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    the nailgun's insane, but the perspective of it is great! I prefer to change weapons into immortal stuff. try to guide your forms with more cubes and boxes as a "ripcage" around your object.

    For example: If you try to draw a hand, you could draw a line around all fingers (Matthew Archambault called it "the containment system"). That's thinked in 2D. But as you did for your perspective figure drawings you could use it the same in 3D and sculpt the figure part after part out of the boxes and later you only have to erase the help lines of the boxes. Keep on drawing. See you at the spartan threads.

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    Some things to think about when doing studies, when it comes to porportion:
    Elbow, is about around hip area, at the top of the pelvis.
    Hands are a little above the eyes, measuring from bottom of chin.
    7 to 8 heads tall for characters. I think it is 5 for little children.
    3 heads across shoulder to shoulder.
    Torso is about 3 heads.
    Eyes about half way done the face. mouth halve way between center of eyes and chin.
    Legs about 3 to 4 heads down.
    Womens hips are wider then men. I usually ballpark around same as should length, men i do about a couple heads across.

    Here are a few things I think about when I usually paint or draw. Of course it changes when it gets to different poses. Especially when there is forshortening. Main thing is to compare relative size to other body parts. Draw what you see, not what you think you see. Holding the pencil out at the tip of led really helps with getting those questionable angles. Gravity gives you up and down. Use pencil as a guide to get more accurate angles, not sure if you are doing that. Hope this helps a bit more. Keep up the studies. You are doing good.

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    The last picture is done very well, her expression is intruiging, nice that you put stories with your stuff to. However unsettling they may sometimes be. ahaha~

    Anyways, keep up the good work as always my friend! I look foward to see what you come up with next.

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    Yeah the drawing with the girl is nice.

    Your gladiator concept doesn't work together when you went from side to front view. When you create your turnarounds I think it's a good idea to use grids and lines to connect different points of reference, as it seems you did. But not all of those points match up in side and front view. I'm totally given a different impression about what it's legs are doing from front view and from side view. Look at the top most point on his leg, in side view. Then follow it over to the front view... and there's nothing there.

    If they matched, and we saw the top of the leg from the front I'd get the impression that it is indeed going backwards at the top "limb". Use your simple shapes and your "geometric" perspective grids you were using earlier to get everything working in space.

    I hope that makes sense. Keep chugging Plissken.

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    It's my "let's return the favor of SB visits" day

    I guess I can't say any clever things, I just watched the second half of your SB (it's so late already) and read some (many) random comments. We have some similarities (we both can write and probably read wall of texts without much effort and we aren't machines and can't really draw things that bore us) - and big differences as well, of course. That's fine, variety makes life pretty - and sometimes ugly too, life is like that. Art is something one can be more free with than life itself...

    I think I go to bed now and tomorrow I'll draw some boobs. It's crazy I never draw them (just as little inavoidable parts of sketchy figures for spartan camp or something), they are, like, one of the greatest inventions ever. Or two or something.

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    Next time you draw a face and need someone to take it apart, you can count on me I'm a born critic and I use my skills a lot in Critique Center.
    I think (I'm damn sure, actually) you should focus on faces somewhat more, your figures deserve expressive faces, they often are somewhat doll like, lifeless. Not being full with life may sound okay for your last gal but still, her face could be much better, giving the piece more depth, telling us more about her state and feelings.
    The bearded man's portrait is impressive

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    Fallenangel;
    I have also noticed that my pencils are improving,
    I nail shapes more easier, more frequently lately, and
    with less effort, I got better results. But that is
    all natural and good, considering that I have increased
    my work pace and implemented a few more
    extra drawing scedules in my standard weekly labor.
    It would be against the laws of physics if I would
    stagnate, and I hope tha it will not happen. I am
    working on that, not to happen.
    Hey, but afterall, you are the real pencil master,
    and I admire your skills.
    I like the captured girl story, it just came out
    so naturally from my mind. Sorry if it is too rough
    for someone in the audience. It was not meant to hurt
    anyone's feelings.
    Thank you for your input.

