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    Justinkhuong's New Sketchbook

    PLEASE SEE THE LAST PAGE FOR LATEST STUFF!!!




    Hi everyone! My old SB thread didnt get as much crtis and comments as I want, maybe because my thread has no thumbnail image and there is another thread also named "Justin's sketchbook". So, this is it. My new SB!

    I will post something I've done during the past and my latest work. Please leave me crits and comments for that will make my day! I want to get as much crits as possible!

    Thank you.

    Studies from Matt Dixon's Fantasy Figure Drawing Bibble


    Something scary


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    Here's my today post. It is very bad, I think. I overused the brush strokes and the level of the whole picture is simply off. What do you think?
    Anyway, will do more of this.



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    No ref used, charcoal and pastel:



    Copy, WIP, original by Matt Dixon. I'm a huge fan of his work.


    Try a horror style, WIP, no ref used:





    Please leave comments, and sorry for my bad English
    Nice day!

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    Some updates:









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    really dig your pencils, the horror girl figures hands seem big to me, unless shes supposed to be half monster? her face is great though, good stuff man

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    Thanks Stormrider85. Pencil is my most comfy media

    A portrait for my gf, based on a photo I took. This is 5% finished. I'm working on it, will post updates everyday.


    Some old pages from my sketchbook:













    Some digital craps:







    That's for today. More to come tomorrow.

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    My latest piece, the starting point of a new project









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    Some updates:

    This is a poster I did as a school project, for a Vietnamese Traditional Operetta (The names are just dummy, for fun):




    Some photos:

    Holocaust:






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    Some of my comic stuff:











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    A small update. Photo ref used.

    My best friend, my muse:




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    Hi. What's new in Vietnam? I am sad to hear that your old sketchbook did not get the amount of comments and critics as you expected. I know the feeling, when you waiting so hard to get an advice, help or a bit of someone's attention and they just ignore your work or just ain't ready to spend 2 minutes of their lifetime to encourage you.
    Well, I hope that my post here will brighten up you at least a bit.

    I like your work, and I like your creativity. My favorite work is that horror oriented painting of yours, cause I mostly like that kind of art. However I do not support that you did that without any reference. I think that you are still not on the level to produce and pull out imaginary items from your head so good. You should stick to references till you create a large library of items in your head, that you could use later on. That does not mean that you should never do imaginary, let's say for now, you could do 80 percent referenced and 20 percent imaginary work.

    The angel with blown brain is also great, and the girl that you painted from a photo reference also shows your true art spirit. Shame that I do not speak Vietnamese, to read those comics. Take care now, and keep on posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LtPlissken View Post
    Hi. What's new in Vietnam? I am sad to hear that your old sketchbook did not get the amount of comments and critics as you expected. I know the feeling, when you waiting so hard to get an advice, help or a bit of someone's attention and they just ignore your work or just ain't ready to spend 2 minutes of their lifetime to encourage you.
    Well, I hope that my post here will brighten up you at least a bit.

    I like your work, and I like your creativity. My favorite work is that horror oriented painting of yours, cause I mostly like that kind of art. However I do not support that you did that without any reference. I think that you are still not on the level to produce and pull out imaginary items from your head so good. You should stick to references till you create a large library of items in your head, that you could use later on. That does not mean that you should never do imaginary, let's say for now, you could do 80 percent referenced and 20 percent imaginary work.

    The angel with blown brain is also great, and the girl that you painted from a photo reference also shows your true art spirit. Shame that I do not speak Vietnamese, to read those comics. Take care now, and keep on posting.
    Thanks man. Though I know there's a long way ahead and willing to work in silent, but your words really cheer me up!
    Best wishes

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    Thumbs up

    I second all of what LtPlissken said. You're developing a nice style.

    I'm sure it is hard for people to look through all the SB's here and find time to comment...so hang in there.


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    Jephyr X: Sure man I'm hanging in and will never let go

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    A Bob Marley speed. From mind.



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    A pack of my last few weeks sketch. Lame, I know. But heck yeah! I'm doing this every day!
    Sorry for the smudge and the... uncomfy to the eyes.
    Your crits will always be welcome!
    Cheers!
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    Here we go again my friends!!!!!!

