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    Armed with a sketchboook, pencil and a cup of coffee

    10/06/10-*Edit/update*(Like after 2 yrs later) Hello I'm a 19-year-old art major who just re-ignited my passion, ambition, and plans. So I hope(and will) to improve much before I hit 20. And this time I won't disappear as much ;D

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    Hey I guess I'll start posting here. Kinda nervous to show my stuff. I haven't been able to finish things lately. So here's some sketches, thumbnails, and WIPs.

    And thanks to jackpot_anjr90 at http://conceptart.org/forums/member.php?u=128221 for giving me confidence to actually post stuff. He has some cool stuff so check it out.

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    Here's this dude's little sister. Her monstrous hair is fun. I guess it's like a Venus fly trap. I'll color her soon.

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    Thumbnails on a theme called "Ancient warrior."

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    Face doodles...

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    That venus fly trap hair is a cool idea. Her face look very old for her apparent age, though. If she's a little kid, you might want to think about making her head a little bigger, and moving the eyes further down. Kids are born with incredibly huge heads for their body size, and they are almost all cranium too.

    Nice face studies. Are they from references? Photos, or life?

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    good work. keep it up.

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    The couple one is based on a reference. And the bottom one is based off of a real-life friend.

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    Nice stuff going on here! I like the style you have in that first post. My favorites would have to be the last two drawings though. My suggestion to you would be to do a ton of observational stuff and some anatomy before you get to comfortable with stylized drawing. Keep it up!

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    As jackpot mentioned just work your anatomy first and maybe some crazy dynamic poses Otherwise im really liking the venus fly trap hair and the ancient warrior poses look nice

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    ...I've been lazy with studies lately, so here are some doodles... besides drawing people I like

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    Touch up on something old. And I promise this weekend I'll do some anatomy studies.

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    Actually I lied... I forgot I did some studies in my sketchbook. They were referenced from posemanics. I think they took like 10ish-15mins each, can't remember.

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    Nice posemaniac poses! Anatomy studies will really enforce the figures you draw too. It's good to do the timed drawings on that website as well...they help a ton.
    By the way...you should definitely put a link to your sketchbook in your sig.

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