    devastacio;
    I like your new avatar, I have to say that it
    looks real original. Happy that you like the Quake II
    Gladiator, I will see about the further evolution of
    that concept, maybe I will do something more about it,
    but I am not planning it at the current moment.
    I did not abandoned the Nail Gun desing, it is just good
    as it is, and it serves it's purpose. The next weapon design
    I will do much better, I hope, cause now I have a bit of
    experience. You have my permission, to do whatever you want
    with that design, reedit or repaint it, redraw it, whatever.
    Good that you liked the captured girl story, it is intended to
    be a touching story. Can you just imagine the details of the story?
    I can.
    How many guys in the village? hahahaha. That is a nice one, I never thought
    about that. Well...... 2 guys. The other inhabitants are females. haha, no
    I am just joking, the willage is most probably full of ravaging massive
    huge cocked hairy humanoid apes, ready to rape anything that moves. Poor
    Lara. I mean this girl.
    I will visit you, to see the "Tiger claw Machete"

    Rotor;
    Hello, I am pretty fine, cause it is Friday after all. Thank you for asking.
    Putting things and persons in perspective is tricky, just as you say, but
    its definitely worth the effort, and the time, cause it just puts the whole
    design in another dimension, and brings your art to another level. It is like
    a new powerful weapon in your arsenal. Like for example the "Plasma Rifle" in Doom.
    I like that you like the story, at least someone likes it.
    Thank you for being here, and for supporting me all the time.

    Ramalooke;
    I have an excuse, why does my last two drawings looks stiff.
    The Quake Gladiator is stiff cause it is just a concept, and
    it is done in a blueprit style, so it is actually as a schematic,
    and it is ok to look "stiff". The captured girl is stiff, cause
    she has been stucked on the top of that tree trunk for a few hours,
    and she is numbe and stiffed. Not much movement up there.
    Thank you for viewing the latest stuff, and for supporting me.

    Bethany;
    I like the fact that you understood the captured girl story , and the
    dark humor in the background of the story. I like people who has a mindset
    like you have, and I think that we would have a lot to talk about.
    I am not ready and motivated for digital art currently, but it does not mean
    that I will not change my mind tomorrow or the next week.
    Huge breasted Lucy was my top rendered digital art.
    Thank you for encouraging me. I will try to return the favor.

    qlotzan;
    I did not do anything about the 'Christmas drawing' yet.
    Looks like I am not in the best Christmas spirit currently.
    Maybe later, I could do some morbid santa, massacring people
    why they are asleep.
    Thank you for being a friend.

    surus;
    I was just thinking the same, when I realized how
    those guiding boxes are useful in perspective studies,
    I could actually use them on any other study.
    However, it would be much better to get used to work
    without them and to just simple eyeball things, but
    that could come after a lot of work and experience.
    Thank you very much, see you at the spartan thread,
    maybe in the future.

    Beelow;
    Honored to see such a great artist reviewing my work
    and for sharing some knowledge with me. I will try to memorize
    the things that you have wrote down, and from time to time I will
    visit your sketchbook.
    "Draw what you see and not what you think you see" - that is the
    best part, and I am trying to apply that especially on my referenced
    and life drawings, but I still fail.
    Thank you for your visit, much appreciated.

    Naidy;
    hello, No.1 support. How it's going today?
    My stories can be upsetting sometimes, but I am just like that
    kind of elements in my game. I feel kind of euphoric when I think about
    stories like the one is above. Sorry, if it is too upsetting for you.
    I will try to warn people in forth in the future, if it will be posted some
    more violence. Oh, and there will be some ultra violence and
    porn material in the future, and I would like to hear your thoughts on that.
    Should I post things like that here, or not?
    Thank you very much for being here.

    Quigleyer;
    I understand all the details that you pointed out at the Gladiator.
    You are right, I am, and I was aware of all this when I was drawing the
    pencil drawing. It is kind of intensional, because when I did the front
    view, I was recalling things on one way, and when I was doing the side
    view I was recalling things the other way, and I modified it on purpose,
    cause I thought that putting straight legs on him is ok from the front
    view, but from the side view it will be too boring, so I let my self such
    a freedom to modify things. So on the most simple way, I could say that
    these are two different concepts and not one, two different versions.
    I was using those helping lines only for getting the same base proportions,
    like the bottom of the feet, head, waist and such, just not to go out from
    the planned dimensions.
    I am aware, that if you rotate a character in 3D, the size and the items on him,
    would have to match, I just do not have that skillset yet, and I did not wanted
    to go in such detailed work here. The main goal was; recall the thing from your
    head, and present it to the world, so it could be rocognizable an more or
    less authentic. So this is a veeeeeeeeeeery lose concept.
    Thank you for your time, I am always open for new advices and I
    like discussing my mistakes. Thank you for your support, visit me as much
    as you can, I will surely return the favor.

