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    hi, I'm 19 and these are my sketches. thanks for looking! do please leave a crit or just say hi.


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    The old man with the axe ist great! I love your rendering.
    I'm looking forward to see more of your amazing sketches.
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    Really digging what you've got so far, The anatomy and proportions on the first 3 ladies looks really good, but the old man seems off, though i think its intentional. No real crits for you yet, just keep on posting as often as you can so we can get a good look at your work.

    I look forward to more, keep it up!
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    I love the way you handle line work and the pencil. I'll be watching you!
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    the last one is really great.. awesome pencil work!
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    Hey thanks for dropping by my SB. I'm just here to say Hi though. Your pencil control is very nice. I would can't wait to see more recent drawings.
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    WOH! GREAT quality in these! As the others said before
    Want to see more new stuff, too!
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    i also like the last sketch, his arms look like those flexible rubber figures with the wire inside tho, he needs bones to swing that axe man!
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    Hey Papervampire, really great start to your sketchbook, keep that pencil moving! A few things, your nose and lips seem to be a tad to close together. Don't forget to practice foreshortening of the arms and legs when you draw. Its really important that you practice this also, it will help you when creating dynamic poses. Keep it up.
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    Hi Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook You have an excellent start here. Those are superb figures by my standards. I am certainly looking forward to more of your work Thanks again.
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    man that sketch of the old man is so good! you render so well, something I need to practice a lot of, thanks for stopping by my sb btw!
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    Melfey - thanks a lot!
    AustenFM - thanks man you're right about the old man. his arms are silly!
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    Jesus Food - haha thanks. yeah his arms suck, he has no elbows. i should remember never shade if the lines are borked.
    Darktwin- love your work! thanks for the tips, you're right of course.
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    Amazing stuff so far! I would like to see you practice in color, though.
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