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  1. #391
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    Great Characters. Love the animal sketches too. Excellent sketchbook.

    Some of the poses for the animation can be pushed a bit more. Like the yawn, when I stretch I try and stretch my arms as far as they go so much so that there is even a bit of shake.
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    Your figures are so beautiful dang it. So much movement and just beautiful lines and form, the day I have that control over figures will be a good day. This sketchbook is just a joy, so much passion for art and exploration everywhere. Thank you

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    Your animations are so good and I just love your paintings and facial expressions!

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    Thanks Blindshot
    Whirly - good call on that. I always tone down my gestures in the clean up process- it's a horrible horrible habit >.<
    Thanks TFsean & Thlayli - you guys make my day


    In the mean time, I get lots of comments and questions on how dynamic my characters. I made up a couple little tutorial-things so I could show you guys the type of thing I try to emphasize in a sketch.
    I hope someone finds it helpful (sorry if I spelled everything wrong.)

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    Went pub sketching last night with some friends... they get progressively worse as time and beer went on.
    Also, some goblin explorations.

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    Hey lady - thanks for the sketchbook comment, much appreciated!

    I have to say I am absolutely loving your sb - your pages of cartoon and life sketches are just getting better and better - pretty drool-worthy if you ask me!! Subscribed - can't wait to see more!

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    cool updates, i like your red pensil

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    I can see where you come from just by looking at your sb. : )
    For the Walk Cycle, try to put some weight on the character. Otherwise very clean stuff!

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    Such wonderful and lively sketches!
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    YAY post 400

    Thanks Saramel
    Towy- that's actually red pen- but here's some red pencil stuff
    PontusEuxinus- Newfoundland or animation school? lol - good advice ^_^
    Thanks Meteor ^_^

    Here's some birds, and some doodles I did before I went to bed.

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    I seriously LOVE your cartoons!! It's marvelous how you modify forms and shapes while maintaining a personality within the lines and embedded it into emotions to build up the character! Keep em coming!

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    God, your work is fun to look at. You're inspiring me to do more imaginative things than I have been lately!

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    Your sketchbook is awesome, I like your dynamic comic style very much and your environment pictures are very inspiring!

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    That little tutorial about lines is pretty cool =) I knew some of the things or at least read about them, but never thought so much about the lines while drawing. Your notes make me realize that I should pay more attention to the topic!
    And as always I'm amazed by the life all of your characters have. I like the silhouettes of the warrior in post #380 a lot. the birds in #400 give your sketchbook a nice variety.

    Only thing, that you could try if you like, is to use more hard lines and edges. At least for some mean looking characters it would be cool if even the lines would be more harsh. I see that there's the approach to do that, but I think some more exaggeration is possible.

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    I love those birds, well done!
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