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    Emil;
    Thank you for visiting.
    I am doing studies almost everyday.

    Purple Nug;
    Thank you very much for the words of encouragement.
    Hardly can wait to see your newly activated sketchbook.








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    Thanks for stopping by, man....... perspective study, huh!!! cool =]

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    Your last studies turned out really good. I think you should focus on getting a sense of weight in your characters. Make them feel ON the ground. You can try over-sizing their feet until you get it right, usually helps, and when you got it, shrink them again.

    Keep it up!

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    Hey dude!

    Great figures in your perspective boxes!
    Reminds me of Loomis, or?
    Start doing still lifes, they are really artist gold

    I updated also again, perhaps everybody of us checks his other sketchbook every day?
    Then we could give us tips everyday when the update comes

    Greetings, Sil!

    Edit: Your skulls are a bit to small in the width Check it out!

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    um i see your lines not comfortable or sure...set up dynamic lines and put the figures as they look real...yours not like that...they are standing like frozen or not alive...give them a life keep working

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    Hey man thanks for visiting my sketchbook. Its good to have your opinion and encouragement because it really helps.

    Anyways i started going trough your sketchbook. Looking great i must say and hopefully willing to learn more from your experience. I have gone trough first few pages only. will get more spare time in upcoming week so will take a look at it slowly.

    And i randomly checked few pages then i saw your "Big boobed woman" piece. Maybe ' "Big" is such a small word to describe those man !! LOL I wonder if someone stick their head between those, he might even get chocked to the death !!

    Good work man and make sure you are posting. Will definitely check it out. I rated your thread as well coz you deserve it mate.

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    Gthm/death;
    Perspective studies are just too
    tough for me at the current moment.
    I will work more and more to master it.
    Thank you for viewing and visiting.

    Emilmaxen;
    Very interesting advice. I never heard
    that technique before, but I will try it and
    see will it help me. I did not noticed that
    my characters lack of weight. Thank you for
    pointing that out and for visiting my book.

    Silwynar;
    I think that those perspective studies are
    from Loomis book, I am not sure honestly, cause
    I have a bunch of papers and other photocopied
    documents on my table, it is a real mess, and I just
    grabbed a few papers and referenced from them. I think
    that you are right, it should be Loomises book.
    Skulls, well I think that they are far from perfect, I am
    still struggling and learning the right approach to them.
    You are right, we should visit each other's sketchbooks and
    leave comments and we should discuss every aspect of our mistakes,
    maybe not every day, but pretty often would be a great idea.
    Thank you very much for visting and for supporting me.
    I count on you all the time.

    hücumkedi;
    Uh, I think that there is a long road ahead, till I make
    my figures dynamic enough. I just can't get the hang of
    it currently, and I am studying proportions and anatomy,
    I did not get to the gesture part yet. It is a long and hard
    road out of hell...
    Thank you very much for your words of encouragement.

    Bethany;
    Happy to see you.
    Glad that you are still here and I am
    satisfied cause you like my art.

    devastacio;
    no problem man, I will visit your
    sketchbook any time and give you some humble
    advices. We are stronger together.
    I hope you will enjoy going through my whole
    sketchbook, what you see there is mostly what
    happened in the last two years in my universe.
    The big boobed woman is called "Fuckdoll Lucy".
    Someone better stick something else between her
    tits other than his head.
    Thank you very very very very much for rating
    my thread and of course,
    thank you for your support.


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    through the tunnels of anatomy studies.
    I would like to introduce him to you all.
    His name is Smoke Bone, and he is a bit shy and
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    Those perspective studies you're doing are bloody good.

    Faces showing a marked improvement too. You're working hard mate, but don't stop now!
    Try to soak up as much as you can from your studies, and never give up! YEAH!

    Also, I ended up wiki-ing about ribcages. xD
    "A typical human rib cage consists of 24 ribs, the sternum, costal cartilages, and the 12 thoracic vertebrae."

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    Also, why not check these guys too?

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    I like the bold guy in 484 post I'm not experienced enough for giving any advices but I noticed that there is a big difference between your digital and pencil works. Keep posting!

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    You've got some good stuff going on here Snake! I especially like the guy with the guns on top of p16. The bad ass dude with the colored pants on top of this page was pretty cool too, it was so wrong that it was right

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    I see you're doing that mushy looking stuff with the paint. That's something I hated myself for doing. That happens when the edges are all soft. You got to watch that stuff, ask yourself if there would be a soft transition of things in the painting or not. Color studies help this, like still lifes and photo studies.

