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    Hey there!
    You have a quite interesting visual style,I love the devil sketches!The rendering is good too,it needs a bit more polis but way better than mine!I will check back later and see how that last sketch turns out!
    Keep it up!

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    Hey, thanks for the comments on my sketchbook. I really dig all of your concepts. The devils especially give off a very fable/fairytale-like feel. I wish to see some final work (which seems to be on its way)

    keep it up

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    interesting variation on your creatures. try thinking about a more directional lighting like a thing i do (and im not pro or anything) is just paint a big white dot where you want the lighting to be and itll help your mind think of where the shapes that catch the light is.

    keep posting that last dragon is looking good so far

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    thank you guys for your good advice!!!! I'll try to keep them!!! it's very important for me, cause these drawings will be made for my final exame, at the university!

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    Hey there!
    Nothing to crit yet,nice updates and keep it up!

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    Hi bubumo,
    Nice work on the devil and dragon concepts, in the first post. In the second to last post, the figure seems a bit out of proportion. The head is pretty large for the body. The figure doesn't seem to be near seven and a half, to eight heads tall. His hands should be roughly the size of the face, and they look a lot smaller than that to me. Also the foreshortening of the figure's left arm seems to be wrong, or appears a little awkward. The feet don't seem to have as much attention paid to them, as the other features do, and they to seem a bit on the small side.
    The hands and feet of the horse-figure in the last post seem small also.
    There is some really good work in here, so keep it up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zombifried View Post
    Hi bubumo,
    Nice work on the devil and dragon concepts, in the first post. In the second to last post, the figure seems a bit out of proportion. The head is pretty large for the body. The figure doesn't seem to be near seven and a half, to eight heads tall. His hands should be roughly the size of the face, and they look a lot smaller than that to me. Also the foreshortening of the figure's left arm seems to be wrong, or appears a little awkward. The feet don't seem to have as much attention paid to them, as the other features do, and they to seem a bit on the small side.
    The hands and feet of the horse-figure in the last post seem small also.
    There is some really good work in here, so keep it up!
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    oh thanks a lot!!! it means a lot for me! I will correct the last character! thanks!!!

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    I think its coming along, nicely..The hands and feet look better. Don't get too involved with fixing every aspect that's wrong on one piece. Just attempt it again, keeping the stuff you need to work on in mind. It's important sometimes, to move on to the next one. The next sketch you'll probably get closer, but you won't solve all of your issues on one piece. That's why we have sketchbook threads! Keep it up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zombifried View Post
    I think its coming along, nicely..The hands and feet look better. Don't get too involved with fixing every aspect that's wrong on one piece. Just attempt it again, keeping the stuff you need to work on in mind. It's important sometimes, to move on to the next one. The next sketch you'll probably get closer, but you won't solve all of your issues on one piece. That's why we have sketchbook threads! Keep it up!
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    thanks a lot for your advice!!!

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    Wow,that last painting is extremely good!Congratulations!
    Keep it up!

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    just shows how much thumbnails help, thanks thats helped me out!

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    hi guys! thanks for appreciations!!! it means a lot for me!

    here are some new sketches and works of mine!









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    Lovin those horse-human anatomy mix faces!The last two paintings are a big step up too,keep it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSmith View Post
    Lovin those horse-human anatomy mix faces!The last two paintings are a big step up too,keep it up!
    Thanks a lot DSmith!!!

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    awesome stuff! I like the griff drawings.

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