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    Wheeey!

    I have been away but have returned with some sketches a finished viking pic and a deathwing wip.

    rawr


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    Dude, I love the creativity you've got goin in here. And I especially love your movie reference digitals, they look great

    Is that dragon in the above post Deathwing? cause he looks badass so far

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    yo

    Thanks Forrest_I, had a look at some of your stuff, impressive for 16 years of age, keep it up man.

    Update - some sketches, a hulk wip and a deathwing wip

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    Not bad. Try loose your moves and strokes. And keep practicing anatomy. You have some interesting ideas, so keep going.

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    Some really nice work here!
    Like Grassy suggested, loosening up your pencilwork would give you some nice results. Play with lines and shapes, try to find more confidence in it. Also are those Bridgman studies I see, if so keep doing them, there's some sweet stuff in his books.
    Keep it up!

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    oh man that dragon is lookin pretty sick!
    Sketchbook

    my subconscious does not stop begging my conscious to draw.
    hmm does that mean im a slave to my subconscious?
    at least it doesnt beg for crack. ha.

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    wats up doc?

    Got some more to post.

    Grassy - thanks man, got some studies done tried to loosen strokes a little.
    Rotor - cheers for the advice dude, some bridgeman below
    mrd33ds - thanks man, got the finished pic up.

    Some sketches and a couple more steps in the Deathwing wip and the finished pic.

    peace

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