    shiNIN;
    I like when someone returns the favor.
    I understand when you are talking about lack of time for viewing everyone's art
    and reading everyones's opinion here. I often get the same wish, but it is just
    physically impossible, you could hang day and night on concepart forums, and you
    would still not be able to see everything, cause there are so many artists and
    talents here, that you just get lost like a ship on the ocean.
    I am mainly trying to follow out the people sketchbook that replied in my art thread,
    so we could work something like in a same team, and often I just do not get any more
    time to view some other sketcbhooks, or any other threads outside the sketchbook
    session. As I said conceptart is just massive. Big respect to the administrators
    for keeping all this functional.
    But I am wondering off from the main subject, sorry, you are right, you and I
    can write walls of texts.
    I am getting back to the main things, and try to shorten my story here;
    I am happy that I met you, and I am looking forth on your further comments
    and crits on my new drawings, I will aprreciate that. I will visit your
    book and try to help you out if I can. See you later.


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    I never had so much support as I have now.
    Is this the peak?
    I am mega happy.
    Thank you all for motivating me.

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    Another great batch!

    And aha, don't worry about the contents.
    I started watching your sketchbook fully prepared. xD

    I have a friend who writes, and I always warn her when it comes to certain more 'risky' plot devises I tell her she has to do her research in the area, like reasons why people are sexual predators, who they target, why and what implications that has on a victim.

    When you know the ins an outs, and are intimate with the pain it can cause then it will make your back stories more striking and more accurate. Unlike that person though, you do seem to put in some good stories in there. They strike an emotional responce which works in harmony with the pictures, so I'm not complaining.

    I used to want to be a criminoligist/phychologist so I'm always a little critical on murder stories/ horror stories. Instead of being scared I'm like "Och, come on! That murderer has no consistent reason for doing that in that way!"

    So yes, to conclude my rambling in the end you're here to have your art work critiqued, not your writing. *though I can do that too, if you want. xD*

    Carry on the good work!

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    Nice sketches
    From a couple it looks like your following Riven Phoenix tutorials
    Keep it up

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    Oh and it's not only CA... I'm the greedy one who wish to see all the pretty and interesting and clever things out there... or just most of them... But it's impossible. Whatever, but I should at least not waste my time on useless things. It's bad enough I must sleep several hours a day and I'm not so good at using the rest.

    Hm I like when someone has some stronger bond with his/her SB and the ones who visit it. An occassional dump of art with a few important words can be great of course, but I get so much from the ones who are more personal, keeping a friendly atmosphere. I need different things, this is one of them. CA is a great place, useful links, tips, humor and friends - I can find all here.

    I can't say much about your sketches but this monster definitely has some charm

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    Hello! ^_^ new studies yay! You're getting closer to being awesome!^_^
    You can try doing some contour studies, it helped me one time to understand the form and the weight of the figure more accurately!) Hope if you try that this will help you too!!
    Cheers, hoping to see more of your stuff)

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    Looking a lot better from the last few pages, keep drawing like this. =)

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    Whoo! Go go go! Your pencils are definitely getting more sensitive. I'd like to see some more confidence in drawing the hip region. Maybe a few pages of the waist down?

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    Hey man,

    I was going to ask you "didnt you do anything new?"..but when i came here i figured its me who missed the action !! Good thing you popped into my sb or i would have completely missed your last update. dammit! i think i was pushing myself too much in last few days ( only 4 hrs of sleep ) so i tend to forget and miss stuff. Anyways i saw ur comment in my sb : u didnt abandon my sb man !! im so grateful for your crits as always and it encourages a lot so that i can work like a crazy son a b****

    ok enuf blah blah so lets get to business....

    Your are going for more details in your doodles which is great. The guy with 'fish hooks' looks great. Nice pose.

    Good thing your trying to think in 3d. im also trying to. sometimes its tough but have to do it whenever possible.

