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    [Nynthe's Sketchbook] Pachoo!

    Breathing for 22 years, yet drawing for only 10, I thought it high time I actually learn the basics.
    Hugely inspired by all the great art and the friendly atmosphere, I'd like to become part of the community :) I will attempt to tackle Loomis, Bridgmen et all and shall be updating this sketchbook as frequently as I comfortably can.

    Let's get this party on the road.
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    Some various studies, mostly Loomis :)
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    I love me some flowy lines :E

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    Those are some great studies there, but your finished stuff is also great.
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    FightingSeraph: Thanks :D

    Studying some rabbits to make the pink one read better. Cute little buggers.
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    Omg, that's some adorable rabbits!!! That picture you're working on now looks really awesome :3
    Nice studies up there too, keep working on them!

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    Mokinzi: Aw thanks :D They're the cutest, aren't they. And I should study indeed, so lazy sometimes :<

    Fixed the rabbit some.
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    Cute... super cute.

    And nice studies too.
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    I like those studies! reminds me to draw up more cubes in relation to figure drawing

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    great study

    nynthe...

    great studies you have here, i liked the care you put in rendering details...
    your lines have got a lot of grace and very flowy too indeed..!!

    keep going and pump some more work ..
    keep doing great work..

    and ofcourse,thanks for visiting my sketchbook and your valuable kindwords

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    Thanks for all the kind words, everyone :)

    Recently made a Sinterklaas present for a friend of mine with heavy use of the Furiae tutorials on hair, eyes and skintones. Heavily reffed and slighty painted over (position of the facial features).
    Last one is a random doodle.
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    Dumdedum.
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    It's been a while!
    First two are random sketches to keep busy. Third is an illustration I did on a whim, inspired by the cute collage-like art of Steph Laberis :3
    The two after that are, yet another, reinterpretation of my old dnd ranger.
    And lastly, the scene in which I previously placed a bearlike creature and a rabbit. I got so frustrated about getting them to look right and the background to actually look like a lush forest, that I flipped some layers and put in new figures. Grr forests :<

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    Nice work, keep practicing! You're doing really great.
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    really nice studies, and I like especially all the pics with rabbits and/or something green in the bg. I want you to focus more on getting the values right when painting skin tones... darker shadows and such would be nice. your best skin tone values are in the fragile.jpg so far imo, but the sinterklaas could use some darker shadows. the shirt should obey the same light source as the skin, too. I like the detail, though! and aaw those wabbits ^__^3<

    Keep it up, you're doing great! //Lotta
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