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    I see I have a lot to catch up on. I think your rendering and work with textures has gotten a lot better since I last trotted in to look at your work. As to what someone else mentioned about the flatness of faces and heads, I think more rigid and boring construction work on plain heads would probably help there.
    As always full of imagination and fun to read. Love it.

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    what a fine collection of ref heads you have there! I think I recognise quite a few already. the drawing of the lady looking down; bottom page of the page left above the refs is really good and almost sweet!
    your asses are getting good. too. might need to study some feet though.

    >>SKETCHBOOK. you'll visit me. I'll visit you, we'll have a tea party. with arts and shit. it'll be dreamy. stop by.
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    When studying from life or even a photo, switch off the part or your brain that tells you what your eyes are seeing, and give more room for perceiving what you see as an object in three dimensional space. Use linework to draw out the form, and fields of values to build the light, mass and form.
    The comic was hilarious.
    Keep it with the studies.

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    Oh mama that few pages of your own comic style looks awesome and it really
    interesting to look to your ideas , the end really funny I like it .

    The faces really good , you've done it in the nice way to give each
    face an unique characteristic features . I like those study too .

    man you are really master in your style .

    keep it up my friend .

    qlotzan Rafid

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    http://www.collegehumor.com/video/65...t-shot-edition

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    Quote Originally Posted by LtPlissken View Post
    Jephyr
    Friendship is the greatest thing in this community,
    and I am very glad that you are here to support me
    each and every time. If you ever come to Yugoslavia,
    I will take you to a free hamburger, we have an excellent
    seller for those under one bridge in my vicinity. And
    I will buy you 2 beers. So happy that you cheered me
    up with your visit, and I am happy to know that you
    are 100 percent, just like the Terminator was before
    he melted away into the hot lava.
    Me BROTHER! I am so gonna take you up on that...and of course return the favor when you completely loose your mind and wanna visit the cruel dry world us desert rats inhabit (speaking of hot lava)! hahahaha Glad to cheer yee my compadre!

    Poor, poor Hero of the Day!!! Poor little feller! awwwwww

    ok...enough of that...sooooo...yer figures in dur comic are lookin good and yer a master of hair! Your lettering is cool too.

    Have you ever seen r crumbs work? And do you know Dali? Your mining some of the same...ummmmm...veins they did...but in yer own style of course!

    Itz great to see all the face studies too!

    Keep tearing it up man!




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    I'm going to agree with AckermannPhilip. When you draw a head or other body bits, imagine they're in a box. A head has four sides, draw them as if they do, not as a flat 2 dimensional rendering. If normal still lives don't interest you, do rat traps, hand cuffs, dead animals etc, anything but do it from life.

    Super hero with small dick was amusing.


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    Heeey! =) Lull at the comic =) I hope to see more stories from you, I liked the shading in these pieces =) Has a nice shine to it which I quite liked =)

    Would LOVE to see some more Hershey stuff from you, that was my favourite of your works =) Anyways, keep drawing! =) Cheers man =)

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    Hahaha, sweet comic mate, made me giggle. Great to see that you're always pushing your art.

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    Agnes;
    I like it when my asses are getting better and better,
    cause I am working on them almost every day. I will
    try to turn things to feet studies. I love to study a
    female feet. Thank you for visiting and encouraging.
    You are a real gold.

    Markus;
    I will try to switch my brain off and think
    in 3D, thank you for the advice and for
    coming here from time to time to
    support me. Cheers.

    Rafid;
    You are always here to keep me brave and strong
    my friend. I am so happy. Those links to the video
    clips are hilarious, especially that one with Sub-Zero
    and Scorpion, hahaha, thank you for cheering me
    up over and over again.

    Jeff;
    Well, I am pretty close to lose my mind.
    I never saw r crumbs work, and I am not sure,
    do you mean Salvador Dali? I think that I
    checked the guy out, his work is brutal.
    I just do not know how to thank you
    for being with me all the time.
    I guess I will rise my treat on 2 hamburgers
    and 4 beers.

    Black Spot;
    I will follow your advices Mr. Spot.
    Thank you for helping frequently.
    I am happy that you symphathize with
    the superhero.

    Edward;
    You reminded me of Hershey.
    I will do something new with her.
    Those were one of my first stories and
    ideas. I will do something about that.
    Thank you for coming and for
    supporting me everytime.

    Sony;
    Thank you for the visit
    and for the support my friend.

    Ludic;
    Thank you.
    Stick around, there should
    be some more tits and gore.