    Your 'Imaginary Monster' Looks great despite some anatomy errors. Its kind of a unique. best thing would be try to draw it again just to fix the errors (legs/chest - think 3d and render them as forms) However youll be okay once you finish the lessons so don't worry too much.

    Keep practicing man. maybe few photo ref work along with the anatomy lessons will be the best thing to do right now. (ex: if you learn about facial muscles then draw from a photo ref to practice the knowledge you have gained ) Im also planning to do so as well.

    Well keep those undead and monsters coming my way man. I can let them taste my 'Tiger Claw' soon!

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    Nice studies again I loved the frog perspective, it looks great, this imaginary monster of yours, revealed that you have good pencil shading. Especially the part between the head and the arm. I can almost see that space in there. Your upper parts are looking ok for now. I would advice to focus on lower parts, legs, feet’s, etc. you sure suck at them . Keep up the good work!

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    Hell fuckin' yeah. good update here Plissken. Keep working those forms and keep studying those muscle structures. Remember that you'll often be able to find the connections of the muscles through bone placements. Again, I say these things to remind myself as I study as well .

    Check this out, if you haven't already. Great knowledge and break down of forms.

    My girlfriend is in medical school and has this program VH Dissector. It gives you different bodies and you can "explore" them by taking away and adding muscles to see what's where. Fully rotatable 3D muscle structures, with the ability to highlight skeletal structure underneath and see what goes where. I have no idea about your financial situation, but I think a standard license is $100-200. I'll keep you updated as I use it as to how useful it really is. It looks like a very useful program- just a heads up.

    Keep kicking ass.

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    LtPlissken dude, where are your updates? D:

    Okay, i was lazy for 6 days but in did sketches!
    Show us some more freakin studies!

    For your 3D thinkin "problem", i would suggest to put cylinders, cubes and ellipses in your figures. This helps you awesome to get a good feeling for 3D.

    Keep it up and visit my sketchbook too! And stop being lazy! Or i will kick your ass >: D

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    i really love seeing this white, distinct text in sketchbooks haha
    try think things as cubes or as spheres, im not sure if you can get a hold of vilppu dvd but he shows very well cubes and sphere figures.
    this of the form, what shapes that make the solid ness and draw that,
    i see very good amount of sketches happening and it's gonna pay off soon i bet!
    i'd like to see more from you, ltPlissken.

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    hey there,

    I just found this site while trying to help someone in CA. I think its really useful and you could use it along with your lessons. so here you go.

    http://www.innerbody.com/image/musfov.html

    Hope you are keeping up with the studies. btw i started using this book called "Pencil Drawing Techniques by David Lewis" its pretty good" you may wanna give it a try as well.

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    Naidy;
    Good point, doing more detailed researches on the background of the stories that you are working on,
    makes them much more striking and accurate. That is why, I am reading as
    much as I can, and I am trying to follow out some horror and science fiction stories, so
    my imagination could evolve. I am always trying to improve my skills, the mission just
    never ends. Good to know that you support some of my more violent art.
    Obviously you have a talent to be a criminologist or psychologist as soon, as you noticed
    that you are able to discover so many flaws in horror and murder stories. But seems like
    you will be more rather a painter or a concept artist, than a criminologist.
    Sharing your thoughts with me, cheers me up, so please write down whatever you think
    whenever you think, and I am ready to be criticized as in art and in writing the same.
    Thank you.

    Blackops51;
    Thank you for visiting.
    You guessed it right, I am following Riven Phoenixes video tutorials.
    The guy helped me so much, that I will send him some flowers and some
    chocolate to his house the next weekend.

    shiNIN;
    How do you manage to get time for other things and to view other societies beside this one?
    You sound like a hyper active person. I have to admit, I also have trouble with timing my sleep.
    Too many things to do, and not enough time, but I guess that’s a story of us all.
    You are right, I have a strong bond with my sketchbook, cause it makes me
    work harder. I stated earlier in my sketchbook, that this thing is a big moving force
    in my art life. Ultra-nice thing is to know, that you have found yourself at home,
    here on CA. It is so much fun working with you.
    Thank you for your support.

    Kristoff;
    Maybe I will be awesome one day, but not as close as how awesome you are.
    Contour lines studies. Got it. I will try to implement that in my work schedule
    the next week. Thank you for your advices and for your support.

