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    from yesterday, sketching in my apartment and at school



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    Really nice stuff! I see lots of improvement, so just keep at it! Nice turtle joke XD (I'm Swedish too, so I understand it.) I hope to see more from you. Just one thing... Most of these are sketches, I'd love to see a polished one!

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    Thx a lot bummer (if that really is your name XD) cool that there is so many swedish people, not that I care where folks are from but feels less lonly I guess.

    I know, only time I finish stuff is for projects and I have enough of them in school... but I'll have to set up a real portfolio soon so then I'll have to finish a lot of stuff I have lying around. Usualy rift trough my sb's when I'm trying to come up whit designs for paintings and stuff.



    Well, here's some stuff I have been doing this christmas leave from school. Some Bridgeman and paintings from life.

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    Aw, now I need to go ask my Swedish relatives...I feel so left out. I don't know why, but I really love the use of red on the anatomical study, it really makes it pop.

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    Lately I have been wanting to improve my color skills, so from now on for an unknown period of time I will do all my sketchbook stuff in color. It feel kind of weird to me becaus I have mostly been doing line art and marker drawings - so everything looks weird and I don't really know what to do.

    c&c welcome (and desperatly needed)

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    woops! Accidentally posted with duckfukker's profile, sorry about that dude - didn't log you off properly although I thought I did

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    no problem! nice activity here mate.

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    shoes

    Been wanting to make my own custom sneakers but haven't found any that are cheap enough to potentially ruin. So I did a couple of concepts for color schemes and designs and it's good exercises for me now that I'm trying to grasp color. These are photos that I have been painting on in PS3 btw so you don't think I have mad shoe-drawing skills.

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    I like the idea of the sneaker with animal-based color schemes. I would love having a pair of mantis shrimp shoes.

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    try to draw lighter lines, it'll help you get more controll

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    sister

    GoGoJojo: That is one cool looking shrimp! I would pay a hefty sum of cash for a shoe that looked that good

    DStraX: Good critt, will keep it in mind thanks a bunch!

    Drew this from a photo of my kid sister, she doesn't look this menacing and drunk in the original but drawing kids faces and facial expressions in general is not my forte. Maybe I'll try this again later.

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    Thanks for commenting in my sketchbook. It would be fun to see you develop one of your sketches into something more. You seem to have a lot of creative and playful ideas. The anatomy studies are looking good and will really help you to develop your skill and I like the drawing of your sister very much. Keep working on it!

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    desert

    thanks a lot I followed your advice and did a color exercise from a thumbnail.

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