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    Okay, ressurecting my old sketchbook thread. I'll be posting some of my stuff. C&C greatly appreciated!
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    23/3/10

    ~30 mins, PS

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    Good start so far! just keep looking at real life and apply that to your drawings.
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    24 - 26/3/10

    Thanks hobo lyra I've been trying to do that, see things in terms of light and shape rather than just... objects and lines.

    Unfortunately I've been very busy over the past few days, so that's why there's been no new posts. Here's my small, 10 minute sketches I've been able to do:

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    Not a bad start just keep drawing.

    Doing something everyday is defintely the way to improve.

    Would be interested to see something in colour.
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    28/3/10

    Argh I missed a day! As a sort of self-punishment, I'm going to do two today.

    Thanks Kambei That's the plan.

    First one today, as requested, in colour - a guitar pedal. About 30 minutes in PS.

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    Argh perspective. I need to plan these things out.

    Second one:

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    Cool work. And as suggested already, do draw and paint everyday - you're technique will skyrocket if you're persistent.
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    29/3/10 -5/4/10

    Hey guys. Argh for busy schedules. I wasn't able to draw every day, bu this is what I have gotten done:

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    Just some stationary... The random scribbles are my attempts at contour drawing, blind and not blind. Got a little bit of work to do

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    Nice dude, your stuff is lookin good. Just keep it up. Are you doing more then what your posting? Lol I have this problem of posting everything that I draw.. which is not the best thing to do. Any how keep it coming and stuff. Happy Trails...oh yea just make sure you REALLY look at stuff before you draw it
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    Thanks Diarum - good advice This is everything I'm drawing, but not necessarily all my art. I'm doing 3D as well.

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    And this point marks the ressurection in 2011...

    To start off, here are a few acrylic paintings I've done recently...
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