    Bethany;
    I am trying to force myself to do a digital painting, but as soon as I sit down
    to my computer, I find something else, more interesting to do, like for example,
    surfing on the net, or watching some xxx.
    Thank you for your input.

    Kungfoowiz;
    Hello, thank you for the words of encouragement.

    kiwigarbage;
    Nice name you got there, does it holds some special meaning?
    I am currently learning the pelvis structure, and I have no idea
    about drawing legs yet. I will draw something, some legs when I improve.
    Thank you for your support.

    devastacio;
    4 hours of sleep, out of 24 is just not enough maaaaan.
    Yea, the imaginary monster got some anatomy ‘issues’ that I am aware,
    but it is a monster, so the excuse is, that he got some mutated limbs, and that
    is why he looks so awkward, hahaha.
    I feel so tired today, even if I slept more than 10 hours last night. And I
    am feel a bit lazy, however I should paint something digitally.
    Thank you for being here, we’ll talk later man.

    Ramalooke;
    I know, I am not good at drawing and painting legs, I never was,
    hope that I will improve after doing a bunch of leg studies and anatomy,
    I just cannot manage to do all that in a same time. I require more and more time...
    Thank you for your kind words.

    Quigleyer;
    I am not started studying muscles more seriously yet. I am currently
    at bone structure.
    The software that you are mentioning here, you know the 3D studies
    of the human muscles sound tempting. I could save the money for it
    next year, but firstly I want o buy an Intuos 4. Where could I buy the
    software?
    Thank you very much for this link that you shared with me,
    ‘KChens class demos’ ; it goes directly to my art link collection in
    my first post. You are a great guy.
    I really appreciate your help and your support.

    Silwynar;
    Sorry for not updating so often, I admit,
    I really know how to act lazy. However, even if I do not update, I
    am trying to follow other sketchbooks and to read and learn from other
    people’s work. Those cylinders that you are suggesting me to draw on my
    figures looks too difficult, they just confuses me, I rather draw boxes around
    my figures. I will visit your sketchbook, thank you for motivating me.

    ryanoir;
    I am trying to be different, exceptional, deviant and original.
    I want to implement some new elements in the concept art game. No
    matter, how impossible that sounds, but I would just like to do that sooner
    or later. I have a feeling, that I have some crazy ideas, like no one else
    ever had, and that they are unique on their own way, I just do not have
    the patience and the skillset to present all that to the world at this moment.
    Thank you very much for the words of encouragements, and for supporting me.

    devastacio;
    I was just preparing this post, when you replied
    to my book. Thank you for the links, and for being a real friend.
    Yes, I am keeping up with the studies, and I will try to do something
    more the next week. I just get lazy for the weekends.


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    Not much, I just wanted to answer to all the replies,
    the great messages and support that I got lately.
    Hey, we will be posting next week also, so we never get tired.

    I would never make these improvement without all you who
    supports me for the last year and a half.


    I will edit up lately... if I fucked up something in my typing.
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    Jesus, so much updates since my last visit.. and good you got into studies again

    As for your crazy imagination, it will never expire hehe

    Deceive me out of my emptiness
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    Heya!

    Just wanted to say hi, I don't really have any constructive crits since you seem to be doing preeeety well by yourself
    Seriously man, great progress. Hope I'll be able to be around more often to see more of it.

    Cheers!

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    sleepy priencess hahahaha looks nice in the last post

    keep it up

    nice sketches my friend

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    hahaha dude, nice sketches lately~ very comical

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    In that last piece you've made some good values, however form not very right. Don't stop doing anatomy studies. I believe you can imrpove in that.

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    Awesome, form is improving, liking the little stories and faces you're doing. Keep up the good work. =)

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    Hey there,

    You lazy bum get to work! . As you said, you haven't done any digital work lately so its a good idea to do a new one. I like the referenced sketches, and really like the way you do pencil strokes. try to finish up your anatomy lessons soon.

    im working on a photo ref so ill visit you later. Keep posting.