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    and share my drawings, and I wan to thank you
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    My comment will be much more serious and simple I wish but I'm tired at the moment. I think I've posted way too much on CA in the last days. Instead of drawing.
    Nice variety. I like the sexy ass and legs in the first one, the curvy little houses, some faces, the two figure holding weapons... The painted one has a nice look but the belly is lit incorrectly if it's supposed to be a human. I could totally handle much more colorful stuff from you
    (the little story of Mr. super small dick hero was funny in the end not for him though, I guess)

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    Ninja;
    Thank you for your attention and for your
    suggestions my dear. You are the only one
    who replied, so I will give you a gift because of
    this. I inherited a big rubber boat from my father.
    He bought it in 1984. The boat goes with full
    equipment, and its performances are beyond
    describable. It is yours. I will give it to
    you as a present as soon as you come
    down to visit me.
    Thank you for everything.

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    Those legs up there are awesome!

    I really like the tower concepts - but maybe you can warp the brick texture a bit? So that it fits the ... roundness of the form, which usually bends backwards (if it's not a flat surface).
    Right now, it seems to already follow the perspective (like we see it from a lower point of view), but the bricks are not going backwards. I hope you know what I mean, not really easy to explain in English...

    The colors are really nice, I like the rusty atmosphere.

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    when you try adding a textures to your artworks, that will allow you to paint on the
    solid matter that help you to understand the light and shade in the right way .

    The sketches goes on the right track . I like the smiling faces even have to add
    more study on muscles of face. But I still like what you draw , because every
    piece of your artwork show your feelings in right way .

    keep it up again and again my good friend. " The Sex Master".

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    The tower doesn't have that much form and some of the shadows are weird. The texture of the bricks look pasted on. The light through the windows does not match the sky. Now go and make it in paper mache, paint it, light it properly and then draw it.


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    LOL!! you have a very strange brain going on my mate!! you are an absolute joy to my tired eyes superhero made me laugh out loud good and propper buddy it was well funny!

    I rather like the tower and wouldnt suggest doing anything with it as Im not sure what its for, is it just a pic or are you illustrating something?

    Oh and by the way we never "keep the beers warm" nice beers are nurtured in the fridge mate, the crisp strong flavours are much berret from the fridge...................... speaking of which im off fro one now! see you later bud...... (sounds of running feet and a fridge door opening)........ glug glug!

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    Awesome background colour choices on that castle piece man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LtPlissken View Post

    Jeff;
    Well, I am pretty close to lose my mind.
    I never saw r crumbs work, and I am not sure,
    do you mean Salvador Dali? I think that I
    checked the guy out, his work is brutal.
    I just do not know how to thank you
    for being with me all the time.
    I guess I will rise my treat on 2 hamburgers
    and 4 beers.
    Meee BROTHER!!

    I kinda meant your art has more of is more of a kindred spirit with crumb and Dali (yes Salvador) rather than your individual styles.

    crumb does almost exclusively pen and ink. Check some of his schtuff here: crumb google image search.

    Here's one of many from Dali.

    Both of them tackled all kinds of subjects many artists fear or shy away from...a lot of it highly sexually charged.

    Thanks as always for your visits over my way...glad we can support each other...I'll def take you up on the burgers and beers some day...and yer welcome here anytime for the same and more!!

    Lovin your latest pencils and that tower is REALLY cool! Are the bricks a texture? Either way it looks amazing!

    Ciao fer now my friend!


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    It's nice to see you're still doing a lot of studies and mixing things up You're getting really good at textures! But perhaps push your light/shadow contrast on the tower a bit more, to give it a more round shape. I'm never good at pushing values myself tho, it's always easier said than done i guess But keep up the great work!

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    wow. snake. you are evolving. more this kinda stufff moooooaaar!

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    Haha "betrayed traitor"... also outpost was mad, keep at it.
    What an 84´love boat huh.

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    That was a sad day for the super hero. The head studies are nice, just watch out for the proportions. The tower looks good. Like the mood of it. I really like the way you shade your sketches.
    Btw slumber party sounds like a plan XD. Say hi to sylvester stallone for me. Get some womanizing tips from him when you are on it XP.

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    I havent visited this Sketchbook in a while!!! Seems like you've been keeping yourself busy. Nice nice. Liked the betrayed traitor one. Are you planning to work on it?

