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    huge progress in digital! what about pencil practice?

    You should draw some fast ones to force the mistake/trial/learning.

    Maybe you want to join the spartan camps?
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    Good work in here
    you need to start drawing biger! I know its hard but try, it realy helps

    -Tim

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    surus;
    thank you very much for your visit.
    I am doing pencil practices much more often than
    digital work, I just do not scan them all and do
    not post them all.
    I really feel that there is no need for every bit
    of your exercise scribbles to be posted here.
    I am against fast drawing. I do not know what is the
    benefit, but I do not like to rush anything.
    Rushing things makes them come out ugly.
    I am always comparing this thoery to masonry.
    If those guys rush in something, there will be no happy
    ending.
    I did not even know about the spartan camps.
    Thank you for informing me about that, however
    I am not ready for that challenge yet.

    DStraX;
    thank you for your time, and for your attention.
    You are the first who give me the advice about
    "drawing bigger". Honestly, I am not sure what
    do you mean by that, but if you mean literally to
    draw on bigger paper format, then I would really like
    to hear what is the benefit of that?
    Thanks again for visiting me.

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    What I have now is a digital painting.
    A character design, something like a brute
    or a blacksmith. I used only one reference,
    the mixed martial artis Kimo Leopoldo. My intention
    was not to copy exactly the lookalike, but to make
    some lesser adjustments on the painting. I wanted him
    to look more bulky with a shorter neck.
    This one is still not finished, I am not sure will it
    ever be. Took me about an hour or a bit more to come this
    far.

    Thanks everyone for supporting and for viewing my art.


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    The latest traditional one is hilarious man! Hahah xD awesome
    Last one is looking good, his upper right arm looks a bit weird though.
    Anyways: Keep it up sir!

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    Hello, hello! Looks like you're working well, I like the colours you used in the last pic, Like Surion said there, you might want to look at them arms/hands, but so far so good.

    Keep up the good work! :'D

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    Great work man. Keep it up

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    Hey bro

    Really good to see the Loomis stuff, need whole pages though, draw tits as heads if you have to, lawl. =)

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    You have made good progress from the last time I visited this sketchbook.
    Definitely do more Loomis studies and try to draw more from life, it will really help you get better much faster.
    Keep it up.

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    Surion;
    thank you, glad that you liked my last pencils.
    I was totally relaxed doing that one. I know, this last concept
    is far from good. Maybe I will work on it later.
    Stay tuned.

    Naidy;
    More than honored, when I see your posts here. I will
    try to fix the arms and generally the anatomy. Thank you
    for the tips. I will certainly remember your good deeds.

    Thorne;
    thank you very much.
    Stay close, there will be more.

    Kungfoowiz;
    yo bro!
    I will try to train even harder in the near future.
    Thank you for being with me, I really respect that.

    Emil;
    thank you for your time. I am happy that you have
    visited my sketchbook again. I will surely return the
    favor.


    Not so much today, I feel a little bit f*cked up, and
    tomorrow I will have to do something, something
    about I better not think right now, cause then,
    all will go black.
    Thank you all for supporting me and for viewing my
    drawings/paintings.
    Will catch you all, later.

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    Lol, you made me laugh and that's more than enough for me, you made my evening. =)

    Forms are improving, try to play with your line width too to suggest form as well.

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    I feel that you started to put out more - keep going man, you on the right path!

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    Great batch of sketches, I do believe you're getting better at faces+ detail.

    Though, that said, I really like the sketch of the soldiers too, maybe it's the composition of it?
    I think it'd make a good painting.

    Anyways, keep up the good work mate!

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    Hey, nice sb! Your pencils are looking nice. I really like that drawing of the priests head, the ranges in it are very nice! I would suggest you try to do that with all your drawings, the very dark and light areas really make drawings pop and look nice. Other than just keep up the great work! Ill be back to see more!

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