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    Finished the tattoo dude
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    Started the next guy. I'm aware there's a huge diagonal slant with the features but i really really am too far in to go back and change it. Plus it's school work so I need to speed up anywho
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    Try working on your line work if you dont have enough time for proportion, line work is always a good thing to practice. Try making pencil strokes in the same direction through out the picture when your shading it and that often makes it look good.
    My observational skills may be great but I said nothing about my drawing skills

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    hey man thanks for the visit to my SB

    your work is looking great you definatly have got some fine control over the use of value and line i'd like to see a lot more paintings and some finished out compositional work as well!


    keep up the fight , Ian
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    Zorcron: Haha I would like to see those as well, maybe after exams when I have time and I stop using revision as an excuse for being lazy I will paint more to finish. Cheers

    So busy lately. Lots of homework. I have English essays, maths revision, science revision and I need to fill my GCSe art folders And then I have to get time to do personal art haha.
    Bird Skull since i have to revisit the organic section of my Art GCSE...basically trying to juggle 3 huge art subjects at once
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    The duder on the left is copied from "The Execution of Lady Jane Grey" by Delarochem I have a poster of it on my wall. The actual painting is so awesome face-to-face,, it's massive.
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    hard worker alert
    keep it up. D:

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hey man.. You get an excellent rating from me for dedication and hard work sir. =) keep it up ! you'll be rocking this shit we call art so hard.


( and I'm not just saying this because. yeah.. you know :p )

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    Can't wait to see your work in a few years

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    Some really nice drawings going down here, specially those with the tattoos

    Keep RAWKING!

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    a la bapsi: Haha no I'm a lazy ass, but thanks

    Dile_: Thanks dude

    Sung-jae Kim: Cheers

    Mischeviouslittleelf: Wow thanks man

    Metallic project shit
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    Sketch i did that was mainly straight into value, very useful and very fun so far
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    yay, improvement

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    Nice update! The metalic project sketches have alot of movement to them.
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    Yeah!, last one is too awesome
    Keep on going with it like you did with the face

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    Yooo man. Neat progress. I really like the first tattoo dude. Major improvement. I think the thingy you should watch out for in your sketches is the sharp edges of your lines. They tend to be realy blocky. Which is okay for some areas like the cheeck bones but your eyes look way to blocky. Instead of building them up out of 6 or 7 lines try using 2 fluid ones. That will surely give your heads (especially eyes) a more natural look, and will probably also improve the line quality. Anyway keep it up you are on the right track.

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    jordyskateboardy: Good crit man, very true. I lack the flow at the moment in lines. Cheers

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    krato: woop? haha thanks

    A small statue thing in my brothers room that was on a high up shelf, and an attempt at studying the Anthrax cover Spreading the Disease. At least I got the foreshortening..
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    Some shit from imagination, trying to rely on value more
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    Hogarth studies
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    those hogarth studys are looking great ! your anatomy is really improving i really want to see lots of paints in the works now haha
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