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    All this fussing and fighting man, - **21/6**

    You know I sure can't stay.
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    sketchbook stuff (I have so many half filled sketchbooks, I keep[ losing em and buying new ones haha)












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    more stekchbook stuff


    My first time ever using clay in this way (harldy ever use clay normally) so I am really pleased with the progress.- ignore the lump of clay only there to hold it in place.









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    Brigdman studies







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    I begun to move my stuff onto concept art not photobucket, but its a big task and I got hopelessly lost haha. So I shall just not use photobucket and more and upload direct to ca

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    some more for tonight- looked alot at hurdlers, was fun to do.
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    chris

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    droped to 4th page already! Update needed

    I feel like im going backwards recently, but soldiering on

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    Hi,

    Looks like you are making a nice effort to continue improving. Drawing is Really hard, and it takes time to learn but it seams like you are doing the right things. Keep posting here and you will get more comments. Keep drawing too, and give yourself time. People around here really appreciate seeing someone improve. Good Luck Chris.

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    hey bill thanks for the look in, I havent had the chance to upload any more work as college work is taking up alot of my time at the moment . Rest assured there will be an upload by tomorrow.
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    sorry didnt get chane to upload any stuff from yesterday- nothing major just some bits and bobs
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    I have been busy with college work so havent really had time upload (more importantly draw) but here is some.


    reason why there is no shading is becasue some will be watercoloured, I just havent decided which yet

    rest are life sketches







    I woke from a dream and drew this, I think I was laughing in my dream becasue my cheeks hurt


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    not really a picture post but just wondering is it worth investing in a moleskin, as I have seen many people use one, I use a goldline sketchbook which I love.
    Are there any advantages of a moleskin or is it just the name?

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    another for the ever increasing fire fuel pile.
    Meant to be someone famous fancy a guess who?
    There are problems with this one which I shall see to me thinks.
    I am thinking of putting ink on it and water colours.
    I really need to stop using just pencils.

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    quick going over- much better,
    and a quickly from a second ago


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    Some old ones which I have water coloured, I like them anyway.




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    If anybody is out thereworking on the image a couple posts up, i wanted to paint a background on the page behind the character not around

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    Can someone tell me how to change the thread thumbnail? I have tired but failed terribly.

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    I guess noone knows? heres the finished article if anyone is interested im not too pleased as I used too many colours, but learn from my mistakes I will.


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    some more pictures- im trying to draw at least once a day now, hopefully may see some improvement soon!





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    updated the girl on the last post, i was thinking of having kinda like vector colour coming from her mouth or just leave it red, what dose ca think?
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    you've got a TON of wicked studies here, which is something i totally fail at, but lemme just say what I wind up saying to pretty well everyone: try to get some fluidity. Really loosen up the line work so it comes out more relaxed, there is a lot of stiffness in the current posts and i'll bet you'll be happy with the results if you give it a whirl.

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    Hey Chris, thanks for stopping by my thread

    From the looks of it you've got a good start man. I second what mollymillions says in the previous post. Focusing on loosening up will help you out alot.

    The studies you have in here aren't bad at all, just keep at it and you'll definitely keep on seeing improvement!

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    I finished off the girl, i tried to loosen up- it didnt go so well.

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    Good to see some experimentation here! Looks like you're playing with a lot of different points of view and media. Always keep in mind that it's not the outline, but the volume and structure of your forms that will really set them off, so stay loose and draw through everything! On the right track mate, the future is getting brighter

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    Hey gang did these few before reading your comments. I need to work on letting my drawing become loser as I always go over/rub out correct etc.
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    more studies to come!

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