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    Enydimon's Daily-Weekly Sketchbook

    Decided I needed a new sketchbook, one I'll keep up with. Going to try to update everyday.

    Here's some recent stuff. Some of it was done today.
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    nice studies, im not sure whats going on in the first scene of the comic book, his arms look weird. Oh well, you have plenty of other studies with muscles that make up for it
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    Krato- Thanks! And I know what you mean about the arm, it was rushed and suffered for it.

    Just finished up a speed painting.
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    A bit late on the update. Sketches for friends, study I'm going to redo and an old favourite cartoon character of mine.
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    Wow, so weird.. some of your stuff like in your last post (1st and 3rd pics) don't match at all with the other stuff you do like the guy doing Capoeira (or whatever he's doing, the guy with the white pants).

    Anyway, some of your drawings have nice muscle flowing but some are a bit strange (like the wolf-thing and the guy in your comic).

    I'll keep an eye around here!.
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    Mik2121- Yeah, I'll admit the comic pages are pretty bad. It's a rush job. Things tend to get wonky if I rush it or go without reference, but I'm working on it. I just feel pressed for time but that's no excuse.

    Speaking of which, I was displeased with the output I did so I'm taking the time to work on a study slowly. Here's what I've got so far.
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    Anyone know where I can find some good refs of women that aren't just standing? Something more interesting.
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    Was watching some of Daarken's videos and decided to mimic how he was painting. I think it turned out well for a test.
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    Something I'm working on. Crits are appreciated.
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    Some cool stuff here. I like that comic book strip on the first post and the reference stuff is good too.
    I'd like to see how the post above this one turns out
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    amazing!
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    Good mix of studies and creative work in here, that will go a long way.

    Keep up the good work!
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