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    fantastic - just keep working out those figures. i didn't barely touch figures when i was in highschool - also start to practice line quality specifically. it'll make your strokes more confident. look up 'contour drawings' etc - cheers bro ))
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    A youngster's sketchbook. I really need to get myself down to barnes and nobles, or borders and pick up a copy of Hultgren's book.

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    A youngster's sketchbook. My dog Magic.
    A youngster's sketchbook.
    A Bridgman head.

    I'm gonna try updating this thing ever other day or so from now on. Also thanks for the crits, and tips so far guys.

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    A youngster's sketchbook. A squirrel that is in need of some major work. Man these little critters are complex. I need to study up on them!

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    Keep it up! You're getting into that age where you are easily distracted by a million other things in life. Make sure to always leave a little room for artwork, or you'll find yourself looking at this site one day thinking "I wonder how good I would be if I had kept drawing."

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    A youngster's sketchbook.
    Simplified, and blocked male torso.

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    Edgar Allen Poe portrait attempt. focused mainly on blocking the main features, no other geometric solds were used. Also it was mainly drawn so that I could practice drawing someone other than me. Oh also like I said I focused on blocking the features, not the clothing, so they are just there not really drawn though.
    A youngster's sketchbook.

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    A youngster's sketchbook.

    Life study of a bird I saw today. I got a few from the bus stop to upload as well.

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    A youngster's sketchbook. 1 years difference whoo boy! Incase you couldn't already tell the one on th left is from last year around this time or so, and the one on the right I drew just last night. Both are of me.

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    Hey! im glad there is some one else my age on CA, Nice work you are verry good at anatomy and facial makeup. I have just recently gone from working abstract to human form. I could proably learn from you because you are far better at this than me, check out my scetchbook and lend a pointer maby??

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    A youngster's sketchbook. Just some Bridgman inspired heads this time, drawn in charcoal, although I would've prefered a conte. I'm working on being less heavy handed.
    Oh and I dunno if this counts, but that pixelart in my avatar I made few months ago, if anyone's interested I can link you to my pixeljoint gallery aswell.
    Last edited by Marth; June 23rd, 2009 at 10:54 AM.

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    Playin with Charcoal, quite fun really. Also my scanner stretched this a bit and this took like 3hours, I like the results though.A youngster's sketchbook.

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    hey great work on the studies. good feel for the structure of the face. keep practicing, hehe wish I had studied like you are when I was younger... keep it up! oh and yay for e.a. poe!

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    Good work here, buddy! Keep studying and keep on drawing! Who knows, you could even get a freelance work within a year or so. Just believe in yourself! Go for it!
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