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    DSB3 2008 - Ready to build -

    Hi!

    Always an inspiring place for me, and as many here have expressed, "life gets in the way." as it does. Hopefully I'll be able to post more than what the days are left in this year. I don't like to write much anymore but crits and comments are always welcomed and appreciated and I will do my best to answer questions if some arise.

    Digital Sketch Book 3 on these forums, here's a link to the previous one.

    Since I didn't take care of my wacom pen (always in the pocket) I am without one for some time. So, back to ye old sketchbook and mouse colorin' days.

    Here's some sketches from after I left these forums.

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    More Sketchbook Scans

    This should catch me up to my current pages in my new sketchbook, these were and the previous post were all done in pen, some blue, some black, but i scanned them in as 8 bit greyscale.

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    Sketching in Pen? Pretty awesome.

    Sketching in pen, or in pencil without erasing, is kinda funky. Do it long enough and you just learn to sketch without ever needing to erase. I do recommend you keep that up. Draw as much as possible, everyday.

    Life gets in the way, it always does. But wherever you are sketch and draw. On bus, waiting in bus stop, while watching tv etc... as much as you can. You will find more improvement the more time you put into your drawings.

    These are good beginnings, keep going and draw draw draw

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