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    New to CA,looking to grow as an artist

    My name is James Walker.I currently reside in Philadelphia,Pa.This is my current sketchbook from May 2010.I joined CA in hopes to get criticisms,advice,meet other artists and push my art forward.I'm currently a graphic design student.Thank you for viewing my sketchbook.Advice and criticisms are appreciated greatly.-James
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    Looking good ! Show us some more developed stuff
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    Thank You Loki,I definitely will.=)
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    your off to a very good start, have been busy with the poses, that's really good. Your hands there look very sweet. Keep it up
    Cheers/ your friend PMB

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    Hii, welcome to CA!

    If you drew all that today, I must give you 10 points for being hard-working. As they say, 80% of drawing skill is based on practice so you're doing really good if you'll keep this up in your next posts . Nothing in particular that I'd crit about, it seems like everything that could be fixed is just up to practice.

    Oh, and! I think learning bones and muscles would help a lot. Having good knowledge of bones and such helps a bunch when painting for example hips, fingers and shoulders. It looks a lot more realistic with all the little bumps in the right places. Your anatomy's realism will go up a big notch . It also adds realism to it when you know where the muscles are connected and how they work.

    Well, that's about it. ''Study, study, study!'' is probably the best advice I could give you .
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    paintmybrain-thank you for the kind words.

    Louise-thank you for the advice,i think i just might do some bone studies tonight.
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    great start! have fun and take your time. cu
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    thank you very much Kfeeras
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