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    Oh my god!! deepest darkest Aylessburyshire not too far from me i reside on the windswept island in the sky known as Stokenchurch-ian a bleak and desolate quagmire of poop just outside High Wycombe! Need some updates in here super turbo style!


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    Turbosnail's Sketchbook (Updated 6th Jan '10)

    @ latidig - I know Stokenchurch, but not very well. Stopped off there to water the horses on our way to Chinnor from Wycombe many years ago. Had an ale (or 6) at a hostelry, whose name escapes me at the moment!!


    Here's an update......and finally broke open the pencils!!!

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    Nice drawings/paintings,the colours are really good!The pencil renders are also nice,your shading is great!(one crit:on the frontal bone of the skull,above the left eye socket,there is a white spot that doesn't really serve any purpose)

    Keep it up!
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    @ DSmith - Thanks for the comments!! Not sure about the white spot!! Should've been blended in more.

    Here's another

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    A break from the bones for the 2nd one today!!

    A doorway to somewhere........

    Back to the bones tomorrow!!

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    Nice skull drawing and femur. Anatomy is important. Learn the attachments of the muscles on the skeleton and you'll be well prepared.
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    @poetry man - Thanks for the comments mate!! After I've finished the bare bones I'm going back through to add-on the muscles and tendons.

    Here's today's offering - The Bones of the foot

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    Yay, another snail lover! Do you have any? Thanks for looking in my sketchbook, it means a lot to me when people take the time. The texturing on that castle is awesome! And I hail from the fabled city of Portland Oregon, land of trees, beer, and homeless people.

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    @ GoGoJojo - Thanks for the comments. No I don't have any snails. I was a speed coach for sports teams and it was a tongue-in-cheek name for myself that I decided to stick with!! I do like snails though!!

    No sketching yesterday due to some quality time with my daughter!! Back aboard the good ship sketchbook with today's piece, the pelvis.

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    Todays practice piece was the Humerus

    Crits much appreciated!!

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    As well as the anatomical practice I'll be working on gesture and pose studies as well.

    Here's my first attempt at hands from Bridgman's Book of A Hundred Hands. Many more to follow!!

    Crits greatly appreciated!!

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    this pencil studies are cool, i think with starting pencil studies you got on the rigth way as your drawings becoming more 3dimensional
    great to see that there is improvent even in this few posts!

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    Nice studies. Keep posting your personal stuff as well though. We do not want to only see studies

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    @ xbert - Thanks for the crits!! I am really enjoying these anatomical studies but will also do some pose and gesture studies as well to vary my pencil work. Thanks again for dropping by!!

    @ Janos - Thanks for the crits!! I will be adding some personal work in the next few days, so please drop by again and let me know what you think. Needed to do the anatomical studies to get 'back in the groove' so to say. Thanks again!!

    Here's today's anatomical study - The Radius & Ulna

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    This is my 1st speed paint posting done in an hour in Photoshop.

    A communicator / mobile phone type thingy!!

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