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    Plumber's sketchbook - from the sewage

    I've been lurking around the forums for quite some time, but haven't had the heart to post anything - now I'll just take the leap and start a sketchbook thread in hopes of greater motivation. Any kind of criticism is mostly welcome and will be received and applied in best intentions of self-betterment.

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    I looked at your drawings over and over, trying to find something to give constructive criticism, but so far nothing popped up... Impressive work there, great start man.

    Hope to see more from you, soon .

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    i love the way you shade man, i am trying to learn how to shade like that too, this got me inspired to study more and try something like this, great work you have here man, i hope to see more of your work soon, keep it up. =)

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    Beautiful portraits! Update soon please. ♥ Really love the last one.

    If you have the time, please stop by my sketchbook, Chock Full o'Nuts.
    I would appreciate any advice or critiques.
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    Sweet stuff in here. I would study some head construction stuff-but I think you have a pretty solid understanding of all that. I love all the form you dish out. Keep postin!

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    Hello Plumber, this is a great / promising start!. I'm in love with the first portrait.
    If I had to say something with the barrel of a gun pushing down my nape and some kind of Al Capone shouting in my ear "...say something!!" I would say be careful with the right eye, from the top left in 4th and 7th portrait, and with the left eye in 6th, it seems that there has been a tiny problem with perspective and symmetry and you have been dealing with it. I have to say that I have the exactly same problem drawing eyes from 3/4 point of view. Anyway I think yours are better than mine!

    Please go ahead, I´ll be waiting more!

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    Carbono: Thanks, your wish is my command!

    Chocolate: Thanks man!

    DKHutcheson: Thank you very much, glad you like it!

    Sirkenneth: Thanks for the input! Yes, there's a lot of wonkiness going on in my stuff, working on it!

    Raúl.Arbeloa: Thanks, the first one is my favourite of the bunch as well
    Thanks for pointing out the eye-issue, I have to pay special attention to that one.


    Here's some practice stuff, without reference (as are the ones above)... Trying to improve my figures and develop a good way to construct them (other people's methods don't seem to work out for me). Trying to get a feel for the bigger bulks before delving into more detailed anatomical studies.
    Got inspired by Mr. Mentler's thread, and stole a few ideas from him.

    Any input is held in HIGH regard!

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    lovely works

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