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    Some sketches from life:

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    A couple girls I never submitted to the Harvey James catgirl project:

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    Hi Joanne thanks for dropping by my SB and heping me out

    you are drawing pretty well i like your nature/enviroment pieces the best (makes me want to travel)

    if you continue like this im sure you can become a illustrator/conceptartist one day!
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    @gnilrE No problem, and thank you!

    Something a little creepy for Hallowe'en:

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    just me... dropping by again...
    that last one looks alot more like my P.E. teacher/instructer then it should!
    still cool though
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    Some nice character design here, but my favourites are those enviros. Your coloring schemes are awesome.
    Keep on sketching!
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    Hey, I've figured out how to post older attachments! Yay!

    CHOW 125 (I think):
    Lagomorphosis - Vin's Sketches

    Self-portrait for Self-Portrait Day (photoref):
    Lagomorphosis - Vin's Sketches

    Started working on the mummy for Hallowe'en CHOW:
    Lagomorphosis - Vin's Sketches

    But decided to go with more stylized movie monsters instead. Here's a stab at Dracula:
    Lagomorphosis - Vin's Sketches

    I'll be working on some more movie monsters next, then maybe a few old CHOW designs, and then I should probably get back to environments, since I need the practice and people seem to like them. Thanks for the comments, everyone!
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    hi vineris


    your late sketches looks very promising.

    The selfportrait is very good (keep those bold stokes)

    be aware of proportions (just a reminder)

    and post moaaaaaaar
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    Thanks Zou! Definitely need to work harder.

    The wolfman for CHOW:

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    A sketch from one of the Drawingboard Jams:

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    Great sketchbook! I'm really digging your character designs, especially the caricatures. =)

    I particularly like your pen and maker environment studies. There's a great energy and flow to them. Keep 'em coming! =D
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    I really like your fun style, your caricatures are so awesome! I feel though that they could be stronger if you put more gesture in them. Even your last female figure doesn't seem to really be standing and seems off-balance, but in your characters it seems all a little too stiff. Create more movement in the pose and there will be more interest, but also to really get into that feeling of movement. Keep at it, your style is pretty unique!
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    @hopebay - Thanks! I should get back to doing the environment studies. I need the practice!
    @majortom - The ref for that figure was definitely odd. I think I didn't throw her hip out to the side enough. I'll have to correct it when and if I do a cleanup. Thanks for the suggestions for things to work on!

    Did a lot of sketching this week but I'm really behind on scanning and I can't find half the stuff I want to scan in the great pile of paper.

    Something that will likely make a good illo:

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    And some sketches from life from earlier in the year:

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    You have the cutest style - and I really love your sketches. The characters are all so well drawn. Love the more relaxed and free stuff if you know what I mean
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    Sketch from a cartoonist get-together this summer:

    Attachment 840822

    Chow 180 (Steampunk Harem):

    Lagomorphosis - Vin's Sketches

    Lagomorphosis - Vin's Sketches

    Scandinavian-inspired dwarf woman:

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