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    You're working really hard, I like seeing that It's very motivating too, I get all like "ARHGH I'M GOING TO BE AS INTENSE"

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    Hey zaorr-- thanks fer the visit!

    Really like those skeleton studies you were doing.

    I think Loomis' figures could easily defeat Hogarth's figures-- that scary bald eunuch doesn't have the testosterone levels necessary to contest Loomis' ideal man of the 1940s.

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    That's how i started, draw, draw, draw.

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    Thanks for stopping by in my sketchbook. Thought I'd come here and take a look, I'm really liking you studies...especially the funny bone ones. Nothing better than skeletons being weirdos xD.

    Keep it up.

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    NeonDuck:
    I hope so, most of these are done when I'm half asleep. With work I don't get much prime time but that's no excuse.

    GaussianRaider:
    Thanx man.

    Black Spot:
    Yah, Optical screwup from working on a flat desk. Noticed it after the uploads.

    Loathsome:
    You go Dude!! Glad to hear that I have that effect.

    Kamber Parrk:
    Yah.. I thin loomis had a over amped self image though. But I guess we all do.


    mike butkus:
    Thanx Dude.

    Nakhon:
    Thanx dude, I just love those expressive spurts, they keep reminding me that I need some more knowledge to go with it though.

    Smore short legs...

















    Starting some Prestoned Blair.





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    Better length in the leg department and good muscle tone. Try a still life and then do it from imagination.

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    Hurray for Hogarth studies. I like how you make simple studies of toys/animals and take the time to break it down in simple forms.

    Make a sketchbook happy, feed it a tip to improve!

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    Great studies here, I hope you'll post some more full bodies where youve applied what you learned in the anatomy studies. Keep at it!

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    Off on Vacation. Mwahahahaha!!!

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    Hi zaorr! Thanks for tagging my sb! Thought I'd pay yours a visit too.

    Wow!! It's inspiring to see your dedication...so many studies...you put me to shame. : (

    After page one I was going to suggest you allow yourself to have fun...but after looking through each page I see you know how to do that too.

    Love the painting on page 2...it'd be cool to see more of that.

    Please keep it all coming! Thanks again!


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    You're beginning to get some nice body form on those figures and it's showing in your cartoons. Keep it up.

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    I'm with Black Spot here - going from page 1 through this SB - you are really improving very well! - those bodies are looking good man!! Keep em coming!!!

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    Me first CHOW . Much too hurried and without any strategy.

    I learn't that keeping your lineart layer is possibly a good idea. Also did not work out anything in perspective.

    It's becoming obvious that, that is a required step, unless you are Mr Perspective.

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    Did another..

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    wow you're going crazy on the volume department, at this rate you'll definitely get better.

    Maybe I should up the anti ^_^

    Help a 16 year old kid out with some critique, my sketchbook
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    Very nice sb! Digging the workload. Keep it up!

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    Keep pushing those skills and studies!

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    On a roll...

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    Now very carefully click out of the lounge and into here. I want to see that you've been working hard.

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    very nice, can see you improving. Reminds me to do more studies. ( good warm-up i think!)

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    Good stuff here, man. I find the occasional humorous doodles very refreshing and wanting to see more from you. Your efforts look like they've taken you far. I'm especially impressed by your skeletons.

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    diggin your studies man! You are really dedicated to your studies keep it up!

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    Thanx everyone for the encouragement.

    You are all awesome!!

    Did my first COW today.

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    OK, Time for the neglected junk upload.


















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    Shower time NLP:

    Manic Troll Cure

    Sore loser -> Loser --> Winner
    The statement evokes certain internal sensations.
    Assertion
    Responsibillity
    Community
    Involvement
    Work

    Meta Programs:

    Social inclusion <-> Social exclusion
    friends <-> Enemies

    Problematic strategies:

    Presupposing exclusion because of negative expressions/disagreement/disapproval
    Pressuposing exclusion in social interactions because of habit or standard solo/alien attitude
    Presupposing exclusion because of logical structuring like opponents/competition.
    Pressuposing exclusion because of solo star self image projection.
    Analogue habits of communication where communication even if friendly ends with a rejecting or closing off signal(Not friends), where bieng alone singled have become a comfort zone. Verry often an uncomfortable state is experienced but the person have no understanding on what has occurred.
    Starting out excluded, fighting for acceptance instead of involving oneself constructively, to be a part.

    Advancements/Alternatives:

    Practice directionalised expression inside inclusivity.
    Disagreement inside inclusive social energy
    Opposition inside of inclusive social spirit.
    Criticism inside inclusive constructive spirit.

    Meditate/Conemplate ideas on:
    Stealling the Prize vs Earning it
    False confidence and Delusion.
    Being too high off the ground vs being put on a petestal.
    Your motivational strategies, Is delusions that people might be admiring you good motivational strategies for being motivated?
    Is delusions that people are rejecting you good motivational strategies for keeping you motivated after losses?
    What strategies do you have that could be better. Could clear focussed goals gains be more helpfull?


    External sources of exclusion alienation:
    Playground Winner bullies being interpreted in exclusion, threatening nature have been interpreted as rejection. Social bullies might have been testing and operating in inclusion.
    Look for example's in the social psychological games of situation that could have created uneccecary excluding/alienated condittioning and how these could have been faught off with an inclusive mindset.

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