    You could also try and limit yourself. Just use a really hard edge brush that you can't make soft. No penpressure either. That way you have to force yourself to pick the colors to make the transitions rather than the penpressure. It's pretty hard at the first tries but it actually helps a lot.

    Keep working hard and don't give up!

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    Hey, Plissken, aren't u geting tired from the anatomy studies? From my experience, taking small breaks from it and doing some imaginary shizzles, or looser drawings helped to get back to it with a more fresh head, even if they are not right, or dont look correct at all, this might spot your weakest spots aswell

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    Hey, man, you're kicking ass with these studies. You've improved a lot from your first post, it's really inspiring. Rock on and thanks for stopping by my sketchbook!



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    Shot bro, big improvements since my last visit!

    Your pumping out these studies, and it sure is making a difference! Construction has gotten a heap more solid, which is the way it should be. Watch out for the symmetry on your faces though, some more study on the face cannon would help. keep em' studies coming mate!

    Also just wanna point out the improvements in your line quality, its all looking up man, keep it up!

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    Hey there, thanks a lot for replying in my SB and giving me such a thorough writeup, wasn't expecting that. I'll reply here since you'll probably read this.

    Yeah I go through phases with my art, sometimes it comes out and sometimes I have to struggle to draw and produce anything. This was a very rough year for me. I was real busy with work and real life to pay too much attention to my art. Another thing that happened was that after the Team CHOW at the start of the year I got horribly burned out. I didn't even realize it until recently but once we finished with it I was done. The voting also hurt because it turned into a popularity contest. I don't think we had the best entry at all but the lack of votes does demotivate one. At the end of the day I know it's not about that, we did good work and I certainly learned a lot and improved but it still sucks a bit.

    Clanlord is fine. He lives in Bulgaria and I stay in touch with him since I'm Bulgarian too. He's working on school stuff now, seems like he'll go into architecture. I was super amazed how much he improved, I pushed him along from the very first page in his SB and it goes to show that younger people learn faster though he certainly worked very hard at it.

    Anyways, I hear your words about my art and I appreciate the honest critique. I'm always striving to improve as an artist, sadly at thsi stage I know my weaknesses and getting over them with the time I have is hard. I'm not aiming to be amazing or anything, actually at this stage my art has gotten to a point where I needed it to be so I can focus on other projects. Mostly I intend to enjoy the journey from here without busting my butt unnecessarily.

    Oh and the stuff about being a vet, that really doesn't matter. I think most people improve a lot more in 4 years than what I have since I joined.

    Cheers, I'll be checking back on your progress too and thanks again!

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    awww yeah for loomis studies mate! keep heading in that direction... i must... study too

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    Nice sketchbook
    (I understood your post on my SB but its way easier for me to write in english!)

    Definitely heaps of improvement - your coloured pieces seem to have a bit more life to them - I think in the studies you need to loosen up a bit and not copy the ref figures exactly. Like I can tell its repetition not learning so much. How I would go about this is by doing a few quick, long strokes first to get the 'line' of the figure. This the balance point and what everything else should be built on.

    That said, I don't do this in my own art. Since I have almost completely abandoned line, I have felt that much more comfortable and free.

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    I don't understand the spartan camp as a challenge between several participating users. But as an area to support the motivation to draw and practice more than someone would do without the goal to participate or to post there.

    Even the words "not now" or "not ready" are exactly the reason why someone should join. ;-)

    To force or rush the drawing isn't bad either. I recommend Mike Mattesi's books (Force Character Design and Dynamic Life Drawing, a 3rd book about animals will follow in 2011) to understand the success which is given after the faster scibbling. It is noch about failure. It is about supporting the failure and correcting the concepts of figure in your mind. You could see it as a faster uploading of knowledge into your concept-library in your brain. Believe me and try to draw faster accepting some mistakes. Correcting is always possible with an eraser. :-)

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    Hey man just finished going trough your tome of dark arts. Well what can i say now...GREAT WORK man!! Also your SB id full of useful studies. Hopefully ill learn a lot from this.

    There are some pieces i really like here..

    I like the "Burial Witch" concept. Now that you have more experience how about remaking her? Just a thought. Also your fallout 3 stuff are great!

    #100 - Hardcore Stuff !!
    #110 - I like your deck of cards man well done!.
    #132 - LOL thats some funny stuff you got there.
    #158 and #227 - I love these pieces!
    #336 - Epic level of violence but good work !
    # 442 - ROFL!!

