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    This last one is good, but the head is too small as wingal says, and kind of looks like it's floating...


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    @cannibalcarnivale: Yeah, I agree, it was very bizarre. I scrapped that. Tell me what you think of this one! (:

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    You're putting down some good fundamentals on human anatomy. I would start doing some things from nature as well.

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    Really liking the progress you've made. That last piece is looking really nice, I like the overall design of the character. I think you should work it up with some tones, if you hadn't already planned on it. Keep it up!

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    @KJamesJR: Thanks, man!

    @jhowell: Thanks! Yeah, I've been planning on fully painting it, i just need a little time ):

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    I like this latest one better. torso seems a bit too long in comparison to the legs but the costume detail is fantastic.

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    I'm here from Group #6.

    The detail is great - especially on the bra/upper part of the corset, but the eyes are uneven and the mouth is on crooked. Also, something looks off about her foot. YOur proportions are otherwise good, though.

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    Thanks for the input, guys! I really appreciate it.

    It's been a while since I last updated this thread, so here's a big dump of stuff (:

    The first two are storyboard pages for a friend's short movie, which has been put on hold. There are a few random drawings, portraits, other storyboards and even a few pages from a graphic novel which was also put on hold.

    Cya!

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    Here's my entry to the International Self Portrait day:

    André's Sketchbook, where he learns to draw and paint

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    I really like that self portrait? May I ask how long it took?

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    Thanks, man! I worked on it from 1 am to 5 am and when I woke up at 1pm I worked on it until 4pm. So, I guess around 7~8 hours (:

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    ^^ ye nice entry. def need to take the time and leave through this thread!
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    Opa!

    Já tinha visto seu sketchbook antes, bacana demais tua evolução. Parabéns, cl0aked!

    E eu acho que te "conheço" do fórum da hangarnet, hehe.

    Você tá fazendo algum curso ou apenas estudando por conta própria?

    Abs e continue postando!
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    Shiz`s Sketchbook
    Thank you!

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    nice sketchoob man, your storyboards are great and nice selfportrait

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    Nice flow to the brushstrokes in the self portrait, pretty cool sequential stuff going on too

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