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    Gauge's sketchbook | Nov 14th first digital painting

    I've been tremendously inspired by everyone's sketchbooks, so I hope to record my progress here. And hopefully get some great crits in the process.

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    Ok so I decided to start one of these, and then I realized I alread had one! I haven't posted in so long. But I decided that I have to stop slacking off. I only draw like once a week, so hopefully this will motivate me to start drawing a hell of a lot more than that.

    So I decided to start this off with the two things I have the most trouble drawing. Hands and feet! Ideally, I'll be sketching 5 hands and 5 feet a day, although I won't be uploading them because I don't think people wanna see all that every single day.

    Gauge's sketchbook | Nov 14th first digital painting

    Gauge's sketchbook | Nov 14th first digital painting

    Gauge's sketchbook | Nov 14th first digital painting

    And this is for a friend of mine, who wanted a basic sketch of one of the models on counter strike.

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    The sketch you did for a friend looks good man. Keep em comin!
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    That CS model looks just like it.
    Anyways, your hands seem to be too 'fat' and overstuffed; they look a little bit like they are indeed stuffed with cotton/something of the sort. Get some reference pictures of hands and notice how you can see the bone structure through the skin. Good luck.
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    gday, them feets look perty good, do some value studies too on them feets mayn.
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    Digging the CS, that's the kind of stuff I doodle
    Still improving, critiques welcome: My Sketchbook
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    oh man I completely forgot about this. Looks like I'm long overdue for an update. I'll take a shower and then scan a bunch of sketches and crap in here

    And thanks for the comments guys, that bit of confidence was needed.


    *EDIT* Here are some updates.

    Studying hands
    Gauge's sketchbook | Nov 14th first digital painting
    Gauge's sketchbook | Nov 14th first digital painting
    Gauge's sketchbook | Nov 14th first digital painting
    Gauge's sketchbook | Nov 14th first digital painting
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    This one was for fun at Borders. I had just finished reading Blade of the Immortal for the first time and was waiting for a friend of mine to arrive at the store.
    Gauge's sketchbook | Nov 14th first digital painting

    And these are some rough sketches and such for a story i was creating about an ex hitman wanting some herb and everything going wrong.
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    That's about it, but more will come. Especially now that I started art school. Crits are welcome of course, and I'd like to know if there are signs of improvement? Because lately I've been feeling like I haven't improved at all.
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    You definitely improved over your last post. Do you use your AIM screen name in your conceptart profile? Sign-on sometime.
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    I messed up on the SN in my profile, but I fixed it.

    These first two are some life drawing sessions. I'm definitely gonna spend some time working on my faces because they're disgusting me..
    Wait the second one is from a photo.
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    Anatomy studies copied from Atlas Of Human Anatomy For the Artist by Stephen Rogers Peck. At the bottom right of both are my attempts to apply it to figures drawn from my imagination. I've got loads of work to do.
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    Keep it up with the studies man, I see you're improving.
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    Thanks man, now we need to see some more work from you.
    Some random face doodles I did.
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    I can see you do alot of stuides/anatomy, which is good, but you also need to do studies on the face ! But the hands have seemed to improved. Keep on postin and ill be back.
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    I like the hands.
    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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