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    I love your originality, your sketches, and your digital paintings are getting even better. It shows on the last one, especially around his face. Interesting

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    bleo : thanks a lot dude! i ve been going into the digital stuff since a little time ago...i try to learn...it is funny

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    new one! no refed as always...

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    Good sense of tone and composition, and a sensitive touch to rendering, which is great.
    I think you need to do more human studies and work from references, too, not just from imagination. There are some anatomy, construction mistakes, your faces are a bit too uncertain and wavy.

    Great work and I hope you keep at it.

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    you are right about the construction of figures i must study tons and i will thank for your advices and directions

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    damn scanner...it is getting worse ....anyway these couples are my new anatomy studies...i need more darkeerrrr

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    I love your digital stuff,the attention to detail and colour is outstanding!The pencil sketches are very good too,nothing to crit from me!Great job,keep it up!

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    You're coming up with some brilliant stuff! the face on post 39? It's awesome.

    Some of your bodies look a bit bulky though, even the women *ignoring your recent studies which are very good, and handled quite well.

    Keep up the good work!

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    DSmith:thanks you so much
    Naidy:thanks yea my biggest roblem is bulky woman bodies...i've been having some problem about building the bodies, since i remember

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    uçanadam's sketchbook 27/08/10

    some more pencils!

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    nice sketch's , you have good style in drawing

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    Ah, more already? xD
    I like their expressions, which shows not just in their face but their bodies. *Like that woman with the short hair, for instance*
    You have alot of talent, lad.
    Just keep pushing the boundaries and getting to know what you're drawing.

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