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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesus Food View Post
    One for the road
    someone plays insurgency mod

    great work
    Chris


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    Great stuff man... love the updates.

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    cool drawings right there man.. the ww2 scenes are awesome , keep it up
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    Really really beautifull work.... I liked alll your sketches. Keep it up.... Wonderfull. Cheers

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    Nice pencils wars haha, and thanks for checking my SB...

    Cya...

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    thanks guys, i love u all... i got kind of inspired when i saw some art on oldschool horror characters, one was dorian grey, which ive never read. all the same im a big fan of the twilight zone, and night gallery so i sketched a picture of dorian gray and Mr Hyde, or just some nutjob with muttonchops lol
    One for the road
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    I enjoy your WW2 pieces, keep it up!

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    yea im actually a concept artist for insurgency, alot of the earlier pics that are modern were insurgency related but only recently i started drawing from the game. thx for the compliments, ill post some more ww2 stuff later today

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    nice sketchbook,
    i show a good feeling for the atmosphere, i drew a lot of this war sketches when i was younger, so i know it´s not easy to give a good atmosphere.
    the last sketches are great, too.
    my favourite one is #42 you can see movement, atmosphere and it gives the feeling likes she´s shoting while you´re standing right behind her.
    so, great, keep it up
    cheers

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    Hey man, thanks for the comment in my sketchbook. It is some really cool WWII sketches u have here - MOAR
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    Some really nice stuff here. Your drawings of war feel alive and have good atmosphere. I noticed that in some of them the proportions are a bit off though.

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    ya i agree sometimes i draw stuff a little stiff, i dont always start with a gesture which sometimes bites me in the ass, if u could be more specific tho id appreciate it

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    Ok, will try to be a bit more specific.

    Some things that I noticed where the German sniper in post 17 has a huge head, also his right hand looks small compared to the body. In post 41 the soldier going HUH looks like he has a large head too. His fingers looks a bit sausagelike. Generally I think you could improve on how you draw hands. They are certainly not bad but could be more expressive.

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    Do you draw with pencils or with charcoal?

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    Love the stuff, the fact that you do it in pencil adds so much to the pieces. WWII is a great theme, I'll definitely be popping in to see your progress!

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