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    great! nice study, the white line are many interesting. Keep up posting!

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    omg 4 replies!

    @ Kristo Novo: thanks for the reply - charcoal poses sounds fun, i think ill try that. As for the environments, ill do some later today or tomorrow.

    @ Dilated: Yea i haven't drawn any females - i had not noticed that at all * note to self: start drawing the female figure *

    @ Leon Roé: Thanks

    @ Felipe: thank you, i will.

    Ok ... i haven't updated for a while, been busy doing non-art things (shame on me!) So all i can show you are some poses, brigdeman, and then my very first real color study - i figure it is about time i start getting more comfortable with colors.

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    some charcoal poses, two pages of storyboarding from the movie "National Treasure", ... and my high school graduation cap as a drapery exercise.

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    well... i wont be able to do art for the next couple of days

    ok enough emo -- here's any update

    - poses
    - really crappy hands
    - character (semi-reference)
    - Some speedpaintings from the movie "National Treasure"

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    hey! how are you Emil, thanks for your comment! Yeah I have a lot of mistakes hehe, I`ll consider what you say You were the first that wrote in my space hahaha... And excuse my english.. Good look with your sketchbook. See you!

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    Nice work fumble! So you know Braintree too? He as a nice SB as well.

    Your rembrant study is amazing - that would take me like 1 week to complete let alone one day.

    I am very excited for you dude because I can tell you're going to be very very good! Keep up the hard work.

    And keep doing those posemaniacs until they become easy!

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    Ih, thank you by reply in my sb, i will go to search some things to study.. study, study, study...is the way, hehe!

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    RedWarrior: Hey, thanks, no problem.

    AlexTooth: Thank you. And yes i know Braintree, he is my brother 8).
    and thanks for the kind words on the Rembrandt i also hope that i will become good one day - but right now it seen that it is a looooong way coming. Oh well just got to study study study.

    Felipe's: Yes, study study study

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    Ok ill try not to sound like an emo here ......

    I haven't update my sketchbook for a while (8 days ), i have been sick and i have only been able to do a few scribbles with pencil and then some color studies from the movie "The Incredible Hulk". damn being sick is just a waste of time .... i had almost made it though winter without getting sick and then, a few days from spring, i get my first cold... damn ... well just got to work harder to catch up

    Here's a batch:
    p.s: the last hulk-study is still W.I.P

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    hey! haha ya, i got sick too this week
    I really like the dedication you have, and its stuff like that what makes you great you don't like the loomis heads? i think loomis is great with the heads. You should try to apply the loomis method with famous people heads. Then you'll see how simple heads are, but remember, nothings comes easy, it takes much practice! I think you're on the right way, i'll come back from time to time to check your progression!

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    You have talent .You got to keep up with the general studies, including anatomy and such.Just keep up drawing and painting anyway.
    I am sure your improvement will make big steps in small time.
    See ya and thnx for stopping by my sketchbook

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    That mmaphotography.com site is nice reference, I be sure to check that out. I like your Rembrandt study, great value and likeness.

    Make a sketchbook happy, feed it a tip to improve!

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    Frank Gressie: yea being sick sucks .
    Well yes i think that loomies is great with heads too, but the head that i copied didn't really teach me anything new. As you say i could try to use the same techniques as loomies, and them draw something totally new, instead of just copying them. ill try that.
    You are welcome back anytime

    kingkostas: Thanks ill continue with the studies

    Pigeonkill: yea mmaphotography.com is a great reference-site for muscles with skin on top , and anatomy in general.
    Thanks for the kind words on the Rembrandt

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    today's update ---> hands.... LOTS OF HANDS
    (a little quiz-question: am i left or right-handed?? )

    and some poses and the "finished" color study from my last post

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    Wow Fumble, you've been busy, that's cool to see . Nice hands, tackle the problems you encounter when drawing those poses. Also, try to get some "sharpness" in the movie shots .

