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    pepitolo's sketchbook, comments welcome Update on 23/10/09

    hello there, I start this thread to have an other good reason to work my drawing skills after work. I hope i'll be able to post regulary.


    Here is the first contribution, some sketches done in painter,
    for the animals i've corrected them by using some reference.
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    That monkey is very good! But I think there's something wrong about your hyena. Maybe it's a bit blurry. Keep posting, you have a good talent!

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    here is a study ofone of the biggest master ( according to me) Sargent that i haven't finish, but it's late and i need to go to sleep.

    thks for comment, the hyena is a little bit more in a carton style, it's maybe why it was difficult for me to finished it.

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    new version of the study, to me the render is to smooth, i need to be more instinctive.
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    little sketch tonight, as usual comment crits advise , etc are welcome
    I have always been frightened by the clown
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    some new stuff

    here 's some of my yesterday night work, crits & comments welcome, as usual.
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    hope you'll enjoy it.

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    Nice start on this SB! I love monkeys! You can never go wrong with monkeys in your SB! Now post more!

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    I love post #4. You have a good sense of variation in your warm and cool values in the vest, great work! Too bad about the hand though; it looks like his arm ends in a stump. Keep updating!

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    post6

    B-man: thanks for comments, I like monkeys too, so let's go for more monkeys

    dierat: thanks, if i work again on the post4 i'll try to do something on the foreground hand...you're right, there's a bad lisibility

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    sketching monkeys again (and kinkajou)
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    and an old study of a part of Debat-ponsan work: "massage au hammam"
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    tres jolie travail sur le "massage au hammam" vieux, j'ai bien aim'e les etudes des animaux. continue comme ca

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    nice stuff, keep them coming

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    miycko, Yor, thanks for comment, merci pour les commentaires.

    here is some new skecthes
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    two more tradi sketches:

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    Dude, this is awesome! Sweet animal studies. And paintings were great too Sorry, no crits from me this time.

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    scorpion007:thanks for comment, you 'll find crits next time i'm sure,

    here are some test on OC
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    some new studies and sketches

    here are a couple of new works,

    greyhound sketches both from observation and imagination, to wait for more pushed study,
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    and a couple of just married friends.
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    see you guys

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    Nice sketches, try to make stuff less wobbly and tighten the shapes.
    Looking forward to seeing more!

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    some nice heads and character studies! love the african woman ( ?) painting! Chupacabra has some good feedback to consider! keep up the good work!

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    Very good pencil & line work.

    The two previous comments by my esteemed colleagues are a little bit vague to me: I think that the drawings all function well as exploratory sketches; that's where you get to experiment and be as imperfect as you like, as long as you're figuring out what needs figuring out.

    As a "working, but professionally submitted" concept, maybe some quick value editing in Pshop could define the Sept 2nd "tusked creature" a bit in terms of volume and readability. If that were the case.

    However, the dogs and your married freinds drawing are as dead-on as I could imagine. Same with the child & tree, and lizard. The others just look like things quickly noted, which is all they're trying to be.

    And...I'm crazy about that Hyena!

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    Great animal studies... I really like your style

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    some new stuff

    Chupacabra, kevinwueste, rusko-berger and Elophant:thx guys for your comment, i'll try to keep them in mind for my futur works.there's some amazing works in your E-sketchbooks

    hope you'll like these new stuff

    The human figure drawing session has started again this week, here are sample, poses about 10 mn:
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    and some other sketches
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    all the comments are always welcome,
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    some new stuff

    Hi all, here are some of my last scribbles:
    the greyhound:
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    and some research for an illustration for a french trial.
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    hope you'll like,
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    hey dude, really good stuff, pencils and computer stuff.
    keep posting
    any environments??

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    Looking good, the greyhounds are great. Keep it up!

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