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April 11th, 2009 #27
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April 12th, 2009 #30
Those new studies look great. I find the rectangular method rather handy, too because it's so easy to derail everything without that box keeping things straight. What caught my eye this time round was your sketch of the females with the blue coloring - great flowing lines and the touches of blue (Highlighter? Marker?) really make them stand out. Hee to the sci-fi. XD Good to see the variety in those.
April 14th, 2009 #31
Got Ringling Fin Aid back. I received no scholarships whatsoever... not feeling very cool right now...
BUT here are some updates that made me feel better:
Quick CG on the upper right hand corner.
Shanty town. with lovely ladies. Too lazy to flip it over so you guys can do it on your own if you feel like it XD
Drawn during the every 15 seconds assembly about drunk driving.
April 14th, 2009 #32
Wow--what a beautiful update. The ladies are indeed lovely, as is the sp on the first page. I hope you decide to go with Ringling, btw--I can't wait to see what you'll do over the next four years.
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April 14th, 2009 #33
April 14th, 2009 #34
Hey eromenos ,really great sketchbook you have ,I really love how you use the lines,they aren't pecky and they have a very nice flow .Your studies are coming up nicely,and I really like how you draw women ^^ ,I am really eager to see more of what you draw so keep pushing and I'll handle the watching xD. Cheers!
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April 15th, 2009 #37
I really love the one on the left (the one with more of the body), especially the arm and the way it's dark against light.
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These are great, nice range of values in the first one. Your parents need to get over themselves and let you work, cos it's obvious how good you're going to get if you're left to your own devices.
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April 18th, 2009 #39
Some amazing work here!!! Can't believe you didn't get into Art Centre, but Ringling looks like an amazing school for illustration, they've been stealing the show at the SOI student scholarship competition...either way, keep this going and it won't matter where you end up going, your skills should be more than enough to carry you...
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