    All in all good stuff here man and keep working hard. Don't forget to fine tune your anatomy knowledge, it'll help you a lot.

    Im working on a ref sketch gonna finish off in 4 hrs time. Ill see ya later man.

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    Thanks for commenting on my sketchbook
    I like your drawings, but try to clean them up by using fewer lines, just becous a line looks a bit wrong dont mean you can't use it also if you redraw the line several times you just atract attention to the error you made

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    YEAH!

    Boneman looks awesome dude! ;D
    For your faces i would suggest to do more referenced head drawings to get a feeling for the different poses etc.
    Perhaps try to get a real skull (nonoo, don't kill somebody, try to buy one ).
    This helps much.
    I borrowed one a long time ago and it was great to feel the mass, form and structure from the real object.
    Ways better than doing these boring anatomy books over and over again!

    Keep your work up and thank you for your comment

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    yeah smoke bone you manage to work hard to improve your artwork

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    Keep practicing mate. I'm really glad that you're making progress and trying to improve yourself. If you have problem's with the right placing of the head draw the cube firstly, and then place in head referencing to the sides of the cube.

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    Naidy;
    I have just started with perspective studies,
    it is a bit tough at start, and I often feel
    disappointed when I fail at them. Your high
    opinion on my posted training examples encourages
    me pretty much. I am trying to do face studies at
    the same time, trying to mix up things, not to get
    to bored about anything.
    Very nice from you for searching the right answer
    for Smoke Bone. So we got our own little wiki inside
    my sketchbook, and we know exactly how many bones does
    the human ribcage contains;
    24 ribs, the sternum, costal cartilages, and the 12 thoracic vertebrae.

    24 ribs,
    12 each side pluss the sternum
    and is you include that vertebrae as part of the cage
    it has 12 of those too.
    So our final answer is 37?

    Thank you very much for helping me and for being here.


    Ramalooke;
    I like the baold guy too, he will be some kind of a
    beast tamer in the end, if I ever get the patience to
    finish that painting, cause I am bit bored from it.
    Appreciate your presence here. Please stay in my
    company if you wish, cause i would surely like that.

    Niva;
    Honored to see a veteran and a
    Doomsday Dream Clan member to visit my work.
    No problem, you do not need to thank me for my reply in
    your sketchbook, you are an interesting fantasy artist and I
    enjoyed going through your work.
    There are absolutely no boring moments amongst
    your drawings and paintings.
    You are going through some
    phases, like we all do, but the most important thing is that you
    never gave up. Even when you made a longer pause from art, you
    always came back, doing some new things.
    I can only suppose how demanding is to work in a team and to fulfill
    your daily or weekly assignments, I know that you put a lot of effort
    and time in your paintings there, I can see that all from the end results,
    and I would suggest for all those who reads these lines, to visit Niva's
    sketchbook and to view his latest team CHOW art, cause they look really
    great. Many times the voting can vary and can be dissapointing, I suppose
    I know how you feel or felt. Glad to hear all that about Clanlord, and I
    know that you are originally from Bulgaria, cause I read it, if I remember
    well in your first post, or in some of your later posts.
    I totally understand your concept about enjoying
    and realizing the art as a journey, and not getting it like a nasty life
    obligation. I think the same way, and I wrote about it in some of my earlier posts.
    Bottom line, I am happy that you have found your real self in art, and
    that you came here and gave me support. I will get back to your book
    whenever I can, and help you if I can with some advices or discussions.
    Cheers.

    Loathsome;
    Someone already warned me about the mushy looking soft edges at my digital
    art, but I forget who it was. Thank you for pointing that thing out to me
    and for giving me the certain advices, I really appreciate that. The only thing
    that I do not realize is, on which painting am I doing those soft edges?
    Cause on this last Beast tamer, I did a pretty solid edges. Or?
    Can you plese just point out on which of my paintings do you mean, when
    you are talking about my mistakes.
    I would like to thank you for visiting my book and for your support.

