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    Really nice updates Roger!! In post#476 I think the central portion of the girl's nose needs to be thinned out a bit. It looks a liitle wide to me. The hands are looking real nice btw. Keep up the good work my friend.


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    turbosnail: Thanks for the comment man


    Here is some stuff from last 2 days .. today im bummed out as fuck, cant get anything cool done..


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    Hey man, 1st of all, you quitter!!!! haha
    That's a lot of figures! They don't seem all that gesturey to me? But I'm guessing a lot of them began as gesture and then were drawn on top of to flesh out. Either way there's some nice movement going on in a lot of the figures, and the contours/lines are giving them a lot of form for the most part. I'd say keep up what you're doing and try to get a more even balance between male and female.
    As for the faces, I reckon 6 out of 7 of those are really good man, the top left seems to have very large features or a very small head. It may just be me but it looks a bit odd. The bottom right is the standout on the page, perspective and feature alignment is great, and more importantly there's some emotion/personality in there.
    The big sp looks even better now you've blended out a few areas, gives it much more form. You're taking Coro's advice and keeping your values closer together and it's clearly paying off. But where's the prison one!? That was waay better than you seem to have talked yourself into believing. SHOW US!!!!

    haha, speak to you soon man
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    this figures look awasome man, the hands need some work but all together they look fantastic, in the self portrait you need to work a bit more on the blendings there but it's looking good

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    danny Lambertinos : Thank you so much again for the awsome comment!
    U where right about the figs they started as gestures.. then tried to render over it and kept the movement there.. but didnt feel like a succes to me I gotta do it more and more and moreeee

    oren: thank you sir! i suck at small hand n fingers XD its cuz i draw to fast though I should slow down a little more take a bit more time then i get more quality and more people will look !! the selfportrait could use a better blending i guess.. i gotta say i dun rly mind it :/ but maybe im just sloppy XD im not the best blender/renderer.. YET O.O!!

    last night and today some stillife wacom studies

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    Nice stillife studies as I mentioned before.
    Your anatomy studies are way better than mine!

    Keep it up!

    (BTW, do you use a book for your anatomy studies, and if so what can you recommend?
    and where can I buy it?)
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    You have pleased Irkan with your offerings


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    oh man! the still life looks awasome, you're maybe not the most awasome renderer right now but that's what we are all here for and that is to get the best we can

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    wow, these last to life studies are good.
    as in holy bejeesus, good!
    keep drawing with pen as well. I think that will help your lines. really thinking where you put down the line and making them as long and fluid as possible.
    booyaa keep going!

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    M-studios: Thanks man !
    I dont rly use a book anymore, except sometimes when i wann refresh my memory
    I use bridgman or loomis.. but mostly just photos and rly analyse whats going on

    vatsel: OMG O.o

    oren90: Thanks and yaeh! we neeed to learn!

    tony: Thanks man XD haha! i will have to use more pen yeah! thanks!

    Here some stuff from today and last thursday
    its not much i guess XD ill do better!!

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    Awesome life drawings! I want moar of that sweeeet honey

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    what happened to her nose and teeth?

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    dylan: Thanks dude.. next thursday ill get u some moar :X

    vatsel: she ran into a wall, after that she fell down and someone walke by and slapped her in the face with a baseball bat.. truth.


    todays harvest
    Today was also the day the magazin came out im featured in
    Its some dutch magazine, and im not sure how big that mag is.. but i feel honored to be in there.
    Especially since i havent been drawing for so long Yippy! XD

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    anatomy stuff from zachs dagger stream thingie
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    some rip off character :////
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    the anatomy studies look fantastic man, and the photo study looks good as well although she does seem to have ran into a wall and she hit it hard haha.
    congrats on the feature you can be proud of yourself even if it is a small mag we all gotta start from somewhere

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    Oren: Thank you very much dude And thanks for the support!

    todays harvest was mostly in the theme of my new alla prima book..
    Its freakin interesting to read, and amazing to see some works from that book
    Now i tried some simple excercises from the book.
    The banana is very simple was like 10mins or something.
    Just trying to get the feel of it.. direct paints and just focussing on colorvalue..

    I still have lots and lots to learn.. we'll get there!!

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