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    Yeah, these are looking awesome. I agree about the first one in your last post being phenomenal. Lots of emotion in that one, I think.

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    yea stalker i think ur right. I didnt use any ref for those- so i was only going by memory and that being said i probably am least familiar with that peice of history.. it was used by machine gunners and guys who didnt want to catch a shot in the chest on their way to the trench

    heres a canadian from ww2



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    Oh, that's pretty cool.

    This piece is incredible. The face is just brilliant. Well done man!

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    Wonderful drawings, man. Really like this war theme you got going here Your poses are awesome.

    Anyway, thanks for visiting me book of sketches. Appreciated.

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    These sketches are pretty cool. Might be nice to consider pushing some of these into a finished painting or something. Keep it up!

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    Checking in for my war history art fix. Looking forward to seeing those female Russian snipers in action.

    Impressed with what you did back on November 3rd. Favs of page 10, not that the others were'nt kickass.

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    thanks guys- ok i saw this a couple days ago and sketched some more women snipers in class-- i didnt use much ref so feel free to poke my accuracy with their guns n stuff













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    damn, great stuff. Thanks for dropping by my sb

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    hey these are some works in progress. these are depicting the first war






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    You've got some really good stuff going on here man. Some of the anatomy is off (arms seem a little too long, torsos are too long, etc.) but other than that very well done. Is there a reason for all the war images? Not that I have anything against it or anything, but maybe branch out a little to try to find something else you enjoy drawing.

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    yeah ive always been interested in war and am working with a WW1 game production, and was working with other war games too, i understand how a lot of people just arent into it and ur right wouldnt hurt to branch out more

    but i come here to get advice on things, i dont need a thousand opinions i need people who are interested in this stuff to begin with












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    update on the previous characters







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    Hey Jfood thanx for the visit in my SB as i said i am returning the favour. You got some really good stuff in here your figures have great character to them and the scenes you depict are really dynamic some wicked storytelling to it all. I was wondering if you used any kind of system to lay down the poses of your characters (anatomically speaking) or do you just kinda throw them down on the paper? Also have to commend your knowledge on the war uniforms as you said that you are not using ref for them good work keep it coming



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    I can appreciate the attention to detail in your uniforms. They're nicely done and I really like the last coloured pieces you posted. I think it might be good to branch out in terms of what you're doing.

    There's a lot of pencil sketches and stuff. They're pretty on the mark I think, but you could perhaps try a more 'finished' piece in some sense? You're going in the right direction with the last pictures, in my opinion.

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    hehheh... lots of weaponry around here i see , women , weapons , men running , weapons ^^ , they look good , no doubt , but you should try other things as well , might loosen things a bit, hacking on the same genre not good for the imagination.

    Then again , hack at it m8 , i enjoy ww games

    cheers!

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    yea i believe u are right, its good to branch out ya







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    Say amigo, long time since i've seen you around here, great to have you back!

    I was just thinking about your artwork the other day, I'm psyched to see your page up front again. Great work on your latest WWI project, you still working on it? Great accuracy as always, you even captured how much bigger the original stahlhelm was compared to its WWII cousin. I actually just packed away my WWI stahlhelm a couple of hours ago for transit to my new apt.

    Still on the helmet topic, have you made any designs utilizing the Stirnpanzer? It woulda looked good on your ShockTrooper a page back. http://www.bueker-gmbh.de/pics/l/AH6032.jpg

    Anyway, I hope to see more from you soon.

    Adios!

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    thx man, i might make a new sketch of an armored german soldier, i dont think ive ever seen that peice bfore. good ref



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    Hey Jesus, I don't think your anatomy is too bad imho. I'd love to see more blood in your work, I think it would impart some interesting expression to your war art.

    Keep going and have fun with it. =)
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    thanks, ya its hit or miss for me sometimes i get a bit rusty. heres a peice i was painting yesterday. some germans from the first war sportin' some early body armor. the officer has a "red 9" mauser pistol



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    some of these pics are shitty quality but i dont think i have to worry about complaints













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    Hey! nice war sketchbook man!! Your faces look great, too; the fist one of this last post is the one I like the most; keep it up!

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    thanks dmonero, yeah i think i did that sketch just before i went to bed, i probably work better when im not completely focused

    this is an old painting i did in high school art class, surprise its war related lol



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    Hey there. Lots of guns as usual I see

    I like the water colors And some pretty good cross hatching too

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    Thanks man, yea still lots of guns---

    heres a pic of john basilone i got kinda inspired bc hes being portrayed in the pacific on hbo coming out next month... real guy






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    Pencils are totally solid! This is some hot WWII action going on in here

    Your digitals are getting better, but still feel a bit thin. Try taking a part of one of your drawings and really working into it digitally. Adjusting your linework so that it's a sepia-brown, blocking in big chunks of color underneath and then going in an rendering, picking colors from the canvas as you go and really working into it... that's the path to greater volume working digitally! Give it a try, I promise you'll have an "ah ha!" moment

    Keep up the great work here bromang! I'll be stopping by more often.

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