    Justas;
    You just would not believe it, but I am not bored from anatomy studies.
    I have just started doing them. I feel that I have done only 1 percent
    out of the whole stuff. There are so many things that I would like to know
    and to explore out, but there are not enough time for all that. I find
    anatomy a very interesting subject, and I just cannot believe it that I
    have drawn so much human figures and all that stuff counting from my
    childhood, and I was not aware of anatomy, my knowledge of the human
    skull bones and muscles was very close to zero. I am just amazed, how
    many things I was missing. Everyday when I find out some new thing about
    my studies and see the certain subject in some new light and aspect,
    I just go crazy and excited like a child.
    Sounds crazy, but I am happy about the fact that this thing
    keeps me interested and amused. Otherwise I would have already abandoned my
    studies, took up doing something else, and just as you said, I would find
    anatomy studies boring.
    Anyway I am doing other things beside these studies,
    like imaginary drawings, and portraits from time to time.
    Thank you very much for your input. See you later.

    Moriah;
    Hello, no problem, I will visit you again if you post
    some new subjects in your sketchbook.
    Thank you for returning me the favor.
    Stay close, cause there will be some action around for sure.

    JailHouseRock2;
    All that you are saying here is wonderful and gives me great
    power and encouragement to continue my quest and to work
    even more harder and to become a worthy artist.
    Thank you very much for your kind words and for your
    support. Much appreciated friend.

    teapo;
    Loomis is our friend.
    I will send some chocolate and some flowers
    to his house for the next weekend. The man is
    just totally awesome, he deserves all that attention.

    kittymeow84;
    I felt five notch better, as soon as I read your comment
    about my improvements. Actually I feel even healthier now.
    You have a great point about loosening up at drawing. Easy said,
    but in my case everything goes a bit hard. Will try to apply what
    you said, and will see what will happen.
    It is a thing when lots of information comes from more directions
    at once, strucking me, and then some of them I manage to apply, some
    of them I forgot and some of them I ignore against my will. Anyway,
    I think that it is the same thing, like when you are following through
    more tutorials in the same day, and your brain will tell you, your
    subconscious mind will decide automatically, what will you need on
    your future journey. So I am letting all these informations in my
    head what I read here, all the advices, and after I try them or apply
    them just in a fashion as I described above.
    So please, give me some more fresh ideas and work patterns, cause my
    mind is open just like a parachute.
    Thank you very much for giving me some tips and for supporting me.
    Please come by anytime, drinks are always on me at my house.

    surus;
    "faster accepting some mistakes"
    Ha! Very interesting point of view.
    You see, everytime someone posts I gain some experience, and
    thanks to your Mike Mattesi book advice and the fast scribbling advices
    I am becoming wiser and more experienced.
    If I consider all the facts and things that I did till now, you have a
    lot of rights said in your few lines above. Man you are throwing me in
    a fire to shoot out a few fast scribbles immediately. Good to have you
    as for a friend and for a supporter. We will discuss about more dynamic life
    drawings in the future also I hope. So stick around and do not go far away.

    devastacio;
    you just made my day, what else should I say,
    I followed through the posts that yo quoted here, and
    remembered the stuff posted back there. hahaha,
    man some of those things put a big smile on my face again.
    Some people enjoy mowing the lawn, some people enjoy going
    hunting, some enjoy killing things, but I just honestly enjoyed
    doing my art. I hope that you understand me. I did all those with a lot
    of fun, almost as someone would play a PC 3D shooter game. Hell,
    i enjoyed doing them maybe even more than
    I have enjoyed playin Quake and Doom.
    About redoing the "Burial Witch", I am not sure yet, currently I
    am not motivated for that, but maybe for the next Halloween, it would
    not be a bad idea.
    I am looking forth for your oncoming drawings and paintings, I will visit
    you for sure.
    And one more time, I really appreciate the fact that you gone through my
    whole sketchbook and that you made a short review. Thank you very much
    my friend.

    clanlord;
    WOW, it is good to see you back, I thought
    that you will never come back. Than you for visiting my "tome of violence"
    as devastacio said it, and than you for sharing your medium that you use
    with me. I really appreciate your presence here. The old spirits are rising
    again, if you know what I mean.

    DStrax;
    No problem man, I will comment your sketchbook
    whenever I can. I like to return the favors, when someon
    visits my sketcbhook, I try to return him double or even triple time the
    favor. I understand what you are saying with "using fewer lines",
    but look, in this situation I want them to stay, I do not want to erase them,
    I want to see a year from now, what mistakes did I committed. I believe that with
    time and a lot of training, I will manage to do drawings with no trialed lines,
    if you know what I mean. That will be a hyper success, but it will be a nice thing
    to have these drawings here to remember on what level was I in the current time period.
    If I would do a referenced work, of course I would refine the drawing more and make the
    experimental lines to disappear. Thank you for visiting my tome of violence Tim, I honestly
    hope that you will come around again. Cheers.

