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    Dave's daily sketchbook

    So I figured I might aswell make a sketchbook on conceptart aswell. I've been participating once and a while on the daily sketch group, but these are my daily studies I've been doing for a while now. I hope it can inspire people to keep working hard.

    Anatomy studies:





    applied antomy studies:




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    sweeeeeeeeeeeeet!!
    Nice studies man. Glad you finally made a sketchbook.
    But post a load of your recent stuff so peoples can see where your at, otherwise you wont get good crits.

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    Thansk Marc! Such a motivator you are
    I planned to go sketching in the zoo but the queue to get in was massive!
    So I just walked back and made some sketches along the way home.
    this is the first time I did some actual figure studies outdoors
    I have no idea if I approached it alright but concidering I drew them while walking,
    I'm pretty happy!

    no reference

    imaginary poses


    I'll be posting up more conceptual work to give you an idea of my current level as suggested by Malakuko (I can never remember that name )

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    Hi Dave, fantastic start to your SB, your lines seem so confident and fluid. One small note, you may want to put "NSFW" in your title due to that painting having some nudity. It almost got me in trouble here I will be following your SB, keep udating!

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    hi Dave! thanks for stopping by my sketchbook, and great start to yours! always inspiring to see others working on anatomy. i think im gonna go do some more studies. hehe, keep it movin man!

    MY SKETCHBOOK!
    Some Sketchbooks you should check out! --->
    (expect this list to change alot)
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    Albino-Z
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    Cold
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    More studies and expression studies:






    And this is just from a picture


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    Gesture studies at the zoo, any tips always welcome!







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    And finally this is an image I did for the daily sketchgroup (Cowboy and an alien)
    I inked it digitally and as you can see I hold no great confidence in that WACOM


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    Actually, this is my test reel I put together quickly. Has all my animations from college so far. Any feedback is great, if I should cut out some particularly bad animation. I'll definitly change the graphics and presentation.
    http://vimeo.com/10827087


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    I'll post up some more of my actualy work rather then my studies:









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    Some more work

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    Wow, mate! Last post is quite good digits there, but those pencils in post 10 is f***ing awesome! Have you ever tried to overpaint those? Put some time in rendering, and it would rock!

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    Nice Skbook like the pencils think you should do more of them. All good.

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    Those pencils are impressive. Now I'd like to see that coloured

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