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    Wow, you have some beautiful, fluid, linework. great stuff
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    Love your master study on #102. Really cool brush stroke exercise. Gonna be your own Sargent here pretty soon. Haha. Thanks a ton for sharing your amazing work.
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    Mr.Scribbles: Thanks a lot man, its definitely appreciated

    The_Flying_Dutchman: Thanks!!

    lolbbq: Thank you so much!

    Alright, another update today, more of the same...Sargent Master Study (still hate painting in color, but it's getting a bit easier to notice hue changes now) and sketchy value study, followed by some sketches of classmates during a boring lecture and more figure doodles (there's a re-used pose in there!)...I need to draw more props and clothing and stuff...gotta good goal for tomorrow!

    Thanks for looking!
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    Nice man. I just love the looseness of your lines on all these figures. My only suggestion--DRAW MORE GIRLS! Yeah, and for the guys you can try changing the body types more too seeing as you have this one down pretty well.
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    Nice work dude, I like the latest color Sargent study. Good motivation your providing here, keep drawing!!
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    LOVE THE LINES! great stuff man! keep it up!
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    Hahaha: Kamehameha. Great.

    I love your line economy! And your characterization is wonderful

    Where are you getting your references, if you don't mind my asking?
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    kiwigarbage: haha thanks, I thought it was a pretty good joke And thank you about the other compliments, I wanna add to my characterization soon by drawing props and other stuff, when I get around to it. As for ref, I use it for some of my figures, for instance the jumping guy on the last post was from a pic of a friend i took, but I try to exercise my mind by adding the other limbs from memory. Hope that helped!

    NickyBeats: Thanks a lot man, much appreciated!!

    Jasper_: Thanks a lot man, you too!!

    Andrew Sonea: Thanks, and thanks for the crit, I need to do those things more!

    Alright, short update today, I got a big class project to work on. First is a sketchbook page from mind, then another Sargent study, which I think came out well, and finally a short class project where we had to copy an artist's style and do still life stuff (so i went with Phil Hale).

    Got mad work to do!!

    Thanks for looking!!
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    Beautiful work man.. damn, really digging the loose lines in your quick figure sketches, and those studies are awesome! ... I want that textured canvas brush

    keep it up! I'll be back for moar!

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    Ah shit just looked some more.. your stuff is awesome ! you make want to get back into drawing badly.. really really badly. Thanks.

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    hey

    1st time here, pretty nice works
    really enjoing the #97 post
    keep posting!

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    OhgodIcan'tstopstaringatyourstuff.

    That last one especially is really strong. I don't see too much Phil Hale in it unfortunately, but it is super good (the hand ). The nose and ear seem a little off, but whatever. I really wanna try this technique of brushing graphite now.
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    Everything here's freaking brilliant. Especially the charcoal stuff is mind blowing. This one is my favorite so far. You definitely deserve your five stars. One from me too.
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