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    Great Pictures i like.

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    Nice sketches man, painting is looking good just keep on studying and post more.. you are doing good man.

    My sketchbook.

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    oh man ich war grad voll verwirrt als auf Seite zwei plötzlich der Sprung drin war leistungstechnisch ...hat ne ganze weile gedauert bis ich drauf gekommen bin, dass da mehr als ein Jahr dazwischen nichts gepostet wurde ^^ ...hast klasse zugelegt schön weiter so !

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    @Mihkhelm2: Thank you. ^^

    @strangedawn: Thanks. I will keep on working hard.

    @Partisan: Danke. In den nächsten Wochen und Monaten werd ich noch viel schneller Fortschritte machen. Ich meinen Drive wiedergefunden

    A random doodle and some crappy unfinished studies from life.
    I think i did learn a lot between the spoons an the melon thing.

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    A bunch of sketches i did today.

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    hi, thank for your comment, i study some bridgman but it' s dificult, if you have exercises your some brigdman, can you give me please?^^ sorry for my bad english

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    @smael: Just search for "Bridgman"on Amazon. You will find a lot of purchasable books to study from.

    Some of the sketches i did today.

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    Some pencil sketches, and two digis.

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    I think you understood the most important...volumes, work from life, anatomy, I can say " more"....I can maybe add, more contrast, you post two portraits, one of morgan freeman, try once to have a light gray everywhere, draw darkers shadows then do highlights with an eraser.... in a way to create "homogeneity" in your drawing...

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    @dessinateurimpulsif:
    Thank you i feel the improvement too
    Thanks for the advice according to the portraits, I already searched for a kind brownish paper to avoid that problemn an add some light with a white pencil, but i couldn't find something that fitted my ideas.

    Here are some sketches and anatomy studies I did last week ( used a lot of ref. from algenpflegers stuff)

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    I love the movement in your gesture drawings. It's inspiring to see all your improvement over the course of this sketchbook!

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    thanks for looking at my sb!
    and great stuff btw! youv'e drawn alot. good work

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    Hey Elophant thanks for your kind words in my Sketchbook. You've made great progress in yours and I really like your cartoon heads and imagination. There's a great sense of fun and energy in your drawings which is great. I especially liked this little cartoon.

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    I agree with Marian - great progress you're making here. You are working on all the key things, anatomy, bridgman, still life, a little bit of colour and some sketches from imagination. Just keep on building up that visual library and good luck!

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    @Pilmon46:Thank you I'm doing my best. A lot of the gesture drawings are studies btw.

    @tronrobot: Thanks ^^

    @Marian Rowling:: Thank you very much for the nice words.

    @ThomasM: Yes I will keep working hard .. well actually it is less work than fun .. but jah ..I guess you know what i mean ^^

    Bunch of sketches I did the last 3 days.

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    Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook! You have some nice figure studies here! Keep practicing human anatomy to get your proportions right.

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    Wow that's really good stuff. I like your cartooned faces, they have loads of "spunk" (or character... not really sure how to describe it). One thing that i see is that on a couple of the more realistic drawings the chins/jaws seem to be out of proportion to the rest of the face. (IMO)

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    Hey! Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook and the kind words. It's possible that you did see me on youtube with Matt Archambault but maybe not. xD

    Anyway! Awesome sketchbook : D I really dig the color study portrait in post #64. I'm a sucker for bright contrasting colors like that.
    Keep drawing and keep posting! I'll be looking forward to more.

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    A lot of work, you progress very quickly! bravo!

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    Tahnks for the kind word on my sb, you're making great progress,
    keep on with the studies, work up the values and work as well from your imagination as with reference and it will be great.

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    this is fucken brilliant
    http://i676.photobucket.com/albums/v...5/DSC03946.jpg
    just staring at the wall. i know that feeling

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    this is intreghuing show more

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    Hey thnx for stop'n by my SB mate
    You've made great progress in such a quick time
    I really admire your dedication

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    a lot of studies, thats very nice mate!!! These definitely help.Keep them up and keep understanding.The tones are improving but u have to create better forms to support them. Keep it up

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    nice recent paints - good stuff!

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    You´re working seriously hard, all this studies will give you a lot of bebefits, they already are helping. Keep pushing the imagination stuff!

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    Whoa, a little jealous of your dedication here. Keep smashing it.

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    Some pretty tough choices of study there, great job with them! Looks like you're working really hard, nice one

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    Daim u productive fellow Keep up the good work man! You are evolving by every post!

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    @ranunkel: You're welcome. Yes I will

    @angie101: Thank you very much. Yes you're probably right, I'll work on that.

    @Dana_T: Yes, I'm pretty sure that I saw you with Matt ... awsome sketchbook btw. Thanks for the kind words

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    Wow .. that was a load of comments...thanks for all the nice words and advice.

    I didn't post anything for like a month or something, because I was super hardcore busy with school and a lot of design work I recently did. For the sake of it and to promote our small business at least a little me and a friend of mine created a facebook fanpage. Ja,... and it's doin pretty well

    I'll show you some of the stuff I did the last weeks.

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    Some subway-/train-/bus- sketching:

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