    Anyway, just some tips, just keep going!

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    Impressive amount of hand sketches and nice work on those Incredible Hulk pieces.

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    Lyno: Thanks for the reply . I have tried to make my next hulkstudies more "sharp", but it didn't go too well (the last one literally sucks).

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    Todays update:

    - warm-up poses
    - doodles
    - hulkstudies (i really dont like the last one ... )
    - onionstudy

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    just a small update this time.

    Some poses. Heads from imagination, some from ref.

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    Hey nice sketchbook you have here buddy. Looks like you have drive and desire, keep it up.
    I really like your Hulk studies and the series of hands.

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    @ Bri Bri: Hey thanks, i will

    Todays update:

    - MMA study (i think this one turned out pretty well)
    - Bridgeman anatomy study
    - Digital anatomy study
    - Random face from imagination

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    Wow, your dedication is inspiring!

    Keep rocking it.

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    Oh yeah!
    Great to see you're doing bridgman studies, His stuff is great! Nice handstudies too!
    A tip when doing posemaniacs.. I don't know how many seconds you're working with, but when drawing the character - start with torso and hips and connect them with a line acting as spine, it'll make it a lot easier to lay the rest of the lines that way.
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    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1239353394

    For this image I was wondering when you paint from grayscale to colored flesh tones. Do you use "colorize option" or do you just start adding color on top of the gray. Whenever I do that it' get's all muddy for me.

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    @ DeeLock: wow you find it inspiring?! well thank you
    I will keep rocking then

    @ DefiledVisions: yea bridgeman rule !
    As for the posemaniacs; I usually start with the head and then try to build the figure downwards. and most of the time it is 45 sec poses. But starting with the torso and pelvis sounds like a good idea. Ill use that technique on my next poses.

    @ Pigeonkill: Yes i began with the "colorize option" and found a warm pinkish color, and used that as a base. I then made a new layer and in the blending modes drop-down list i chose "color". I then painted in some redness on the face and neck and some yellowish on the arms/torso.
    (It was actually my brother (BrainTree) that told me that i could do it that way )


    Todays update:

    - poses
    - bridgeman
    - Some drawings of people from reference
    - A lifepainting from my room. Got bored with it so it is not finished

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    Hi Fumble, great . That's life drawing looks like fun. Keep doing those. A thing I could suggest is that you could start doing some face studies too.

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    Looking good.

    The progress you've made since post one is rather substantial. Just look at those heads in post one. Some of them have hardly any structure at all and are practically melting! And then look at some more recent ones, particulary those in post #20. Just look! The progress you've made is inspirational for my own little sketchbook. Keep up the regular posting, this stuff is getting good. Have a pat on the ass for it.

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    @ Lyno: yes i feel that i learn a lot when doing lifedrawing . As for the face-studying i focused a lot on faces on my first two pages here in my sketchbook, but i kept hitting a wall that i couldn't get over, so i started focusing on other things. So yes i really should get back to studying the head.

    @ Ekonk: Thank you thank you thank you !!

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    Today's update:

    - doodels
    -poses (where i tried to start with the torso and pelvis as DefiledVisions suggested)
    - Airplane speedy
    - Head from (semi) imagination

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    Update

    - poses
    - Anatomy study (i was very much inspired by Colepoopface's way of doing studies)
    - A crappy speedy

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    Yo bro! Nice poopface studies. Here's a nice hat to keep you company

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    Awesome sketchbook man. I love the value range you have going in your images, and teh many studies. Also these movie-stills are really good exercises, nice to see them coming along so good.

    Cheers

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    @ Braintree : .......... poop

    @ Janos: Thanks! - yes i really like doing moviestills, more will come

    @ Imaginary: Thanks m8

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    Drawings and digitals from today:

    - poses for warmup
    - Some clothed figure sketches from reference
    - Skintone exercise
    - Faces
    - Speedy of a scene from Spiderman 3

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