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    I looked through all of your sketchbook and wow You've got a really nice style. And I see you constantly improving throughout!


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    teddybearbones : where's your sketchbook lady friend? Stop being all right and smart and stuff
    MrMagic: Thanks

    Here's today's experiments: some supermodel clothes practicing stuff...

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    wow. a ton of great stuff here. I love your toon figures and gesture drawings, as well as your environments. Really professional looking with tons of character.

    The catwalk type drawings have a great feeling of volume and weight to them as well

    can't wait to see more!

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    Absolutely love your last update, esp the girl in the middle - the folds and details in her clothing looks really realistic. Keep it up

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    Wow, some amazing work and improvement here. I love your cartooning style! Your runway models - I don't know which I like best. The folds on the left shirt are ace.

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    I love the dynamic of your lines! You really know how to draw lively characters

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    max_dunbar, saltfox, seili, Valyavande: Thanks for all the positive responses . I'm really glad the fashion sketches are a hit. I had lots of fun doing them and ended up doing a few more this evening.
    Fabric is a fun anomaly- and runway fashion is just strange... almost alien sometimes...
    So here's tonight's stuff.

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    Some randomness for today.
    more enviro-struggle and a quicky cartoon about mixing caffeine with other medications ...

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    Not much for today, watched alien and aliens though, some sci-fi stuff tomorrow perhaps...

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    Fantastic drawings! So full of life and character.

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    ooo post 100 Thanks Icreate!
    Here's more envoro-suffering for the day.

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    sketching stuffs.

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    something new, working on compositions and stuff. first lot from reference second lot from imagination.

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    Today's contribution. Been circling the frustration drain lately, trying to figure out how to move up a step. Resorted to scores of thumbnails and pretty colors.

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    Some pencil and pen sketching.
    A bunch of these are from a game of munchkin sketch- We flipped through the cards and drew what ever monster cards came up - some of them are pretty special....

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    you've got some amazing characteristics over there! I've been looking at all your drawings and they kept amazing me !
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    Thanks TomDeVis

    Been a few days, here's some fodder.

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    books on tape and sketches

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    Hey Rhubix. Great sb. Love the animal studies and that femme fatale eye is awesome! She must be a right villain!

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    One of the horses is missing a leg.

    Thanks for posting your sketches. I think I learned a thing or two from them.

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    Wow, I love all of the value in these sketches. Great variety too!

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    Thanks for the comments , a leg or two gets lost every now and again. - can't win em all!
    Here's a slue of perspective studies- my biggest weakness *Ominous music*

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    more perspective suffering

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    Still alive, here's a sampler plate of things I've been muddling around with to prove it!

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    Perspective is your biggest weakness? Doesn't look so, those environments are awesome!
    Really really like 'em.

    I so envy how freely and with such liveliness you can draw faces. I'm forced to draw faceless bodies, couldn't draw a decent face even if it killed me.

    Anywho! Keep on rocking!

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    Tons of cool stuff in this thread. Those fashion model sketches were great, and your cartoon faces are really nice too.
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    MrMagic: THanks! Perspective is my weakness because I have no natural sense of it. I have to be methodically aware of where my lines are going or they go any which way they want to! Faces are my favorite and the opposite of perspective studies for me, I can turn off my brain, listen to audio books and carve out faces without thinking too much. Maybe because I drew disembodied heads for sooo long. Now the rest of everything has to catch up.
    I recommend Never skipping faces. they'll just come bite you later.

    Benjy - thanks! they were fun to do

    Been working on a big portrait project for a while now so not much in the way of entertainment. I did get a chance to play with my mountain town again though... we'll work on it.

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    I do believe I see improvement in perspective and backgrounds just keep going.

    I love the faces, when can we expect a new inspirational update

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    Really nice SB. You did a great job on the two faces, they almost look alike. I also like the animals you drew, even though they are sketches they look great the way they are already ^^

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    wow your sketckbook is amazing
    defenitely gonna stop by once in a while
    keep up the good work !!!

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