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    I love your 3d models as well as drawings !...hmmm..i must stop by here more often ..
    your final project character is turning out great..i love the expressions on the blendshapes... try sharpening the details on his clothing and accessories if you can..as well as pay attention to how the wrinkles form on his pants and shirt .. disregard this if its still wip though ! keep on going !


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    your 3d's always cool! nice to see them. yea the pelvis area is kinda weird. but keep it up! love to see more
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    nice start to your sketchbook!
    View My Sketchbook!(Crits are needed)(Looking for a mentor)
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    yongs, dchung + kingkostas Cheers guys I really appreciate the input . Yeah his pelvis definetly needs a bit of work, it's tough working out the anatomy after doing the clothing, kinda backwards but ah well. I'll have an update soonish

    Zeus haha hopefully man, i might start modelling him up for my next project

    Bigtayter Thanks for stopping by

    Well i've been doing quite a bit of lifedrawing lately using http://www.posemaniacs.com/pose/thirtysecond.html and i did some real lifedrawing yesterday. Doesn't really look like i've improved since the start of uni , but hell i'm still enjoying it. Oh and 2 of them aren't from life.. and 1s copied from a book..

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    Nice studies mate!!! I just made a paintover in the centaur.
    First of all try to make it in smaller scale to see it full body and i think the head needs to be smaller while the other aspects are better.
    Keep them up and keep rocking with your 3d !!!


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    Nice studies mate!!!I did a paintover in the centaur, indicating some things that i wanted to show in my opinion.
    Try to make it in smaller scale and a full body, so that you can check the balance and the general form. Also i think the head needs to be smaller while the other elements are quite good
    keep up the studies and keep rocking with your 3d !!!

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    the last bunch of gestures looks really nice, keep going that way, it will help you a lot in gaining confidence followed by improving line quality.
    All in all good work, just keep on doing what you're doing a lot, because you're doing the right things
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    kingkostas cheers mate, I really appreciate the draw over, it definetly cleared up alot of things for me anatomy-wise.
    gloominati thanks for the motivation, it's so difficult to know sometimes if you're heading in the right direction

    Sorry i've been away for so long, I've been doing a bit of drawing n speed sculpting, and im still rocking the posemaniac whenever I can. But anyway without further ado I introduce brother Gorrick of the Franciscan monks and the infamous Fox Lord of the Antipodes...

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    Lovely hand studies. But speaking of hands, the cyclopse' hands look a little too big - unless that was your intention?
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    dang dude, them 3 d models rock!

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    Munin Raven Thanks, yeah I did mess quite a bit with his proportions,
    his hands n feet are that way on purpose, but on hindsight I probably did go a
    bit overboard with the hands.

    Joce Cheers

    Here's a few more random biro scribblings, with some Burne Hogarth studies thrown in for good measure, and batman's there too.

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    These last few are really cool, i like the guy with the chimney stack on his head.
    Did you make those monks after reading Cadfael...

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    I really really like that idea for a cyclops. Its one of those things that you see and wish you came up with first.

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    Ypu have a really cool line style (I mean,the way you trace the lines!),I like it a lot,your sketches look so classical,like Leonardo´s!!!!!!!!!!!

    Keep on with the great work,but keep an eye on anatomy!

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    Stew haha yeah cadfael n the name of the rose were big inspirations,

    Dave Lynch Cheers Dave, really appreciate it.

    Camara wow thanks alot Camara, I've always seen my linework as quite messy and scribbly, but I definetly prefer your interpretation. more anatomy studies are a comin!

    Woooo i'm beginning to realise how much i suck at painting, here are my laboured results. Any painting tips would be greatly appreciated..
    Also I'm finding that my so called 'studies' suck ass, i'm so bad at copying things that they usually end up looking more out of proportion than my mind scribblings. What's up with that?

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