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    thank you very much, AlexTooth! i think i have given up on the spear-pic, hahah. ;D

    heres some character design stuff, a self portrait from mirror and a portrait from photo!
    crits pls!

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    jvlar, jag hinner inte med i alla uppdateringar. Verkar iofs inte ha varit hr p en mnad men fortfarande!
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    I love your bird value painting. It's nice to see your busy from the get go. I'm just started on here. It's addictive isn't it?

    I also love your portraits. I think your self portrait could do with a higher contrast in values. Kind of like the one from the photo and maybe some different types of line in your rendering. Maybe some loose but smaller squiggly ones in their might loosen up the hair line?

    Hey your work is better than mine so who am I to say!

    The girl robot has some similar hooky features to a silhouette character design I did last week at work during lunch. I'll post it up tomorrow.

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    Oh my some wicked stuff in here, wish i came here earlier, stars from ICE!

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    Really nice portraits! You make them look easy ... hardest thing in the world, well as far as i'm concerned anyway. Good job!

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    I like the self p and portrait studies! Maybe more values and contrast though? Overall, good work

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    O hell yea!
    I love the character design stuffs. The lil cyborg thumbnails kick ass. Although on behalf of the rest of your gender, I'd like to extend a very stern look of disapproval over not choosing one with boobies to detail further

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    The portraits are very nice. Also love the design sense in the robot designs. The bow dude's arms seem a bit short in the final render - the proportion of the middle thumbnail on that page looks more right. Keep up the good work!

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    Love your studies man, but the concept art and stuff from your head feels kinda bland.

    (Wish I could tell you more in depth what I dont like about it instead of just dissing, but im not able to give you any advice at my current level.)

    Keep going duder!

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    Awesome works

    really inspirational stuff

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    I really like the last portraits, lots of personality

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    Interesting Gallery dude!

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    Ive just started a new sketchbook for 2010 crits would be most appreciated!

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    thank you all so much! i really appreciate the comments and input!

    some moar stuff!
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    from ref:


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    happy 2010 dood, wanna be inside u holmes!! this has to be one of my favorites done by u, i love the whole motion, mood, colors, comp in it, moar like this prease!!

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    Tja dude! Awesome stuff! Growing large 1010.

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    That portrait is beautiful. You really know how to play with values. Did you learn how to draw portraits just by practice or were there any particularly good tutorials or book that helped?

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    hey man!

    great start for 2010! the photo study look better and better, and you def seem to be getting tons out of them, that's something i'm really missing :/
    you have a cool sense of shapes, patterns and graphics going on, but it seems to lie on a flat base.You could give more solidity in your characters (maybe) by working more on the construction, right after choosing your thumbnail, putting it in a low opac level and drawing the form and structure on a separate level, otherwise you risk just polishing the flat (silhouette) thumbnail drawings.

    go go go and best wishes!

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    Man, this last SP makes you look like a young James Dean..

    Great light there too Love the personal pieces

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    good portraits and face studies , you might want to do some diversity in shapes , otherwise you could fall in the trap of the same features on all the characters

    cheers

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    You're improving like crazy. Your sense of depth and form is great. Also, if your SP is accurate (and judging from the other portraits, it is), you're a cutie - not the point, I know. Still :p
    TheGnoll's advice is very sound and I agree with it.
    Keep it up, you're doing great!

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    hrlig stil! sista portrtt p james dean r riktigt fint ocks. bra knsla fr form och frg i mnga av dina verk...! keep it up man = )

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    S mnga skna ider

    I also like the expressive lines and the general playfulness of it all, keep it up!

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    Snootchy: thank you broski!

    B: dito! 1010 fo shizl! :]

    Jason: thanks man! mostly practice, and Bridgmans books. and critique and input from fellow artists!

    Gnoll: holy crap. spot on advice, mate. really appreciate it! i really should try to get more volume and construction in to my concepts. thank you!

    Quike: hahah, i wish i looked like that! sorry, no self portrait, its a study from a photo of a young James dean. :]
    thanks though!

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    good stuff in here, and a good start to 2010!
    I like your stuff from the mind, they seem better than the practice stuff from ref
    But that's probably because you don't like doing those as much?
    Also, what theGnoll says: I fully agree, and steal this advice while I'm at it.

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    Studies are looking awesome!

    Wish I had some input haha
    keep up

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    En del delikata bilder hr m jag saga.
    Lots of great ideas. Those bald fleshy guys look cool. I have noticed that you tend to give characters long legs. This can be a stylistic choice but it seems awkward here because their arms look short.

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    Wooo.. Michael Caine playing sherlock holmes? Really nice one

    As usual, I really like your personal pieces

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    You seem to get the values very well. The studies from pictures look very good.

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    thanks so much guys! mucho appreciated!

    a study from a movie still. you should be able to guess which film! :]


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