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  1. #76
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    Hey dude you got some nice stuff going on in here :o
    I really dig the env's you make..
    The faces and anatomy could use some work.. but all in good time right
    Keep the fun in what you do and u'll be fine!

    Good luck


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  4. #77
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    hey, thanks for visiting my sketchbook AGAIN!
    Nice improvement since my last visit!
    And how the hell are you so fckin industrious? im soooo lazy...at least your sketchbook motivates me
    keep rockin!
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  6. #78
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    WHAT THE F***, thank you so much for your comments, I REALLY appreciate every crit i get, youre amazing guys, amazing motivating...wanted to stop drawing now, but-NO WAY, have to draw mooore!

    @sourgasm: ok, i understood, ill do it better

    @litho: hmmm, not sure what you mean

    @walid : thanks so much :-*

    @ SamC: very helpful advice, thanks

    @ MY57: aah, okay, helpful, thanks

    @engelhardt :thanks, mate

    @ Moftah: uhm, yeah, quite helpful!....IT HAS CHANGED MY LIFE!!!

    @rogerb: thank you, glad to hear that

    @ jatherip: oh, you again. Thank you mate

    I was damn sick the last days, ive eaten rotten meat well, i was hungry, so i eat it....giving it back few hours later into the toilet bowl

    heres my stuff, erhm: selfportrait, did it before i got sick perspective is getting boring, ill try something different tomorrow. (20 min)

    2. portrait with photoref. 40 min i guess.

    and 1 h portrait with photoshop, tried to learn something about the skin tones

    and 3 short environment b/W

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    update

    and portrait with no ref, cause im nearly always drwaing with ref.
    took 1 3/4 h-much tooo long, have to practice more.boring perspective i know

    short banana doodle just practice to diagnose the colours.

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    yo dude, you improved, again! you'r doing well man!
    a thing i noticed is, that your drawings of smaller things are a bit better then the bigger ones. the banana and the revolver look much more patient as the scenery and the war scene. i'd say try to focus on smaller things, or take some more time for the bigger ones? its not so bad to work a few more hours on one thing, if it really takes you somewhere. dont be afraid to slow down while drawing, and see where you need a little more detail, and then maybe work half an hour on some stupid detail
    but anyway, youre getting somewhere!

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    Hey there, I appreciate you dropping by my sketchbook. Thought I'd give you my 2 cents:

    You can use different kinds of brushes the right way, especially in the landscape pictures, which is really nice. I also saw good things coming out of your hand studies. Your Heads and overall anatomy still need work!

    Keep it up dude!
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    oooh no, again 3 o clock , catually i wanted to go to bed earlier
    bit i had to draw.
    did some posemaniacs and head-drawings from loomis today, cause i have to work on that.
    tomorrow i finally try to start with anatomy studies...hope so.
    heres just the digital stuff i did today, im to lazy and tired now to show the doodles.
    my eye, used a mirror- i know it absolutley sucks, have to work on skin-tones! do you have some advice?
    the second one is another studie, orange-fruit and a kitchen-knife(my favourite one ) (1h 20 min very long, most of the time took the orange skin, took a lot of time to look brushes-so its long, but ok)
    @ajvena:thank so much ;* ill keep that in mind
    @spats: thanks, im wondering why peole always mention my hands

    so heres the digi stuff

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    hmm....im pretty unmotivated right now, so no digital drawing today.
    heres just the other stuff, one self-portrait and loomis, posemaniacs.
    i know its jsut boring crap, however im going to upload it.

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    Nice work HerrLeerzeichenS! Good to see work on the traditional and digital sides of things, nice work on that recent still life. Good to see some anatomy work too. Make sure to do some heads from imagination too to make sure you keep the Loomis study in your head.

    Keep up the good work!

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    Wow. Tons of improvement for sure. The still life is amazing! I don't have anything to say other than you are definitely on the right track.

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    Hi there! Would you like some crits?

    The hands of the girls are too small on 44. A hand covers just the face. The middle finger will at least hit about the middle of the forehead. If the hands are in a plane that's more foreground than the face, they will have to be bigger because of perspective.

    Is that from Jean Giraud on 55? He reminds me of Blueberry.

    I notice your hatching is still somewhat random and sparse, it's going all the same direction accross the face. Try to cross hatch or make hatching follow the direction of the planes of the face. I am not very good with planes yet and I tend to do hatching so thinly it blends, but there are good examples in the self-portrait gallery. Louise Gordon also has great examples of different kinds of shading you can do in her book on heads. I don't have it with me at the moment.

    78 is your best self-portrait so far. It was quite a leap comparing to previous ones.

    That banana is very good, colours look right. Just too overipe to eat for me. The orange and knife is your best digital so far. The peel is very well achieved. I can almost feel the softness. The metal on the knife is quite good, it just needed to have firmer edges. Don't blur edges of things that are hard in real life.

    You vary your studies and that's really cool. You're hardworking and it's paying off. I like that you did a lot of posemaniacs and Loomis anyway when you were unmotivated. I just rant when I feel like that.

    Your hand studies are excelent too. That's what I'm going to do today. It's unexplored territory for me.

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    I like the studies and the dune painting especially. Dunes are hard to paint for some reason-- lots of subtle gradations of value and for some reason your eye can pick up on it really easily if it's wrong.

    "I was damn sick the last days, ive eaten rotten meat" Don't be too sure it was rotten meat-- there's something evil going around. I was sick for a week and then I felt better for a week and then this week I got sick again.
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    @mac tire thanks, yeah, i do that
    @pixie trick: thanks alot
    @leonor: wow, great response, thank you very much
    Indeed, its blueberry, i wrote somwhere, taht i use to upload some drawings based on blueberry, hes the hero of my childhood,and well, hes still my hero, i ave nearly every comic of him.
    strela, who knows mybe theres something evil, very misterious


    heres the stuff i did yesterday, hadnt the time to upload, maybe this evening im going to upload again.have to learn for drivers licence at the moment.
    posemaniac, studie of drapery, and a drawing i did in our garden

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    update:
    coproduktion with jatherip who asked me to take a look at a quick sketch of him, anatomy etc. i asked how about a challenge, both of us make a drawing based on his lines.
    hes an fantastic guy, very helpful and motivating. KLICK - http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...151611&page=2] -

    photoshop, took 5 h. as ajvenema said: maybe i should slow down and make a longer painting, spending more time on detail.well, i did.
    night!

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    Great gesture drawings and rough sketches. You have a nice sense of color. I would like to see you push yourself further though. The Desert in post #61 is a bit more believable than the more recent picture. I would love to see this pic with more time spent on it. I think it will be pretty rad.

    Keep it up man. You can become something really surprising.
    Live life, Live love, Love life, then die -- SaiVix

    I would really love some honest critiques and improvements suggestions

    Renewed Study - I'm drawing again!!
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