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    Insane week at the university ... huge workload. Binary trees, mergesort, bigo etc etc.

    @Walid D: Hope so too! just so much other stuff i'd like to draw aswell
    @Rotor: Thanks and your welcome I'll will definately pick up the concept again in a while when my skills have evolved. I did a bear warrior ½ year ago, so maybe in another half year i'll do another one.
    @Incinerated: Yup im a dane! og takker
    @Lyno: guilty as charged, your honor i squeezed the legs Glad you can see i thought more about the lines, i really did.
    @Ookchk: My goal is to end up with an insane line quality like jana or someone like that. long way to go, but im getting there, one mistake at a time Thanks for stopping by!

    Todays batch:
    2 head studies
    Notes from poses lecture
    KChen hand study
    KChen feet study
    feet from life (my foot! - DAMN i hate feet)
    Storyboard for "Appaloosa"
    2 color studies from "Valkyrie"
    Self portrait


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    Hey mate really nice studies,and i like very much the fact that you keep notes,and detailed ones .
    Keep working hard!!!

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    Hi man!

    Great paintings from movies! I like to see more from you.

    all the best,
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    Beautiful work, dude! Love the studies! Keep it up!

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    @kingkostas: I'll keep it up!
    @mariusz: More is sure to come Thanks for stopping by.
    @sketcheth: Thanks! I'll keep it up

    Todays update:
    - Life drawing stuff. Yes my lines still suck.
    - Face studies
    - Self portrait
    - Stoph's face. Great expressions
    - Foot studies (think it's kchen or Hraily )
    - Pirate of the Carribean storyboard
    - Nazi officer (semi imagination)
    - KEVIN WUESTE study. That guy ROCKS!

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    Du er virkelig produktiv, den sidste update er fantastisk.
    der er knap så mange croquis sessions i Århus, som på svensker øen, desværre . Men det er selvfølgelig et kig vær.
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    the Appaloosa ones are awesome. great values! keep the studies up!

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    Great work in here! I really like the last page of figure studies in your most recent post. Keep up the good work!

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    @Incinerated: Helt sikkert et kig vær!
    @Flaskpost: Thanks
    @dierat: really like kevin wueste aswell, that guy is awesome.

    life drawing stuff. two steps backwards.

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    Great studies. Kevin Chen is amazing. I learned an incredible amount in his class. Stuff that will NEVER leave me.
    Kev Wueste does have some beautiful figures.
    Feet seem annoying at first until you get the proportions of them. If you think of it as a wedge, much easier to cut into it to shape into a foot. If you have access to K. Chen's demo's there should be notes attached to the drawings. Check those out. There is much in his simple explanations.

    To answer your question, I use charcoal pencils that I sharpen to a point. I practice on smooth newsprint. Charcoal allows you to paint with the pencil because the media is darker, flatter & ,I think, softer than graphite. Thanks for visiting my SB. Keep on drawing.
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    Awesome work, great figure practice; I should do more of those...

    Thanks for posting in my SB!

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    Cool man, did you already try to draw on bigger paper then A4, you'll really have the chance to let your lines flow . You should try it .

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    @AztcFireFlower: Thanks! i'll check out kchens demo's about feet asap and thanks for letting me in on what materials your using, much appreciated
    @drd: Thanks! and your welcome!
    @Lyno: I work on paper that is high like A4 and wide as A4 is high (if you know what i mean ...). Instead of squeezing in 3 figures on a page, i'll try and do the longer poses on one piece of paper each. Thanks for pointing this out! definitely going to try this out at life drawing tomorrow

    Batch:
    - Kevin Wueste studies
    - Bridgeman
    - character
    - ilja repin study
    - Nancy Guzik- Erica Study
    - Nazi officer character (inspired by tf2 concept art)

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    That Nazi officer character is just great man, strong pose, nice colours, sharp edges(love those ) face is looking great too, I would scale his eye a little more though .

    Cool .

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    I have no idea why I wasn't subscribed to your sb before... Anyway, you've got a lot of great sketches and studies here. Keep it up!
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