    Silwynar;
    The boneman's name is Smoke Bone.
    He is my new friend, I am making conversations with him every day. I am glad
    that you like his appearance. He will stay with us for a while now.
    I am working currently on a 100 face and head drawing project and it is going
    real slow. I will post them when I finish them all.
    I am trying to find an anatomy skull here in my country for studying matters,
    but I just cannot find it. No one sells that through the yellow pages, or they
    are just not advertised over here.
    Hey, do not worry, I will not kill anyone for a skull.
    I will just dig up a corpse from a graveyard.
    Thank you for your support.
    I will shoot you later.
    I mean catch you later.

    qlotzan;
    I like your text color.
    You made something unique about your comments, I respect that.
    Smoke Bone is our big friend. I gave him three beers this evening.
    He is currently sleeping, cause he is not adapted and accustomed to alcohol yet.
    I will work on improving his condition.
    Thank you very much for your reply.

    Bethany;
    Looks like everyone is liking Mr. Smoke Bone.
    I will make him to work even harder tomorrow, after
    he sobers out. He is shy, but when he drinks a few beers
    he becomes a real animal. He destroyed two of my chinese vases
    yesterday. If he does not act like he should in the future, I will
    sell his bones on the market the very next Saturday.
    I will visit your sketchbook a lot of times, you just stay active
    and keep posting new works.
    Thank you for being with me.

    Seraph Fawkes;
    Hello my friend, always good to see you in my house.
    I am always trying to improve, even if sometimes does not look like
    that. Yes, I admit I have a lot of trouble placing heads sometime, but
    then I just go wild and insane and I shoot them out, and let them fall as
    they come. The "putting them in a box frame" is an excellent idea, thank you
    for that advice. I am processing that information currently, and I will try
    to apply that on my very first next head drawings.
    Stay around, cause I have ordered some Pizza's with chilly sauce, and some
    Diablo surprise addition. I hope you like chilly stuff.


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    I have to admit that I am breathing, eating and drinking conceptart for
    the last month or two. I just live for this thing. Earlier I played PC games
    and watched movies instead of this time, but now I am opsessed with this
    community. It is just stronger than me. I decided, that I will improve my
    art, I want to be much better than I am currently, I have decided, that I will
    improve my knowledge of English and I decided to improve my typing skills.
    I want a more professional drawing tablet. I will spare some money, and in
    a year or two from now, I will hopefully buy a Wacom Intuous 4.
    I will surely not make through all my nightmares and dark alleys without
    you all, who supports me. So, I ask you all to keep supporting me, and
    to keep feeding me with good attitude and motivational power.
    As someone said;
    "All the crazy shit that I did tonight, will be the best memories"
    I am all buckled up and ready to go.
    A space monkey, ready for launch.
    Wish me luck.


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    This is just a digital remake of my graphite pencil drawing
    from a while ago. You can see the original un-edited version
    in my post #63 on A3 paper size.

    Very soon some happy little studies will follow, I am working on them,
    thank you very much for supporting me and for viewing
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    Gandalf is watchting me!
    ...hey! In my opinion he really looks like Gandalf from Lord of The Rings

    Show us more work dude! This can't be all for a day
    How about doing awesome still lifes like me today!
    They are really fun and help you improve like hell!

    Keep it up

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    He DOES look like Gandalf,.. and Gandalf is the most awesome wizard ever!
    Very nicely done man, keep it up!

    Help me improve my drawing skills by commenting my sketchbook
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    Something isn't right, but I dunno what it is, and you could give him a bit stronger contrast on the face i think. Beside this, I really like the style, good work

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    hey man,

    I remember the original sketch and its great that you have decided to apply some colors. Nice contrast of the image,Good work. Anyways i haven't seen much of new stuff from you so hope you're into some new concepts. Ill always check your SB out man, no worries. Also, good luck getting a new drawing tablet mate. Hope you'll be able to get it soon.

    Keep posting man and best of luck.

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    Ah, I like the way you've done the portrait- the hair/beard looks really cool.
    Pay more attention to the irises though, I feel you could add a bit more detail there to really make it come to life. (I like the lower-eye lids though. Weird thing to pick out, but it's true)

    varying studies sounds like a good idea! Might have to try it out myself.
    Keep up the good work, mate! :'D

    Take a look? - Sketchbook - Tumblr -
    Also, why not check these guys too?

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    Cheers
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