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    @Ambient Chroma: Thanks buddy! Will upload more animu manga stuff in the future. xD
    @miycko: Guess my eyes got too used to the overall proportion. Thanks for pointing that out!
    @Emrey: Thanks!
    @Chupacabra: Bridgman works is great stuff but I still find it overwhelming when trying to understand some of his sketches. Will definitely use it religiously.
    @jatherip: I need to work on my anatomy and pose. Felt like a cancer stuck on me. Thanks for the feedback!
    @Nadesican: Haha yeah my imagination stuff is not that polish (just like you mention). Will follow your suggestions.
    @PigeonKill: Thanks!
    @T.a.i.v.i.s: Thanks for the crits. I need to try to slowdown when drawing lines. Bad habit of me to scribble randomly.
    @Dile: Good crits Dile! I realised that I need to brush up my colour theory knowledge. I will definitely apply what I learn those anatomy studies in future sketches and work. Now I need to do some long studies as I've been doing quick stuff lately. Thanks again.
    @a la bapsi: Yeaaaaaaaaah girl! :'D

    Crap my internship at Sony left me exhausted and screw up my body clock real bad. Only free time I get is during weekends and there is some unfinished sketches I left at the office which I still haven't copy to my flash drive.

    So far even though the internship is for art students, I felt like it is supposed to be called as internship for office boy/girl students... @.@ Not sure if I want to quit after I get my 1st month paycheck as I rarely do any art assignments.

    Here's two speedies which I did last weekend.

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    See me MIA starting tomorrow. D:
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    the speedies are great, love the first one about that internship. i wouldn't have a clue what it's like but maybe give it another month before quiting & if that doen't do it for you, SPLIT
    DRAW UNTILL IT HURTS
    AND THEN DRAW SOME MORE

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    very nice stuff , absolutely love the battle line scene , i suggest going forward with that ... anatomy on the other hand , need lot's more work , do some loose sketches cuz your poses look rather stiff , and wold be good for the flow , try to do as many as you can in couple of minutes, usually that's how i loosen up my wrists before i start drawing ^^
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    nice stuff, really good evolution in some months with your speed painting i think
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    @Miycko: Yeah that's what I'm planning to do. Give it one more month then I might quit if the situation warrants. :/
    @Giorge: Thanks for the suggestions. Will be doing dozens of loose pose sketches next time as warmup.

    Another hour before office ends. Quick sketch during lunch break.

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    the colour choices in your speed paints are great
    DRAW UNTILL IT HURTS
    AND THEN DRAW SOME MORE

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    love your work it, you environments are getting really good. In the mastercheif painting he has no groin/waste area.
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    @Miycko: Thanks! I really need to brush up my colour theory. Once goal at a time.
    @Krato: Yeah you're right. From the waist to the leg it looks all wrong to me. o_O I will get back to fix it this weekend.

    Warmup sketch before office hour start:

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    try not to get sucked into the trap of looking at concept art to inspire your concept art. dig back through art history and find artists who's work can push your style. especially in regards to landscapes, environments and illustration. i see a lot of paintings that look a lot like what i do when i've been browsing concept art too exclusively. check out some of the more popular russian landscape guys, especially. oh, and paint them from life. no other way to really get a feel for how light interacts with the world than to observe it!

    impressive amount of progress around here. keep doing what you're doing!
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    hehe, nice warmup very interesting
    DRAW UNTILL IT HURTS
    AND THEN DRAW SOME MORE

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    Haha , hope that works for you to , we all have our different methods of approaching a drawing/painting doing otherwise will only slow the process down , maybe even affect it in a bad way. take care
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    Woops been occupied with some assignments at Sony and didn't get to sketch that much. Will reply individually later.

    Been experementing stuff lately that is vomiting out from my head without looking at any references. Some crap out of such stuff but is fun when you try to hunt for a similar looking ref and you notice how much error in the drawing. x___X

    First is my take on Guybrush from Monkey Island series:
    Huey's Sketchbook - 10 July Update

    Trying to practice Zhanglu painting method from his workshop video:
    Huey's Sketchbook - 10 July Update

    Wanted to try a low angle shot with a dose of Minority Report influence:
    Huey's Sketchbook - 10 July Update

    Need to prepare to go to work. The public transport is a wreck in Kuala Lumpur.
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    amazing sketchbook! i love how you render your subjects, and both of your styles. (your serious one and your more anime-esque one!)
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