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    Thank you, gentlemen.

    I've been taking walks recently. I'd say I'm a bit inexperienced with observing environments.
    Thanks for looking.

    My Sketchbook or: How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Draw!


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    What is happening on the battlefield my friend?
    Any good news or positive battle reports?
    I counted so many days from your last update,
    I think it's time to go to new adventures.
    Write me a secret message, then post something
    new again. P.S. The prisoners are still alive.

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    LtPlissken: Good to see you are posting again and thank you for your patience.

    I thought I'd start a new sketchbook seeing as the forum is getting back on it's feet but decided against it when there's nothing wrong with the old one. Except for rigorous self-improvement.
    Trying out new stuff, see what sticks. There's just so much shit to do nowadays. Here's some doodlies in no particular order.

    Thanks for looking.

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    that panda with a rocket launcher rocked my socks, amazing sketches man and an amazing sketchbook keep on going!

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    that panda's awesome lol

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    The improvement here is literally mind boggling and inspirational. Good work man.

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    lionheartGFX: Thanks!
    midknight523: Hehe, thanks!
    MattNB: Thank you. There's not much to what I do, just draw. Much to improve.

    I'm a bit stressed as I don't have enough time to focus on purely drawing nowadays.
    Here's something I forgot to post. How is the composition on the first picture? I think background elements will either kill it or balance it.
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    You've developed really nice handling of forms. I like that. And those sketchess aaahh.

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    i love the latest creature man, really cool dont staahp

    btw thanks for stopping by my sb

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    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...0&d=1351413315

    good work on this one... Are you using lassotool and a soft brush? anyway, looks like a cool technique

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    Ramalooke: I'm glad to hear that.
    lionheartGFX: Thanks!
    Lakka: Tervehdys toveri. I'm experimenting on using a soft brush and a hard eraser, I like how quick you can establish form that way.

    Working on a better composition and chasing rabbits.
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    that rabbit is great! I love it how you used the colours, just gave me a chill.

    I'm just wondering, if your very soft digital technique suits your other work. I like your pencil sektches a lot - I think that maybe a bit rougher painting style would add more life to the painting and would work better with your characters. Because they feel more rough or dangerous in you drawings, that feeling wents away with all the soft eges. At least in my opinion. On the other hand, it could be cool as a contrast for demons, to have some soft qualities of an angel but still be evil inside.

    Nonetheless, it's very interesting to see you doing very different stuff! That extra frog is very cool too.

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    great progress!! i would suggest doing a bunch of gestures keep working hard, this sketchbook is coming along great

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    Valyavande: Thank you. I know what you mean. It's just a way I've been sketching lately, loose and soft for the underwork and taking it further from there when I have all the necessary stuff in place. I haven't had time to take the idea home properly yet though.
    Ian Barker: Suuuuuup! Thanks for stopping by.

    Busy as hell but feeling good. New WIP and a bunch of stuff.
    Thanks for looking.

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    Exactly like this. Keep them things coming on and on.
    I have to tell that the most power you have is coming in your pencil drawings. Full blunt force trauma and energy. Unbeatable.


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