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    Yay, faces of different types... Good, keep it up
    But that hand holding the cigarette is worse than the ones I draw... You can't avoid doing hand studies forever, I hope you know that. Faces and hands are very important elements - and they are both damn hard to master. *sigh*

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    Sweron;
    Hello ol’ friend. I was starting to worry, that
    you will not come back here anymore, but now I
    feel much better, when I saw your post. Thank you for the
    kind words. I hope that you will also try to do more studies,
    so we could work together, just as earlier.

    Whistler;
    Your name always reminds me on Kris Kristofferson from
    the movie Blade II. Did I got it right? You will be more active
    from now on? Gosh, I feel so happy and excited at the same time.
    I am subscribed to your sketchbook, so we can work together, help
    each other out with some feedbacks. Thank you for motivating me.

    qlotzan;
    I was a bit afraid, when I was drawing the ‘sleepy princess’,
    that the majority will not know is he a she, or she a he, if you know
    what I mean, but you got it right, it is a she, and she is asleep, and she
    is a bit mummified. Thank you for your support.

    Bethany;
    I have some gestures from porn drawings, but I cannot scan it cause
    it is done on a larger paper format, and I cannot fit it into my scanner.
    I just do not want to take a photo of them, cause that way, it will look too lame.
    You can see from the charts, that you are one of my top supporters. I just do
    not know how can I thank you.

    teapo;
    Thank you, glad that you like them.

    Seraph Fawkes;
    I am doing anatomy studies, more often now.
    The forms are getting better, but they can be wonky sometimes, I admit.
    Thank you very much for your support.

    Kungfoowiz,
    Thank you, thank you and thank you.

    devastacio;
    You got me there right, I am too lazy lately, but I managed
    to do a review of my sketcbook today, and I did some lame anatomy
    studies, but I did not scanned them. Maybe I will post some graphite
    pencils for a few hours from now, but I am not sure, cause I am planning
    to train also today. Thank you for the advices, and take a look at my
    supporter's list below, you are on a very respective place. I will try
    to return you the favor.
    Cheers

    shiNIN;
    hahaha, you are right, that hand sucks,
    but I will improve, you will see, I just need some
    more time and I need more beer.
    Thank you for being one of my supporters, always
    a pleasure to talk with you. I will
    visit you later.



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    Hello every1
    I just made a little statistic review of my one and a half year old
    sketchbook.
    140 members left comments, till now.
    I counted each members posts.
    The number before the names are indicating
    the order as the members appeared in my sketchbook.
    So the number 1, is the first, member who wrote a reply in my book,
    that is also the oldest post and the last is the latest.
    The numbers after the names, indicates the number of the certain
    user's post in my book.

