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    One for the road

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    hehe, its kinda strange to say probably, but i like ww2 as well, nice drawngs, more? a bit more detailed maybe?
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    I like these sketches... they are pretty loose... the soldier in the first picture seems like his helmet is too large maybe?
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    Your sketches have a really nice feel to them, nice foreground background play. I want to see some more .
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    the first pic of the sniper with long hair is more recent, but its just a digital picture
    PS- i dont know if the Russians let their women snipers grow or keep long hair down like that, seems like it might get in the way
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    Excellent man... the last one is fantastic. Really stunning. I love WW2 as well, by the way. I've never really drawn anything from it though. I think I might try - you've inspired me.
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    heres some more ww2 art and also some modern war sketches...

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    I'm loving the updates man . I was into WW2 for a short time while I was watching Band Of Brothers. I like the over simplification of the background contrasted against the foreground.
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    thanks, im better at drawing people than places, the over simplification isnt on purpose its more my laziness. ill post some later that are updated soon
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    good start,
    the third image of the first post made me stare; it's damn good action shot.
    your oversimplification is a good thing in doing comic, it make the reader focus on the eseential , the story.

    keep it. don't think simplification is a bad thing. Personally, i think it's a light of genius.

    of course when practicing drawing, go on details as much as you can.Later The simplification will have some magic richness.

    Hey me too; i love ww2 (even i didn't tell anyone)

    keep posting
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    Good start for this sketchbook! Your drawings are good but I think you're characters look a bit stiff. Your rendering could use some work as well. Do some life drawings and anatomy studies and you'll definitely improve on those areas if you spend enough time practicing.
    Great work though! Would be cool to see something different though.
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    actually i used to lifedraw quite often, but these are all from my imagination. granted some may be a little stiff but i dont always follow the most efficient direction in completing sketches. i probably draw too many portraits and usually the detail crumbles from the neck down. it may be vain but i kinda like not using much reference. if anyone wants to suggest a scenario for me to draw, or even help me with the composition id appreciate it

    ps- lol no offense jackpot but if i wanted stiff id study ur sketchbook jk

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    forgive my bad quality scans--- i only have a digital camera atm
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