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    Quikeeeeee !!! Moar? heeheh keep up mate i remember the lovely drawings i saw in your sb

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    Hey, look, updates!!!

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    They keep coming!!!

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    Last edited by Quike Garcia; July 22nd, 2013 at 10:27 AM.
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    And these are the Post Workshop ones

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    You´re doing great!
    Keep posting!

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    Hey cool sketchbook!

    I like what you're doing with your figures and looking through your stuff is making me envious. You're way ahead of me and a lot more dedicated, lol.

    Good luck with everything and keep going. Like Black Sun said, you're doing great!

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    great sketches man !

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    great to see you keep pushing on the anatomy studies and working on the characters more!
    I think quantity vs quality is very good for quick studies but you will get better at the characters by sticking longer to each one i think- and make sure you keep your studies a bit varied too- go go go Quike!!

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    I agree with Gnoll, do a few polished pieces to mix it up a bit.

    I find that when I just do quick figure studies, I don't really think about what I'm drawing, just lines and shit, but when I work on a more polished piece I start to understand what I'm drawing. Obviously because I've been staring at if for hours.

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    You've got some nice perspective going on in some of them. Try to push them more with a twist - if you dare.

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    Thats it mate keep it up !!! Its always cool to see line drawings , its difficult but rewarding to be good at it. For me masses are more comfortable than lines. Keep up the good work
    If there is anything to suggest, is to study wireframe[greyscale] low polygon and high polygon 3d models, they contain all the necessary info

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    why don't you show us what you rally can
    the skethes are good and already talks for theresleves but i can only imagine colors and backrounds.
    i think you can do great images....

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    More please! You have to do more. You're so good.

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