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    Thanks for visiting my SB and giving advice i will follow up on your advice.
    Great sketches you got. no advice from me but love to see more.

    My sketchbook


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    Whoow Man!
    Amazing Work !!
    You Are My Favorite Artist Today!!
    MY NEW SKETCHBOOK

    OLD SKETCHBOOK

    CUANDO EL HERMETISMO DEL SILENCIO SE ESCUCHA , CONFUSIÓN Y ORDEN PACTAN.

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    my head just exploded all over the wall.. wow man, your ball point pen rendering is superb.. love everything!
    Rook's Sketchbook

    Critiques and advice welcome!

    "Pick up that pencil and start changing your life..."

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    Beautiful figure drawings.
    Line work is amazing.

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    omg relly nice skeching her dude! awsom nice model drawings!
    realy nice kipp it coming=) sorry for the englich its going too get beter =)

    my sketchbook:http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=149972

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    Awesome studies man! and I love your technique using pencil.

    KEEP GOING!

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    awesone studies! great flow! thank you for the inspiration!

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    you are doin good man ilike your lines

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    a few new figures from the last week ..

    shorter things this week.. hope to get some longer works this coming week and some new oil paintings posted! keep drawing !!!!

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    Wow! These lifedrawings are how anyone wants to be able to do them^^

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    nice job man you make it look so easy...
    your strokes seem so purposeful, I hope to paint like that someday anyways
    thanks for sharing man, i love this thread

    -jedi

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    Hi Kevin,
    You have a nice consistency to your work and your progress so far. I can see the range in your education at AAU - clothed figure, head and hands, Zhaoming Wu and Henry Yan. You're exposure there will no doubt aid you in your path. When I was there I felt a bit confused from all the approaches and different types of figure drawing. I'm glad now that I have the background - I can push different aspects of the figure and use things from Clothed Figure, or Barbara's classes that were so unique to AAU. Glenn helped me focus and edit out to achieve a drawing that was styled well - and that was eventually mine, though I copied and copied a lot while I was there. The Riley method is taught, though it isn't adhered to. Each pose offers up a new challenge in how to solve it - like a puzzle.

    For me - I was able to gain quite a bit of skill level with Glenn because I had so much info already from people like Henry and Zhaoming. Glenn has the ability to make it VERY clear how to break down and simplify the figure using a number of blended methods. If you can spend the summer with him, you'll no doubt be able to make some major skill level jumps. Especially in constructing the head - which will affect your painting.

    Before I studied with Glenn I could not for the life of me paint the figure, and that was less than 2 years ago. If you can't draw it - you for sure can't paint it.

    While I was there I felt a real connection to the past and the lineage of figure drawing. Very humbling experience.


    Sorry for rambling on, hope this helps.

    Keep working hard

    -Hope
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    Your ballpoint drawings are inspiring man.

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    Glenn Orbik

    Glenn teaches 2 Tuesday classes back to back. I believe they're 2-5 & 7-10. If you enroll in 3 classes you get the 4th free (that's what they offered in 2007). Ryan Wurmser and Tony Pro teach painting on Wed or Thurs I think, the schedule may change. Always confirm the schedule! Stick with them and you'll do great. Mark Schwartz is great too, he studies with Glenn and teaches the Monday and Saturday class and workshop.

    -H

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    wow.nice works!

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