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    amazing sketchbook. You inspire me to start using colours again. Love your artwork.
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    i like that you painted random those random still lives with the tape and plastic surfaces playing with reflection, you should do more of those painting from life helps bundles and then you can apply what you learn later to your stuff from imagination ! If I could crit I think your solid with people, it would be nice to see you paint more men and different ages like older people! also try painting images with dramatic lighting or a strong lightsource!
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    a little update

    Hi again, guys and gals. =)

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    amazing sketchbook. You inspire me to start using colours again. Love your artwork.
    thanks a lot! your words are very pleasant to me even because I feel very stiff with colors. Hope one day it'll change. of course you should start using colors again

    viki oh

    i like that you painted random those random still lives with the tape and plastic surfaces playing with reflection, you should do more of those painting from life helps bundles and then you can apply what you learn later to your stuff from imagination ! If I could crit I think your solid with people, it would be nice to see you paint more men and different ages like older people! also try painting images with dramatic lighting or a strong lightsource!
    yeah I know about those still life studies they help a lot but the only problem is that they don't seem very interesting for me. that's why I'm often too lazy to paint them but I definitely will continue.

    and men... yeah men -____- one of my problems but i'm working on them
    thanks a lot for the idea with dramatic lightning and a strong lightsource! I'll try that.

    here're some new works.

    this is that asian girl from older post... at least I've finished that. I think I'll never paint flowers again after that...
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    just a little sketch I did in 20 mins or so, tried to achieve "soft" effect like on Wakkawa's paintings.
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    and this... I've just found this on my HDD
    I did that in November 2010 just for fun and I've completely forgotten about it. Maybe I'll finish this sketch... one day. When I find appropriate color scheme.
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    You've put a load of interesting stuff up since I last checked - absalutely love the albinos.
    Keep up the good work!
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    Naidy: thanks a lot! ^__^ the albinos piece is not finished yet but I hope I'll finish it in a couple of months. I have a lot of free time now so I can draw.



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    Today I started a painting of a mermaid, trying to change the style... use more vibrant colors and more cartoonish look. There's a lot of work on that piece but I'm asking for some critique, maybe someone can tell me what I should change. =)

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    this is how does the work with albinos look like now. I feel that I must change something (the girl's arm for example) but I dunno what.

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    here's some new stuff I did today.

    though I drew a girl with a pig a few days ago.
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    some 2 minutes gesture sketches I did today using this gesture tool
    BTW it helps a lot. I'm going to do such sketches every day, 10 sketches take only 20 minutes but it really helps your improvement.
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    I absolutely love your character designs and color work. Everything in this sketch book is interesting to look at. My favorite is definitely the albinos, a simple red and white color scheme there looks brilliant and vibrant in it's own way. I hope I can do work half this good someday .
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    I absolutely love your character designs and color work. Everything in this sketch book is interesting to look at. My favorite is definitely the albinos, a simple red and white color scheme there looks brilliant and vibrant in it's own way. I hope I can do work half this good someday .
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    hey dawg, don't say you suck. I really love your style.
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    youre very good with pencil and painting. keep it up!
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    my subconscious does not stop begging my conscious to draw.
    hmm does that mean im a slave to my subconscious?
    at least it doesnt beg for crack. ha.
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    Very nice, please make more realistic female painting. It's awesome
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    Hi Bdawg: you ask for critics, but your work is so good! Great characters, lovely style!
    Keep it up
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