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    hey, these landscape values are great (not boring )

    maybe you should spend some time on all the basics, liek real life studies, working on some anatomie books and practice simple forms in perspective, your sketchbook seems to lack of that basic stuff and im sure that would help you doing some level ups

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    Yeah, haven't seen your stuff for some weeks now. Your latest landscape is decent. Maybe you can put some pretty light or dark stuff in it. A focus, a point your eye is jumping to directly when you see the painting.

    Keep it up man.
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    5th page, fuck yeah!

    @xbert: You're so right. Gotta change that! Thank you!
    @tasser: Thanks for the tip. I'm looking forward to new stuff from you!

    Your wish is my command! Let's see if I can get something digital down today...Ah, yeah, I think the woman on the right is the very first one I ever drew from mind, haha!





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    Just a little scribbly sketch today, tried some new fancy brushes.

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    Guys would you mind rating my thread, so more people would look at my stuff and give me feedback?

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    Just two things before going to bed, pretty abstract and uncommon for me.

    Please rate my thread! *begging*

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    First piece for my new "project": the homework necessary to be accepted to the university in Berlin.
    These are thumbnails for the first page the profs will see.

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    New version, I think I can call it done.

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    Damn, 'entail' has a lot meanings
    You mean why I do this? If the professors like it, I will be able to study 'Game Design' at a university.
    Or do you mean, what's the homework about? It's about a murder happening in a mining city for criminals on the moon, involving some CSI-riddle-solving, Aliens and stuff.

    This time just some random scribbles, still trying to get a cool look. And I have to study anatomy more, it often just looks off...

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    hello!
    I would like to hear more about the moon, if you're allowed to talk about it.

    "Cool look" scribbles are always fun. I quite like the landscape in #125. cheers!

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    @krysjez: Glad you like some stuff
    And sure, I'll send you a short write-up about the moon, because I think there are some people on here which also do the homework for Berlin and we don't want any intelligence theft to happen, do we?

    Further scribbles, sketches for a shuttle, posemaniacs, etc. nothing really 'done'.
    Tonight or tomorrow there will be a huuuuge update with stuff from school!

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    So this is stuff from two years school, good stuff, bad stuff, hope you like it!
    Reminder: It was not an art school, so we just did something practical in 40 percent of art-class, the rest was art history.

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    moaaaar

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    I really like your studies of the human face, they have beautiful gesture lines but I think your hands could need some work. Keep going, btw cool abstracts.

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    @Ellyon: Waah, I ever thought it was the other way round. And as I tried to draw my hands, I failed, argh. So hands this time! But thanks for the cool comment

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    Just a small update.

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    Quick sketches before going to work.

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    I'm embarrased...the Auto Correct Curve made this painting so much better...

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    Quick sketch before going to bed.

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    I'm loving the landscapes. Have you ever gone outside and tried to do some landscapes in your neighborhood? Fun stuff. Pick up some charcoal and a big sketch pad and head out into the world and draw some landscapes.

    How did you do the robot looking thing?

    Helps us on our journey. Comments and critiques are welcome.

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    Hey Max!
    Ja, das war n Entwurf für die HA Wie du siehst geh ich eher in die Fantasyrichtung, du machst eher so Sci-Fi?
    Das ist mein erstes digitales Bild, das ich bisher gemacht hab. Muss das auf jeden noch üben
    Mit Landschaften hab ich noch total Probleme, mal sehen ob ich das bis zur Abgabe noch hinbekomme.
    Danke für die Korrektur, das mach ich bei meinem fertigen Bild auch nochmal

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    @SigonWulf: Where have you been, dude? I thought you quitted
    Never really sketch outdoors. Tried it, but there so much happening, people, cars, people who could be suspicious about what I'd draw and so on. It's far more relaxing to draw in my private room
    Robot thing: I created different shapes with Pull Shapes in Alchemy, mirrored some and so forth. Then I opened them in PS and put them nicely together, actually very easy

    @Tawnos:
    Jep, mach Sci-Fi. Ca 2044 aufm Mond
    Viel Glück noch mit der Hausaufgabe

    So some sketch stuff, had to work a lot in the past days, so no time to do something.

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    Hey Jung, legst ja echt nen üblen Zahn zu momentan! Cool!
    I really like your improvement and your constant hard work.
    Especially your digital stuff has improved a LOT!

    Sorry for the confusing stuff, but I changed my nickname, because Tasser is my real name and I don't wanted that one anymore in here.

    Cya!

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    @TRAP!: Thanks for the words, really appreciate that!

    Quick sketch for today.

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    I've been doing a lot of drawings for school. We hit crunch mode for awhile and that's all I had time to do it seems. As soon as the teacher gives my drawings back I'll get pictures and upload them. I got plenty in the sketchbook I need to upload as well.

    Helps us on our journey. Comments and critiques are welcome.

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    @SigonWulf: Upload it!

    Some stuff from the last days.

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    An environment I've been working on this evening.

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    Hey!
    There's a lot of stuff going on in this sketchbook, so it's hard to pin down what to critique on.
    That by itself I guess could be critiqued on. Since you need to work on your foundations, I'd suggest that you limit yourself to one subject for a while and work on that for like a week or two and then heading to something else. Cause I personally think that it's a whole lot better to work on one thing at the time because then you know where you're heading and it's easier to see your own progression.

    Like, one or two weeks you spend on anatomy. Going through the whole body.
    Then do a crazy load of figure drawing (you should actually do this as often as possible, I find it to be the best work out), then still lifes or value studies. Etc.. And then you repeat the cycle.

    But everyone's different. Personally I like this method a lot.

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