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    Maybe

    We should all accept you as our new demi-god?

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    Sooo good man, so good!

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    yeahh no words you are better than me so i dont say any thing but u re have good jobs i love them !

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    All of your drawings and studies are fantastic, keep on posting!

    ~JB

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    Hey man, nice work from what I can see, checked out your gallery to, some more things there, really like the statue of the man holding the stone tablet.

    Read that you liked traditional art, cool. Just shout out if you want any help.

    Hope if it's ok, what I say from just a quick look. It's a bit generalised. You need to simplify more. It's always the hardest thing to do, make decisions that are simple, same things with anatomy, try to draw the simple form of the muscles, this is what makes bridgemans work so incredibly strong. Making some thing so complicated as the human body so simple. Another thing is to be more specific with the breaks between the planes, this will help you to explain the form better and make you more aware of how the form actually works. Which will make the visual impression to read better. So what ever you do, make sure you keep track of the whole impression and don't start copying just small parts of the object.

    Good luck man, it's a great journey.

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    Hmm, that portrait is either of Jesus, or one of the guys from Fleet Foxes. Either way, I love it. The tones and shading are beautiful.

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    Oh I love those portraits! The one with the eyes bleeding ink is really strong.
    And the studies too... beautiful work!

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    wicked book man, excellent portraits!

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    Ayem – thank you, I wish I had

    Brentos8, Nekromisantrop – thanks guys; a person I like wanted a drawing of a tree, so I filled a whole sketchbook as a gift. It was fun; somehow I like those that I did in the shortest time.

    Lionese – thank you, feeling inspired is good

    Young paddy1 – thanks dude, I appreciate the crit. I hope to finish that drawing some day and will try to tackle that problem

    Silvenon – far from anywhere near perfect, but thank you. If you need help with something specific, feel free to ask

    m.j. and Faust – many thanks

    Munin Raven – thanks, those are actually self portraits of how I felt after work, hehe. But now that you mention it I can see how they remind you of Hitchcock

    Verehin and donalfall – thank you very much

    Mischeviouslittleelf – thanks, I hope to put up some paintings soon too

    OmertA, algenpfleger, My57, jackpot anjr90, Suira, yoonate, bharat, Craz, Helioth, D@niel, destinyapocalypse, JustinBeckett – thanks a lot to you all, I am happy you like it and appreciate the comments

    Pencilator – Thank you so much man, that was a really good critique. And sure its ok, that’s why I am here for. I have thought about what you wrote and agree with most of what you say. Sometimes I seem to get carried away with unnecessary details, I hope to get better at analyzing and deciding.

    Lufiamanaelf – thanks, that portrait is actually of my father.

    Clochette – merci Madame Clo

    DavePalumbo – thank you man


    Since Pencilator mentioned an older drawing, I remembered that I had worked a bit more on that one. I am posting the updated version

    Attachment 545198

    And some new sketches

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    Wow that last one is beautiful. I am in love with it. I don't know why, but it looks as if it has emotion.
    Great stuff!

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    very good work man. Im really enjoying these. I like what's going on with the legs of the first one. Simple and accurate. Keep it up !

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    cool SB, Keep it up!!

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    great works!

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    Can people stop commenting as it gets in the way of me scrolling down to drool?


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    really nice drawings! especially like those last two and the pencil/ink ones from previous posts.

    cheers!

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    Many thanks to all of you

    I hope everyone had some nice days

    few sketches i could do during christmas, might become something

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    wip?
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    Have a good start into the new year

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    Awesomeness! love your gestures and lines!

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    Happy birthday!
    Love the last portrait by the way!

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    Some great stuff in your SB. Those pencil drawings can't get any more sexier than that, keep it up!

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    Some great stuff in your SB. Those pencil drawings can't get any more sexier than that, keep it up!

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    realy cool stuff here
    i want to see moreeeeee

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    I gotta agree with DanielC these are some great pieces here. Keep getting better man!

    -E

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    Great, great stuff! =)
    I'm loving this! Nice sense of character =)
    Keep it up!
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    I'm in love for this one...the line, the movement, the shading...it's deeply emotional.
    Your whole sketchbook is amazing...thank you for showing us!

    I have a sketchbook!
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    I like your self portraits. You display a particularly sensitive touch when capturing your own features.
    Hope to see more of them.

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    fantastic stuff man!

    great anathomy feeling..cool studies- i like it!

    wish u a creative new year!

    cheers

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    Wow, your work is stunning! I'm in awe of your anatomy studies and those little ink figure drawings.... simply beautiful!

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    Fantastic. Just really beautifull stuff and technically very high. I wish I had those skills. The last image in post 39 has something very special. Looking forward to seing more.

    Please take the time to give me some constructive criticism in my Sketchbook
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    kidult - thank you!

    Clochette - thanks, you're too sweet

    Maestro Andres - doudle thanks

    Kristo Novo, Mischeviouslittleelf, ReviseTheMethod, alicelefay - thank you all very much, its interesting how everybody seems to enjoy different stuff

    Aztc - thanks, yeah i should do more sps, soon

    selfu, Smashed_Pumpkin and Hilbruks - thanks for stopping by and the nice words, i really appreciate it


    still struggling with paint, so i plan to do more quick oils
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    really nice colors but the structure of (our)right side looks a little bit un-natural...
    keep posting
    cheers!

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