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    DAILY well dressed gals; illustrations galore

    so here's another sketchbook among the masses. i'm an illustration student in brooklyn and i'm gonna be dumping fashionable drawings here from now on.
    critique the hell out of me, be an asshole, please! thanks
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    1; inking from editorial photo
    2; sketch for Comme Des Garcon illustration (http://www.style.com/fashionshows/re...9RTW-CMMEGRNS/)
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    *critiques the hell out of you*

    Some really cool stuff. Nothing that my untrained eyes can pick out that looks in deficit in some form. Though, the girls arms and legs look a bit too stylized for my taste (in the inked one).

    Definitely subscribing.
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    meissner - agree about the arms, could have given a bit more definition, thanks for your thoughts.

    1; portrait of Yves Saint Laurent
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    Damn, I love your hatching
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    1; start of sketch, dress by Wunderkind, a little wonky, needs some fix ups
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    elaborations on the previous drawings..
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    Started another book i see?
    Beautiful stuff thus far, my crit is that the most recent girl you posted is all face and no skull. You need too extend the appearance of the back of her cranium, which im having trouble thinking of any simple solution for. edit: maybe play with the extension of the jaw line from the outer contour of the face? That's tricky because the face itself is in proportion, and the body/neck is in proportion to itself more or less, but the two disagree slightly... give her big hair maybe?
    (I've probably read it somewhere but dont remember, do you go to pratt?)

    Good to see you posting again!
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    Try get some nicer lines in there. Instead of using 5 or 6 little lines use one long flowing one. It will look nicer, and will likely make it a bit more stylistic for you.
    Nice stuff, keep it up.
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    My god man! That first one in post two gave me friggin wowzers in my trousers!

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    rarebit - thanks for the thoughts on the drawing, i see what you mean about the lack of skull, i'll try to go back in and fix it up a bit. yea i go to pratt, here in frigid brooklyn!

    fraz - thats a good suggestion, thanks!

    mischevious - thanks!

    1; mock Chloe ad, done in ink then colored on the computer
    2; older inking
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    Awesome shit mate, great pencil rendering.
    Nicccccce style you have going here!

    looking forward too seeing more,

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    thanks!

    didn't do an art today, but heres and older peice.
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