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    #208 - first one - scary!!!!

    Watch the head and face proportions,
    better measure 10 times before putting down the
    right lines. Will worth the time.


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    Thanks all!

    ThomasM: I'll post more lines because I'm addicted to lineart and pencil pages! Some of them aren't in the sketchbook, but in the Spartan Camps (click here).

    An insect character, I saw in AustenFM's sketchbook inspired me to do an own one: A dragonfly riding girl with a kind of skiboots on a saddle. Both dragonflys are combined with a belt. This character idea is copyleft. Feel free to redraw it better or combine it with another idea!

    I wish you a Merry Chrismas and a Happy New Year 2011!

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    some new. the first two faces with the inspiration of Lukias' fast scribbling style and a longer portrait. I know: the face proportions of the third piece are a bit off. I have problems to find a measuring systems for the size and positioning of the faces details (eyes, mouth, eyebrows, nose). Only the ears to nose/eye-thing seems to work.

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    Awesome sketchbook. I really enjoy it . If you feel like matching your reference a good tip is to look more than you draw, never sit with your head in your sketchpad for more than a few seconds. I also see you're starting to add values to your drawings, however I don't feel the same intention with your values as i see in your lines. Your values feel like they lack purpose a bit. Maybe if you which to incorporate values more in your drawings you could do some studies dedicated to values? Anyway, just a few thoughts.. Awesome stuff! Keep it up!

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    FrozZT: Thanks! I don't know, where the journey will end. I think the values will follow with the understood lines, as soon es I understood how they have to follow the form.

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    happy new year !


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    drawing with 4 pencils at the same time

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    Wish you a happy New Year my friend, I hope that I
    found you in a good health and in a good drawing mood.
    AustenFM- I remember I visited that sketchbook when I registered
    here on conceptart, but it was such a long time ago, maybe I should go
    there and see what is happening. Nice studies inspired by his work.
    You said it yourself and you know it that you are tending to put the
    faces in some strange angle and you make some proportion mistakes.
    However, nothing that cannot be fixed, you just train more. Maybe
    I am mistaking but you referenced your face drawings from some movie
    celebrities in #216? They look ok, but I suggest that you work more on your
    pencil shading skills, so you could display your drawings as they are really a
    3D form, except when you are going for just an outline look.
    This last guy is a real virtuoso, he draws some imaginaries with his hands
    and he draws some anatomy studies with his feet in the same time.
    Very good concept.
    Glad that you shared all this with us, hope that you will be here on a regular
    basis in this year also. Wish you a dozens of hours of happy drawing and painting.


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    Hey Surus thanks for stop by my book.
    Greatt pencils, it´s strange cause I see some drawings are much more loose than others. It seems you relax much more when doing whole bodies than specific body parts. No matter what, just keep practicing and improving like that, you´re having great advices from the CA members

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    Thanks all for you support!

    sketchbomb: These fast ones were a lot of fun.

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    Go on with all the work. great

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    That baby is showing good progress in your studies. Though keep a wary eye out with perspective, because it is look off in both his/her face and nearest arm. I really like your shading technique used with the sparta bucket fellow, it has more of a stylized touch that's refreshing to see in studies.

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    Thanks to all! I saw the thread got 4 stars , but my pencil works aren't still at 3 stars. Depends on my humble opinion, but the possible growth-level which could be achieved with a pencil is years of practice away.

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    Copies with pencil ( of Charcoal-Stuff by Henry Yan )

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    First one without reference, the 3 others with reference from characterdesigns.com

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    Hey buddy, so much updates since I have last visited.
    Glad that you are working hard. I know that you told me
    some times ago, that you are not doing drawing as a full
    time job, and that it is just a hobby, but no matter to all that
    you are doing things pretty well.
    The figures in #221 are ok, you just keep doing more out of those,
    and the most important thing is to study anatomy. I do not know
    how to emphasize this, but anatomy will help you a lot. Do
    not be lazy, doing some anatomy studies, I know that it can be
    boring, but I know that you can do that.
    Baby drawings? coooool
    That would be weird for one to see in my House of pain, hahaha.
    Also watch the 8 head rules on your figures, and try to be more
    careful with body proportions.
    Keep on working hard.
    Cheerz mate.


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    Thanks for visiting my SB Your anatomy looks great, all your figures have such a lot of weight to them. Keep going!

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    Thanks guys!

    Ref. photograph on the left for the next fast one was shot at Alphonse Mucha's Atelier:

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    I NEED YOUR HELP:

    I am searching for refernce pictures in bigger / high resolution: wings (inner side), feathers, bird bone and bird anatomy (skeleton linked to the feather part) to finish the arms of the following creature:

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    Next one from a Mucha photograph and some new stuff:

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    Very nice hand studies!

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    cool giraffe. i'd like to see more of these animals.

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    Thanks all! Here's another ca.org-member, I drew for the "The Official - Draw From "What Does Everyone Look Like?"-Thread":

    TheDirtSyndicate

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    Hey man you have a pretty interesting style with a pencil. I'm really liking these. The only thing I can think of is to practice faces more though because I find they are a lot weaker than your other stuff.

    I also noticed that you wanted reference for wings...not sure if you still need it, but this site is pure gold:
    http://digitalcollections.pugetsound...slaterBirdWing

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    #230 - Nice referenced drawing, a bit of proportion
    issues but nothing serious.

    #231 - Chicken legged naked female with a yin-yang
    sign on her vagina - bruuuutaaaaaaal!!!

    #232 - Good ones, however I do not understand the
    'escape' drawing.
    My explanation of that drawing ; Donald Duck has been
    imprisoned by the Strogg's from Quake, and he's been put
    in a Strogg mutilation bone baker machine and he's starting to
    be alternatively modified with the cyber rechargeable impaler.
    And his hat flew out the bone baker machine's window.
    Am I close to the truth?


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    Andrew: Thanks a lot! I try to use these wings. But I also need some ref with bone/skin stucture for my arm parts without feathers.

    Plissken: LOL, very close. No honestly I was just drawing forms and when it was done, I wrote ESCAPE next to the drawing.

    next ca.org-member Naomi Ningishzidda and a scribble vom Hendrik's photos ( http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...159702&page=14 )

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    I started the first wing. This feather-stuff took me hours... I am really not in the mood for long time drawings. The other wing has to wait.

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    great work. Your hatching desbribes form very well. maybe some more quick studies focusing on gesture and not accuracy would be a good idea. Form's really REALLY important, but it's not the only quality you need. Also the giraffe was awesome.

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    surus your update are beautiful i like the way of your bodies study

    keep it up my friend

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