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    Fleare's Sketchbook

    Hello everyone! o/
    I'm basically using this as a feedback tool. Hoping to improve to a level where I can do professional or freelance work.

    Here's some of the stuff I'm working on now~

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    nice sketchs
    i love the archer

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    Working on some expressions~

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    Nice start of your SB you have here! On the last one you'll have to give some thought to where you want to draw the viewer's attention to the eyes or the teeth. I would loose some of the contrast and detail in places which would be of secondary importance. You can go with a lot less black between her teeth and in her mouth in general. Also if the mouth is in moth is in shadow in general you'll get a lot less detail perceived there.
    Another thing is having the creases around her nose so heavy and contrasty and no precipitable cast shadow of any sort on her teeth from the upper lip makes the entire section of the mouth to appear too flat. Hope that helped, and keep updating!

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    I really like the 2nd last one in the first post Only critique would be that the arm looks a bit out of proportion, but her face is really lovely.

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    phewwww, had a bad day at work D:
    poured all the negative energy from said workday into this sketch =/
    i have no idea what to do with his mouth however... ah well, let me know if you guys have any ideas o/

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    Update on the last pic, sorry for the lack of updates, my computer was dead and i was waiting for my new one to arrive =p

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    just a small update for now, trying to work on skin tones, kinda just had some fun with this. not too successful, but it was fun ^^

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    something I've just had some fun with, making wacky skin tones
    ^^
    makes me happy

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    Just a scene of a woman who goes in search of her long lost lover, and finally find him as he saves her.

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    some stuff I've been working on recently
    First is just a composition/environmental having fun exorcise, probably not going to be acceptable at all, but it's really fun. Then I have some of mine and a friends dnd characters, then I gots a warewulf, and finally a Bouguereau study.

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    Fleare: nice sb your digital paint have a smooth contrast and balance of colours

    keep it up and have fun

    good luck

    Qlotzan

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    great drawings/paintings. love the archer in particular

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    great SB!
    I really like the way you draw - all the strong, powerful strokes and vibrant colors

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    You've got a good grounding there mate. My advice would be use a bigger brush. and i mean a WAY bigger brush. Just to block out the main shapes before you get into smaller details and highlights.

    Keep it up looking good

    "Simon, believe in yourself. Not in the Simon that you believe in, and not in the Simon that I believe in either. Believe in the Simon who believes in you"
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