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    The Alchemy Codex. (Pavel's Continuing Sketchbook)

    Hey gang. I have been lurking for a while and made a few attempts at sb's in the past. This is a more serious attempt as I've been drawing quite a bit more. I have been drawing seriously since 2003 and I was in an internship with a small toy company named W.T.K. (No longer exists) I was studying under a unique group of artists. Walter McDaniel, Micah Johnson, Carlos Franco, and Nelson Blake. I was exposed to this idea of what "professional art" could be like and I have been eagerly seeking improvement ever since then. This batch of drawing represents my most recent batches of art. I will try to update this sketchbook a couple of times a week as I have more drawings complete. Note I primarily work in blue and white and black and white.
    Pavel's Sketchbook

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    More recent works.
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    Nice start. Try lightening up your strokes to make the drawings more fluid and life-like. And make sure proportions are correct when doing the anatomy studies. Try copying directly from an art book like Loomis' or something. And try drawing a self portrait by looking at yourself in the mirror. Hope that helps!
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    @Blizzard-Thanks for the response its much appreciated. I do actually have a ton of Loomis lessons thanks to this community as a matter of fact. I study Loomis, Hart, Sheppard, and a few other artists. I have a very large book library and I am constantly updating it. I am always looking for that certain new technique or art style that will help me take my work to the next level. Anyway, I appreciate the critiques and thanks for the tip. Please keep an eye on my new works. I am gonna try my damndest to keep this thread alive.

    These three new sketches were done yesterday and today. I am currently working on studying my basic head drawings so that I can get better at expression and emotions. I uploaded my process of drawing so that you guys can see where I am coming from with my construction process and help me correct my mistakes. I am gonna go back to drawing now, ciao gang.
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    These are the latest scans. I've been heavily drawing some of my characters of late. Namely Lorenor and Creno Valour. These are my most current drawings. I haven't been drawing as much as I would like to, but I'm about to remedy that. Hopefully I can get a few more pages done today!
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