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  1. #1
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    My Sketchbook of horrors. (horribly bad sketches a least.)

    My Sketchbook of horrors. (horribly bad sketches a least.)

    only one today, I'm not gonna tear out nething this time. D: I PROMISE

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  3. #2
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    Mar 2003
    In the frozen north that is Minnesota.
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    Hey Pezz,

    Glad you had the courage to post. It looks like you've already got an eye for seeing, now you just have to know WHAT you're seeing. Your proportions seem pretty good, but the structure isn't there. I can't get a good sense of the bone structure (which is usually very useful for the face if not the rest of the body). Also, the strap of the scabbard doesn'y seem to fall over the body like it should. The eyes are beautiful. That's an important thing to get in any drawing, and you've got a good start in that respect. I'd recommend going and investing in an anatomy book of some sort. You can get them at or Barnes and Noble's website.

    Good luck, keep drawing, and post MORE!!!!

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    "As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. Unfortunately the resulting sparks set fire to any nearby artworks."

  4. #3
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    Oct 2003
    Íslandinu hinu bláa
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    That´s the way, post all sketchbook pages I´m doing just that, and started two days ago.. But if you´re bad then I´m horrid.. really really horrid.. But I dont like to think of myself as horrid so... 'Great man' but as the dude above me said, needs structure..

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