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    Thanks for returning the favor of my sketchbook,
    looking back thru your sketchbook i notice some great improvements. well done sir.
    So many pages! your inspiring me. thankyou

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    how are you buddy, the mix between animals and human face as creative portrait
    really awesome i like it, those bodies study also creative especially the old heros LOL

    fat girls sometime been sexy if you draw it in the nice way and your mood was great to do like these nice studies

    keep it up and we keep our eyes on you LOL '' there is a movie i just forgot the title
    when the first actor say toward the other one '' I watching you!!!''

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    I like how you've presented your sketches

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    hey, even the figures are stylized watch the part from knee till feet, in comparison to the rest of the body this part is very small.

    love the stuff from 11.4. -funny.
    keep em up
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    Actually subject matter doesn't matter that much to me - learning technique does. When all your pictures are dark it only shows one bit of your technique. Painting with a lighter palette and still getting the shock value in is something you could work on. The juxtaposition can make a picture all the more shocking. Having everything dark all the time is sort of boring after a while. Although it might mean you have to give more time to getting it right. Paint lighter - you might like it.


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    heavy lead the back looks well like a really good starting point to me.. seems to feel the most natural drawing. keep watching those small anytomical errors.. like the thick neck in that athletic girl!

    keep posting them and start ur fucking oils ;D. make the grannies proud !!

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    suhweeet the last update is great-- i see you're exercising both profile views and the exploration of body types joe pesci says hi lol.

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    I have to say, the paintings where you've merged a human and an animal are excellent! They're very well done, and fun to look at. Please do more of those.
    Keep up the great work. Very nearly at 40 pages, grats.

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    I just love the quality of your posts man. You really think deep and type your feelings out. I feel like you're one of the most high quality posters on this forum. Also the character designs you made look awesome, and with no reference? AHHH!!

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    hell yea Plissken! great character sheets! -as others have mentioned, they seem to be a bit off balance, but other than that your progressing at a solid pace! you will be a master in no time at all!! keep it up good sir!!

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    SNAAAAAAAAAKE!?
    your profiles are about to fall over, don't do that.
    It is much clearer to read when people use 1 wrong line than it is if they use 5 wrong lines and 1 right line or 428 tiny chicken scratch lines that intersect where an accurate line would be if you were a genius.
    My advice would be: use understructure slam it down wild and loose. Then for every line, put the pecil down once, and don't lift it till the line is done, and don't scratch the page like it's a lottery ticket.

    Its cool to see how many people you have collected. Even cooler to see that your still going man!

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    Awesome, thanks internet for the scrumptious double post.

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    Did you slant those side viewed figures on purpose? The proportion still needs work unless you are heading for a cartoony look. And keep in mind the rhythm of the form (the athletic girl's legs are longer than the upper half of her body because the athletic girl has her legs spread out, this also causes a change in proportion as her legs' length are deviated. But your image has the proportion is as if she had not spread her legs: the form is divided evenly by half from top of head to top of male genitals, or bottom of female genitals, to bottom of heels. Of course I speak from a standpoint of a perfectionist, and don't take my words for granted as I am still an amateur).

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    Looking cool, pal. Some proportion and balance problems on those characters, as people already noted. Anyway, good to seeing you still going hard!

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    Cool characters mate!

    If you get a double post then just go to edit and delete your post... its as easy as that I always do it.

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    Hey there friend! ^_^ How are you doing?)
    I see your love for women is even stronger than ever)
    You can try doing some photo studies to make your sweeties even more sexier!)))
    Hope to see more work from you! ^_^

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    Hey!
    Someone told me I should update again recently.
    I can't help but remind of him right now, right here
    *pokes Plissken gently with a slightly sharp stick*

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    Snaaaake Plissken.


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    I like the Old Front and Old Side guy! He has a lot of character

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    plissken try this website http://www.iscribble.net/

    contain chatting and drawing online have fun

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    Fuck yea!

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    yesterday, God came to me in a dream and told me that if I don't become a comic book artist, he has decreed that I shall instead be a burlesque dancer.
    And I said, "But God, nice panties are so expensive!"
    And he said, "Welp, I suppose you better shut up and draw."


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    I don't want to know, which level you would have achieved if you had not to type in here tons and tons of answering words. It's like procrastinating the next milestone, but it seems to be part of your growing process. :-)

    I really think, that you could be one of the few who could achieve another skill level in drawing faster by accelerating the drawing process and allow the mistakes, even provoking the mistakes.

    This could be achieved by time pressure (posemaniacs, but better use preferred reference material and an own timer) or maybe a scribbling by mistaking the line. Your intuition will be guiding the pen as soon as you unleash your hand. It's like you want to avoid mistakes (e.g. in proportions) until yesterday and WANT TO make mistakes by increasing the speed of the pen on the paper. I don't know, how to give a better explanation of this

    1st draw fast, no fear, accept every mistake (it's only a prestep!)
    2nd correction with overpainting or new harder lines

    instead of the often seen

    1st draw slow
    2nd look
    3rd draw slow
    4th look
    5th draw slow
    ...and so on.

    Mike Matessi published two books on this forcing stuff and will publish a 3rd one in May with animal stuff.

    Anyway: Keep on having fun here and during your creative process. I'm looking forward to see the stuff, your mind still created.

    All others: Be aware of this ...umm drawing creature and don't feed him with input - he's biting. ;-)

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    where r updates ?

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    Looks like some good daily training
    You manage to draw very accurately without refs I see ^^

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    good characters.. !

    tho again i got 1 crit that counts for them all i guess.. it seems they hold there weapons strangely.. i mean.. they stand quite relaxst tho there weapon is aiming high.. that means they should flex some muscles.. tho we can't see that. keep that in mind.. lifting a weapon aint that easy, as they are normally quite heavy. so those ppl should flex there muscles to lift them.. and if they are in a resting pose they don't raise there weapons they point to the ground.. that will give u a more natural feel to the entire pose i guess.. but that just my amateur look at it .. good updates..

    and u aint lazy.. u spend a lot of time on this forum and reading and replaying with usefull posts that make ppl like u!! that means u aint lazy so just pick up the fucking oils and start with them.. paint some gore, voilence and sex!!!

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    Hello sir! thx for stoping by! Great sketchbook! u remind me of a friend from high school, who loved to draw such sado-masochistic pieces like yours love the human-animal fusions, great idea!

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    it's really nice to see the daily exercises in this update a change from the usual boobies and such :3 you should post more of the still lifes, etc. anyway

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    nice pencil work man! your values are getting alot better!

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