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    I'm here to learn!

    Thank you for having a look to my SB, really appreciate it.

    A few words about myself: I've got Masters degree in Systems Analysis, but then realized that numbers are too boring for me . So I get back to my hobby after 6 years break ... and here I am. I feel that I have absolutely not enough drawing and painting knowlege and skills. That's why I'm here

    I'll be glad to hear any comments and critics (be so hard as you like ^_^ ) from you and also I'm trying to help if I can

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    Some time ago I started a blog, where I'm trying to collect useful tips, links and resourses that helped me during those years of learning. I hope some of these articles give you direction where to go ))

    http://in2eternityart.blogspot.com/2...elf-study.html - anatomy books and resources
    http://in2eternityart.blogspot.com/2...resources.html - gesture resources
    http://in2eternityart.blogspot.com/2...e-arrived.html - short overview of 6 Artbooks
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    I'd like to see anatomy studies, more life drawings, and master studies / figure drawings. Looks like you're off to a good start though
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    Thank you, jeremyg0rd0n, for your comment I'll do my best. But what is master studies? Maybe I could do this also?

    Here are some foot anatomy studies, fir-trees and some cartoon sheeps design. I'd like to choose one for further use in a small game
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    Happy New Year to all!!!

    Some sketches with soft-tip pens
    Please tell me mistakes if you see them, I really need this! Thanx
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    Okay first I think you should work only on gesture, that's always the first and the most important step, as a result of it you'll get either a stiff or a full of life drawing.
    So leave color and even rendering for later, and start feeling the gesture.

    keep it up
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    Thank you, andres333, I'll try to do what you say
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    really pleasant gallery , I especially enjoyed the dog in the first post, It 's well done and well rendered, can you make more like those one?
    happy new year
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    Thank you, Twan, of course I'll make more dogs like that one It's husky, and they are so lovely and beautiful. Happy New Year for you too

    Here's a pic for DSG 1532: Goofy Sci-Fi • ROBOTIC SUPER-CHEF CREATES MAGNIFICENT CAKE:
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    So this is my first environments try... Need your advices, critics, thoughts. Thanx a lot!
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    Head studies and a portrait from a photo reference.
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    Here are sketches from first post, so I can easily edit it
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    Tried new technique today...
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    A version of a hut for flash game, tried to animate fire and smoke...
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