Hey dude, I love the studies.
The full color person concepts do need some work. Might want to add some more contrast or try & make them rounder to make them really pop from the page. Your black figures already have that appeal.
Don't be afraid to exagerrate with your white here & there :-)
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Really cool stuff and nice figures, keep sharing
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man ur good, i think my favorite would be the portrait of the blond girl in the blue shirt. its looks sweet
you could try to use more coloured hues for shadows than only black, now it makes your digital look like little dirty, more directional light source could also make it more 3 dimensional
othervicde looking good, ireally liked your sketches
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I really enjoyed your SB mate. Can't wait to see more so keep em coming or else!
nice stuff sam, you have some color problems there , i see , but you can fix that by doing some color studies of ... tings ... as for the back ground , in some of your stuff , kinda ruins the whole thing , you should do some environment sketches , or find something that wont come into conflict with the character that you are portraying , cheers
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The last update is fantastic. Your figure work is very solid =) (wish I could draw guys as well as you do!) You ought to post more environments. The one I saw from you back in your first posts is just gorgeous, and I really want to see more now, haha.
Please keep updating!
hey bro~！saw your works on huoshen.net before,great design ! I'm studing the basic too so let's keep it up! and good luck for the job hunting!
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