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    A Fist Full of Pencil Shavings

    Figured I'd join the ranks and start a sketchbook. C&C very welcome.
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    First batch...
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    Please Lengthen your message to at least 5 characters...
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    Dump of Nintendo DS Colors! speedies. I really love this little gem of a program.
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    The environments in the last post are quite pretty. I especially like the bottom leftmost one (the canal). Your creatures and pencil studies are also quite nice. If you don't mind me asking, were the first couple referenced from a magazine or movie or straight from your head? One thing I've noticed, and you may already be aware of this, is that you sometimes draw your hands unusually small compared to their bodies. The second sketch is the most obvious in this regard.

    Great start, dude! Keep up the good work.
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    Zweit: Thanks for the crit's. I was aware of the small hands in the second sketch but didn't realise the error was more widespread, so cheers for pointing that out. The first page was from a movie.
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    Birdies...
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    Very unique style man! Some great sketch book pages.
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    Some tree studies and more Nintendo DS speedies...

    OmertA: Thanks man, although I think my 'style' is just a by-product of my amature art skillz.
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    I really love your drawings of the birds on telephone poles. Environments are so nice too, you should work into some of em.
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    Todays sketches...
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    very nice sketches, the environmental ones are especially well done. the iron window/gate? surrounded by leaves and plants is definitely my fav. so those digitals are all with the DS? that's pretty awesome, I'd give some suggestions but I don't know what the capabilities of the program are
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    James Wolf: Cheers, man. The Colors! program for the DS has two brushes (hard and soft) and pressure sensitivity so it's really great for speedies and studies - and even more refined work. It's my own limitations that are the issue so any suggestions are welcome.

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