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    a still life after some project work. colour sucks in it but need to get back to work :/


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    a train study and some sculpture drawings.

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    some bad life drawings.:/ was trying new stuff out which helped me muck up the proportions abit. oh well.
    there are also alittle bit more stuff based on skulls again. was painting into photos and messing around with shapes etc. so inspired by Andrew Jones at the moment if you cant tell. ha

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    Those life drawings look great!

    The skull/cam mash-up is pretty cool, wouldn't mind seeing some more experiments like that.
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    thanks Koto! yeh been messing around with skulls alot last week. still yet to burn some screens yet but need to wait until i got enough stuff to print first.

    thanks DAnka!

    went to an event called short and sweet recently. its about short films. they show some great stuff. makes me wana do more animation!
    im also still going on the on the self portraits. done 83 so far.

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    works is treating me like crap. :/

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    need to do some more finished stuff soon. why does animation take soo long. its killing all my time :/
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    nice studies, try taking your time and seeing what makes the things look the way they do. it helps. Keep up the hard work!

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    The life drawings are looking very solid, keep it up and come down to the V&A again!

    Is that a Benjamin Zhang print on your wall?
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    thanks Krato! will try that man

    thanks koto. yeh man think i might try and make it down tomorrow for abit (or today even).
    oh yeh that a benjamin painting. his stuff is just awesome! got loads of signed stuff from him

    some character design work. proportions ant great but i got the stuff i wanted to work out down. :/

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    had to work loads on the weekend. i hate working at nights

    also started to paint on my iphone which is weird. i need to get a stylus. its way to hard with fingers. :/

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    I felt so wierd looking though your thread, because your irl pencils strokes seem just like mine... really strange comment I know . heh you're better though.

    On the critique side you are having some leg troubles.
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    the characterdesign/illustration is coming along nice
    with the still life you have the same problem like me: you do sketchy brushstrokes. try to get it down right away! if it doesnt work, undo and try again will make it looks much better.
    keep it up

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    Great sketches dude, nice figure work

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