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    My Brain On Z Paper. C&C welcome!

    Hey everyone! SO many inspiring artists here on CA, would love to learn from you all :] I'm 18 and will start college soon, and after a few years go on to art school Postin' on here to hopefully get some tips/critiques.. and just feedback. Thank you for visiting!
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    well they do show up for me! Cool looking, you should post more, coz its really hard to say anything over just 2 pictures man!
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    @NoodleDoodle - TY for the comment :] Finally got it to work! I didn't notice that I was trying to post images with the same name..Took me a while to figure that one out
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    Dumpageeee
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    Heh. Well, ya suckered me in here with that thread title

    Cool SB!

    Let's see... you got the G-ROSS going... and McLovin.. heh... nice... good.

    Good studies, too. Looks like you're getting a handle on the basics... which, at your age, is excellent.
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    wow nice start! keep going ... keep it going
    oh anyway thanks for visiting my SB

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    I like your sketches
    andd....try learning some gesture it'll help you a lot.
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    looking good, i like the shear quantity of work you posted.

    happyfatthing suggested gesture which would be great. try doing
    a gesture of everything before you start drawing not just figure. it helps
    to try and find the over all image that you are trying to capture quickly

    some value charcoal studies would help you get in tune for painting.

    keep it up ! and post more soon
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    Uhm, is that someone we both know boning someone standing up while you watch, cry and hold her baby? Glad you're back at it. Good lip study. On your blue line drawings try starting with basic geometry like spheres and big sweeping skeletal lines. Then go back over it with a 2B or something darker to tighten up the drawing as a final pass. When you scan it you can adjust the levels and make the original blue lines disappear. You're getting the contour but missing the gesture so it feels clunky in some places.
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    First off, thank u all for all of the comments!

    @ p sage - LOL, thank you haha
    @ wakoes - TY, im goin im goin! lol
    @ HappyFatThing - Thank you, I tried some gestures. They didn't come out so well lol
    @ Zorcron - Thanks for the tips!
    @ geo5 - HAHAHA, No, that page is from two different pictures. The left part is me and my friend dancing lol. And on the right is me holding a bear..lol.
    And thank u for the tips!



    And so,
    # 1-4 are my attempts at gesture
    # 5 is some blocky form studies, a face, and at the bottom right a non-ref. one
    # 6-11 is some stuff from the past like 4 days or so
    # 12-18 is some stuff that i did in my multimedia sketchbook not too long ago, but not too recently
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    One little thing before bed

    Somethin before bed. I know..that guy is wide n ugly.
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    Thank you for your comment in my sketchbook
    You have some really nice sketces in here!
    Most of them had a lot of potential, i think.

    Go on like that!
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    Nice start, keep on working that anatomy though
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