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    some very nice stuff here indeed both in regards to colours as well as line. Hope to keep seing more!
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    Thank you comixnut!

    Well, long time no post (in my sketchbook). I just haven't been drawing. My grandmother was very ill for a lot of the later part of the year and she passed away on New Years Eve so I just haven't been in the mood to draw or post. I'm getting back into it though and next week I'll be back to normal as far as art production goes. Gonna be depressed for a while though.

    Here's a couple things.

    A mermaid from my sketchbook. Drawn from imagination.
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    Work in progress.
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    Partial lines of a drawing
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    Drawing for a challenge on deviantART.
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    Closeup of her face.
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    Your SP on page 2 is very good and the bright white conte just makes you look glowing after a workout. I like your flat pieces as well as they are pure design. The latest figure looks tough and I wouldn't want to mess with her. You have a great eye for design.

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    Interesting variety of work. I liked the pieces in post #44. I'm afraid to comment on the lady in the red stockings though - looks like she could kick my ass! Oh and love the beakgirl concept! I have an avatar just like it (kinda) lol.

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    Black Spot - Thanks. I've never really gotten a compliment like that (good with design) so it's encouraging.

    Bosatsu - Thank you for visiting. I'm glad the pin-up looks tough heehee...I like tough girls. I am actually planning a series of drawings around girls that wear beaks and bird masks so I hope others will like them too.


    Quick post before Valentine's trip. Hope everyone has a happy love day! I am combining two posts to reduce clutter.

    A landscape in progress. I think I am getting better at backgrounds.
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    Colored Pencil Sketchbook Pages - I am doing small 5x7 drawings and trying to sell them for $20 to make some change. These are just thumbnails really.
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    I am also working on illustrations to help my boring portfolio. Perhaps I may post some of those in the Finally Finished section if I have the bravery to do it.

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    The outside line of the nose on that last one might be better with the purple colour you used on the cheeks. Try it in PS first.

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    Black Spot - Thanks. I've never really gotten a compliment like that (good with design) so it's encouraging.
    That annoyed me. Why hasn't any one encouraged you in that direction before? Without design even the best rendered pictures in the world would do nothing. It takes an inner eye to see it and you have it. It doesn't get taught in books because it's either there or not. Sure I've read some fine high-faluting writing on it, but that's not what art is about - we are not machines or computers would be doing it. Keep feeling it and go with it.

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    Hey, thanks for coming by my sketchbook. You've got some cool stuff here. I actually really like how you're handling the colored pencils, I can definitely see stuff like that selling. Keep on going!
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    aWesome paintings, drawings and a great color combination. I enjoyed going through your sketchbook. The positive orientation of your work just brightened up my day. Keep it up like this.
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    Not much to show since I haven't scanned sketchbook pages yet.

    Ink drawing
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    Charcoal and ink drawing edited in Photoshop
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    Process for my most recent finished pic
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    Will have a substantially larger update soon.

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    I forgot to reply to comments

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    - Well, thanks for the encouragement! Now that I think about it...I was never really encouraged to do much in school at all. I was a pretty average student, not judged by my effort but there were many more talented students than I. So, I guess that's why.

    Swampdigger - No problem and thanks for stopping by!

    LtPlissken - Aww, thanks. I'm glad my little sketchbook make you feel happy.

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    Holyyy, that last one looks insane! I love it!
    And the charcole/ink/ps picture is really nice too. Wooo.

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    The last piece looks really promising. Stronger lighting on the head?
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    Really like your latest and that charcoal and ink is very nice as well.

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    Thanks everyone for the comments.

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    - I like the lighting as is but maybe in the future I will go back and edit it. I just don't viewers to get stuck on only the head.

    This update may be a little pathetic since I haven't been doing real studies but I've been working hard to make new portfolio work and revise older drawings so I can find work.

    These sketches were done just for my own enjoyment.

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    ACEO cards done for club activities at dA.
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    Character belongs to ladyghostduchess
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    This was one of the things I revised for my portfolio. The finished version has flat colors.
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    Remember this drawing. I experimented with painting techniques to see what kind of things I could use in an actually finished one.
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    Sketch for a new painting.
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    Something pretty to send you off.
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    On your last post, first picture, the girl's right forearm seems too short.
    For the third picture, her head is too far back on the neck and her chin jutts out just a bit too much.

    Other than that, your stuff is really great so far

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