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    Lyraina;
    I am still new into environment concepting, and I
    was trying to achieve a more realistic effect with
    wrapping that texture around the object. You noticed it right,
    it does not really follow the curves of the object, and I was aware
    of that, but I did not know how to fit it better. They say that you
    have to use some 3D software to achieve the right results, so I
    am far behind, I have to put my hands on some new tools and to
    make things more realistic if I want to improve.
    I want to thank you for being so kind to visit
    and to share your opinion with me.

    Rafid;
    I am studying from time to time, faces, objects,
    environments, I am totally in the game now. I want
    to continue to improve, I do not want to quit.
    Thank you for being here all the time, you
    are one of the best support that I get lately.
    Sex Master, hahaha, I like that title.

    Black Spot;
    But how? The light through the window does match
    the background sky. The sky is on a different layer,
    and if I make the tower layer to disappear, you will see the
    sky has those color. Tricky thing, tricky thing. Either
    way, I am aware of the mistakes that I made, so I will
    aim to learn from them and to improve even more. Thank
    you for helping me out all the time Mrs. Spot.

    Lightship;
    I do have a very strange brain, and sometimes
    it’s real hard to live with that. But on the positive
    side, there are some benefits. I am happy that you
    like the mini comic, and even more happier that you
    like the Red Outpost illustration. Well, it started like,
    I wanted to do some environment painting, cause I did
    those the less in my past, and I found my pencil page
    with those tower and building designs, so I have chosen
    that one to color and to render it. No special planning
    in forth, just took it and painted it. I was thinking about the
    tower, like it’s on a high tree, it’s a guard house, an outpost
    the first line which will be hit, when the enemy attacks.
    But it’s abandoned now for a few decades. That is the
    story behind that painting. I have to keep the beer warm,
    I know it sounds strange, but my body just cannot handle
    cold fluids lately. I hope that you managed to get to the
    fridge, and that you are drinking now. Thanks for
    the encouraging words and for the cheerup mate.

    Sushy;
    Thank you very much my dear.

    Star Eater;
    Thank you my friend. I hope you are doing fine.

    Jeff;
    I went through some of Salvador Dalis work
    and I have to say that I am fully inspired now.
    And I am posting your work that you have approved,
    wiiiii, thanks for that mate, your art have a very
    positive effect on us all.

    Lieve;
    I like to mix things up. Mixing things
    up was my middle name in highschool.
    The texture things is something that I am
    still learning, thank you for the tips and
    for the help.

    Ram;
    Thank you my friend, thanks
    for the support and for encouraging me
    all the time.

    Liberty;
    That was my childhood, that’s a drawing
    that I did when I was 10 years old, I am mega
    happy that at least someone likes the sickness.
    Thanks for being here.

    Sin Eater;
    Thanks for the visit mate,
    Stallone is already here,
    and we are waiting for you.

    Gautham;
    I am very glad to see you again my ol’ friend.
    Betrayed traitor is a cool one, haha,
    I did it as a child, I do not think that I
    am going to take it to the next level.
    Thanks for visiting.

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    Rafid (qlotzan) dedicated this drawing
    to me, so I want to publish it here.
    Thank you very much my friend;

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    Visit Rafid's sketchbook, there are
    some magnificent drawings and paintings there;
    qlotzan's sketchbook




    Jeff (JephyrX) created this wonderful, adorable
    female body, and he give me an approval to post it in my sketcbook
    Thank you very much Jeff;


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    Visit Jeff's sketchbook, there is
    some beauty that you rarely see in life;
    Jeff's sketchbook

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    Necro Priest will watch over us tonight;

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    That female...it's...it's...GORGEOUS!!

    Seriously I'm so glad you like her and your paint over takes her to the next level for sure!! Glad we can cross pollinate (in a manly-man way) and inspire each other!!

    And seeing Rafid (qlotzan)'s dedication it looks like I'm not the only one you've inspired.

    And I'm so glad you revisited Dali. I have three books with most of his images from the time to he started until he died in his 80's. Love him!!

    Necro Priest is awesome!!

    Stay thirsty my friend!

    Oh...and thanks for the link and kind words about my lil ole sb!


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    Oh, I didn't know you need 3d software for this, sorry!
    I must confess I didn't experiment with textures much so far (so much to learn yet!). But there must be some 2s solution! <starts thinking>
    Do you use photoshop? The liquify tool might be worth a try. Tell me, if you find a good solution though

    I do like the necro priest. You really do an awesome job keeping hold of 'that special mood' in your paintings. They hold together very well. He does look kind of sad, though.. almost want to hug him. Almost.

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    Good job with your new painting. However you could use some more reference of skulls. Keep pushing ;]

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