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    Kambei: Ah, thank you! Ahaha, I must admit, loads of what I draw lately's fanart. If you see horned kids and teens with glasses, definitely not my characters. But thank you! Cheers for the kind words
    Lav: Aw shucks, I don't even know what to say! Ahah, other than thank you of course! I still feel I could be pushing myself more. I'll probably set up a list of goals sometime today and superglue it to my forehead.
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    great work, its great looking through your sb and seeing how your skill built up and how it started showcasing your style of work throughout the pages.

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    Aw man, I love those lines, so fluid and expressive! I've just been looking trough older pages and noticing all the progress and I'm really astounded.

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    99% of this update is yet again homestuck fanart, and you know what? I'm not even sorry.
    Its so much less stressful just drawing other characters for a bit and not worrying about consistency, I'm considering this fanart splurge like a massive break to me.

    Samuri: Everyone keeps saying I'm progressing! ahaha, I might have to look back over pages to verify that for myself, I feel like I'm always stood in the same place ahaha.
    Nodeerskulls: Bah, you're so kind! I've actually been practicing my lines in digital lately, I'm hoping I can learn to handle that medium better. Cheers!
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    Woah this was awesome love your dialogues and drama/humor!
    Figures also looking further and further character and personal.
    (but found that great hand ref gif! Esp for those who need to exaggerate slimness of- and space between fingers, like I )
    http://attachments.conceptart.org/fo...6&d=1235691405
    Sry mobile won't let me use image uploader...
    ca | pn | cd | zbc | da | as | tumblr | fb | hire me

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    Cheers, Nim! I'm having plenty of fun messing around, especially on fanart. I'm going to take that same carefree approach I start them with to my own projects, I'm hoping.
    And that's allright! It's still a useful thing to have anyways, I can still get the gist of it at that size ahaha.

    Ah, still having a lot of fun scribbling homestuck fanart at 2am. I swear I'm going to do more studies along side them.
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    If I could just
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    My posts lately wouldn't look so gratuitous.

    Edit: AHha oh god. I've gotten into the habit of just scrunching up studies when they're done and using them to plug up holes in my room. Now I've got barely any around to scan.
    GOOD JOB, SINEAD.
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    Yoho hoho
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    I just realised you can animate on photoshop.
    Nothing big I've done, mind you. I'm starting to realise when one thing moves, everything else sort of moves with it, and really subtly. Not going to beable to mimic fluid movement anytime soon.
    Fun though.

    Not actually sure those things uploaded right. We'll have to see.
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    Great Sb, Your traditional stuff is Epic! Your hard work is paying off cause you digital works are comin along nicely. Not sure what to crit cause you got your own style for figures and its workin. I guess would be to focus on hands, you have a good understanding of them as of now but, you got talent and i think you could push your hands further!
    Also those animations are Awesome! I also use photoshop for animatin too, its alot of fun.

    Keep up all the hard work!

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    ahhh i'm so glad i found this sketchbook! your art is delightful. (i love your troll designs oh my goodness...)

    i'm not knowledgeable enough yet to contribute much of value, and i hope i'm not repeating anybody else, but! the hairy character with the orange colour scheme, in the first picture of your last post. i'm not sure what your intention for their gender is and i'm not one to push norms regarding that, but - you may want to consider moving their breasts down just a bit for a more biologically female look. where they are right now makes them look like moobs - which is awesome if that's what you're going for! but if it's not, i'd suggest making them look a little heavier/rounder (not necessarily bigger!) and letting them droop just a bit.

    ...it's kind of predictable of me to appear just to comment on some tits, i guess.

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    QPK: Ahhh yes! I've been meaning to get back into hand practice. My unreffed hands look like messy blobs of late.
    That animation stuff really is something, mind you Wow. What the fuck goes on with layers when you animate. That was the only thing that slowed me down.

    Scari:
    Hey hey! You a homestucker too? Ahaha, I see a lot of the fans don't really like how I draw them. Not kawaii enough, I gather.
    So it's a pleasant surprise to hear something different.
    But anyways onto your crit. Good advice, so don't worry about it. My character is pretty androgynous, so she was intended not to have propper boobs, that's all due to her bigger weight. Mind you, I still lowered them a bit after reading, I have a tendency to get that area wrong! Cheers for the crits!

    Well this update's tiny so I'm going to peg in some hand studies later.
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    Nice stuff as always. Actually, it seems you are getting better. I like your colored stuff the most, you tend to choose a palette that immensely pleasing to me
    Alas I can't be of any help just saying such things here.

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    Ah! Thanks, ShiNIN! I'm glad you like my colours! I've been messing around with palletes more than usual ahaha.
    Oh, did an animation thing of Shayle too. My mate who does a bit of animation in her own time gave me a few tips about layers, which has made my life much easier.

    So I did do some hand studies, but then I went to the pub and scribbled Thain and backgrounds instead.
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    Hi matey

    erm are you ok!? there are strange goings on in here of late I just wondered if you had hit the bottle, if you have then that's great !! but can me and Mr PLissken come too he needs cheering up he has been working way to hard and needs a break.LOL

    sorry for being daft but I had no crits to offer and thought I would post anyway to say that I had been, well it keeps me off the streets doesn't it, all the best and keep on posting!!
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