    Some crappy stuff I did today. Drawing is so god damn hard, rendering it up is even harder!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm so bad!!!!! Gotta keep drawing drawing drawing!!!!!!









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    If only i could read your language i would enjoy reading your comics. ( I love comics).
    I really enjoy your epic chello player and your Abstract human form pieces.

    Besides that I agree with previous posts and your right drawing is hard but we love it for a reason . . . Keep posting!

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    great sketchbook!
    your digital stuff is ...awesome!
    agree with maxx biff, would like to be able to read your comic too!

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    Thanks guys! Maybe I will translate them soon, who know?
    Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook
    Cheers!

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    Yea I understand what you mean by not many people commenting on your old sketchbook. I thought conceptart would be a little different with that but I'm also noticing that people aren't commenting as much on my sketchbook as I hoped and I just started it not too long ago. I think the only way people get comments is if they are crazy insanely good and that must take a long time to achieve that level.

    I do agree with LtPlissken. Painted more from life would def help you. I've recently been painting a lot more and I'm noticing a difference. Even if you paint 15 - 30 minutes a day from observation, it is still better than nothing. I also notice that some of your faces have some anatomy issues. Def keep up the anatomy drawings. I'll keep watching your sketchbook.

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    Hey

    Great job on your sketchbook so far. How did you get your color platlete too look like that in that one picture you got of photoshop? I like your stlye and it looks like you still are practing some anatomy and figure drawing. Those tow studies seem to be key sources of knowledge when it comes to making up characters and stuff. I just started really studing those things. I also been drawing of studies from other artist sketchbooks on here so i havent made any posts in my sketchbook for a while. I like your use of natural brushes in photoshop and some of your out of the box styles. Great job and keep it up!

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    Istmin52: Thanks man! Let's fill our sketchbooks with amazing stuff so people will flood us with comments and blow us out hahaha! Keep drawing!

    Joe777k7: Thanks for cheering me up! Cheers!

    Some crap I've just finished. I know they're suck but it's time for me to work a bit. Deadlines're coming up. Shit! Dont know when I can really make a living out of my art.

    A met-art stuff, filled with stupid texture.


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    See you next post!!! Motivate me people!

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    WOW it's been quite a while.
    I've been drawing on and off. Lame, I know. And the reason is, as always, my lack of management skill. I mean, life management.
    I've been doing something I dont really wanna do. For money, yes, but not that much. I'm translating a book, The man who mistook his wife for a hat by Oliver Sacks, in case you wanna know.
    The book drives me crazy.

    Now the deadline is near and I haven't finished half of it yet.
    And there is also my weekly comic commission.
    So, you may say, I'm deep in the shit hole now.
    Anyway I will post something, some mindless sketches. I did these without any real, any serious thinking, at all. I see my mistakes now. I should study, not draw some crap just to post them to forums.
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    That's it. Until next time.
    Cheers!

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    Great new drawings. Sometimes a lack of time can be a real bugger I know, but do not worry, even if the progress is slow the success will still be waiting you at the end of the tunnel

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    Still havent touch my pencil and sketchbook to day. I wanna quit my job so bad
    But I signed the contract!
    &^$%$%^%&^

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    I totally understand what you mean. I'm at work right now and even though it isn't bad, I'd rather be drawing. It's good to see that you keep updating regularly. I think you draw faces well. Just keep working on the figure. I like your cartoon characters.

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    Smile nice!

    You've got some beautiful stuff in the works, your digital work is so wonderfully coloured - and I love your traditional. You're very good at drawing faces, especially. I would like to see some different body types, who knows, it could be helpful... (that's something I should work on too, I think)

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    Istmin52: Thanks man! Yea I just doodle faces all the time. My work of translating book and graphic design are not really that bad but since I just wanna draw all day so... I end up everyday pretty much miserable. Anyway will do more figures.
    LemonTwist: Thanks so much! Yes I will definitely do some figures tonight. They will be from Matt Dixon's book coz I love his work so much.
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    Here are some quick color sketch, nothing fancy. They suck. I hate them. LOL.





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    No, these last ones do not suck, I do not know why are you saying that. Actually they are looking good, the first one is good because you managed to define the head shapes so nicely with shadows and the 2nd one has a great colors in it.

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