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    hey there!
    awesome sketchboook!
    I like your environment thumbnails, I think you should take one and turn it into a painting.
    and I absolutely love the cartoons, they're so good! the lines and movement, really well done.
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    TomDeVis - I don't know if I should discourage that behavior.... for me school was always put aside to draw and my teachers and parents always discouraged me. Eventually I went to a school where all we did was draw and it became my job.
    Funny thing is, now my nephew and niece love to draw (so not my fault.....) My sister doesn't discourage them one bit . score 1 point for us!

    shambok - Thanks I'm glad I'm doing something right.

    RBeek - I live by that! The subway is the best place to find all kinds of people. You get everyone from 3 piece suits to sketchy hobos, hipsters, fashonistas, slovenly fat folks and here in Toronto, every ethnicity and ethnic combo you can name. - I love it. It's like sketch book candy!

    dracken- Thanks . I don't have a story to go with that...

    Voodoo_Mama - Thanks for all that - I havn't done a real background painting since background painting class.... sounds like a challenge. I'll put it on the todo list

    onto the update - I've been lax on posting because I went and got myself married last weekend
    All back to normal now though so here's a sketch dump done with my trusty bic . I should get some more finishedy typed things up now that I'm not busy with wedding things.
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    Your pencil sketches got great lines.
    Very smooth

    Try to do some still lifes too.
    They help everybody so much.
    I think a lot of people are understimating them.

    Anyways, keep going!
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    Those little animal sketches are amazing!
    I like your style and I think your cartoony work would really benefit from some more anatomy studies!
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    thanks Valoo and ElPollo so many studies - so little time >.<
    I think I avoid still lifes because at work I draw bazillions of props. Guns, paint cans, cutlery, food, more food... so much food.... by the end of the day all I want to do are goofy faces lol. I'll have to get over that.

    Anyways here's a little change of pace, not much but subway sketches lately, a rough sketch of a background. - Clean up and painting are in the to-do pile.
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    Awesome updates! So much life and flow in the drawings. Keep posting! Really useful to see how you draw from life with your own style.
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    thanks for commenting on my SB,
    you have some great progress here, there are some really nice digital pieces on page 5 and your characters are full of emotion, good job!
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    Thanks Mitchoo and Joe

    Here's today's update- some character doodles and an onion... cuz everybody likes onions.
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    Never thought I'd be saying "nice onion" but hey, first time for everything.

    The characters look interesting, like the bloke with the headphones, he had a good slouch, but the guy on the far right seems off balance, his shoulders look a bit wonky to me.
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    As always your SB is a great source of inspiration. Awesome amount of work and I love your clean, strong lines so much.

    It's also great to see some life studies (I assume the onion is a life study)

    No critique or advice, just keep up the good work
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    That looks like one tasty onion! I made some studies on your doodles on my sketchbook, hope you don't mind!
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    good call on the shoulders Caspia, I tried to even them out on the clean up.

    Thanks Dracken the Onion is a life/ photo combo, the leafy squiggle bits are from photo reference, the over all textures are from life. - what ever gets the job done right?

    Wow Mitchoo that made my day! I don't think I've ever been used as a study before

    Here's the clean up for my line up... I still think it needs more style and my hands need major work! The to-do list is looking scary
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    great style rhubix i love these cartoony characters

    no 2 n 4 are prolly my favs and 1 is very cool to .. yes! definatly a great job!

    Keep it up!
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