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    Oh Grandmastar Spekt! thanks! no need for such compliments, you yourself are the one who simply RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR RRRRRRRRRRRRRROX

    But however, here's something that i did 2 days ago, sketch/ study for more serious work that im planning on.. and i seriously can't wait to get into it!

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    Very nice studies.

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    Thanks Shambok! and here's something =D

    Had to combine all 3, they were too tall, trying to save space on theese pages.
    Just some fast technique tests. i think i need to work more like this, i really need it.

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    Happy freakin' deaking birthday otto!

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    Singer alla prima, do we need to say anything more exept than my camera is abysmally crappy.

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    Some stuff from here and then, i know, i havent been around. il be trying to get everything i can find here soon bit busy though and my camera is still a bitch.

    digital-traditional-sculpture-collage

    just few examples, got just too much more dunno if i even can get everything without fucking up the camera

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    No comments make me feel like changing to somewhere else, so meaningless feeling

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    Dont sweat it about comments, they will come. Your work is really nice, I especially like this last one, looks cool and a bit creepy Keep up the good work!

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    there is a really subtle quality about your work, keep up the good work

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    i love your studies hey i read that u dont use a wacom with PS back then, do you still not have one?? i would totally recommend getting one. with ur city/anatomy skill you could pump some really nice stuff out quick. even the bamboo is only like $70

    keep up the good work

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    hmm does that mean im a slave to my subconscious?
    at least it doesnt beg for crack. ha.
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    yeah i accurally have something recently, i was looking for bamboo but could not find anything but some "Trust"

    I dunno, feels good man =D but its like trying things out. Possibly gonna get wacom and all someday

    thx for commenting too, it's really motivating you know

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    Great sketchbook! All of those studies should pay off sooner or later. Keep pushing!

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    DAN-LAMBERT! I have been dead. But im coming back soon, i think. Though i think i should go to Fine arts side of CA, lot has happened. And think im gonna upload some recent sketches, but it's gonna take hours. (gonna upload atleast 100 as a sorry for my lifelessness. THEN

    CRIT CRIT CRIT?

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    Sounds good, I haven't really checked out the fine arts side of ca, but I'm sure it's just as good as the rest. Those sketches sound interesting, your recent sketches both digital and traditional have been interesting so would be cool to see which direction you're heading in.
    Take it easy man!

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    gonna up more soon, my upload page just blew up about 70-90 more to go

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    Nice stuff and life drawings, I wanna see some finished stuff here cause I know it'll be tasty!

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    I love your life drawings. How do you get them to be so loose and flowy?

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    PT:2


    (And oh yeah most of theese are from 30s to 1m at max, some are whole differend things though like bargue drawings, obviously.)

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    Yefim We will see about that. i won't promise that it would happen soon for im just doing stuff really fast and trying to improve.

    cannibalcarnivale well i think it's quite personal thing.
    I myself belive much that your momentary emotions affect your line. Well it's qutie fact. But it depends on persona.

    few tricks that might do the trick for you:

    1-sketch from model with like 30s pose time. it will stress you alot at start, if you aren't confident enough. but thats something you have to get over if you want to improve. you either want some pride by practice.
    Or id say even better, you start to think that you have drawn like 30 characters so far, and you have 300 papers and rest of day off, just taking it easy. That's when line wont be so stiff anymore.

    And i personally get a proud laughter if you do have that tough line, and it wont have that stiffness into it. It is then again mark of eagerness.

    But best thing what you can say about this is that sketching is like your handwriting.. remember times when you were at first grades and learned to make your A like it was modern art masterpiece. and look now how you can write A like it should be.

    Just draw, your own persona will come out.

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    Beautiful pencil renderings man. Reminds me of DanielC's work, or MischievouslittleElfs.
    Both have beautiful styles if you aren't familiar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jedininjaman View Post
    Beautiful pencil renderings man. Reminds me of DanielC's work, or MischievouslittleElfs.
    Both have beautiful styles if you aren't familiar.
    Oh lord man thx for telling loving DanielC

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    And that kiddies, is how you learn to draw the human figure.
    Love the sketches mate, especially your experimentation with line and shape. Plus you're throwing in the longer studies as well, got all your bases covered (except colour....but fuck colour!)
    For 30 seconds you're getting so much information into those drawings, it's pretty damn impressive. Colour me jealous!

    Keep up the updates man, and take it easy

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    Oh you dan, i think that's bit too much =O But seriously, thanks =D

    Im gonna update from now on every second day, trying to do something like that, got a nice stack of drawings today. But as i got some new camera, it takes a while to get them into here and im just plain de-motivated about that =D

    Il do it tomorrow morning

    (i also made some interesting side research about conditions affecting work of artist, and will give some results tomorrow too as i will give some examples of work under differend conditions (like symptoms of bad air conditioning or such)

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    I really like the confident lines in your modelstudies. Great

    "When you put soul into your drawings, they will come to live."

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    You're coming quite a long way! You're becoming more confident, I really like your lines on your figure studies - they're squiggly but you're not searching for it like you were in the past. Like the mouth studies as well. Don't worry about the comments, I think they're rare

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    carakhan Don't menton, it was loong time ago, when i still thought that it meant something =D Im just happy to be back, its really nice kick to be here.
    Makes you work alot you know.

    And its good thing to remind me about their squiggliness, but for now im just trying to get the proportions right really fast and get used to human form. Then when i will feel condifent i will start to apply some deeper knownledge to certain things, that will increase my accuracy with model, while keeping speed at maximum. For now, there is no way i could draw perfect model in at most 1 minute, not to menton 30 seconds. But that's what im going for.

    cifgha Well your about to see that it accurally depends.


    And so, il tell you guys, that theese works i did yesterday..
    First set of them is bit silly. I had really bad air conditioning that night, worked too late. and i had oil fumes in air. So i had this MASSIVE headacke, feeling dizzy and shit. So i thought that

    Does it affect your work, and how does it affect it?

    So i am making now some tests that what kind of conditions affect your work.

    Generally during this first session:

    -my head hurts alot
    -i felt dizzy
    -speaking was bit silly
    -hard to make rational decisions. but still able as i was able to do this test.

    id say it was long term exposure to oil fumes or somekind of turpentine "poisoning"

    here are results, they are bit silly eh? lines and forms dont make sense.

    pt2 coming up soon.

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    Sketches after having a walk

    After i made those i thought that jesus i need to take a walk
    So i did go out. Got some sugar into my system, and proper food.

    Headacke was not that bad then but still it was there.

    Needless to say that results speak for themselves, conditions mean something.

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    This update is continuing my testing with conditions,
    And this one was done after playing 30 minutes of hard game (for example, grandia 3) which obviously, as demanding act makes you focus.

    Again i was suprised when drawings didint go that well, so i made some blind contour drawings and then effects started to bloom progressively.

    marks :

    AB-L = long drawing under effects of blind controur
    AB-S = short drawing under effects of blind contour

    but eventually effect felt to sort of wear off as i became more tired, and i thought that effect is gone. and it goes on quite long even if you do like 4 of blind countours.

    also made some expression studies when i ran out of paper momentarily =D
    man it was fun

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    BONUS LEVEL

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