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    sketchbook 2.0

    It's been a little over a year since I last posted, but I decided it was about time to get back into the swing of things and start posting again. To that end, here are some recent illustrations I've done.

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    interesting style you got. like it.
    Hope you get to post more

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    Thanks, sarbro.

    This illustration is a little more cartoonish than I normally do, but I'm trying to experiment with different body types and forms of exaggeration.

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    Recently, I've been looking over drawings that I've made in the last few months which I feel have suffered from poor color choices and/or backgrounds, and have been trying to punch them up, making the colors stronger, richer, and more interesting. In that vein, this is a drawing I did a couple of months ago, showing both the original coloring (bottom) and my revised coloring (top).

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    looking good so far just keep your light sources in mind

    Tim

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    Thanks for the observation, DStraX. Since I usually work on the character and the background separately, it is easy to forget to keep the light sources consistent. I'll probably have to modify that last drawing some more with that in mind.

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    Another sketch: Sexy Dryad.

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    I like your style. I hope you keep posting.

    One thing is about how finely you blend. I think your style looks better with a less exact blending style (Like the pink guy). Where you've really made it smooth (on the green girl) I think it makes the image less appealing and much less eye catching.

    You've got great movements! They look really dynamic.

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