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    Perspective. When the girl was pointing to the paperplane was a bit off. Study perspectiv!!

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    Good work on the comic pages. It's not easy to put one of those together. Keep at it.

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    ooo I can tell your gunna get better quick, try setting your brush to 50% opacity and eye dropper your previous stroke, that will give nicer tonal transitions, if you don't get it check out the forums on this site, there's some real gold in there for budding artists like yourself. otherwise you have a great feel for the human form, still needs work, studies will help with that. good luck

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    storyboard,illustration,comic pages! there is a lot of variety here, great work!
    I think your perspective is some time a bit off, instead the storytelling works quite well
    I like the 8 hours test page,my only tip is to use reference to characterize the buildings and the object that appear in your scenes (I imagine you used it for the cars and the street light, but not for the door,the lamp on her right and the wall of the big building) also her left arm seems a bit short...
    Anyway keep up with variety and tons of studies like you are doing!

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    Wow man, you are so good. "WEEEEE!" Keep drawing till your eyes start bleeding from staring at the screen to much. Then use the blood as red ink and do some water colors.

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    yummy photo studies keep at them for a while!

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    Hey man very nice work, you're improving fast! I liked your few sequential stuff- keep up with studying anatomy as the figure is a great storyteller and once you can utilize it well in your pages it alone will be a great improvement in the success of your pages.

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    Excellent variety and quantity! You seem to be very productive wich is good for improvement,If you keep going like this you will be a monster at drawing in very short time!
    keep it up I'll be back for more!

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    Excellent variety and quantity! You seem to be very productive wich is good for improvement,If you keep going like this you will be a monster at drawing in very short time!
    keep it up I'll be back for more!

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    Very promising sketchbook man!
    nice variety of work and the quality is improving with each post.Basic skills are refined thru practice and that mostly takes dedication, patience and willpower.Just keep at it, try and work on both imagination pieces and studies, and stuff will look better and better!

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    post 30 is really AMAZING!

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    Hey man!
    You cant' imagine how pleased I was to come back to my SB after such a long time and find that you colored one of my studies!! Thank you! I'm moved and I feel very guilty for not replying earlier!!
    But let's talk about your work!
    Those photography studies you've done look good! I think you are talented for the use of color!
    I really like your environment piece and the comic pages,story telling works well. Maybe the only advice I can give you is about the first panel on page 4. Probably in a situation of tension and surprise like this I would have tilted the camera angle and used a long and narrow shape for the panel in order to prolong the time of reading, making the moment appear more important. In general I try to avoid square shaped panels because they are boring to see for the eye.
    Great work anyway, keep experimenting!

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    Great courage starting out your own comic book.
    I like it.
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    i like your style ...

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    Wow, even as a 3 year old your drawing was pretty good - even better than what a lot of adults can do! And that coloured pencil drawing from 17 years makes me envious, even to this day I can't work that well in coloured pencil at the age of 19 and a half.

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    awesome imagination, man.

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    You have a really good imagination.

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    Cool sketchbook man, i'm lookin forward to watchin your progress (subscribed ;p)

    Also, the Charlie Sheen add made me lol. Keep up the good work.

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    grate work , i like the colors and also figure studies .

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    You have such a great imagination! I love your work!

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    Impressive sketchbook.

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    where THE HELL WAS YOUR SB BEFORE !!!!!!!!! WICKED WERKS BROTHER!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Haha WELL IM GLAD YOU FOUND IT WICKED WERKS AN THAT LAST STUDY SSSSHHHAAAZZZZZAAMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!!!!XDXDXD

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