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    Some epic creatures you've got there.)


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    Well, the lizardman is done. Next I'm gonna work on a drawing for a friend and then I gotta start my studies up again.

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    Nice, man! On the lizard dude I think it has quite a narrow value range. Adding some darker darks and lighter lights would make it feel more three dimensional I think. Anyways, great work!

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    alexson thanks homeboy, I'll be sure to try that next time

    So I haven't posted in awhile. I've become suddenly intrigued with writing. But, heres some studies and doodles for now

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    So, I've been wondering lately if I am good enough or not to start looking for work or not. I don't want to go working for someone with confidence and then get insulted if I screw up or something. If someone could please give me some insight on this I'd really appreciate it.


    WIP of a steel scorpion monster

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    Finished the scorpion. I'd really appreciate it if someone could answer my question in my last post. I'm seriously lost



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    I would still like an opinion from at least someone whether I'm good
    enough for freelance artwork yet or not. Please, I'd really appreciate it.


    Just a few doodles and studies mixed and an Imp demon thing I drew today.

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    For 16 years old you're doing excellent work; definitely never quit!
    Keep up the imaginative work and try to work from life every day as well. Daily self portraits are a recommended exercise I'd suggest.

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    I started crackin up when I read your new title thread: comment damnit. Well I have felt the same way but you have to update more for people to notice and you have to post in other people's sketchbook more. As far as your question on can you get commission jobs yet, well you have a unique style so why don't you just try to find someone who likes it, but when I compare where you are at with where that Miles kid was when he started working I dnt think your there but not far at all. But thats only an opinion and I know you would like to find out from someone whos actually good, but as an observer you can still help other people's art. The updates are really good man. I recomend finding a different pencil because it looks like your graphite is kinda dusty but at the same time I enjoy the look of it. Peace.
    Oh yeah and your creatures are getting really badass!
    "Success is going from failure to failure without a loss of enthusiasum." Cliff Blezenski

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    jeremygordon89 Thanks, will do

    xxPurple Nugxx Thanks man, I appreciate it. I'm going to try my hardest to get as good as Miles. And about my pencil, I'm just using a no. 2 pencil from school so that might be why it looks wierd.

    Just some studies mixed with posemaniacs mixed with a water dragon.

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    Going to try and do this weeks COW. Here's the WIP:

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    Your illustrations have nice details and textures on them. You can take your understanding of creature designs further by drawing studies of each of them in more action poses. Especially if you're gonna base on an existing illustration. Don't stop with one pose, imagine that water dragon roaring or swimming.

    Studies of real animals help too. Draw as much different real animals as you can so you can mix and match them for new designs.

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    gothicspork Thanks for the feedback, and yeah, my friend was actually telling me recently how a lot of my creatures are in the same kind of poses. I'll work on drawing more animals then

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    I like that you use alot of colours in your paintings! Just keep doing what you do and you´re bound to get somewhere. I hope i´ll be at your level in a year! Take a look at my sketchbook if you want.

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    hey whats up man? Theres a good progression being seen here. One thing id try and advise on is learning your construction of things before you dive into rendering. If you know how an object is constructed the rendering will fall into place much faster because you know how it works.
    Keep up the art and keep having fun man
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