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    @freakmod, Thanks, appreciate the comments, Thanks for pointing the leg issue out, i'll try to make sure i flesh out more of the figures and not leave things hanging.
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    Great sketchbook, love the colored works! the figure studies are really cool as well!
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    I can see you've made a good deal of improvement in such a short time that you've have your sketchbook. You're new images paying attention to detail is really nice! My main crit is to re-evaluate your anatomy regarding your male figure's shoulders and arms. They sort of have that 'action figure' stiff look. Keep up the good work! Love the creature concepts.
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    @Kyokudai, Thanks I'll try to do more and actually update this, i do a bit of studing through out the week, just nothing worth posting.

    @OneOfTwo, Thanks, I'll try to do and post more. Yeah I'll have to post the references used when i post my life drawing studies, mite help with the feed back. I'll be more careful when i do them though, i limit the time so things may not be perfect, but practice none the less, they should get better. i'll make it a priority to get the gestures and anatomy as close to spot on before i go about shading. Thanks again.
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    @Kyokudai, Thanks I'll try to do more and actually update this, i do a bit of studing through out the week, just nothing worth posting.

    @OneOfTwo, Thanks, I'll try to do and post more. Yeah I'll have to post the references used when i post my life drawing studies, mite help with the feed back. I'll be more careful when i do them though, i limit the time so things may not be perfect, but practice none the less, they should get better. i'll make it a priority to get the gestures and anatomy as close to spot on before i go about shading. Thanks again.
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    nice work men, ilike the green person one ! u got good idea, and the pencil work great too
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    Nice design on that monster, and I rather like your hulk works.
    You have some nice studies going on here, but I would suggest pushing your values more, just to build more definition/ volume in your works. When using just the same similar tone in a drawing, it tends to make the image look flat. Pushing your values will make them pop more

    Keep up the good work
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    @Karein, Thanks, yeah i'll study more on light/form/values in the future.

    It's been awhile I figured I'd upload something. Even if it's a wip.

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    Damn dude! Is this new one from a ref shot?

    I have to say that you MUST color this lineart

    I may try my hand it because I need quality lineart to try painting on if you wouldn't mind. I wouldn't post it or anything just that I need to practice somewhere lol
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    @Matte_Art, The pose is ref, well about 35% of it is, I did my own thing when I felt like i knew where i wanted to go, more for inspiration and that's why it took so damn long to get rite (a lot of trial and error). The costume i had to look up of course and i took liberties there as well, the gun is all ref though i picked the shorter barreled gun cause it's small but menacing and looked cool. Tried to be as accurate as possible though and show a little emotion.

    Yeah Im starting to ink it in illustrator now probably won't get to the coloring till sometime this week or weekend, but sure by all means if you want you can use it for practice, if you want to post it go ahead, i'd personally like to see what you can do with it. Thanks for stopping by.
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    Just wanted to post the Illustrator Inks of the line art. Color Is next...
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    woo,i really appreciate your style, and attracts me a lot.
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    Hey, thanks for the comment in my sb.

    I like what you have so far, especially the sketches. Those are looking tight. There's not much I can crit on, seeing as you have a pretty good grasp of anatomy, so I can't tell you to go study. Just keep up the good work (and post more sketches!).
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