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    I like the pencils of the chinese guy. The TV sketches also look pretty cool. I prefer the woman in the black dress and the girl with the coat in this one: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...4&d=1262799264
    Pretty neat work! Keep it up! And yeah, Painter is the best software in the world. If it would run as smoothly and stable as photoshop I would never get off my computer again
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    Mate, your doing good! Diggin the bedsheet hand and the walking man / moon study.

    Keep rockin!
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    Hello Witcrack, and thanks for dropping by the ol' sketchbook.

    I really enjoy the work you are producing, very fascinating and intriguing. Hits a lot of psychological points, which I always enjoy something that makes you think as you observe. On top of that excellent draftsmanship and painting skills help elevate these into very high notch work!

    Keep up dude, I'll be watching
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arestocrat
    And yeah, Painter is the best software in the world. If it would run as smoothly and stable as photoshop I would never get off my computer again
    Haha yeah, I agree with that. And thank you for your appreciation, Ares.

    Krel: Thank you, mate. Keep rockin', you too.

    Crazy Dude: Hey there, thanks for your feedback! What a compliment, i doubt if i do deserve that but i really glad and appreciate you said that thank you, thank you! Keep yourself up too. I'm loving your stuff as well Hey! I actually did studies again last night after seeing your stuffs. Seriously! I'll post them up tonight after i scanned them.

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    And here's what i did some nights ago, extracting that old crayons from the messy compound that is my shelves (), I might do crayons again sometimes, the smell of it brings me back to childhood
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    And this one for the DSG, (3 hours) and failed to fit that passengers :
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    Love the crayon drawing, your developeing some nice drafting skills, keep it all comeing!

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    Dy.laneA: Thank you for visiting my SB thread and for the kind compliment . I'll keep 'em coming! Cheers.

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    Some of my recent studies, here i'm learning values, anatomy and basic 3D shapes again. I still have a lot to learn here. Oh and, i can't draw a perfect circle!

    Still-life, without reference (I should do one with reference):
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    My motorcycle's engine, sketched while waiting it being repaired at the mechanic workshop
    (What's "mechanic workshop" in English, anyway? , Anyone can tell me?):
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    These are more like studies of values than anatomy, but i actually meant to learn both,
    here's one without references:
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    And here's one using a photo reference that i drew just now. Bad idea there, on its hand, should've made it with simpler and bigger shapes :
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    and here's the reference: http://stevensadmissions.typepad.com...7/mom_pose.jpg, she's nice looking, by the way .

    That's all for now. How about some comments and/or critics, guys? I would love to hear some
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    Wow man you you became better really fast!very nice keep posting

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    Nice stuff here witcrack!
    Your stuff from imagination is both disturbing and awesome!

    Keep going!
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    sweet stuff man! The anatomy from imagination looks pretty solid, respect for that.
    For the still life: I would suggest you do one from reference instead of imagination. Your value looks pretty good, but you should focus on the cast shadows and edges (lost&found, hard and soft ones) a lot more. This is where real life comes into play. Hope that helps you a bit!
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    Really like your sketches Witcrack! Particularly the scarecrows.

    I'm also a fan of that there Ram Spider . Keep up the great work!

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    The anatomy/value robots looks awesome! Keep it up duder
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    What krel said.
    Everything is better with dinosaurs.

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    nice basic practices~ cheers~ keep your way~~~

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    Great work! I like your idea of drawing what you see from fashion on tv Keep up the studies!

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    Some awesome looking studies there, I enjoy the way you put together the figure from your mind.

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