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    life drawing dump

    richart:glad you like it

    dierat: Yeah, sometimes i feel like a stalker aswell, just try not to get caught and you'll be ok. most of the time i draw people from behind so theyll never see you.

    BenjaminL: Moleskine is pretty good paper in a nice cover. The paper is good for rendering, mind that you should never press hard on the paper, then its absolutely worthless. Only use soft strokes and if you want to go dark just build up alot of soft strokes. you have to have patience I dont like moleskine paper super much btw.

    Klaus Reinbach III:thanks klaus

    tjozero: Hey tj!!! thanks man, Nice that you're drawing so much lately man, but i already told you. Start your new sketchbook, im curious about your drawings. Im pretty happy with the cow aswell

    Nartano:Thanks mang

    Obstbrand:thank you
    m0uS3r: thanks for stopping by again man you've gotten so much better since i last saw your work, just keep on it.

    Vloth: thanks, it was a masterclass about drawing creatures actually, they teached to start with loose abstract doodles and then make a creature out of it. very fun indeeeed

    aks9: thanks! perspective isnt difficult to understand. You just need to practice alot to get it into your system, so you dont have to think about it that much.

    This is some stuff from the life drawing masterclass

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    Wow nice! I didn't get the e-mail about the update from your last thread, so I was still checking your old thread for updates hihi but now I found it! :-)
    Really great sketches, nice points of view too, I'd say that you could work on your fluidity of lines, but you seem to do that already in the moleskine book.

    See you soon!
    Marleen.

    P.S. I have a new sketchbook too! I changed the link in my signature.
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    I am drooling on my keyboard.... I can't wait for more work )))
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    update

    Blueberry: thanks man!
    NoŽ: hehe, funny, thats what the guys at the workshop also told me, that i should work on more fluidity in lines. Ill check your sb soon. see ya soon!

    Here's a big ass update of some fun stuff, nothing serious just enjoying and relaxing. Also, this time i wanted to do something different. Im going to show some of my recent notes i take at the faculty. some crazy doodling going on there, i hope you enjoy. Im doing a minor called house of the future at the moment which is very cool

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    Hiya! I really like the way you take notes in class! Nice fun stuff
    Just a quick thing for the panorama's: in Photoshop you can use File -> Automate -> Photomerge, and then load the pictures you want to use, Photoshop puts them together for you.. Saves lots of time!
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    Cool SB! Some of the scribbles remind me of the design thinking imaging process of Dan Roam (the consultant who wrote "Back of the napkin" and the 2nd part , a workbook): http://www.thebackofthenapkin.com/

    To sad I couldn't understand your language and your personal "napkin sketches". Keep on posting this school stuff, please!
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    awesome doodles hey! I wish I could understand whatthe scribbles are all about
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    Awesome work! I love your pen and marker sketches
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    NoŽ:hey marleen, thanks! i already tried the automate function but ps wouldnt make a nice panorama so i had to do it the old fashioned way ;P
    surus: thanks for noting that book. `I checked it out a bit and it resembles the work i do for a company called 'jam'. Google "jam visueel denken" and you will find out what they do. It resembles the back of a napkin a bit.
    Blueberry: thanks! its about school stuff. a bit is about designing a chair and the other is analyzing and redesign a house of the future (casa das canoas)
    Holland: thanks

    I felt like doing a concept art piece.

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    i've done a crazy amount of drawing lately but unfortunately most of the stuff is professional so i cant show. I did also some drawings for the school projects, maybe ill post them later. And recently ive done some car studies, really like to get deeper into that kind of drawing. very difficult to get good at car designs.

    Here is a piece i did as a birthdaypresent for a friend of mine. hope you guys enjoy aswell

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    that last illustration's very charming.
    keep em coming!
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    Damn, this entire sketchbook is so f+cking inspiring! Your perspective sketches are really impressive as well.. And well. everything looks great!

    (Naar welke school ga je precies? )
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    Think that I'll actually subscribe to this one.
    Where do you study btw?
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