    1. Slothboy3000
    2. Braintree 1,2
    3. spark_zero
    4. Zergaloth
    5 .RedSquirrel
    6. DStraX 1,2,3
    7. Novbert 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13
    8. ohnojenny
    9. matejkovacic1,2,3,4,5,6
    10. m.j.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14
    11. BlackDelphin
    12. Elz
    13. RoboMonkey
    14. S.Elena 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
    15. Lord Dubu
    16. zouzhili
    17. Irishdrunk 1,2,3,4,5,6
    18. nance
    19. Steffler
    20. mehdi80
    21. zou
    22. AlstonInk
    23. Corean 1,2
    24. zanna92
    25. FightingSeraph 1,2,3
    26. ninyanernel
    27. quackart
    28. jatherip
    29. engelhardt
    30. CavyWolfe
    31. Rotor 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14
    32. SymbioticFusion
    33. Nintendo_zombie
    34. andres333
    35. clanlord 1,2,3
    36. donalfall 1,2
    37. Clockwork Bunny 1,2
    38. sutapa 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16
    39. Skysong
    40. MatejPetkovic 1,2,3,4,5
    41 . phoenicorn
    42. TheButterBunny
    43. Pixie Trick 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
    44. Peetaer 1,2,3
    45. GoGoJojo
    46. justinkhuong 1,2,3,4
    47. Matejko77 1,2
    48. ploepp
    49. Donna 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
    50. a_mckeown
    51. Sweron 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
    52. nOOdles
    53. Metal Fingers 1,2
    54. FraserMcT 1,2
    55. LordVenom 1,2,3,4,5
    56. Malakuko
    57. Nlete 1,2
    58. JustinBeckett 1,2
    59. The Whistler 1,2,3
    60. Riley Stark
    61. Brun
    62. jskotte 1,2,3,4
    63. The Incredible Sok
    64. xxPurple Nugxx 1,2,3
    65. soros
    66. kingkostas
    67. Prion
    68. conte
    69. Steve G.
    70. Ivan Turcin 1,2,3,4,5
    71. lilnebo
    72. LAL 1,2,3
    73. Seraph Fawkes 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
    74. SoundPath
    75. Lav 1,2,3,4
    76. Cameli 1,2,3
    77. Vritra
    78. surus 1,2,3,4
    79. ThomasM 1,2,3,4,5
    80. Danny_K 1,2
    81. Black Spot 1,2,3,4,5
    82. Kungfoowiz 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13
    83. Naidy 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13
    84. Kristoff 1,2,3
    85. Bethany K. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14
    86. MadisE
    87. Dreadful Look
    88. Goldenstripe 1,2,3,4
    89. Nickodemus
    90. diCharge
    91. Brahimpag
    92. macimovic
    93. Howietzer
    94. teapo 1,2,3,4,5
    95. ismo
    96. Lostcookie
    97. Karonno 1,2
    98. Surion 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
    99. JailHouseRock2 1,2
    100. Stacybean 1,2
    101. Justyna 1,2,3
    102. Dana_T 1,2
    103. Thelema
    104. qlotzan 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
    105. tehmeh
    106. vanaga
    107. Star Eater 1,2
    108. Klaus Reinbach III
    109. batcustard 1,2,3
    110 . am●na,☼nafa&Kash☉fa
    111. Verehin
    112. Silwynar 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
    113. Mr.Thorne 1,2,3,4
    114. Emil_ 1,2
    115. Lang Oulk 1,2
    116. equilerex
    117. Fallenangel 1,2
    118. hucumkedi 1,2,3
    119. Loathsome 1,2,3,4
    120. Gthm/death 1,2
    121. rDigital
    122. Emilmaxen
    123. devastacio 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
    124. Ramalooke 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
    125. Niva. 1,2
    126. Justas
    127. Moriah
    128. kittymeow84
    129. JackF
    130. lolbq
    131. Quigleyer 1,2,3
    132. Assi
    133. a la bapsi
    134. Parsakoira
    135. Sean McClain
    136. Beelow
    137. shiNIN 1,2,3
    138. Blackops51
    139. kiwigarbage
    140. ryanoir








    So, as you see, I summarized the posts, and
    concluded my top list of most active supporters.

    I want to thank you all for helping me, but mostly
    I would like to thank for my strongest supporters.

    I consider all the members with more than 20 posts in my
    book, to be officially in a same team with me.

    According to this ranking, I will focus my most
    attention to the ones with the highest posts here, and I will strive
    to visit their sketchbooks the most, and to reply them
    first.

    Top supporter list;
    01. sutapa1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16
    02. Rotor 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14
    03. Bethany K. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14
    04. m.j. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14
    05. Naidy 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13
    06. Kungfoowiz1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13
    07. Novbert 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13
    08. devastacio 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
    09. qlotzan 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
    10. Sweron 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
    11. S.Elena 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
    12. Donna 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
    13. Surion 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
    14. Pixie Trick 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
    15. Seraph Fawkes 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
    16. Ramalooke 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
    17. Silwynar 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
    18. matejkovacic 1,2,3,4,5,6
    19. Irishdrunk 1,2,3,4,5,6
    20. teapo 1,2,3,4,5
    21. MatejPetkovic 1,2,3,4,5
    22. LordVenom 1,2,3,4,5
    23. Ivan Turcin 1,2,3,4,5
    24. ThomasM 1,2,3,4,5
    25. Black Spot 1,2,3,4,5



    I will reedit this post, if I find some numerical or other kind of mistakes.

    Some updates, maybe a few hours from now.



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    Finally I found the time to take a look at your sketchbook, too x__x sorry~

    Anyway, you are doing great Somewhere you mentioned that you can't do drawings from life. But maybe - as already suggested - you could use the tons of reference material that is floating around the web. I think it helps a damn lot.

    Keep practicing! Practice makes perfect.

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    good progress man. i like the studies, and your faces have gotten alot better. i would focus on doing some more studies on proportions, because other than that, its looking pretty good. keep focused, keep working hard!

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