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    Pregnant stuff.
    Coooooooooooool.
    You know, you should update more regularly.


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    I know, I updated not as often as in the past. I'm preparing for a test at the moment, sorry.

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    (reference: a girl of a bond movie)

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    The linework looks much more
    natural and better on these
    last ones than you did before.


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    nice dick-gun! these last studies are very nice too. i really like that last one quite a bit.

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    i love your pencil work, it's nervous and dynamic especially the second and the last one.
    Keep working it's going to rock.

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    Ahoy there.
    Good to see you posting some new drawings after a
    longer time.
    You will not believe me, but I was trying to solve
    the Rubik'a cube a month ago and I was hassling with
    it for a whole week, but I have failed to solve it completely.
    What a failure that was.
    Nice drawings, keep them coming more often.



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    Nice studies but I can't see no construction lines under your figures, do you draw direclty the final lines of the drawing? ...I think you should study volumes, anyway keep up your study!

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    hey there, nice works!I like the last one very much!I think you should continue to strengthen human's practice,It is useful!Keep your works bro!

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    Danka is right. Your line work is good to practice and improve when you can, but volumes first. I usually work on a lot of gestures and a lot of "construction" drawings (such as basic forms of the objects you are drawing) and then do some drawings that are more detailed. Keep up the motivation and keep studying, I can already see some potential.

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    You do have some lovely line work going on here, but as the other guys said, you need to work on your foundations a little more Still, great work so far, and best of luck!

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    Thanks to all!

    Danka: Some helping or wrong lines leave the drawings later (eraser). I think I didn't get it yet. Many of the comments had the target of "construction" and "volume". I'll try to copy some Bridgman drawings.

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    Man... you're improving the skills for sure, but to be honest after I finished scrolling page 1 I just could not bear to see further, so I get to the last. Yes it has improvement.
    But you're so into porn! :-) yay!

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    I am following your book all from back ,
    I am not sure what the date is.
    This is just a suggestion; that you should
    increase your working and posting tempo.
    And I would like to see some PORN
    and stuff in your drawings, and more pencil shaded if
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    Hey, thanks for stopping by my sketch book.
    Good to see some new stuff here. You're getting a lot better at accurately describing bodies with areas of shade. now you need to take that method and apply it to the face. It seems like you're drawing each feature as though it's an island, unconnected to the skin around it.
    Try drawing a portrait from life or a photo where you describe the face completely in shaded planes using hatching, start somewhere that isn't a major feature like a nose or eyeball. Then work out from that point without drawing any lines around the edges of features until you have the whole thing. I think this will help you see how the facets of a face are connected to each other with masses of skin, fat and muscle. Just a suggestion, tho.
    You've been doing a lot of improving here and I'm excited to see more. Keep posting, rahrahrah!

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    Plissken: Even if it doesn't seem so: My life takes place offline and outside of the forum. Drawing is a break and part of the work life balance - not my main destination or job. ;-)

    MoKhi: Thanks a lot! You described it understandable for me.

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    Yeah, finally seeing some pentimento and underdrawing in there. I think it has made an immediate difference over just immediately doing contour/cartooning. It doesn't get in the way, just adds some nice visual hooks that just aren't there in a pure contour drawing. I particularly like soda man's face and lower legs for that quality.

    Also, it may sound deadly boring, but keep practicing hands until you're comfortable drawing them. Get a friend or loved one to pose their hand, or just look at your own.

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    Thanks for dropping by my SB. I like what you've got here, especially the sexual stuff. I'd love to see more. I think you should slow down a bit, focus on what you've learned thus far and apply it with greater precision. I notice a lot of your proportions are off but it seems to be part of your style. Proportions studies would still be good so that you could better learn how to break them .

    Got anything in colour? Let's see more colour.

    Keep it up!



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    Thanks for stoppin by my book of stuffs..
    Seems to me ur a pencil fan Same here!

    Your stuff is really weird, in a good way Like the guy above me said already, try to add a bit more precision to your figures.. the proportions are off at times. If you mean to do it then its fine ofcourse, yet if you really posess the skill to draw the right proportions you will see that your 'deformed figures' become more convincing.

    Keep workin hard m8! U'll get there

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    i like your ideas
    line is really good too, although you can tell when you rush it in some of the studies. but when you want to your line is great
    biggest niggle i can see is proportion, sometimes you seem to get limb sizes messed up, like the calfs in the ilovesandwich! woman
    keep it up (

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    nice +18 art stuff looks good

    keep it up mate

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    Thank you all!

    The new campaign for a label named comfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surus View Post
    Plissken: Even if it doesn't seem so: My life takes place offline and outside of the forum. Drawing is a break and part of the work life balance - not my main destination or job. ;-)

    Sorry, I was not realizing that.


    Anyway, nice updates.
    Fuuuuuuuhaaaaaak!
    Why is she farting?
    That is just so not sexy.


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    Maybe she's a little 'too' comfortable? XD

    Nice stuff, the girl's arm seems a little too bulky at the forearm bit, or too thin on the upper arm. It feels a bit strange- but the legs are pretty nicely done.

    Very firm and bold drawings all round, am liking these Even if its not going to be a job for you, you're getting a good idea of it, just keep it up.

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    "Since I left Grey's Anatomy I feel completely changed!" Katherine Heigl told a reporter of Sphynx Cat Magazine

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    Winston Churchill and a girl's front and side view

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    nice pencils in here - keep up the hard work. More please!

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    Very nice pencils man. The Spartan Camp looks cool, especially the typography. One thing I notice you're a little weak on is eyes. A well drawn set of eyes can really improve a drawing, maybe do a couple pages of eye studies, it'll show in the end! Otherwise, keep it up man.

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