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    not much!!!!

    thats not allowed!! MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORREE
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    oma: I wish I could have at least 25 hours a day Thanx for support!

    Repost from "Draw From "What Does Everyone Look Like?" Thread , this is Aleio
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    Another lizard and character sketch for my friend's manga. What do you think? Anything you like/dislike? Really appreciate your feedback
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    One more... try to study form
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    that lizard is really good. your painting is improving lots
    my "dislike" is that the body seems a little flat, i think its the direction of the strokes, they dont really give it a rounded feel (whereas the rest of the lizzard head does, like his big jaw there)
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    i like that little girl painting. kee them commin.. !
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    You have alot of lovely work here Your Bridgman studies are coming along really well. I'll check back
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    I really like the updates!
    the studies look great and the digital lizard as well.
    It just still feels a little flat. What helps me at this stage is looking at the painting blurred and with just one eye. this makes me see the animal as a complete shape and forget about all the little scales for a second. This can help seeing where the biggest and especially darkest bodyshadows are.
    looking forward to more!
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    aks9: Thanx a lot for the crit, I see what you mean, I think I rushed too much and didn't pay so much attention to body as for head.
    oma: Thanx a lot
    Karein: Thank you, really appreciate!
    monotony: Thanx for stopping by, I see this problem with lizard now

    So I have a lot of troubles with VOLUME, how to show it properly and believeble? Try to study it on this sketch, posted it also in "CRITIQUE CENTER & W.I.P. SHOWCASE", because I'd really like to figure it out.
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    thanks for stopping by my sb, I'll keep an eye on you! Keep arting
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    you've got a nice improvement in your artwork from the first page to the last page

    keep it up

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    Nice work keep going!
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    If you're having problems with volume then you should check out Glenn Vilppu's Drawing Manual. He's the full-flex master when it comes to volume. It's a very simple approach really, and he's a great teacher. Do give it a look.
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