Liking the digital paintings. keep up the good work.

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    Royzy, Thanks for the feature man! Always great to know people are keeping up with my work. You got some great stuff going man, your digital paints are killin. Have you check out the Botobit book my brother and I are working on.. www.botobit.com
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    **CA Sketchbook**

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    King - I'm back! (again, I know I keep disappearing). I'll keep up soon I promise!

    Tibbenstein - Thanks a lot for the visit! I'm glad you like my work and blog. Hopefully I'll be on here a bit more now, practicing, while I'm off for the summer (until October).

    Wesley - Thanks again for checking out my sketchbook! A lot of my friends who checked out your work are now also waiting for Botobit. Really looking forward to it.

    Well I disappeared from here again. If you have been checking out my blog you would of seen what I was doing during the last couple of months. Also the other day I wrote a post (aimed at some of my course friends, who are yet to get on CA) called 5 Reasons Why You Should Use ConceptArt.org. Let me know if you agree, perhaps leave a comment on there if you have something you would like to add.

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    I'm starting to draw again, and will gradually increase the amount I do. Here is some stuff I did yesterday. I did her head this morning though and rushed it (hence it is pretty hideous!).

    Not much new work here today, but as always, please drag me through the dirt with your best criticism. Ready...Go!

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    Nice !!
    I dont find a lot of problems in the head other than the elements are fully describable(i mean you drew a mouth eyes etc. instead of depicting them through light and shadow(in outlines this was gonna be possible by line weight and such), its very clean and nice but search a little more about weight in lines, and when drawing from ref dont aim on depicting the right analogies more than understanding the connstruction and mechanics.

    I see fault in hand(in the one we see full), anyway just keep up and soon every of these details will be solved !!!

    (btw nice blog )

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    My King, you probably don't remember me anymore, my consistency of posting has been very poor. How long has it been now? Almost half a year.

    I have excuses, but I won't use them.

    You were definitely right, the lack of lighting was what messed up her face a lot.

    Lets try to get into the groove of posting again. Here are a few bits (and the only things I've drawn since I last posted in June. Bad of me I know).

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    [p.s. - anyone know why the images are shrunk slightly smaller (so blurrier as well) than the size uploaded? (right click on one of the 3 above and go to View Image to see what I mean).]
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    hello mate.Dont worry i havent forgotten you, and actually i think before some days while i watching the Sektchbooks i thought what's up to your sketchbook.I am glad you are back.
    Just have fun and keep up.
    Have you uploaded them with the manage attachments?.Well if yes then i think your images are just small other than that if you uploaded them on another site like photobucket and such, they have a automatic system of reducing the size of some images.
    See ya

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    Cheers King! I have been looking through your sketchbook periodically, even when I was away. I'm sorry I haven't left you a comment recently, I will get over and leave a one as soon as I can! It's because I have had only a few minutes at a time to get on here.

    I'm not sure what it is about the uploading, I use the attachments manager. Ah nevermind.

    A quick few additions:

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    Below: A few very quick sketches from a film-watching lecture we had.

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    Think I will do a decent few studies from films, over the next month or so perhaps.

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    Hey there,
    Really nice sketchbook! Very inspiring!
    Keep it going!!

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    ColorExcursion and King,

    Thanks guys!

    Here are a few more. I'm a bit behind on drawing at the minute, because I'm in the process of moving out. My new room should feel a bit more 'studio' like.

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    I have to fill a sketchbook (paper kind) with these sort of sketches, I'm about a third through my current sketchbook, and probably have a few weeks left. I hope. I better check the deadline actually...

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