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    OK so I decided to give this place a shot. I feel like I have hit a wall. I need some crits good or bad.

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    nice pose and some good clean lines. keep it up

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    Nice! Good to see more local area people using this site and forum. Glad you decided to join us. This is a great place to get feedback and inspiration for your artwork. Now... lets see more of it. More I say! I think we will get a better idea of what your art is like when we see more. But I agree with rebel, looks like a good start. Nice clean lines.
    Have a great day!

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    pen and ink study

    Hey THANKS !!!
    Man I needed that.Please everyone take a look at this other stuff. At the time I didnt have a scanner. So I just took picture of my work.
    Next is photoshop to clean things up a bit more. I have a scanner now so I can load up the mountains o crap I have piled behind the woodshed (so to speak)
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    Fractured-1 for getting me back in the groove again.

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    i see your incorporating some quality line weight in your sketches, so thats a plus right there. Just be careful how and where you use it. your pieces have a lot of foreshortening, so the line weight must mirror that. The stuff in the foreground will have a heavier weight than that of the background. Keep it up and practice!!

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    15min exercises

    I did these this week. The tree I started a long time ago but I played around with it quite a bit just to see what I could make of it.

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    Some interesting stuff - might want to try some anatomy studies though. Some of the bits look super weird cos you dont seem to know enough about anatomy.
    Keep it up!

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    Yes! now we are cooking. Good to see you start posting. I love the force perspective stuff. It is one of those great comic book tricks that my brain never wants to let me draw, but I love seeing it done by others.

    Are you inking with a brush or with pens? I think you are using a brush from the line weights that I am seeing. Treat your pencil lines the same way and see what happens.

    KEEP POSTING MATE! Do not lose steam.

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    I agree about the line weight. That latest Spidey pic shows improvement though, so looks like you're heading in the right direction! Keep it up.
    I'd suggest going back to the woman with the emphasized perspective on her leg and making the line thicker as it gets closer to bring it out from the page more.

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    Thanks all
    yes.
    I agree. I need to hit the AP books again. The line wieght I totally forgot about so I will work on that some more.
    I havent really drawn in years. So your advice is greatly apreciated
    I have been using brush pens just to play with( dont really like them they seem to be really hard to control) lots of bleed and unfinished strokes.

    Fractured my style is the result of my aunt buying me my first book on how to draw. Titled HOW TO DRAW THE MARVEL WAY it been a curse and blessing a rolled into one

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    Old stuff from about 5 or 6 years ago

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    I was practicing clothing and was going for the Manga thing in the eyes but it didnt work out.

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    Grunge from Gen 13 was a really cool and humorus character and I loved the style of the mag.

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    I had some killer new pens was just testing them out

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    anatomy and posture study

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